Ability to readapt and transform existing buildings. Ability to design architectural
projects according to a specific program and context, cultural and social needs
BC 3: Ability to gather and interpret relevant data (usually within their field of study) to inform judgments that include
reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical matters
SC 1: Knowing the history and theories of architecture, as well as arts, sciences and technologies related to this
SC 2: Understanding the role of fine arts as a factor that may influence the quality of architectural design
C 7: Understanding the relationships between people and buildings, and between people and their surrounding, as well as relating buildings and the spaces between according to needs and the human scale
CC 1: Responsability . CC 2: Self confidence
C 4: Communication skills in native language (written and oral) and in English language
CC 5: Interpersonal understanding. CC 6: Flexibility.
CC 7: Teamwork: Ability to work in teams of architects, or in interdisciplinary teams. This capability includes interpersonal skills and team leadership ability.
CC 8: Initiative and entrepreneurship, both in the field of architecture and business
CC 9: Planning and time management: Ability to plan work on the need to meet deadlines
CC 10: Innovation and creativity: Creativity, imagination and aesthetic sensibility towards design, while meeting the aesthetic and technical requirements. This includes critical thinking skills and historical culture.
DSC 35: Ability to solve passive environmental conditioning, including thermal and acoustic insulation, climate control, energy efficiency and natural lighting
DSC 36: Ability to catalog the built heritage and urban planning and protection
DSC 37 Ability to design, practice and development of basic execution projects, sketches and blueprints
DSC 38: Ability to design, practice and development urban projects
DSC 40 Ability to develop functional programs of buildings and urban spaces
DSC 41: Ability to intervene and conserve, restore and rehabilitate built heritage
DSC 52: Adequate knowledge of ecology, sustainability and the principles of energy conservation and environmental resources
DSC 53: Adequate knowledge of the traditions of architecture, urban planning and landscape of Western culture, and their technical merits, climatic, economical, social and ideological
Integrated projects workshop. 20%
Experiences linking the project to artistic environments 20%
Development of the program 20%
Applying recycling 20%
Transformation processes 10%
Capacity to intervene in constructed heritage 10%
Design workshop G 6.