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Design: Approaches to Architecture from the Historical and Social Environment


About This Masters Degree

Course Description

The Master's proposes a way of designing projects which allows for dialogue between tradition and modernity in architecture and collaboration between different disciplines so that architectural projects combine geography and social history in the most favourable way.

The programme is divided into two postgraduate courses. Each postgraduate course analyses this question from a specific point of view.

Entry Requirements

Architects, engineers, civil engineers, geographers, ecologists, biologists, archaeologists, anthropologists, art historians and students in the final two years of their studies.

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