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Landscape Architecture Extended

Master's degree. Face-to-face.

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2nd EDITION
UPC School

The master's programme BCN Master in Landscape Architecture Extended is focussed on project questions, and management and maintenance of the landscape while maintaining a commitment to current issues. It also places an emphasis on the need to continue investigating the big issues in landscape architecture while at the same time backing the exploration of emerging ideas.

The master's programme BCN Master in Landscape Architecture was founded in 1982 -83, and it was the first masters at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) and the next course will be its 34th anniversary. Throughout this period over 578 professionals have taken this course which covers a very particular niche in the training for professionals in landscape architecture.

The programme is made up of around 80% project work. The 20% remaining involves acquiring knowledge through attending theory-conference classes given by expert professionals as a complement to the design process aspect of all the workshops.

At the end of the course the students will have to prepare a final project which will include spending a period of time in a landscape architect's office and also doing their thesis.

These courses carried out at the UPC are validated by the International Federation of Landscape Architects ¿ Europe (IFLA ¿ Europe) as being equivalent to all the other course that have been taken all over the world in the last 150 years and will allow anyone successfully completing these course to work as a landscape architect all over Europe.

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Aims

  • Develop criteria and basic knowledge in order to enter into the world of aesthetic design and also social, technical and scientific design aspects. 
  • Acquire the knowledge necessary for understanding and evaluating purposes. 
  • Be able to recognise intervention methodologies in landscape through case analysis. 
  • Develop reflective criteria regarding landscape projects and the profession.
  • Have the necessary communication tools and abilities required to be able to work in a multi-disciplinary field.

Who is it for

  • Architects, town planners, technical architects, and building engineers
  • Engineers: agronomic, agricultural, industrial, civil and others
  • Geographers, geologists
  • Professionals in public administration in charge of or working in planning projects in urban and non-urban areas
  • Environmental consultants
  • Other professionals qualified in technical areas sensitive to interventions in the landscapes

Content

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

The master's programme BCN Master in Landscape Architecture Extended is an intensive programme (developed over 18 months) made up of four core or postgraduate workshops, three intensive international workshops, one critique on contemporary landscape projects and a final project. This final project will involve a period of work experience in a landscape architect's office for a minimum of 10 weeks along with a thesis, and each student's personal and critical research project. 

Each workshop will deal with current and real situations presented in a specific social and economic context. The first stage of the project will be a proposed field visit with the students organised in multi-discipline groups to carry out the project. 

These workshops will be led by expert teachers in the field of intervention and with recognised professional experience. They will be responsible for tutoring and managing, through correcting and guiding the students in their projects. 

The lectures and conferences will be given by recognised and experienced academics and professionals to help the students gain the required knowledge and understanding of the concepts applicable to their projects. 

A corrective assessment will be carried out half-way through the workshop (week 3) and a final presentation (week 6) at the end of the course.
View the academic path for the course in this diagram

Modules

The master's degree programme is organized into the following modules. If you don't wish to take the entire master's degree you can sign on one or several modules.

Green Urban: Urban Green with Natural Spaces

Postgraduate course face-to-face. Start date: 10/01/2017. Barcelona

Water Systems: Coasts, Rivers, Agriculture

Postgraduate course face-to-face. Start date: 07/03/2017. Barcelona

Tourism: New Uses for Old Territories

Postgraduate course face-to-face. Start date: 30/05/2017. Barcelona

Public Space Project

Postgraduate course face-to-face. Start date: 10/10/2017. Barcelona

Intensivo Internacional. El Espacio Público Verde

Lifelong learning course face-to-face. Start date: 12/12/2016. Barcelona

Intensivo Internacional. Agua y Turismo

Lifelong learning course face-to-face. Start date: 09/05/2017. Barcelona

Intensivo Internacional. Rehacer Paisages

Lifelong learning course face-to-face. Start date: 17/07/2017. Barcelona

Subjects

Taller A1. El Proyecto del Espacio Público
9 ECTS. 62 teaching hours.
The first module of the Masters is The Public Space Project and the duration of the course is six weeks. It's an introduction to the urban context particularly in the public spaces in the city of Barcelona, and addresses the urban planning and strategies in the public space area.
Taller A2. El Proyecto del Espacio Público
9 ECTS. 63 teaching hours.
The second module of the workshop Public Space Project, which takes place over a period of six weeks. The emphasis is on the strategy of details, looking at things on the small scale found in urban public spaces.
Intensivo Internacional 1. Entre el Espacio Público y el Verde
2 ECTS. 25 teaching hours.
International Intensive Course. A one-week course. The aim of this intensive workshop is to present a personal vision in landscape projection of a professional-teacher of recognised prestige in the field. The idea is to show the students international professional contexts different form the Catalan ones and to widen their local vision and understanding. The theme will be determined by the invited professor, but will be related to and taught in parallel with the first two main master¿s workshops, the Public Space Project and the Green Systems
Taller B1: Los Sistemas del Verde: del Verde Urbano a los Espacios Naturales
9 ECTS. 62 teaching hours.
First module of the Green Systems Workshop. A six-week course which works with the concept of ¿perturbations¿, analysing and projecting onto damaged areas such as quarries, rubbish dumps or forest fires and following the general theme of the Workshop.
Taller B2. Los Sistemas del Verde: del Verde Urbano a los Espacios Naturales
9 ECTS. 63 teaching hours.
Second module of the Green Systems Workshop. A six-week course complementing the first workshop, focussing on the concept of green infrastructure, although at the same time of a different nature with a change of project placement in line with the general workshop theme.
Taller C1. El Proyecto de los Sistemas del Agua.
9 ECTS. 62 teaching hours.
First module of the Water Systems Workshop. A six-week course on a grand scale, analysing the environment at approximately 1:5000 and following the general theme of the Workshop. It is the project of sea-front promenades, fluvial areas, wet lands, etc. focussed on how to work in a better way with degraded spaces, trying to increase our knowledge of the consequences of the interaction between water and land on the vegetation, and from the point of view of transformation, management and maintenance.
Taller C2. El Proyecto del Sistema del Agua
9 ECTS. 63 teaching hours.
Second module of the Water Systems Workshop. A six-week course working on a much more reduced scale, trying to understand the mechanisms involved in water cycles, and to look at hydraulic systems as a  way of reading the land. The workshop is centred on studying those spaces where the water erosion of the land has a prominent role in shaping the landscape.
Intensivo Internacional 2. El Agua y el Turismo
2 ECTS. 25 teaching hours.

