Join us at the transFORMING FUTURE cities – IAAC Exhibition that collects the research developed this year at IAAC and goes beyond the boundaries of architecture and design when undertaking the challenges that are shaping our future habitats.
Since 2000 the Master’s in Advanced Architecture runs an international lecture program in which architects and experts from a variety of different disciplines present their work at IaaC. The lectures are open to the public, consisting in a high quality cultural activity open to the city of Barcelona.
Some of the Guest Lecturers for Lecture Series of the previous 2 years are: Shigeru Ban, Richard Blythe, Stefano Boeri, Mark Burry, Peter Cook, Hernan Diaz Alonso, Peter Eisenman, Yona Friedman, Bjarke Ingels, Matthias Kohler, Anupama Kundoo, Winy Maas, Thom Mayne, Farshid Moussavi, Nicholas Negroponte, John Palmesino, Gunter Pauli, Dave Pigram & Iain Maxwell (Supermanoevre), Mette Ramsgaard Thompsen, Carlo Ratti, Michel Rojkind, Enric Ruiz-Geli, Bob Sheil, Peter Trummer, Bernard Tschumi, Ben Van Berkel, Mike Weinstoch
Aquest simpòsium té lloc en el marc de Barcelona i la seva àrea metropolitana com a Ciutat Europea del Bosc 2022.
Florencia Rodriguez is an Argentinian architect and cultural producer currently based in Brookline, MA.
The Afrikan Symposium is aimed at providing a platform for young architects and designers to showcase their work alongside experts in their field.
Neil Leach is a Professor at FIU, Tongji University and EGS. He has also taught at other leading institutions, including the AA, IaaC, DIA, Columbia GSAPP, Cornell, Harvard GSD and SCI-Arc.
El próximo Jueves 12 de Mayo únete a la Sesión 13 de Redes | Palabras Cruzadas en Iberoamérica! En esta ocasión el título de la sesión será: “Diseñando ciudades para niños”, por nuestro invitado Carlos Leite.
Nick Shepherd is a researcher and writer based at Aarhus University in Denmark, and at the University of Pretoria in South Africa.
Buildings result from spatially fixing materials, energy, labor, and capital flows from local and distant sources. Their construction typically entails the transformation of other landscapes elsewhere, large emissions, and destructive footprints.
Can a pencil sketch be substituted by Artificial Intelligence (AI) design processes? And ultimately; Can architecture with aesthetic values emerge through merely digital workflows?
Nader Tehrani is the recipient of the 2020 Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize from The American Academy of Arts and Letters, the highest form of recognition of artistic merit in The United States.