Following the 15th anniversary from the first edition of the Master in Advanced Architecture, the Barcelona based Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) announces that from September 2017 it will be offering a new master program in Advanced Interaction, consolidating its reputation as one of the best centers for international architectural education.
Are you interested in learning and using technology for positive change, by capturing and making sense of environmental factors? If so, we’d love to invite you to the launch of the Making Sense project, Saturday 5th November in the FabLab Barcelona at the IaaC.
Check the latest Advanced Knowledge about architecture and urbanism, developed in collaboration with Vicente Guallart, Andreas Antonopoulos, Alexei Novikov, Anna Pla Catalá, Ronen Kadushin, Open Source Beehives, Juan Diego Ramírez, among many other authors.
The aim of the course is to explore the design opportunities arising from three common digital fabrication process: Laser Cutting, CNC milling and 3D Printing. The exercise of this year has been the design of three lamps result of the student’s exploration of a given material, digital fabrication machines and fabrication strategies
Last Wednesday evening we had the pleasure of hosting Ben van Berkel, founder and principal of UNStudio, for the Opening Lecture of this year’s 2016/17 IAAC Lecture Series. 400 people came, among which the 140 new students from over 40 different countries, representatives of the local architecture community, both professional and academic, and the IAAC faculty and staff