Summer 2019

Modern History of Sustainable Architecture (ARC 368R/388R)
Technologies and Techniques of Sustainable Design (ARC 350R/ARC 386M)

These two inte­grated semi­nars on sus­tain­able archi­tec­ture and design are designed to give stu­dents a deep insight into the cultural history of sustainable design in Germany and its direct application at a variety of scales.
 
Due to the unique loca­tion of the sum­mer ses­sion, the stu­dents will expe­ri­ence alter­na­tive mod­els of urban plan­ning and mixed-use devel­op­ments. They will expe­ri­ence various forms of pub­lic space, pri­vate and pub­lic trans­port, and sus­tain­able plan­ning and design in one of the most beautiful cit­ies in Europe.
 
Most importantly is to experience life as a Munich resident while living in one or more apartments of different characteristics and locations throughout the city.
 
While most of the time during the week the program will be located in Munich, but the group will also travel to places such as Stuttgart, Freiburg, Regensburg, and to the Alps with Mittenwald, Garmisch Partenkirchen, and Innsbruck, Austria.  Typically, most weekends are free for individual or small group student travel.

Syllabus

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