The course is an opportunity for gaining professional insight into one of the most important architecture firms in the world. Through numerous accounts and reflections on completed projects, WilkinsonEyre tells the story of its decades of experience at
the highest level of international architecture. WilkinsonEyre is a London-based practice founded by Chris Wilkinson and Jim Eyre in 1999. Its portfolio includes numerous award-winning projects both nationally and internationally.
The architects base their approach on a conscious use of technology and materials, integrating contemporary architecture with an awareness of setting. The creative processes that led, and will lead, to the construction of very advanced buildings, both
from the perspective of architectural design and compositional innovation, will be examined. This course is an important learning opportunity for all architects who want to closely analyze the design dynamics behind the greatest works of architecture
of this century.
The videos are intended to provide new practical tools for promoting greater awareness of the architectural design process through:
Direct experience with one of the largest and most famous architectural firms in the world
Insight into international projects that have demanded a different approach from the conventional
Strategies and solutions for international projects that have involved the use of the most recent architecture-related technologies
A view of architectural works that encompass aesthetic values, innovative technologies, and avant-garde structures and span a huge range of sectors, including culture, sports and leisure, education, infrastructure, residential, office developments,
The knowledge of new and future design approaches linked to the most recent technologies, and current social and environmental needs
User login identification using a user ID and password, sent to participants after registration
Monitoring the total connection time of each user and the percentage of the videos viewed using the SCORM system
Completion of final assessment questionnaire, with question sets of a suitable level to evaluate learning and listening comprehension of the topics covered, with a minimum passing grade of 70%