3rd International Architectural Education Summit
Friday 13th September – Saturday 14th September 2013
New Directions in Architecture Education
DAY 1: 13/09/2013 – PANEL 2: INTERDISCIPLINARY STRATEGIES IN ARCHITECTURE EDUCATION
Qualitative factors, which influence the value of urban environments, become more and more complex. Social, political, economical and environmental demands challenge the architect to rethink traditional strategies of organising and producing architecture and urban space. Therefore architecture education needs to comprise new teaching methodologies, which broaden the understanding of interdisciplinarity in general and prepare the architect for an interdisciplinary design process. This panel aims at discussing values, goals and organisations of current interdisciplinary strategies, both in architecture education and in professional design processes.
– What are the goals and potentials of interdisciplinary strategies?
– How are interdisciplinary strategies organised?
– How do innovative interdisciplinary strategies lead to better architecture and urban environments?
Martha Thorne, Moderator, IAES General Coordinator, IE School of Architecture, Madrid – 00:00:00 – 00:04:53
Hubert Klumpner, Co-Director of Brillembourg & Klumpner Chair of Architecture and Urban Design and Dean of the Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich, Zurich – 00:04:53 – 00:18:02
Elena Agudio, Artistic Director, AoN_Platform for Art and Neuroscience, Berlin – 00:18:02 – 00:31:09
Chris Luebkeman, Director for Global Foresight and Innovation, Arup, London/San Francisco – 00:31:09 – 00:39:10
Javier Quintana, Dean, IE School of Architecture, Madrid – 00:39:10 – 00:47:48
Podium discussion moderated by Martha Thorne – 00:47:48 – 01:52:39