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2013 Erasmus intensive programme

In this year’s Erasmus intensive programme (IP) , held from 14 to 26 August 2013, architecture students from eight European universities met in the hills of Barcelona to focus on the topic of “Structure in Building Culture III: Steel Skeleton”.


In this year’s Erasmus intensive programme (IP) , held from 14 to 26 August 2013, architecture students from eight European universities met in the hills of Barcelona to focus on the topic of “Structure in Building Culture III: Steel Skeleton”.





As part of a collaboration between several European universities, the University of Liechtenstein this year once again coordinated an Erasmus IP in the area of architecture. Since 2004, this opportunity for European architecture students has been developed as an annual event by the Institute of Architecture and Planning, and hosted by various countries in Europe. 





In the course of a 13-day workshop, the annual Erasmus IP offers the chance to examine forgotten constructions and materials whilst expanding the network between the partner universities. The 2013 Erasmus IP was the third workshop in the series “Structure in Building Culture” and, following on from the materials of wood and concrete, focused on steel skeleton constructions. 





The Erasmus IP is funded by the Principality of Liechtenstein’s Agency for International Educational Affairs (AIBA), as well as by the European Commission’s Education and Culture programme. The University of Liechtenstein was responsible for coordinating this year’s Erasmus  IP, while the Polytechnic University of Catalonia  was in charge of the on-site organization in Spain.





Erasmus IP partners

• University of Liechtenstein, Institute of Architecture and Planning, Vaduz (coordination)
• Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Vallès Higher School of Architecture , Barcelona (organization)
• Sint-Lucas School of Architecture , Brussels and Ghent
• Amsterdam Academy of Architecture , Amsterdam
• Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art, Trondheim
• Gdańsk University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture, Gdańsk
• The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation – School of Architecture , Copenhagen
• The Glasgow School of Art, Mackintosh School of Architecture , Glasgow




Further information can be found at www.uni.li/erasmus-ip