for the FUTURE
Students will explore the potential to learn from the past, together with present technologies and practice, in order to design healthier cities for the future; and to retro-fit today's urban spaces to cater for new sudden challenges and emerging stresses across the range of environmental, social and economic contexts. A key emphasis will be a focus on Venice, exploring how artists, architects, urban developers and denizens have responded to regenerate the built environment, and everyday urban living.
- Undergraduates from a range of disciplines
- Master and PhD students
- People with a professional interest
Food and Urbanism
Soft mobility / active travel
Morphology of sustainable cities
Energy / Carbon in construction
- Classes and tuition
- Visiting professors, professional guides and experts
- Peer-to-peer learning, presentations, sharing, critiques
- Working and networking alongside international participants
- Entry to museums and exhibitions that are relevant to the course content
- Site visits that are relevant to the course content
- Downloadable resource library of academic papers, articles and books
- Course materials, notebooks, maps, pens etc.
- Personalised graduation certificate
- A list of recommended hotels and restaurants.
- NB. Not included in course fees: flights, accommodation and food