Rocha received a group of students from the CEU Cardenal Herrera University at his architecture department at the university of Porto
Two recent UCH graduates worked with him for a time through the BEPAD program
The Portuguese architect João Álvaro Rocha, who was a visiting professor in the Master in Architectural Industrialization and Prefabrication at CEU-UCH, passed away last week on September 13. Rocha closely collaborated from his department at the University of Porto with the undergraduate program in Architecture at UCH through the BEPAD scholarship program. Two UCH students did an internship under Rocha’s supervision through this program.
CEU-UCH students have had training in studios in Amsterdam, Porto, London, Dublin, Lisbon and Zurich, in the framework of the BEPAD (European Internship Programme for Architecture and Design)
CEU-UCH Architecture student Laura Gómez, in front of the Long Room Hub, a building at Trinity College Dublin which was designed by McCullough Mulvin.
Laura Gómez de Cecilia is currently studying Architecture at CEU Cardenal Herrera University. This year, she decided to take part in the European Internship Programme BEPAD, which makes it possible for CEU-UCH students of Industrial Design and Architecture to do practical training in different European countries. Laura Gómez was selected by McCullough Mulvin Architects in Dublin to do a 6-month internship, which she defines as her “best experience ever”.
The housing concept evolution, in terms of architecture, interior design and technologies will be the focal point of this international week that will take place from February 3rd to February 7th.
Under the title “ iHome, from the modern house to the future home”, architects, designers, computer engineers and teachers from 12 European Universities will lead sessions and workshops to think about future homes, during the second international iWeek, organized by the High School of Technical Education of the CEU Cardenal Herrera University. This session will focus on the trends of three educational fields of the ESET (Architecture, design and technologies) that would be applied to homes in the next years, with the contribution of invited teachers who come from various European countries.
Ron Arad, interviewed in Poryecto Contract magazine.
Ron Arad, architecte, designer et artiste, est, après plus de 30 années de carrière marquées par une expérimentation constante, l’une des figures les plus emblématiques du design au niveau international. Interviewé par la revue Proyecto Contract de Casa Viva suite à la récente exposition rétrospective de son œuvre à Madrid, il lui a demandé son opinion sur l’architecture et le design espagnol.
Ron Arad, interviewed by Poryecto Contract magazine.
Ron Arad, architect, designer and artist, is, after more than a 30 years career spent constantly evolving, one of the most outstanding designer on an international scale. Interviewed by the magazine Proyecto Contract of Casa Viva on the occasion of the new retrospective exhibition of its work in Madrid, he has been asked his opinion on the Spanish design and architecture.
From the 3rd to the 7th of February professors from any European university will be able to reflect on the evolution of the concept of homes from architectural, interior design, and home automation perspectives
CEU-UCH´s Technical School of Engineering (ESET) is preparing for the second edition of the international iWeek. Entitled “iHome, from the modern house to the future home”, architects, designers and professors from different European universities will lead sessions and workshops to reflect on the housing of the future. This reflection will be from the point of view of ESET´s three teaching fields: architecture, design and technologies, and automated software that will be installed in homes in the coming years.