Cross Cultural Design in Architecture (Jul 2018)

Course Overview:
In this rapidly shrinking global context, our future cities will be shared with billions of people from completely different cultural backgrounds. With the increasing intensity of cross-cultural interaction and tension in growing cities around the world today, there is a need for more culture-sensitive modes of architectural thinking.

Adelaide (est. 1836) is, in many ways, a living model of an ideal city that was designed from the outset to be sustainable, not only in environmental and economic terms, but as a place in which religious and cultural freedoms were guaranteed by law. Together, the city and the school, offer a unique short course to enable students to work with CAMEA experts and also experience the multi-cultural life of Adelaide and its environs.

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