Architects like Anne Lacaton, Andrea Deplazes, Alison Brooks, amongst others, share with the participants contemporary ideas and relevant issues which, approached from different backgrounds, result in a wide variety of concepts and solutions.
The thinking flexibility and the mind elasticity that we acquire thanks to a constant question that we are asked is invaluable. The close and direct relationship we have with professional architects makes us aware of our capabilities and constantly motivated.
Reaching the end of the MCH I can say that at this point it has met and exceeded my overall expectations.
Through hard working sessions with colleagues in multiple workshops and seminar classes, we developed broad and in-depth knowledge.
The masters propelled my career and increased my quality of life.
It trained me hard in different contexts with different approaches. In theoretical manners and practical ones.
The important thing about the MCH is not only what happens during its time, but what comes next over the years.
The teachers, education, workshops and attention we received during the Master's program was above and beyond anything I could have expected.
MCH is a really intense post-graduate master in which a lot of concepts and knowledge are compressed and explained in seven months by well-known professionals and trained professors.
The value of Collective Housing lies on its capacity to conform the city, it can be donor of its identity.
The master is indeed a turning point in my professional life as an architect dealing with the issue of city planning and housing.
For me the best part of the master is when you get to interact closer to the architects by visiting their offices, making field trips and actually standing in projects made by them.