Logics of Evolution for the Contemporary Contexts

Logics of Evolution for the Contemporary Contexts

A collection of installments compiling the works of the students of the Master in Integrated Architectural Design during the academic year 2020/21. The course is organized in 5 logics: environmental, social, digital, tectonic and cultural through which the students explore how architectural design can adapt to the context in which they operate. This collection of installments compiles the works of the students of the Master in Integrated Architectural Design during the academic year 2020/21. The program objectives are to promote innovative architectural design integrated with the wide range of skills on technical and cultural knowledge that contemporary architecture demands. The course is organized in 5 logics: environmental, social, digital, tectonic and cultural through which the students explore how architectural design can adapt to the context in which they operate. Their systems of methods and principles are expanded to face challenges such as climate change, technological disruptions, economic and geopolitical collapses, and demographic movements, among other major global changes. With Contributions of Kiel Moe, Interboro, Ciro Najle, bosch.capdeferro, Marina Otero, T.J. Demos, Ferran Vizoso, Javier García-Germán, Alex Ivancic, Pau Bajet, María Langarita, Carles Baiges, Cristina Gamboa, Anna Font, Edouard Cabay, David Tàpies, Francisco Cifuentes, Arturo Franco, Ivan Blasi, Ricardo Devesa, Irma Arribas, Roger Paez, Pedro García, Sultan Ahmed, Asmita Banyal, Marta Bugés, Luis de Felipe, Dima Fadel, Arina Semenova, Domenica García and Halwest Mustafa


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