The CANactions youth competition was launched in 2009 by the Dessau Institute of Architecture (DIA / Germany) and CANactions School. The competition has become a professional “path to Europe” for Ukrainian students and young professionals. Since its launch, more than 1,200 projects have been received, among which 129 finalist projects have been selected by members of the international jury. This year’s winner was Dmytro Yahodin with a reconstruction proposal for the Rikhert brewery in Kyiv.
Architects from around the world are designing hotels that are sustainable and mindful of their ecological footprint, seeking to connect their guests more closely to nature. We are talking about a deep understanding that seeks to truly harmonize the environment of the place with the architecture to create a forgotten closeness to nature for urban guests.
Building on the success of our first NextGen Event in March, we would love to invite you to the next one on the series, led by Lee Butz, CEO of District Technologies. Lee will speak about her journey to build a workplace experience platform that allows communities to navigate the workplace and stay connected from anywhere.
IE School of Architecture and Design is launching its new IE Next-Gen program, an international forum that gives young professionals from the world of real estate and the built environment the opportunity to make their voices heard, increase their knowledge about the cities of tomorrow and grow their professional network.
We would like to invite you to IE School of Architecture & Design first event in collaboration with The Developer UK, a publication for enlightened real estate developers working in the private and public sector along with their investors, local government, architects, placemakers and project teams.
Our post-pandemic world today needs interior designers and design thinkers more than ever. By spending more and more time in interior spaces, we are witnessing the direct connection between our environments and well being.
Today’s rapidly changing world calls for entrepreneurs who question the status quo and are able to leverage people, resources, and processes to produce dynamic solutions. As spatial design activities and the global construction industry experience unprecedented transformation, there are endless opportunities for those with the courage to stand up and take them.
UNESCO, the Iraqi Ministry of Culture and the Iraqi Sunni Endowment, have committed to reconstruct and rehabilitate the Al Nouri Complex in Mosul with the generous financial support of the United Arab Emirates. In order to do so, UNESCO organized an international design competition for selecting a winning design entry to rehabilitate this important site destroyed by conflict in 2014.
IE School of Architecture and Design and ArchDaily, would like to invite you to join this outstanding online masterclass by Elvira Muñoz, Academic Director of the Master in Strategic Design of Spaces and Principal of Interior Design for EMEA at AECOM, where she will will explain why businesses have had to shift more rapidly than ever to adapt to a new world of work.