28 August 2020
20th Century Mass-Housing RE3
This course gives a wide overview of the architectural solution of the residential development in Moscow of the 20th century. Following an introduction to the history of architecture and urban development in Moscow during the century of experiments will be surveyed with special reference to the works of Russian Avant-garde.
Students can also start an intensive Russian course without any prior knowledge of language or can improve their Russian proficiency. The course aims to improve listening, reading, writing and speaking skills, practice and expand students’ vocabulary and knowledge of grammar and phonetics
Nikolai Vassiliev, Ph.D., MGSU “Architecture” Chair associated professor, DOCOMOMO Russia Secretary General
The course addresses students of any specialization especially Architecture and Urban Studies and related subjects, such as History, Design, Urban Sociology and Anthropology or Fine Arts. Basic sketching and graphical tools (hand or computer) skills are required. An elementary knowledge of XX century architecture and urban planning is welcome but not necessary.
Students will gain the opportunity to explore Moscow urban fabric and study key problems and opportunities specific to modern metropolis. This course will combine theoretical studies delivered through lectures and fieldwork in the urban environment in Moscow heading to producing own or small team design project. Students will improve their visual representation skills, spatial analysis proficiencies as well as public presentation competency.
Upon successful completion of summer course students will be awarded with 3 ECTS credits and 1 additional ECTS credit for completion of Russian language course.
EUR 600: The course fee includes:
• tuition (Russian language course included)
• accommodation in MGSU dormitories
• teaching materials
• 2 field trips and company visits
• internet access on campus and dormitory
• cultural program