Discover our masterclasses! Learn from global leaders in the field, in online and in-person Masterclasses. Top professionals share their insights and experiences from years of driving change at the sector frontlines.
Over the years, IE School of Architecture & Design has maintained a close relationship with these outstanding industry leaders, and the top companies they work for. In fact, many of the School’s programs are led by faculty members who are active members of this community.
Together, they share deep knowledge and techniques that are highly relevant, deeply rich and future-forward—either online, in-person or both. Experience this outstanding learning opportunity delivered by active, exceptional professionals as they shine a light on current sector developments.
Climate Change and Resiliency by Tom Miller
Tom Miller explores the concept of resiliency facing the impact of risks on property investments, at both the financial asset and the community level.
Design: A Tool for Social Change. Learning from Spaces for Children by Sarit Shani Hay
How do we create an inspiring environment for our children? What happens when design meets pedagogy and how can we use design as a tool for social change? Sarit Shani Hay discusses the intricacies behind designing creative spaces for kids in an era of rapid changes.
Creative Conditions: Conditioning Creativity by Joy Yoon
Joy Yoon discusses how to grow within a creative community, failing on purpose, and learning how and who to trust. Masterclass organized by IE A&D, AECOM, and Vitra.
When Real Estate Creates Great Urban Spaces by Raul Lores
Raul Lores will show how thoughtful large-scale developments and mixed-use spaces can contribute to vibrant and diverse neighborhoods.
Management Essentials for Architecture Firms by Enoch Sears
What does it take to run a successful architecture practice that does not get in the way of producing good architecture? Enoch Sears shares the 3-part SMART Practice Method™ developed by himself as a tool that simplifies architecture firm management so that Architects and Design Managers can focus on doing their best work.
The Culture Factor and the Workplace in the Era of COVID by Elvira Muñoz
Why must businesses quickly adapt to today's agile and fast-learning culture? What can Strategic Interior Design bring to this essential change? Elvira Muñoz explains why businesses have had to shift more rapidly than ever to adapt to a new world of work.
Mixtape Talks: Habitat & Care by Umberto Napolitano, Anette Spiro and Peg Rawes
The Mixtape Talks bring together trios of guests from the fields of architecture and design practice, theory, and related side disciplines to fuel conversations around candent topics on the built and produced environment.
The Importance of Interior Design in 2021 by Cheryl Durst and Dean Martha Thorne
Our post-pandemic world today needs interior designers and design thinkers more than ever.
Cheryl Durst and Dean Martha Thorne speak about why the interior design profession is now necessary more than ever and how interior designers can add value in many ways.
Defining the Profile of the Architect of the Future
In a liquid world in continual and accelerating transformation, we knew generations have the opportunity to reinvent our role in society by opening new lines of action where our work is truly valued, going from being simple tools used by our clients, to expert creative minds who lead these business relationships.
How Architecture & Design impact our health, well-being and happiness by Anupama Kundoo and Amelie De Marsily
Anupama Kundoo and Amélie De Marsily explore how three central pillars of happiness are impacted by the design of our homes, offices, buildings, and cities. Set against the backdrop of the recent pandemic, this online masterclass will explore non-conventional ways to produce more fulfilling environments.
Innovation in Urban Strategy by Iben Falconer
In this online masterclass, Iben Falconer addresses how established urban design practice is changing with innovation, technology, and public engagement. Featuring topics such as the relationship between foodscapes and public health outcomes, this session is sure to be as insightful as it is eye-opening.
FAILURE / NOT FAILURE BY HUNTER TURA
Hunter Tura leads this online masterclass that explores creative practice through efficient production. By thinking in a “third way” and establishing a new creative framework, we can produce higher quality, more sustainable designs.