One-week workshops offer participants a place to further develop the acquired knowledge during the year. During that week, there is a change of pace in which they take a break from the other specialties and intensify their work in the workshops to make the best out of it.
The topic and approach for every workshop is different and the methodology used by the invited architect is also meant to vary in order to give the participant a wide range of cases to learn from.
Each workshop leader is matched with a young local architect, who acts as teaching assistant.
Each workshop consists of 25 teaching hours (7x 2.5 ECTS), although exceptions may occur. However, workshop leaders usually take their task as a full-day activity and invest more time than expected.
|workshop leader||Alison Brooks|
|workshop assistant||Alejandro de Miguel|
|topic||"Torres de Colón: The Post-Pandemic Tower as Re-usable Urban Ecosystem"|