OCT 2018 - FINISHING THE CONSTRUCTION FOR SINGLE HOUSE IN BARBERA |
OCT 2018 - NEW PROJECT / APARTMENT BUILDING IN BCN |
JUN 2018 - HOUSE IN HORTA / WORK FINISHED |
BAC - Barcelona | CLEMSON UNIVERSITY +TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
DESIGN STUDIO BAC - Barcelona | CLEMSON UNIVERSITY +TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
DESIGN STUDIO / PROJECTES V
DESIGN STUDIO / PROJECTES V ESARQ-UIC, BARCELONA
LANDSCAPE AND URBAN DESIGN STUDIO
LANDSCAPE AND URBAN DESIGN STUDIO AHO, Oslo
DESIGN STUDIO INDIA
The course is conceived as a research laboratory into the field of architecture in the context of international cooperation. It aims to provide students with the tools and knowledge needed to work in this area, to create a space for reflection on social aspects, to generate social commitment and to channel the energy and work on projects that positively affect the development needs of social groups.
To develop the course we collaborate with one of the most recognized NGO in our country, the Vicente Ferrer Foundation (RDT), this NGO focuses its efforts in eradicating poverty in one of the most poor areas of India, the Anantapur district.
MASTER INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION SUSTAINABLE EMERGENCY ARCHITECTURE
The purpose of the Masters Degree is to prepare architects and professionals to deal with post-catastrophe situations or rapid urbanization growth processes and develop urban planning, housing and emergency construction projects.
The programme will train experts to provide solutions to large-scale problems generated by massive and sudden change, professionals who can study and conduct research on materials, city planning, economics, environmental and social aspects, all based on principles of sustainability.
This Masters Programme forms part of the Erasmus Mundus European cooperation programme, which is considered to be one of the most prestigious programmes in the world.
Carmen Mendoza, Sandra Bestraten
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COURSE 2012-13 :
MASTER INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION SUSTAINABLE EMERGENCY ARCHITECTURE ESARQ-UIC, BARCELONA
DESIGN STUDIO MASTER HUMAN SETTLEMENTS MaHS MaUSP EMU
KU LEUVEN, BELGIUM
The Department of Architecture, Urbanism and Planning offers two post-graduate programs in human settlements and urbanism: The Master of Human Settlements (MaHS) is a 2-semester degree which addresses rapid urbanization in the developing world and contemporary urban transformation within the scope of sustainable development. The internationally oriented Master of Urbanism and Strategic Planning (MaUSP) is a 4-semester degree whichaddresses the critical understanding of contemporary conditions of cities and urban regions. The MaUSP programme is part of the European Masters in Urbanism (EMU) which is a high-quality, design oriented collaborative program with partner universities UPC Barcelona TU Delft and IUAV Venice. The core of all of the programs is the design studio complemented by compulsory and elective courses.
Ivan LLach, Erik Van Daele
Buno De Meulder
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KORTRIJK | RE-IMAGINING THE CENTER
KORTRIJK | REQUALIFYING THE INFRASTRUCTURES
DESIGN STUDIO MASTER HUMAN SETTLEMENTS MaHS MaUSP EMU KU LEUVEN, BELGIUM
URBAN DESIGN STUDIO HCMUARC
HCMUARC, HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM
The design studio will provide alternative modes for urbanization with a particular focus on the development of new housing typologies and urban fabrics. The future city structure has an opportunity to simultaneously relate to the older water-based infrastructure and the soon-to-come expanded road-based extensions, to integrate hem-structure housing and urban activities and lifestyles and to develop an urbanism that is both specific to the canal area and gives its citizens all the comforts of the 21st century.
B. De Meulder, K. Shannon, I. LLach & R. Colacios
University of Architecture, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Urban Tissue Studio
Urban Tissue Studio | Public Facilities and Infrastructure Studio
URBAN DESIGN STUDIO HCMUARC HCMUARC, HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM
Since 1998, the year the School of Architecture at the International University of Catalonia was founded, the Vertical Workshop is done, which is always an important and identifying event of the spirit of ESARQ.
The workshop consists of about one week, to be realized during the first week of the course, in which all the students from 2nd year to the 5th year mix in teams to perform a quick exercise.
This year the workshop aimed to design and build prototypes of Housing 1:2 scale for refugee camps, as well as the preparation of their own construction manual.
Raquel Colacios & Ivan LLach
Board of ESARQ
REIG CAPITAL GROUP
VERTICAL WORKSHOP ESARQ-UIC, Barcelona
The starting point of the course is to detect the social conflicts that affect a neighborhood community, to analyze the social dimension of the place. To investigate the problems affecting the people, hear their opinion versus political decisions and be able to draw conclusions.
Rethinking the city as an area of social integration in a society to become more humane and balanced, a city for everyone.
Citizen participation is one of the points on which we believe as a foundation point for a city for everyone.
Ivan Llach, Raquel Colacios
Vall d'Hebron Studio
Happening in Barcelona
Action and Mapping in Sant Cosme
STRATEGIC INTERVENTIONS ESARQ-UIC, BARCELONA
MULTIRAMBLES - RESEARCH PROJECT
In Barcelona the extreme centralization of services to tourists has created a perception of tourism threatening the quality of life and politics of the town. La Rambla is, probably, the most representative icon of the conflict and public spaces with potential for multiple claims.
MultiRambles presents hypothesis and opportunities for a city like Barcelona that needs to reconsider jointly its main economic competitiveness and the quality and consistency of its urban model.
MANUEL GAUSA, LUIS FALCON, SILVIA BANCHINI
IVAN LLACH, RAQUEL COLACIOS, G. FERNANDEZ, P. CAPUANO, I. ALVAREZ, A. CAPAI
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MULTIRAMBLES DHUB BARCELONA
MULTIRAMBLES - RESEARCH PROJECT BARCELONA
HIPERCATALUNYA - RESEARCH PROJECT
The Hipercatalunya project defines an operation of analysis, research and regional survey that answers, ultimately, to a shared commitment in innovation in various fields of knowledge, to the creation of contemporary public action. Its expression reflects, in effect, a significant degree of ideological positioning linked to a certain spirit of possible relay in the references, tones and sensibilities that have preceded the last decades.
M. GAUSA, V. GUALLART, W. MULLER,
Ivan Llach, Raquel Colacios, M. Puig, M. Moragues, N. Solsona, A. Salva, M. Guasch, G. Augé, A. Vergés, C. Profitos, E. Rovira