As of 1st December 2010, the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture will have two new professors, i.e. Architect, Associate Professor, PhD Anders Abraham in Architecture with Artistic Development Work as special field of responsibility and Architect, Associate Professor, PhD Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen in Architecture with Digital Technologies as special field of responsibility.
A transatlantic collaboration between architecture students from the Royal Danish Art Academy in Copenhagen and the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York has produced an innovative installation for the most progressive summer music festival in Denmark. The Project Distortion installation is the centerpiece of the Distortion Music festival in Copenhagen, taking place 2.-6.June 2010.
The research project “Towards a Tectonic Sustainable Building Practice” has a new website in English!
KA10, the school yearbook for the academic year 08/09 is now published. The publication presents a selection of research works and study results
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture has conferred a Doctor of Architecture degree on Reader Finn Barnow on the basis of his doctoral dissertation Træk af byudviklingens historie, bd. 1-4 (Outline of the History of Urban Development, vol. 1-4), covering urban development from c. 5000 BC to c. 1960 AD.
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture now has an advisory board to support the development of the school and ensure an open relationship with the business community.
The basic idea behind this work was developed during a lengthy research stay at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, in Detroit, Michigan.
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture has been awarded DKK 6.6 million for three international Ph.D. scholarships, also known as mobility scholarships.