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Architecture for Society of Knowledge is a new professional programme focused on the digital design and crucial aspects of architecture and urban planning Part of the programme is remotely delivered over the Internet and requires a limited, one–semester residency period during its main part. It can be completed in 18 months and ends with a Master of Architecture degree in the field of architecture and urban planning. Students can investigate contemporary design practices as well as media and digital technologies applied in the design and construction of the 21st century city. Full EU tuition scholarships are available for the initial group of competitively admitted international students.
ASK is dedicated to those who wish to extend their practical understanding of contemporary architecture and urban planning. The programme covers digital media in design, prototyping with computer controlled machines, distributed design collaboration, and agendas for sustainable, intelligent building. At the same time, it acquaints with basics of architecture: cultural heritage, history and theory paradigms, social aspects of space creation, and education through interacting space.
ASK aims to equip young practicing architects with the formative experience required in:
- active participation in the global architectural knowledge society, and critical interpretation of the creative aspects of design and design collaboration.
- collaborative and interdisciplinary practice of architecture.
- architectural research exploring new design technology and theory.
Architecture and Urban Planning, Architecture for Society of Knowledge, Computer Aided Design, Computer-Aided Manufacturing, Computer-Aided Engineering, Robotics, Information Processes in Architecture, Algorithmic Architecture, Digital Tectonics, Architectural Heritage Preservation, Design Studio Teamwork, Virtual Design Studio, Rapid Prototyping, Knowledge Management, Critical Theory of Architecture, Participation in Planning, Generative Architecture, Virtual Reality, Space Composition Formalisation, Interactive Design, Building Information Management, Digital Fabrication.