Noted Dutch urban historian Boudewijn Bakker gives an urban history tour on a boat in the canals of Amsterdam. Photo by Lawrence C. Davis
Walk ancient Spanish roads, explore Palladian architecture, cruise Dutch canals, and study the work of Brunelleschi and Michelangelo in the cities that they called home. This unique nine-week program combines design studios and field studies survey that focus on contemporary European architectural and urban issues. Coursework is comprised of two principal components. First, field visits to important buildings and urban settings in Florence, Madrid and Amsterdam and other European cities that include on-site lectures and student produced analytical activities. Second, a set of intensive building design projects in European urban settings that are informed by the analytical fieldwork.
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