architecture design

Two-year Graduate programme

Two-year Graduate programme

Director

Antonella Gallo

 

Class Degree

LM-4 Architettura e ingegneria edile – Architettura

 

Department

Department of Architecture and Arts

 

Class venue

Dorsoduro 2196, Cotonificio veneziano

 

Student office

Santa Croce 601, Campo della Lana

 

Contacts

segreteria.corsidistudio@iuav.it

 

 

The main objective of the programme is to develop a new type of designer able to tackle the cardinal issues of today, and answer the demands of an ever-changing professional world

The main objective of the programme is to develop a new type of designer able to tackle the cardinal issues of today, and answer the demands of an ever-changing professional world. It aims at forming an architect able to conceive technical and cultural interventions that speak to the global/local world, and someone who is able to develop a diverse version of modernity, aimed at preventing and avoiding the devastation and destruction of the environment. The programme is defined by themed design Ateliers that see the simultaneous inclusion of several disciplines aimed at establishing responsible architecture design. The Ateliers are organised into semesters and are focused on developing specific issues of contemporary architecture: City and Landscape, Environmental Sustainability, and Heritage.

 

Professional profile

Graduates from the Degree Programme in Architecture Design will be qualified to perform any activity as a freelance architect in Europe, and hold positions of high responsibility in public and private institutions and bodies (national and European institutions, public and private bodies and companies, professional studios and design companies, public and private research facilities) operating in the field of construction and transformation of cities and landscapes. In order to work as freelancer on a self-employed basis, graduates must take a Professional Licensing Examination. Upon passing, they may enrol in the professional register of Architects, Planners, Landscape Designers, and Curators/Section A. Graduates will then be qualified to work in the following regulated professions: architect, professional agronomist and forester, landscape designer, and regional planner.