Urban Intervention: People Places and Cultural Contexts
6 Units of Credit6 UOC
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This interdisciplinary studio course supports you in undertaking critical investigations into contemporary urban space and the intersections of public and private space. You will work collaboratively in developing design for urban Interventions that allow rethinking the nature of urban public space and architecture in cities.
Students are encouraged to bring their developing modes of practice, and spatial intelligence to the projects and expand their practice in response to the interaction, intervention and documentation of city spaces. This course will support students from a variety of backgrounds, including design, art, sculpture, sociology and built environment.
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