The Specializing Master Sustainable Design for Complexity is a First and Second-level Politecnico di Milano Specializing Master, born as an evolution of the five editions of the Specializing Master Sustainable Environments and Architecture to give designers, architects, and engineers bespoke, specialized training for ecologically and bioclimatically compatible projects in the built environment, integrating energy planning into new and existing architectural spaces.
Issues of complexity, nomadism, environmental and energy resources, the crisis for cities, and the gradual acceptance of ecological compatibility principles have brought the following needs to the fore: a design and knowledge approach inspired by sustainable development; innovation in the principles for settling and building cities and surrounding areas; tight synergy with the potential technological innovation; new skills on the part of designers in social, ecological, and energy fields; finding new ways to design the land, its towns, and a sustainable built environment. Relation to Job Market
Training is designed to build professionals and researchers: who can interpret and manage the complexity of new land, town, and architecture scenarios; who own the knowledge to use renewable energy resources and advanced technology properly; who are optimally equipped to enhance the enormous potential of new nomadism.
This Specializing Master seeks to build opportunities to acquire and experience the following features: interpretative evaluation of the ways of interethnic living; innovative approaches to understanding local context and transforming the natural and built environments; knowledge of advanced technology and the use of alternative energy sources; integrated design of photovoltaic and thermal solar technology; integrated design of phytopurification, botanical land use and agronomy; integrated design of re-naturalized rivers and farmland; Innovation in the conceptions/concept of the structures.