YAC (Young Architects Competition) is a association whose aim is to promote architectural competitions amongst young designers – no matter if graduates or students. Initially, YAC represented the intuition of three young engineers. They believed that ideas competitions represented the privileged tool to give life to the architectural debate and research. Thanks to the support of the School of Architecture of the University of Bologna, YAC srl was established on 8th March 2013.
Today the Agraph Workshop of Digital Architecture Drawing takes place. The studio, formed by Patricia García and Daniel López, has collaborated with architects such as Tuñón and Mansilla, Alejandro Zaera-Polo, Nieto and Sobejano, among others.
The registration period for the MArch programmes is now open for the next academic year 2020/2021. Registration will be open until the limit of places is completed.
The Master MArch Advance seeks to provide the student with an exclusive architectural training enriched with an intense practical activity,
This afternoon we will have the pleasure of visiting the design studio of the National Design Award, Nacho Lavernia .
His studio, Lavernia & Cienfuegos, based in Valencia, focused on both industrial design projects and graphic design in any of its variants (editorial, corporate identity, packaging, websites, etc.).
Last February, the workshop 7 days in the Vila, Feeling the place, took place for the students of the MArch Advance master. The program is designed by the founding partners of RCR Arquitectes – Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramon Vilalta -, winners of the 2017 Pritzker Prize, based on their philosophy of shared creativity and the value of the essential to achieve the universal.
MArch collaborates with reTH!NKING competition in the Uyuni Salt Flat Shelter architecture competition, awarding a 2.000€ scholarship for the MArch Architecture and Design programs to the winner of the competition.
A total of 5.000€ will be distributed in prizes, and the winner will also receive a 2,000€ scholarship for one of the MArch programs of the 2019-2020 academic year.
The Casa da Arquitetura and the Museo Serralves joined the two Portuguese Pritzker Awards, Álvaro Siza and Souto de Moura, in “Diálogos Cruzados”, to talk about their work, in conversations with historians and architecture critics.
During these weeks we have the workshop with Fran Silvestre Make to think and we have been worked on the way of approaching the conception of a project. The initial phase of the architectural project is one of the most complex parts to undertake because of its level of abstraction, and it is also one of the most important of its development.