IE University, in collaboration with All Things Urban, would like to invite you to our "Cities and Jobs Series". A series of webinars are being hosted by the two organizations, for the launch of IE’s new Bachelor program in Urban Studies (for which applications are now open). The multidisciplinary program examines urban issues in a holistic way to prepare the future generation of urbanists to tackle the pressing challenges of our cities.
Cities only occupy 2% of the planet’s surface, but they accommodate more than 50% of thepopulation. They consume 75% of global energy, produce 80% of global CO2 emissions, and generate more than 80% of the global GDP today.These numbers put cities at the center of any discussion about global warming, urbanization, progress, and social issues.
The three online webinars will tackle conversations from “Urban Artificial Intelligence: how can we urbanise technology?” to “Urban Green Infrastructure: How can nature save cities” and “Urban social inequalities: How can cities include people?”
The NextGen International Taskforce is a collaboration between IE School of Architecture & Design and CPA NextGen, bringing together international talent to exchange ideas on the real-estate industry and built environment. This group of NextGen professionals typically gathers on a bi-monthly basis to address topics such as sustainability, inclusivity, technology, cities and wellbeing.
These conversations look at the future of cities and how to build a better future for people and businesses. In this edition, held on January 25th, 2022, a group of 12 professionals came together to discuss the topic of sustainable mobility, also touching on the future of remote work and its impact on housing.
The NextGen International Taskforce is a collaboration between IE School of Architecture & Design and CPA NextGen, acting as a forum to exchange international talent and learn from discussions on the real estate industry and the built-environment. The group of NextGen professionals, which includes IE University alumni, meets bimonthly to discuss issues such as sustainability, inclusivity, technology, cities and wellbeing.
Today’s rapidly changing world calls for entrepreneurs who question the status quo and are able to leverage people, resources, and processes to produce dynamic solutions. As spatial design activities and the global construction industry experience unprecedented transformation, there are endless opportunities for those with the courage to stand up and take them.
Architects and Designers: Have you ever asked yourself how to win more work, how to leave behind unprofitable, ineffective marketing methods, how to level up your design firm, and to say yes to more fulfilling work...?
If so, sign up now to our free three online sessions of our Business of Design series and hear firsthand from Archmark, ING Media and MVRDV their tips to enable architects and designers to become better managers, business developers, and entrepreneurs.
ArchDaily and IE School of Architecture and Design invite you to unfold the strategic interior design process by solving a challenge for a real client in a real case in a real-time session. The online workshop will take place on June 10 at 5 PM CEST.
There is much discussion about the role of technology in our future, and it is without a doubt an important driver. However, our very human aspects: Creativity, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Negotiation, Emotional Intelligence, Judgement and Cognitive Flexibility, are some of the most important skills that will be required in all future jobs, according to the World Economic Forum.
The purpose of the IE School of Architecture and Design Spaces for Creativity competition is to design a nursery that boosts creativity. Develop a proposal that focuses on encouraging a child’s creativity, uniqueness and personality. Create a sense of place that fosters belonging, fun, and responsiveness to all the stakeholders.
Gerald Babel-Sutter, CEO and Founder at Urban Future Global Conference, Europe's largest event for sustainable cities, will share the story of the Urban Future Global Conference: How it evolved from a local mobility workshop planned for the city of Graz in 2014 to be the meeting place for CityChangers across Europe and beyond, with almost 3000 participants gathering in Oslo in 2019.
Our post-pandemic world today needs interior designers and design thinkers more than ever. By spending more and more time in interior spaces, we are witnessing the direct connection between our environments and well being.
IE School of Architecture and Design and ArchDaily, would like to invite you to join this outstanding online masterclassby Elvira Muñoz, Academic Director of the Master in Strategic Design of Spaces and Principal of Interior Design for EMEA at AECOM, where she will will explain why businesses have had to shift more rapidly than ever to adapt to a new world of work.
To celebrate the projects that have impacted our daily lives positively, the university showcased these buildings on their social media platforms and asked renowned architects and program directors on the importance of maintaining a sense of community and what makes buildings our good neighbors. The school hosted its dean Martha Thorne and award-winning international architect Jeanne Gang during a live interview on Instagram to discuss the evolution of the field of architecture after this year’s new set of living conditions.
The new Global Master in Real Estate Development program is designed for professionals with backgrounds in various fields, from finance or economics to architecture, and from engineering to law. The aim of this degree is for students to explore the relationship between real estate development, investment and city infrastructure from a wholly global perspective. The program is based on the principles of sustainability, digital innovation and real estate technology transformation.
IE School of Architecture and Design and ArchDaily would like to invite you to join this outstanding online masterclass by Caroline Cole where she will explore the importance of setting out a viable business proposition for architects and designers.