The First Class - Exploring Masterpieces
Updated: Mar 30
In late February, we had our first class in this semester, students were divided into small groups and researched on architecture projects located in Berlin or in the Netherlands, including masterpieces designed by Hans Scharoun, Neutelings Riedijk MVRDV, OMA, SANAA, Dudok...etc.
Students had 3-4 days to prepare the presentations for each project, they had to know the architect's story, the building itself and its surrounding context; some had to prepare the trajectory of the work by certain architecture offices, from the evolution of a design concept to each floor plan sections. Moreover, we required students to give their own opinions and comments on the architecture project, and to be prepared to open debate with the professor and their classmates.
We believe self-learning under guidance and critical thinking are equally crucial in architecture discipline, we planned to have this class as a warm-up for our following architecture trip in early March. Yes, you are right! EuroLAB team will not only have students study the architecture masterpieces in books and documents but also will take them on site in person to have a close visit!
Autumn semester admissions starts NOW! Welcome bachelor and master students majored in architecture related fields to join us!
- Mail us for any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Explorers-Eurolab-100654538222335
- Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fcu_explorers_eurolab
Due to the global situation of COVID-19, EuroLAB has taken the safety prevention measures, and prepared interesting content for on-line and personal learning. Currently all of our courses are ongoing and we keep a transparent management and planning adjusted to every scenario with our students and families while, at the same time, we prevent our people from any risk. For you and your beloved ones, please take required preventive actions and use your time to grow on your learning. #StayHome#StayLearning