The Enric Miralles Foundation, in collaboration with the Polytechnic University in Catalunya (UPC), will offer a postgraduate program called Social Urban Regeneration, starting October 8. Students will create a social urban project over the course of 10 weeks specializing in integrated, contemporary, and sustainable urban planning. The project, entitled "2017 Grand Paris Clichy-Montferneil Suburbs of Paris," will look into the question of how new cities should be planned, and how older cities can be renewed and renovated.
The program will be based on Enric Miralles' methods and practices from EMBT, and will feature guest lecturers like Richard Rogers, a British modernist and functionalist architect known for his Centre Georges Pompidou, and Jean Nouvel, a French architect who created the Torre Agbar in Barcelona.
Learn more about the program here.
News via the Enric Miralles Foundation.