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In the bachelor courses offered by DDF, students will learn the core skills of architectural geometry, strongly integrated with digital techniques and computational design processes. Rather than a “step-by-step” methodology, where students first learn analogue and subsequently digital techniques, the courses adopt a methodology that favour cross-pollination and integrative workflows.

This offers students not only the basic understanding of architectural geometry and geometric construction but also varied techniques and the ability to take advantage of state-of-the-art digital design processes and adopt them into their design vocabulary. In the bachelor courses offered by DDF, students will learn the core skills of architectural geometry, strongly integrated with digital techniques and computational design processes. Rather than a “step-by-step” methodology, where students first learn analogue and subsequently digital techniques, the courses adopt a methodology that favour cross-pollination and integrative workflows. This offers students not only the basic understanding of architectural geometry and geometric construction but also varied techniques and the ability to take advantage of state-of-the-art digital design processes and adopt them into their design vocabulary.

Current Bachelor Courses

Integrative Digital Methods

Bachelor Course

SS24 - LV1720802

Terra Timber

BSc & MSc Course

SS24 - LV1720810

Previous Bachelor Courses

ReSidence

BSc & MSc 1:1 Project

WS23/24

ReGrow

BSc & MSc

SS23/24  - LV1720822