CIVIC CITY – CIVIC DESIGN

CIVIC CITY – CIVIC DESIGN
CERTIFICATE OF ADVANCED STUDIES

Civic Design is a postgraduate programme focused on the question of design as criteria of qualification of the citizen space. Leaded and coordinated by Ruedi Baur, this CAS unifies disciplines as architects, urbanists, designers, graphic designers, sociologists and politicians.
Every student/researcher will concentrate his research on one of the four case studies developing during the year but will take egally part of the three other case studies: “The prototype as communication tool” Quartier of Aygalades/Marseille within Marseille-Provence-2013 and the Cité des Arts de la Rue; “Analysis of all the written in the city”, with the kitchen of Nègrepelisse; “Urban segregation”, Geneva/New York in collaboration with Parsons New School of Design, New York City; “IBA Basle in between two borders” with Alfredo Brillembourg and Hubert Klumpner, ETH DArch, Zurich.

Civic Design est une formation continue centrée sur la question du design comme facteur de qualification de l’espace citoyen. Dirigé et coordonné par Ruedi Baur, ce CAS réunit les compétences d’architectes, d’urbanistes, de designers, de graphistes, de sociologues et de politologues.
Chaque étudiant-e concentrera sa recherche sur l’un des quatre chantiers développés durant l’année mais participera aux trois autres: «Le prototype comme outil de concertation» Quartier des Aygalades/ Marseille dans le cadre de Marseille-Provence-2013 avec la Cité des Arts de la Rue; « Etat des lieux de l’écrit dans la ville » avec la Cuisine à Nègrepelisse; « Ségrégation urbaine » Genève/New York en collaboration avec la Parsons New School of Design, New York City avec Miguel-Robles Duran; « IBA Bâle entre deux frontières » avec Alfredo Brillenbourg et Hubert Klumpner, ETH DArch, Zürich.

Deadline for applications: September 2nd, 2011
Geneva University of Art and Design, Geneva

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