The capacity of the human being to survive and thrive in all hardships is called resilience. Its psychological and practical applications traverse all disciplines, including design. Knowledge about its ethical and political implications (environmental, socio-cultural and economic) —in addition to the analysis of the international scene, with its different agendas, and of the fundamental needs that the world currently experiences and that affect the designer work— is necessary.
Taking all of this into account, the Master in Design for Resilience helps you to realise design has the power of transforming our environment for the better, contributing to a fairer and more ethical society thanks to design for resilience.
Access and Admission Requirements: Official university degree or equivalent in design, engineering, architecture or art.