Within the framework of the Architecture Week, a conversation will take place between representatives of Catalan architecture schools participating at the YTAA 2018 around architecture teaching and the final project as an exercise in synthesis and demonstration of everything learned.
The Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA) was born in 2016 within the framework of the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award (EUMiesAward) with the aim of supporting the first steps in the profession to the newly licensed architects. In this way, the YTAA does not only recognise the best final projects in Europe, but it also becomes an observatory and an open debate platform of what happens in architecture schools.
We can hear the voices of the schools that have participated in the latest edition of the YTAA and know about these 18 projects of which they are authors:
Joan Martí, Ariadna Gutiérrez, Guillem Pascual, Ander Ushijima, Manuel Milla, Enrique Juan, Adriana García, David Mesa, Marta Delgado, Marta Esqueu, Albert Chavarria, Sergi Sauras, Marco Mosca, Anna Casadevall, Victor Barasoain, Manuel Prieto, Bernat Pedro, Iñigo Ocamica.
16.00 h – 17:15
Screening of the videos of the final projects carried out by its auhtors, with interventions by Enric Granell (Deputy Director of culture, ETSAB), Roger Sauquet (Deputy Director, ETSAV), Arturo Frediani (Head of Studies, ETSA-URV), Adrià Sánchez-Llorens (Cultural Activities Department Collaborator de La Salle) and Marcos Do Espíritu Santo (responsible of communication, UIC).
17:15 – 18:00
Debate about the role of the final project in the teaching of architecture by Enric Granell, Roger Sauquet, Pau de Solà-Morales (Director, ETSA – URV), Marc Arnal Huguet (Director, La Salle) and Carmen Mendoza (Deputy Director, UIC) and with the moderator Jordi Capdevila, president AJAC (Agrupació Joves Arquitectes de Catalunya).