Close to 50 professionals from universities around the world recently visited UIC Barcelona as part of the EAIE Barcelona Campus Tour Experience. The participants had the opportunity to visit the facilities on the Barcelona Campus in the morning and the Sant Cugat Campus in the afternoon.
Rodríguez takes over from Dr Cristina Monforte, who becomes vice-rector of Research, Innovation and Knowledge Transfer and vice-rector of Academic Organisation and Teaching Staff
Architecture students from UIC Barcelona have devised and constructed four new systems for displaying and exhibiting architecture projects. These tools form the basis for creating itinerant exhibitions and are unique due to their easy transportability.
Víctor Echarri, holder of a PhD in Architecture, has been appointed new director of the UIC Barcelona School of Architecture, taking over from Dr Josep Lluis i Ginovart, who will remain on the Board of Directors as the School’s assistant director
Vidal succeeds Esther Jiménez, current Vice Rector of the University Community
The Welcome Sessions were held across 1, 2 and 3 September for all international exchange students who will be studying for either a semester or an entire academic year at UIC Barcelona. A total of 124 students of 27 different nationalities took part.
The Interdisciplinary Centre for Thought’s new Board of Directors, which has presided since the start of the current academic year, was presented during the general assembly last July. Andrea Rodríguez Prat, until recently the Deputy Director, has replaced Josep Corcó as the new Director, with Miquel Bastons as Assistant Director.
Opening of the 2022 Vertical Workshop marks the beginning of the UIC Barcelona School of Architecture’s academic year
The 2022 Vertical Workshop was the kick-off for the academic year 2022-2023 for the UIC Barcelona School of Architecture. The Vertical Workshop is the big annual work event with participation of more than 120 students in years two through five of Architecture.
Students have been able to learn a little more about the University and some of the extensive extracurricular activities offered
Jordi Ayala, Jonathan Arnabat, Aitor Fuentes and Igor Urdamtilleta recently won the FAD 2022 Architecture Award with the “Llacuna” apartment building, located in Poblenou in Barcelona. They met when they were students at UIC Barcelona School of Architecture, when they had a small rental space where they managed their projects and did their university projects. That space ended up becoming a small office and was the beginning where a great friendship and work team was forged, and years later moved to the Arquitectura-G studio in Barcelona. They were all former students and teachers at the school between 2006 and 2016. Jonathan Arnabat and Jordi Ayala bring us closer to their vision of architecture. Today, they are architects with a long career behind them, even though they confess that sometimes they still have nightmares about exams on “4 types of structures.”
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