Oct 27, 2014

International architecture workshop in Rome promoted by Archistart

SketchUp texture, is pleased to introduce and supporting the 'latest initiative from our friends archiSTART: live an architecture holiday in Rome partecipate in an international workshop togheter with 100 youngsters and win an internship.

architecture holiday in Rome promote by Archistart

archiSTART promotes IAH Rome, an international architecture workshop, incorporated within a holiday, created in order to generate interactive experiences between students and young graduates under the age of 32 years.

100 young people from all corners of the world can live together for six days sharing ideas and gaining essential experience while immersed in the architecture and entertainment of the eternal city: Rome. 

The innovative aspect of this initiative is the breaking of classical learning processes simultaneously pointing to several factors:

- Integration and cultural exchanges between students from around the world within a single working environment, with the possibility of refining language skills and learning different styles of lives and cultures.

- Discover the secret corners of the city through guided tours and during  leisure time.

- Experience first REAL project situations in close contact with tutors and professionals helping to ignite, and develop, a passion for architecture.

- Experience REAL competition through an internal competition that will ensure compelling participation and attention in the Workshop working at 100 meters from the Colosseum.

- A chance to compete for internships at two studios both based in Rome,  in order to reward the most deserving participants with a direct path into the working world.

- Fun, assured by the atmosphere and continuous organization of events, parties and initiatives, including the grand New Year’s Eve party.

Registration open from 15 october to 12 december 2014

We encourage those interested to hurry to get in touch !

for all additional info, program , faq, contact click HERE 

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