How can we rethink the architecture and design of space at a time when the “temporary is the new permanent”? On the Master in Ephemeral Architecture and Temporary Spaces you will undertake design projects for temporary spaces, an increasingly relevant field that covers a broad range of formats, both in the cultural arena and the world of business.
The Master in Ephemeral Architecture and Temporary Spaces examines the main formats of temporary spaces (events, pop-ups, interventions in public spaces and exhibitions) with the aim of providing conceptual and instrumental tools and addressing all phases of design, from conceptualisation to detailed and specific problem-solving.
This master connects academic training (research) with practical work (construction of ephemeral and temporary spaces), to develop and carry out real projects in different spaces and for different events.
Access and Admission Requirements: Students must have an official university degree or equivalent. Knowledge is also required of CAD, 3D modelling, graphic design software, draughtsmanship and physical modelling.