University Network for Sustainable Architecture: Reflections on Educational Co-operation as Progressive Learning & Research

By Marcia Codinachs, Katarina Mrkonjic and Cristian Suau.

Published by The Sustainability Collection

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Educational experience called ‘University Network for Sustainable Architectural Design and Urban Planning’ between three Schools of Architecture. The goal is reinforcement of environmental issues on sustainable architecture and urban development

Keywords: Sustainable Architecture, Co-operation for Upper Education Environmental Approach towards Progressive Architectural and Urban Studies

International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 4, pp.165-172. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.049MB).

. Marcia Codinachs

Ph.D. architect and professor at Barcelona School of Architecture (ETSAB) Project head of the University Network for Sustainable Architectural Design and Urban Planning. See http://www.asiasustainabilitynet.upc.edu Head of doctorate programme 'The New Tools of Architecture', Department of Architectural Design, Barcelona School of Architecture (ETSAB)

Katarina Mrkonjic

Mrkonjic is architect and Ph.D. student. She has both research and professional architectural experience since 1997. She has worked in design studios in Europe and has participated in several research and co-operation projects on environmental design and education. Actually, she collaborates with Barcelona School of Architecture, as lecturer in doctorate programme 2004-2005 and participates as project assistant at the University Network for Sustainable Architectural Design and Urban Planning. See http://www.asiasustainabilitynet.upc.edu

Cristian Suau

Suau has both academic and professional architectural experience since 1994. He has worked in design studios both in Europe and Latin America and has participated in several architectural entry competitions on housing design and urban design. His doctoral research is on theory of modern architecture. He joined the Faculty of Architecture in 2004 as postdoctoral research fellow. About additional research, he has recently been guest researcher at School of Architecture, Chalmers University of Technology and NTNU. Actually, he collaborates with Barcelona School of Architecture, as lecturer in doctorate programme 2004-2005 and participates as researcher on climatic design at the University Network for Sustainable Architectural Design and Urban Planning: See http://www.asiasustainabilitynet.upc.edu

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