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Presentation of the international master trajectory 'uAD' (Urban Architectural Design) at the Sint-Lucas School of Architecture (campus Brussels, Belgium)

Presentation of the international master trajectory 'uAD' (Urban Architectural Design) at the Sint-Lucas School of Architecture (campus Brussels, Belgium)

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  • 1. Urban Architectural designand Urban CulturesCampus Brussels(int)Master of Architectureinternational program, taught in English
  • 2. Urban Architectural Designand Urban Cultures(campus Brussels)In the field of Architecture and Urban Planning, a global awareness is growing, questioningestablished development and settlement patterns in regard to future societal needs and ensuingplanning strategies and architectural interventions. Whereas until now, Western society could take itsadvantageous position for granted, the current fast-forward global development increasingly strainsthe western and European model, inducing a whole range of urban planning and architecturalchallenges.Facing the consequences of an ageing society and a post-industrial and knowledge-based economy,these developments stand in stark contrast with rapidly developing economies and a still expandingpopulation worldwide. Instigating important and unchartered societal shifts, our conception ofurbanity and the city is fundamentally affected. Traditional urban planning methods and architecturalstrategies might not offer the necessary tools to recognize and address these future challenges andtherefore need to be reconsidered.Within these changing context and transition processes, the International Urban Architectural Designand Urban Cultures Master seeks to research, develop and teach alternative architectural and urbanplanning tools, not so much aimed at reinventing urban landscapes, but as it were to edit the givencondition from within.A critical and coherent attitude towards recent urban phenomena is considered the base for researchand design on different levels. 3
  • 3. men women marketday allNetworks in the canal quarter – by K. Dhaene, H. Sigmarsdottir, E. Bologna
  • 4. David Barrero - Kanal
  • 5. D. Laguia, W. Salach, S. Murai
  • 6. Urban scape beside the brussels canal – by D. Laguia, W. Salach, S. Murai
  • 7. Design studio 2010-2011: Empowering Suburbia, how a student campus can integrate into an existing suburb, student proposal
  • 8. Design studio 2010-2011: Empowering Suburbia, how a student campus can integrate into an existing suburb
  • 9. Design studio 2010-2011: Empowering Suburbia, how a student campus can integrate into an existing suburb
  • 10. Design studio 2010-2011: Empowering Suburbia, how a student campus can integrate into an existing suburb, Klaas Dhaene