Student work from the Germany/Netherlands/Denmark (Profs. DeSalvo and Clarke) is currently on display in North Core of S. R. Crown Hall. The exhibition features freehand renderings, urban design models, and fold-outs of individual student sketchbooks.
The Germany/ Netherlands/Denmark studio is offered again for Summer 2017. The 2 course, 4 week, 6 credit elective will be based in Berlin, Germany, a city rich in the architecture developmental history and innovation in building design. The studio includes travel to 10 cities around Germany, the Netherlands and Denmark. Tour highlights include: the modern architecture of Bjarke IngelsGroup/BIG, plus the works of Helmut Jahn, Coop Himmelblau, Herzog and de Meuron, and Frei Otto. In Berlin, students will visit the revitalized Potsdamer Platz, Pariser Platz, Alexander Platzas, plus tours of the Dutch Embassy, OMA, and the GSW Builing by Sauerbruch/Hutton. Tours of the pre-war Jewish quarter, the new Holocaust Memorial and Museum, the architecture of Albert Spear, and the new government office are also highlighted in Berlin.
The month long study abroad with an emphasis on history, building technologies and analytic drawing. Students are required to independently research and document buildings through publications, accompanied by their own analytic drawings of the visited structures.
PRESENTATIONS for 2017 PROGRAMS WILL BE IN S. R. CROWN HALL ON FRIDAY, 18 NOVEMBER AT 12:45PM