It's not too late!
Today an interesting day filled with lectures, if you are in the neighbourhood, join and start to make a difference today. Architects against Climate Change.

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INTL - It's Not Too Late

The faculty starts a new MOOC: Urban Design for the Public Good: Dutch Urbanism.

Are you interested to learn a unique Dutch approach to cities and landscapes? This course will broaden your scope and diversify your take on the field. Practice at home with the unique Dutch approach of designing landscapes and cities in response to social and environmental challenges.

Course starts 1 March...
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MOOC: Urban Design for the Public Good: Dutch Urbanism | TU Delft Online
Veel oud studenten van de generatie '80-'90 bij het alumni event. Debat o.l.v. Andrea van Pol over het onderwijs van toen en nu. Keep in touch! [ Link ]
Congratulations to the Master graduates of January and February 2017! Welcome to our alumni community.
PhD candidates Faidra Oikonomopoulou and Telesilla Bristogianni received the Innovation Award from the Society of Façade Engineering for the Crystal Houses in Amsterdam.

‘Fat glass is our baby’
Wanna feel part of the 'Bouwkunde' community? Tune in to the 'pop-up' radio booth of D.B.S.G. Stylos. Providing mental musical support to our students who are working very hard on their deadline this week. Follow the live stream [ Link ]
ECOWEEK is about education, networking and expanding knowledge, acquiring experience and practical training with a special emphasis on Green Buildings and Sustainable Design.

They organise international conference and sustainable design workshops in cities around the world, bringing together professionals and students of Architecture, Design, Landscape Architecture, and Environmental...
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ECOWEEK in The Netherlands, 2017
The ancient Greeks believed earth, fire, water and air were the basis of all things. Bricks contain these four basic elements and though brickwork can be considered primitive and low tech, its potential is by no means exhausted.

Conquering the tyranny of brickwork
People working together can achieve more than individuals. Columns of light symbolise this in the interactive light installation 'The whole is greater than the sum of its parts' that celebrates TU Delft's 175th anniversary.

Many hands make light work
Check out the 'show-box' exhibition in the Oostserre

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In the neighborhood? Drop by and leave your mark at the D.B.S.G. Stylos pavillion in front of the TU Aula.
Er is de afgelopen tijd hard gewerkt door Bouwkunde studenten aan het paviljoen ter viering van de 175ste verjaardag van de TU Delft. Studenten, medewerkers en iedereen die een kijkje neemt bij het kunstwerk wordt uitgenodigd om een boodschap achter te laten in het kunstwerk. ”Kom kijken en leave you mark!
Friday 13 January the D.B.S.G. Stylos pavilion, build by our students, will be opened in celebration of the TU Delft's 175th birthday! Leave your mark.
Humans of TU Delft

Maura Henkes – Master’s student, Architecture

“A while ago there were a lot of protests in the Netherlands over refugee housing centres because people didn’t want them in their towns. People are always afraid of what they don’t know. Watching the news there was something not right about the living conditions for refugees and I wanted to see if I could do something about...
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The faculty wishes you happy holidays and a wonderful New Year!
Great to have you as a minor student @inspiringarchitecture
Became interested in doing a minor at our faculty too? [ Link ]

Ramsés Grande Fraile – One year at TU Delft – Challenging the Future!
Christmas has come to the city!
The end of an academic career is not always a clear-cut end point. Han Meyer gave what he called his fake farewell speech on Friday, December 9, 2016, since Peter Russell, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment (BK), said he won't be able to rest yet as he moves to a next care...

Goodbye leads to hello
One of the great facilities of our building. #BKCity