|In this semester, we will focus on the relationship between space, movement, and narrative thus mobilizing spatial storytelling.
Urban design strengthens the historical qualities of a community through innovations that respond to change, and ready it for the future.
Urban design often involves the transformation of industrial and infrastructure installations, through renewable urban plans and ecological understanding in design.
Studio participants will understand how a city, as a social, economic and environmental network, can be strengthened through design as a public, enabling and open place, but also as a powerful, selfsustaining entity in harmony with its region and in keeping with its history.
The "one-world-model" accompanies this intention:
every intervention we do at one place has an impact at another place in this world. Projects will engage carefully programmed and designed renewable master plans for a community and its surrounding.