Lecture 3. Global Collaborations

created by:

Michelangelo Sabatino

from the module:

The Global Turn

As education moved from in-situ learning to spaces of collectivity, so too did opportunities for architects and students of architects to converge into the transcultural classroom. If colonialism promoted exchanges between nations, it was not until nationalism asserted itself that institutions began to formalize education. Together with the increased media, this lead to the rise of greater networks of collaboration and the rise of the international competition.

supporting documents:

Lecture Notes