Last week we had the pleasure of hosting Wolf D.Prix, Coop Himmelb(l)au, for the Closing Lecture of this year’s IAAC Lecture series 2015/16. After the welcome words of IAAC Academic Director Areti Markopoulou, the SCI-Arc Director Hernán Díaz Alonso introduced to a full-house audience Prof. Wolf D. Prix and his lecture The Himmelb(l)au Project.
The living legend of architecture, Yona Friedman, gave an online Global Lecture to our Global Summer School students. In it, he reviewed his long and…
IAAC Global Summer School Kick-off Yesterday we had the kick-off of the IAAC Global Summer School, the biggest summer program in the world, with 110 students divided in six locations around the globe.
How can we design and plan receptive and reactive spaces? What is the future for our design tools and planning processes, as well as the educational models surrounding urban sciences? Share your thoughts on the topic until July 15.
IaaC is happy to announce that a new edition of IaaC Bits have just been released. Check this collective container of knowledge that stimulates, promotes and develops research in the diverse areas of advanced architecture through a multi-disciplinary approach on both a local and global scale.
Technologies have opened new horizons of research. Carlo Ratti addressed this issue from a critical point of view, through projects by the Senseable City Laboratory during his stay in the IAAC.
The New Interfaces Seminar introduced the students of the Master in Advanced Architecture to all of the major players in software and hardware development and highlighted the benefits of choosing a platform to work with.
HSE Graduate School of Urbanism and the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia are launching a joint project the V.D.N.H. Laboratory of the Future workshop, resulting in works to be presented inside the Russian Pavilion during the 15th Architecture Venice Biennale, curated by the Chief Architect of Moscow Sergey Kuznetsov.