Talca and the Territory: New Pedagogies

  • Blanca Zúñiga Escuela de Arquitectura, Universidad de Talca
  • Miquel Adrià Centro de diseño, cine y televisión

Resumen

The Talca School of Architecture has achieved global recognition for its approach to the territory and local resources. This discussion explores its particular pedagogy, student projects, and their gradual impact on the region.

Biografía del autor/a

Blanca Zúñiga, Escuela de Arquitectura, Universidad de Talca

BA in Architecture from the Universidad de Chile and MA in Housing and Urbanism from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. Faculty member of Universidad de Talca’s Architecture School since 2000, responsible for architecture workshops for urban, rural, and collective housing. Professor of built projects and thesis workshops. Exhibitions of her work have been held at Akademie der Kunste in Berlin (2015). Guest professor at several international universities. Member of the team responsible for the urban installation of Mülltuten and Il Manto Rosso in Kassel, Germany and Palermo, Italy.

Miquel Adrià, Centro de diseño, cine y televisión

BA in Architecture from Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona. PhD from Universidad Europea de Madrid. Resident in Mexico City since 1994. Editor of Arquine, International Architecture Magazine and author of 40 books about Mexican and Latin American contemporary architecture. Jury member for international competitions and at the World Architecture Festival. Co-director of Mextrópoli Architecture & City Festival. Chair of CENTRO’s Architecture Masters.

Cómo citar
Zúñiga, B., & Adrià, M. (1). Talca and the Territory: New Pedagogies. Economía Creativa, 94-101. Recuperado a partir de http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/406
Sección
Conversaciones: las mentes creativas y los problemas de hoy