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Architecture students explore real-time engines, a tool that is revolutionizing the way architects work

The use of these tools allows architects to focus on the core of their work allowing them to produce more and better in less time. - Ángel Flores

22 / 04 / 2022


Extra-Ordinary Projects at Design Studio VI: An Opportunity to Explore Diverse Architectural Responses to Social Issues

Every semester, the professors propose focusing on a specific demographic, placing the user at the center of the design process and researching ...

04 / 03 / 2022


Trends shaping urban life in 2022

Cristina Mateo, associate dean at IE School of Architecture and Design, considers the five key issues shaping the daily urban experience.

17 / 01 / 2022


Impressions from Expo Dubai 2020

A few weeks after its opening in October 2021, Cristina Mateo, associate dean at IE School of Architecture and Design, visited Expo Dubai 2020.

23 / 12 / 2021


Design and the city – Manhattan loft buildings

Cem Kayatekin explores how subdivision, diversity and flexibility had an impact on Manhattan loft buildings constructed in the Midtown Garment ...

17 / 11 / 2021


Entrepreneurial ideas respond to real world problems

IE School of Architecture and Design launched an open international student contest for entrepreneurial ideas responding to real world problems.

29 / 10 / 2021


Lilly Reich and the Barcelona Pavilion

In a journal article published in Grey Room (MIT), IE professor Laura Martínez de Guereñu explores the architectural legacy of Lilly Reich.

26 / 10 / 2021


Social regeneration and Cedric Price’s unbuilt projects

According to Niall Hobhouse, Cedric Price "wasn’t really an architect, but a social critic to the left of the Left who stumbled on the post-war ...

20 / 09 / 2021


Making the building industry more sustainable

How can we accurately measure circularity potential? This is relatively well developed for consumer products, but far less attention has been given ...

27 / 08 / 2021


Can architecture help refugees during a global pandemic?

In ArchDaily, Associate Dean Cristina Mateo explores how architecture and design could help refugees during a global pandemic.

21 / 07 / 2021