YACademy is an educational body resulting from the collaboration between YAC – Young Architects Competitions – and the main architectural firms in the world. It looks at your designers aiming to refine their skills and guarantee an efficient link with the main internationally-renowned practices. At the link, some further information about this project.
After the success of the 2018 edition YACacademy launches the second edition of the courses in Architecture for Heritage and Architecture for Landscape: two valuable educational programs focusing on technical-design topics to enhance historical architectures and the natural landscape.
Each course will admit 25 students and provide 8 scholarships. The courses will include classes, workshops and traineeships in practices with the likes of Alvisi Kirimoto+Partners, OMA, MccolloughMulvin, Aires Mateus e Associados, Carrilho da Graça Arquitectos, Stefano Boeri Architetti, Snøhetta, Jean Nouvel Design, Jensen & Skodvin, Rintala Eggertsson, Mario Cucinella and many others.
Enrollments will be available until April, 19th; while both courses will take place in June – July 2019.
For further information, please see:
> the official YACadem’s website: www.yacademy.it
> the official Facebook page of YACademy: @yacademy2018
YAC is an association which promotes architectural competitions aimed at fostering culture and design research. Over the years, YAC has broadened its experience of work and collaboration with the main architectural firms of contemporary architecture, dealing with diverse and numerous topics of architectural design. Nowadays, YAC’s expertise can serve young designers better, providing them with the creation of high-level educational programs aimed at polishing the skills of the students and offering them a valuable connection to the labor market. Thanks to the close relationship with internationally renowned professional and academic actors, YAC is the perfect frame within which complete or specialize one’s skills and create a significative link with the most internationally-renowned architectural practices.
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