The Architecture for Humanity course at YACademy prepares students with lessons and workshops to design architectural interventions in areas of humanitarian and social emergency.
YACademy's Architecture for Humanity course collects the most relevant international experience in the field of architecture for humanitarian purposes.
The course offers five scholarships with full coverage of the enrolment cost for the most deserving students. It is also possible to participate in the courses remotely.
With a frequency of three days per week for a duration of two months, Architecture for Humanity hosts several frontal teaching modules and numerous interventions by well-known professionals working at world-renowned companies, including Anupama Kundoo Architects, Tatiani Bilbao Estudio, El Equipo Mazzanti, Tam Associati, Lacaton & Vassal, Atelier Masōmī and Foster + Partners.
The course's workshop will be carried out in collaboration with TAMAssociati, an international landmark in the humanitarian architecture field, and it will deal with the design of medical-pediatric clinics in Senegal.
At the end of the course, YACademy Placement office will guarantee each student a proposal for an internship or collaboration with studios aligned with the topic of the course, including Anupama Kundo Architects, Tatiani Bilbao Estudio, El Equipo Mazzanti, Tam Associati, MASS Design Group and Foster + Partners.
Top image: by Wenlin Zhu, Weizhi Zhao, Junsong Li and Zishen Xu.
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