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On circular materials and processes - Part 1&2

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Studio in semsester 1 & 2!

Study guide 2020-2021 MARB/MAIB14
International master in architecture – fase1 – sem1
Campus Brussels
Engagement: Craftsmanship/The Brussels Way

MARB/MAIB14 design studio ‘On circular materials and processes – PART 1’
Semester 1
Start week studio on Wednesday starting September 23
Reviews Permanent evaluation, final reviews on December 16 and January 6
Credits 15
Studio tutors: Laurens Bekemans, Catherine Mengé, BC architects & studies

Important!
This studio MARB / MAIB14 together with the subsequent studio MARB / MAIB24 is based on the objectives set within the ADO (Academic design office) project ‘Designing for an uncertain future’.
Students can choose for this studio without necessarily also for the follow-up studio in semester 2 ‘On circular materials and processes-PART 2’. However, it is highly recommended as both studios are seen as one and the program is designed for a complete academic year. Moreover a 2-week workshop on Rammed Earth at the LUMA foundation in Arles will be organized in semester 2. This 2-week workshop is very interesting for all students of this studio, given the opportunity to gain building experience with local circular materials. It can be followed voluntarily or within the elective with the name ‘Participation in an international project’ (5 credits for 2021-2022). A report is expected as a separate output for the elective.
https://onderwijsaanbod.kuleuven.be/syllabi/e/A33984E.htm#activetab=doelstellingen_idm872496

Three consecutive years will deal in depth with specific (circular) building materials.
Academic year 20-21: earth
Academic year 21-22: natural stone
Academic year 22-23: fiber
ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021: EARTH. Read more

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Study guide 2020-2021 MARB/MAIB24
International master in architecture – fase1 – sem2
Campus Brussels
Engagement: Craftsmanship

MARB/MAIB24 design studio ‘On circular materials and processes – PART 2’
Semester 2
Start week studio on Wednesday starting February 10
Reviews Permanent evaluation, final reviews on May 26
Credits 15
Studio tutors: Laurens Bekemans, Catherine Mengé, BC architects & studies

Important!
This studio MARB / MAIB14 together with the subsequent studio MARB / MAIB24 is based on the objectives set within the ADO (Academic design office) project ‘Designing for an uncertain future’.
Students can choose for this studio without having done the previous studio in semester 1(‘On circular materials and processes-Part1’). If you choose for this studio, it is recommended to follow also the 2-week workshop on Rammed Earth at the LUMA foundation in Arles (France). This workshop can be followed voluntarily or as an elective with the name ‘Participation in an international project’ (5 credits for 2021-2022). A report is expected as a separate output for the elective.
https://onderwijsaanbod.kuleuven.be/syllabi/e/A33984E.htm#activetab=doelstellingen_idm872496

Three consecutive years will deal in depth with specific (circular) building materials.
Academic year 20-21: earth
Academic year 21-22: natural stone
Academic year 22-23: fiber
ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021: EARTH. Read more.

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