Course in Urban Planning in Spain

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Urban Planning

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An urban planning program can be an excellent way for students to learn all about the management of a city’s growth. It might include a wide variety of subjects ranging from zoning ordinances to economic development along with public policy, civil engineering, and funding requirements.

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Educational program: Open Thesis Fabrication

Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC)
Campus Full time 16 weeks September 2017 Spain Barcelona

This program is for students and professionals who are interested in developing a specific research agenda in the field of digital design and fabrication, in an experimental environment that provides the spatial and technological means to execute it. [+]

Educational program: Open Thesis Fabrication

 

In design, architecture and many other disciplines, Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) fabrication equipment has given designers unprecedented means for executing formally challenging projects directly from the computer. By surpassing the limitations imposed by manufacturing systems based on standardization, the impact of these technologies has fundamentally challenged the paradigm of production, thus opening a wide field of research and experimentation practices and unimaginable design opportunities.In this new context, IAAC has been a leading academic institution  by incorporating these technologies as part of its research agenda and work environment with a Fab-Lab that is equipped with several large scale CNC machines (laser cutters, CNC Milling Machines, 3D printers, etc) and spaces for prototyping in a large industrial warehouse setting. Since its creation, IAAC’s potential for fabrication experiments has been largely explored, yet it was fully demonstrated with the development of the world-acknowledged 1:1 prototype of the Solar House (Solar Decathlon, 2010), which was entirely produced within its own facilities.With the intention to continue this agenda, in 2010 IAAC launched a 16-week intensive research program for individual participants called OPEN THESIS FABRICATION (OTF).... [-]