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Richard Rogers, advocate of sustainable urban living
Architect Richard Rogers will always be associated with the Pompidou Center, that building with a visible structure and mechanical systems on the ...
20 / 12 / 2021
An elegy to architect Oriol Bohigas
IE School of Architecture and Design Dean Martha Thorne commented on the death of Spanish architect Oriol Bohigas in an article in The New York Times.
16 / 12 / 2021
IE University’s Architecture and Design Bachelor Degree officially recognized in India
This recognition makes it possible to practice the profession in India and adds to the recognition already obtained in Singapore and the EU.
16 / 12 / 2021
IE Tower’s role in regenerating northern Madrid
The 180-metre-tall IE Tower is now the third tallest building in the world used primarily for education.
09 / 11 / 2021
Opportunities and architecture in Colombia
In an interview with La República, Dean Martha Thorne highlights the importance of considering the built environment and diverse gender perspectives.
30 / 10 / 2021
“I didn’t only want to work for privileged people”
Pritzker Prize-winning architect Shigeru Ban speaks about sustainability, climate change and the role of architecture during the Hay Festival.
30 / 09 / 2021
Exploring sustainable urban mobility in Argentina
Martha Thorne, Dean of IE University's School of Architecture and Design, took part in an event exploring the theme of sustainable urban mobility.
15 / 09 / 2021
A conversation with Frank Gehry and BV Doshi
For Architectural Digest India, Dean Martha Thorne moderated a conversation between Pritzker Prize winning architects Frank Gehry and BV Doshi.
13 / 08 / 2021
C40 Cities and IE University sign agreement to fight climate change together through education and city making
IE School of Architecture and Design, the first academic institution in the world to establish an agreement with C40 Cities.
23 / 11 / 2020
IE School of Architecture and Design launches the Global Master in Real Estate Development, focused on key innovation factors and investment strategies for the sustainable urban future
The program takes places over a 15-month period in a blended format, combining online teaching with five weeks face-to-face lessons.
29 / 10 / 2020