Architectural (De)Schooling in the Age of Quarantine

Architectural (De)Schooling in the Age of Quarantine

These days architecture schools are trying to figure out how to conduct lectures and seminars, studios and crits online. But it is just as well a test of the very foundations of architectural education. Do we need architecture schools? Do we need them to change? Are they capable of change, to prepare to deal with this crisis and the next to come?

This summer MARCH Architecture School invites educators from schools around the world to discuss the past, present and possible future of architectural education. It is a series of online conversations, which will bring together professionals, free to determine the direction of their discussion. They are coming from different countries, schools, generations, bringing their various views, experiences, expectations.

In June and July, a series of online discussions Architectural (De) Schooling in the Age of Quarantine will bring together teachers from ETH Zurich, MIT, Columbia GSAAP, AA, TU Delft, etc. Together, we will try to understand how architectural education should change to adapt to new circumstances.

Updates of the schedule can be monitored on the website launched for the program, as well as on the school's profiles in social networks. There the links to webinars in Zoom and broadcasts on YouTube will be posted.


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Cite: "Architectural (De)Schooling in the Age of Quarantine" 10 Jun 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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