3rd IAES, Berlin Day 2 Panel 3



3rd International Architectural Education Summit
Friday 13th September – Saturday 14th September 2013
New Directions in Architecture Education

DAY 2: 09/14/2013- PANEL 3: COLLABORATION BETWEEN ARCHITECTURE EDUCATION AND NON-ACADEMIC PARTNERS
Research and design strategies in architecture education need to oscillate between pure theoretical approaches and different ways of relating them to practice. Today there are numerous examples of how architecture education platforms provide a rich condition to enter the real world. These platforms usually collaborate with municipalities, civil society, governance and industry to share, question and answer actual demands and expectations by young architects and non-academic partners. This panel discusses these described issues by initially investigating specific collaborative strategies and real-life examples in respect to new models comprising educational methods and non-academic processes.
How can architecture education prepare for collaboration with non-academic partners such as governments and industry?

-How can architecture education in itself create a collaborative condition with non-academic partners?

-How can we establish continuous communication to share and evaluate demands and expectations?

-How can architecture education act as an open-source platform, in this respect?

Henk Ovink, Moderator, Senior Advisor to the Secretary, Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Washington DC – 00:00:00 – 00:15:33

Michael Speaks, Dean of the School of Architecture, Syracuse University, Syracuse – 00:15:33 – 00:26:44

Anton Falkeis, Head of Department Social Design, University of Applied Arts, Vienna – 00:26:44 – 00:36:33

Alejandro Restrepo-Montoya, Professor, Faculty of Architecture, Pontificia University Bolivariana, MedellĂ­n – 00:36:33 – 00:43:03

Xu Weiguo, Professor, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, Beijing – 00:43:03 – 00:51:16

Podium discussion moderated by Henk Ovink – 00:51:16 – 01:57:35

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