CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE - RELEVANCE OF SITE-SPECIFIC APPROACH
DATES: JULY 8 - 20, 2019
About the course
The course focuses on the relevancy of Venice relation to nature in the construction of a project for a lagoon city.
Both territorial and architectural physical materiality and metabolic systems of Venice are confronted simultaneously, to foster new design interpretations and possibilities for the programming and activation of sites in the city.
Who can apply?
- Architecture & Urban planning professionals
- Social Scientists
- No prior experience required
N.B. ECA is a non-credit, non-degree professional program. University students will only get credits if their university has a partnership with ECA.
How to apply?
Our application process is easy. Fill in the form and proceed to the payment page to secure your place. You will receive a confirmation email shortly. That's it!. Only 25 people per group will be accepted.
Booking details and fees:
Application deadline: 3 days before the start date. Groups fill up quickly, the sooner you apply, the better.
Tuition fee: €1650/ two-week program
Housing: available at extra cost
Location: Palazzo Rossini, 4013 Campo Manin, 30124 Venice
- Language: English
Classes start at 10.00 and finish at 17.00. Morning classes take place in historic palazzos located in the center of Venice. Each program includes sessions with curators, artists or architects. You spend afternoons visiting museums, design studios and the Venice Biennale, the most prestigious art and architecture event in the world.
About the School
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