The core BA programme “Architecture and Urbanism” is based upon international experience in architectural education and it is unique for Ukraine. The students master the basic competences in architecture and project work through on-going practice and design of individual projects in the Studio, which provides a realistic project work environment for architects.
One-year preparatory course to get acquainted with architecture and urbanism. The course focuses on the basic humanitarian challenges and crucial architectural skills. The students acquire theoretical and practical skills, gradually master unique disciplines and create their own projects.
A course for teenagers in architecture, graphics and aesthetics, urbanism and spatial thinking. The studios plunge the students into project work and team work, get them interested in architecture and provide an opportunity to make their first creative projects.
“Preserving Historical and Cultural Heritage at the Time of War”. Presentation by Iryna Matsevko as part of the lecture series “Scholars at War”
March 24, 16:00 EEST
CENTER FOR JEWISH STUDIES
As part of the Scholars at War Lecture Series, a webinar on Preserving Historical and Cultural Heritage at the Time of War: The Case of Kharkiv was held to discuss issues of preserving the heritage of destroyed cities while rebuilding in a new way after the war ends. They considered the impact of war on the transformation of cities as living spaced, as places of commemoration, and as population centers, whose demographic make up will be impacted by the war.
/ Artem Kharchenko – a historian and project coordinator at the Kharkiv’s Center for Interethnic Relations Research in Eastern Europe.
/ Iryna Matsevko – a historian and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the Kharkiv School of Architecture.
/ Yuriy Radchenko – a historian and co-founder and the Director of the Center for Interethnic Relations Research in Eastern Europe in Kharkiv.