MA-programme at Royal Danish Academy wins UIA's Innovation in Architectural Education Award

The Master Programme, Architecture and Extreme Environments at Royal Danish Academy has won the UIA - International Union of Architects Innovation in Architectural Education Award.

The MA-programme aims to respond to present and future global challenges through research by design, fine-tuned site-specific strategies and active fieldwork to remote world locations where 1:1 architectural prototypes are put to the test to inform and innovate building design at home and abroad.

Both the Dean of the Royal Danish Academy, Jakob Brandtberg Knudsen and program leader David Garcia are very pleased with the award.

"I am very proud to have received this award, it is an important recognition of the students and their tremendous commitment to inventing new and more sustainable ways to design our society."
- David Garcia, architect and lector.

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