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Call for registrations to Norman Foster Foundation's "Re-materializing Housing Workshop" in Madrid

Spain Architecture News - Jan 13, 2020 - 12:29   2090 views

Call for registrations to Norman Foster Foundation's

Updated news: The Norman Foster Foundation has launched an open call to its "Re-materializing Housing Workshop" in Madrid, Spain which will be held on 23–27 March 2020.

Re-materializing Housing Workshop 2020, supported by the LafargeHolcim Foundation, calls for submissions to find the future participants of the Re-materializing Housing Workshop 2020. Deadline for applications will end on 20th January 2020, 24:00 CEST (Madrid time).

"How can we best combine the knowledge learnt from vernacular architecture techniques with the developments of new technologies to design affordable housing solutions?".

The Norman Foster Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation based in Madrid, promotes interdisciplinary thinking and research to help new generations anticipate the future. Since 2017, the Foundation’s Education and Research Units have conducted a series of workshops, atelier, research initiatives and Public Debates where students and professionals from all over the world come together for a week of experimental work and research.

The Foundation’s Education and Research Units are delighted to announce the first edition of the Re-materializing Housing Workshop that will take place from 23-27 March 2020, in Madrid, Spain, and will explore new opportunities that combine vernacular architecture techniques with emerging technologies.

The Foundation will award ten scholarships to students from the diverse backgrounds of architecture, arts and humanities, sustainability, technology and materials. Grants will cover all transportation, accommodation and meals related to the week-long event in Madrid, Spain. Scholars will engage with an interdisciplinary Academic Body formed by mentors ranging from industry professionals to academics.

Download Workshop Application Form.pdf.

Download Student Form.pdf.

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