IAAC Global Summer School: BSSA Mumbai

This year, the IAAC Global Summer School (GSS) implemented a distributed educational model which generated a dynamic network based on distributed knowledge and collective actions. This network consisted of collaboration with various experts and professionals around the world including Dipal Kothari-Chhaya and Atrey Chhaya, who led the student group at the Balwant Sheth School of Architecture in Mumbai, and Cesare Griffa who collaborated with both groups from Turin through lectures and presentations.

While students at IAAC in Barcelona were exploring ways to make their BCN SuperBlock more efficient, the students in India were tasked with the same for their own Mumbai SuperBlock. Throughout the summer school, students in Mumbai took part in all of the various tutorials for Ecotect, Rhino, Grasshopper, and Arduino via web conferencing as they prepared their proposals for the final project.

Students in both locations took part in all of the Open Lectures that were broadcasted live from various locations around the world including: Barcelona, Turin, and the United States.

About the IAAC Global Summer School
The IAAC Global Summer School (GSS) is testing a distributed educational model seeking to generate a dynamic network based on distributed knowledge and collective actions.

IAAC GSS is taking place simultaneously in Barcelona, Turin and Mumbai. Students located in Barcelona (IAAC) and Mumbai (BSSA) will work under the same thematic research sharing seminars as well as broadcasted lectures from Barcelona, Mumbai, Turin, and Texas.

Self<a>rchitecture is an agenda, with both research and educational goals, that combines science and technology with architecture and urban planning.

Throughout the program students will work in collaboration with many experts in the fields of environmental research and information technology including: Urbiotica, Masimo Banzi (Arduino), Usman Haque (Pachube), Thales Alenia Space, Nikos Salingaros, Dhananjay Gadre, Andrew Pane, Carlo Ratti (MIT SENSEable City Lab), Autodesk, McNeel Europe, and more.

Follow the summer school blog at: www.iaac.net/globalschool

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