MAA Students Present Their Works at the Mies Van Der Rohe Pavilion

How can the interaction between architects and machines activate public space? How will emergent synthetic and biological ecosystems define urban infrastructure? Which emerging technologies and typologies have the potential to transform architecture into a productive organism rather than a consumer agent?

Last Thursday 13th of December the IAAC Advanced Architecture Group and the Fundació Mies Van Der Rohe organised an open presentation around the topic of Advanced Architecture hosted by the Mies Van Der Rohe pavilion.

In the framework of the research developed at the Introductory Studios of the Master in Advanced Architecture, the selected students’ works presented redefined urban space and architectural design through the use of public space data, computation, biology and renewable energies.

During the gathering, IAAC faculty and students, together with local and international architects, engaged in a debate about the future of our architecture and cities, proposing solutions to respond to the current challenges facing both our planet and society.

The event is organised in the framework of KAAU project, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and of Creative Food Cycles project, co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.