Ultzama Summer School

The Summer School will be held in two parts. Students will work with three professors in developing a single project based on the program set. The idea is to give the students the opportunity to work in a set-up resembling that of a real-life practice tasked with a commission, under the supervision of the professors. Emphasis will be on “with,” rather than on “for,” simulating the intensity and efficiency of team work in an architectural office as well as the journey through the various phases of a project, from design to execution.

Workshop 1
19.06— 02.07.2017
Professors: Francisco Mangado, Carlos Pereda, Ignacio Olite
Workshop 2
Professors: Eduardo Souto de Moura, Camilo Rebelo, João Pedro Serodio
Maximum number of students per workshop: 12
Students: The workshop is thought out for students in their fifth year of their architecture degree program or in the process of completing their thesis projects, but also recent graduates (with less than two years of work experience).
Theme: Humanize the City: The Elderly. Spaces for Living and Working.
Applications: Send to info@arquitecturaysociedad.com a short graphic portfolio (max. 3 A3-size pages) and a letter (1 A4-size page) stating your reasons for seeking admission. The selection of students will be done before June 9th.

Deadline for submitting applications: June 5th, 2017
Location and accommodations: Ultzama Equestrian Center (Spain). Students will work and stay at this facility, surrounded by nature.
Languages: English and Spanish.
Excursions: Students can expect to visit the construction site at least once.
Tuition: The amount payable of 3,000 € includes tuition and bed & board, plus the excursion to the construction site. The Government of Navarre, the Caixa’s Social Work Foundation, and the Fundación Arquitectura y Sociedad itself will be giving grants for part of the tuition amount.
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