Last friday, we met some of the Thesis students + Urban Landscape students outside the A-building to celebrate all the great work that has been done this semester!
We wish you all a beautiful summer!
The SUDes team
For this semester, due to the current covid-19 situation and by the recommendation from the university, the four days of presentations shown in the posters below will be held digitally. If you would like to take part in the presentations you have to pre-register by sending an email to email@example.com, stating your name, which day, and thesis you would like to see. You will get a link to the ZOOM meeting that day.
The individual master’s degree project is viewed as a bridge into professional practice. Students create their own strategies and put all the knowledge from previous semesters into a comprehensive design project in a location and site of their choice.
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We are looking forward to take part of this generation’s thesis projects!
Today we gathered in the winter sun to thank Benjamin for his time at the School of Architecture - we wish him all our best!
Even in these hard times with the COVID-19 Pandemic and on-going climate crisis, we are sticking together, caring about each other, but also determined in developing a Sustainable Urban Design that will make a difference, creating Better cities for a Better Life for everyone.
For the first time, the Urban Landscape course has a design site in Reykjavik, Iceland. We will be working in close contact with the Reyjavik Municipality, as well as sharing knowledge with the Amsterdam University of Arts (Academy of Architecture) and the Boston Architectural collage, whose student’s will be working on the same site. The students will be tasked with understanding the landscape components as a point of departure and main drivers in a project and as a resource for a regional perspective.