As a part of our Fall 2016 Seminar visits series to a local architecture offices, our students had opportunity to visit Walden 7 housing complex from 1975, one of the earliest ambitious projects by Ricardo Bofill and later visited architects office located in reconverted abandoned cement factory from the late 19th century.
Many thanks to Alex from Storytelling from Walden7 for walking us around the Walden’s “streets” and Maria and Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura for opening us the door of their beautiful office and showing us more about their architecture!
..see some photos from the visit
During our last presentations before the finals, we were honored to have with us Clemson University Professor and Chair Emeritus Jose Caban, one of the founders of the Clemson University program in Barcelona.
Thank you for the visit and we’re looking forward to many other future ones!
Here you can find design studio projects final boards of our Spring 2014 Clemson University, Texas A&M University and Cedim students
Good work again you all!
We hope that you’re enjoying your summer
Our Clemson, Texas A&M and Cedim students are preparing for their 3rd quarters on Monday and our BAC Japan students are almost ready for the Midterms this Thursday.
This is how our “burning” studio looked like yesterday and we just LOVE IT!
Keep up with the great work all!
Our students travelers are already back to normal busy rhythm with their classes, and sharing with us their pictures from the past week Netherlands trip.
This is photographic report that we’ve received from our graduate Texas A&M student Celso Rojas from their visit to Villa VPRO by MVRDV where all groups Texas A&M, Clemson and Cedim have met together.
thanks Celso for the photos!
The Netherlands adventure is still in course.. There is all week in front of our students. Here are just few pics of how they’ve spent their first few days..
Just few hours to start another journey for our Spring 2014 students travelers and our two professors Ivan Blasi and Jordi Llacer!
7 cities in 7 days full of architecture, meetings, visits, guided tours and hopefully sunny Netherlands.
Have a safe travels all and bring us back many stories!