Making Architecture: A Free Online Course from the IE School of Architecture and Design

Making Architecture, a course from the IE School of Architecture and Design in Segovia (Spain), “offers a unique insight into the mind and work of an Architect, starting with the basics of the profession and culminating with the production of a scaled site model. The course should act as ideal preparation for those interested in undertaking an undergraduate degree in Architecture, although its flexible, intriguing and enjoyable content makes it accessible for all those looking to increase their knowledge in the field.”

The course description goes on to add:

Delivered primarily by Professors from the IE School of Architecture and design, the course begins by examining the mind-set of an Architect – asking how they think and what they do to train their creative minds, moving on to using inspiration from the environment to stimulate design ideas. Finally, the course concludes by looking at some of the more technical aspects of Architecture – such as composition, form, space and hierarchy – and stressing the importance of creating a story that helps define your design.

This fascinating content is delivered principally from the stunning design studio at  and features external videos from a few beautiful locations in the city of Segovia. Finally, it includes interviews from Pritzker Prize executive director – and Dean of the school of Architecture and design at IE – Martha Thorne, with a number of award winning practising architects such as Sarah Wigglesworth and Cristoph Ingenhoven.

You can take Making Architecture for free by selecting the audit option upon enrolling. If you want to take the course for a certificate, you will need to pay a fee.

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