Form is an integral part of architecture, urbanism and landscape architecture, if not the main basis of these fields of study.
Different professional disciplines mean a difference in scale, approach and execution; engagement, craftsmanship, conceptual thinking, experimentation, research and strategy are essential principles in all fields.
Morphology classes are not only governed by a physical or traditional appearance. Form is expressed in analogue, digital and virtual form or a combination hereof.
The main objectives are the development of one’s own signature, the ability to establish mutual (cross-disciplinary) connections, and to develop a critical and independent attitude, in which reflection and archiving of the research process is necessary for personal development.
The morphology class Form, Skills and Craftsmanship seeks an integrated connection with the curriculum.
Operating between, parallel to, across and beyond existing disciplines is an enrichment of the thought and design process and is in line with trends in society and the professional practice.
Coordinator of the Morphology classes is Henri Snel: email@example.com.