In the study programme of the Master’s programmes in Architecture, Urbanism and Landscape Architecture, projects, exercises and lectures are supplemented by, among other things, interim, interdisciplinary courses: the Winter and Summer Schools and workshops.

Winter School 2017
Winter school 2014 Slim City
Winter workshop 2013 The Canal District
Summer 2011-2012 under the supervision of Jeanne van Heeswijk and Rianne Makkink
Winter workshop 2011 A stroll in the air under the supervision of Jeanne van Heeswijk
Winter workshop 2010 Winter Wonderland
Winter workshop 2009 Thin City under the supervision of Adriaan Beukers and Ed van Hinte

International and interdisciplinary pressure cooker

The Winter Schools and workshops are international in character due to the participation of foreign students and lecturers and are alternately run by one of the heads of the study programmes. Students learn to work on an assignment as a team, which seeks out and even crosses the boundaries of the three fields of study, train their intuition and transform it from an idea into an inspired product in a limited time (two weeks). The result can vary from built objects to statements, manifestos, plans and visions and ideas. In the summer, the Artists in Residence invite the students to further study a particular assignment for a whole week. View the assignments and results from various years in this dossier.