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<ul><li><p>The Architecture &amp; Public Building MSc. 1 studio explores architecture as constructed memories in urban configurations toward innovative, experimental architectural design. The studio consists of 3 city-groups with 3 different approaches and trajectories. Each group in its respective city focuses on uncovering invisible dimensions beyond the ordinary with special attention to the contemporary position of architecture as the primary form-giver of memory and culture.The constructed memories architecture embodies do not remain singular, static and coherent, but respond to the changing ideals and needs at hand. In the process, certain memories endure the tests of time and events, remain conscious, and influence subsequent generations. Others become anonymous and disappear from consciousness. The studio focuses on architectural and urban sites of other spatial conditions that have been overlooked within the contemporary architectural discourse. </p><p>In the exploration of otherness, the studio investigates what characterizes contemporary architecture and urban conditions with special emphasis on the city as culture. The studio adopts a broad perspective of architectural design in a collaborative teaching framework that emphasizes process-oriented design. This approach underscores the importance of projecting design process into tectonic, spatial and semiotic constructs. We regard such an approach crucial to the development of an architectural work today. The cities for the studio groups will be announced shortly before the enrollment period starts. Each enrolled student will be free to choose the city-group of his/her preference.</p><p>Related CoursesAR1AP030 Architectural StudiesAR1AP040 Architectural Reflections</p><p>TutorsAlper AlkanSien van DamNiklaas DeboutteMicha De HaasFilip GeertsStefano MilaniSang LeeOscar RommensMarc Schoonderbeek</p><p>Code AR1AP011Credits 12 ECTSLocations TBAExcursion YesCosts 400~600</p><p>Architecture &amp; Public BuildingMSc 1 Architectural Design Studio Constructed Memories</p><p>Fall </p><p>Sem</p><p>este</p><p>r 201</p><p>7</p></li><li><p>TutorsAlper AlkanSien van DamNiklaas DeboutteMicha De HaasFilip GeertsStefano MilaniSang LeeOscar RommensMarc Schoonderbeek</p><p>Code AR3AP131Credits 15 ECTSLocations TBAExcursion YesCosts 400~600</p><p>The Architecture &amp; Public Building MSc. 3 graduation project studio explores architecture as constructed memories in urban configurations toward innovative, experimental architectural design. The studio consists of 3 city-groups with 3 different approaches and trajectories. Each group in its respective city focuses on uncovering invisible dimensions beyond the ordinary with special attention to the contemporary position of architecture as the primary form-giver of memory and culture.The constructed memories architecture embodies do not remain singular, static and coherent, but respond to the changing ideals and needs at hand. In the process, certain memories endure the tests of time and events, remain conscious, and influence subsequent generations. Others become anonymous and disappear from consciousness. The studio focuses on architectural and urban sites of other spatial conditions that have been overlooked within the </p><p>contemporary architectural discourse. In the exploration of otherness, the studio investigates what characterizes contemporary architecture and urban conditions with special emphasis on the city as culture. The studio adopts a broad perspective of architectural design in a collaborative teaching framework that emphasizes process-oriented design. This approach underscores the importance of projecting design process into tectonic, spatial and semiotic constructs. We regard such an approach crucial to the development of an architectural work today. The cities for the studio groups will be announced shortly before the enrollment period starts. Each enrolled student will be free to choose the city-group of his/her preference.</p><p>Related CoursesAR3AP010 Seminar Research MethodsAR3AP030 Tutorial Research Methods AR4AP100 Graduation Studio (Spring)</p><p>Architecture &amp; Public BuildingMSc 3/4 Graduation Project Studio Constructed Memories</p><p>Fall </p><p>Sem</p><p>este</p><p>r 201</p><p>7</p></li></ul>