MaCT and Foster + Partners created a series of proposals on how to bring novel approaches to sustainable living in the micro-district of Lasnamäe, Estonia.
En el segundo Taller de Proyecto del MOeC, se abordó el concepto de vivienda pública como elemento de activación para la economía de una ciudad.
During the Expandable Space Habitats studio, students have been divided in teams, each of which have developed a project: a Lunar base, and an Orbital base.
The MMTD Article “Swedish Symbiosis: 80 Meters of Stacked Forest” by Daniel Ibañez and Maria Cotela Dalmau has recently been featured by the Spanish platform Madera y Construcción.
The MDDI is a distributed learning program focused on the intersection of design, technology, ecosystems and communities to improve interspecies wellbeing.
MDEF Research, Design, and Development Studios that aim to take the student’s research areas of interest and initial project ideas into an advanced concretion point, and execution plan.
El Módulo 1 del MoEC introdujo a los estudiantes una visión más disciplinar de las ciudades desde la perspectiva de la Ecología y el Cambio Climático.
MRAC students spent an intensive week working on autonomous mapping, data acquisition strategies and running drones in the IAAC drone cage area.
The MACT Internet of Cities Studio develops urban projects through a deep understanding of urban theory, a sophisticated application of technology, and innovative design.
This year MAEBB launched the Valldaura Independent Research, a new course to help students with research projects related to Sustainable Design.