International Intensive Course 2. A one-week course. The aim of this intensive workshop is to present a personal vision in landscape projection of a professional-teacher of recognised prestige in the field. The idea is to show the students international professional contexts different form the Catalan ones and to widen their local vision and understanding. The theme will be determined by the invited professor, but will be related to and taught in parallel with the two secondary masters workshops, Water Systems and Tourism: New Uses for Old Lands.

Taller D1: El Turismo: Nuevos Usos para Antiguos Territorios
9 ECTS. 62 teaching hours.
First module of the Tourism Workshop: New Uses for Old Territories. A six-week course dealing with the ever increasing influence of tourism on the economy sector, but also its inevitable relationship with the landscape. Massive tourism, particularly the sun and beach model, has often been associated with property speculation and the exploitation of resources.
Taller D2. El Turismo: Nuevos Usos para Antíguos Territorios
9 ECTS. 63 teaching hours.

Second module of the Tourism Workshop: New Uses for Old Territories. A six-week course following the same line as the first module, working in places where the change in the use of the land strongly affects the landscape. Usually working in the same location, emphasising different aspects of the land and achieving projects which are different from the first ones but at the same time perfectly complementary. 

The workshop is structured around three basic areas of work and investigation developed at the same time: developing a deeper understanding of the complex effects of the tourism phenomenon on land and service industries through conferences by specialists in the field; systematising the study of landscape using conventional and non-conventional methods of landscape analysis suitable for the new generation of cartographers with the use of the Geographic Information Systems; and finally, exploring from inside the project the instruments for planning and management, trying out alternative materials and innovative touristic products.
Internacional Intensivo. Rehacer Paisajes
6 ECTS. 100 teaching hours.

International Intensive Course 3. It is held over two weeks at the end of the course, with classes from 10h to 14h and 16h to 21h.

It aims to provide master students the opportunity to work with recognized and emerging figures in the landscape field, both academics and professionals worldwide. Teachers are invited to propose, from a personal approach, his themes and methodologies. The worked issues are debated under a wide perspective (project planning, analytical, diagnostic), and are present in the landscape reality: the project of public space within the limits of the Mediterranean metropolis, the introduction of urban or tourist uses in specific landscapes, such as the coast, etc..

Contemporary Projects Desing Critique
8 ECTS. 48 teaching hours.
This subject will develop a reflection on the landscape projection mechanisms, starting from the analysis of good European practices based on selected and award-winning projects from the Biennial International of Landscape Architecture and the books of Landscape Architecture Europe (LAE)
Proyecto Final Máster
30 ECTS. 250 teaching hours.

In the first part of this course the students will undergo an immersion period of 250 hours of work experience in some international or national landscape offices where we have a collaboration agreement. A professional tutor will be assigned to each student and welcome them and supervise their progress in the workplace. 
At the same time, the students will have to produce a research project or thesis of a critical nature and showing a holistic vision with regards to all the knowledge assimilated throughout the masters and specifically based on the knowledge acquired during the work experience stage. 
Finally, an oral presentation of their work with digital/visual supports will be evaluated in front of a panel of three or more experts.

The UPC School reserves the right to modify the contents of the programme, which may vary in order to better accommodate the course objectives.

Management & Faculty

Academic management

  • Bellmunt Chiva, Jordi
    Architect by the School of Architecture of Barcelona - ETSAB architect in 1980, since 1982 is professor in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning (UPC). Since 1987 is Professor of the Master of Landscape Architecture (UPC) and since 2000 is its director. From 2000 to 2006, is director of the Higher Certificate in Landscape of the UPC. It is part of the scientific committee of the Paesaggio Architettura journals, Paisea, PaiseaDos, Paysage, Kore and Paisajismo. He is a member of the scientific committee of EURAU'08 (European Congress of Architectural and Urban Research), 'Paisajes 08' and Expopaisaje 2014. Organizes the six European Landscape Biennials of Barcelona. Is a visiting Professor at various university campuses worldwide. He works as an architect and landscape designer. Exhibits and publishes his work in various specialized media and books and articles. He has won major awards throughout his career.

Academic coordination

  • Cervera Alonso de Medina, Marina
    Arquitecta por la ETSAB, graduada superior en Arquitectura del Paisaje (UPC) y Máster en Urbanismo (UPC). Guardonada con varias becas (Fundació Mies van der Rohe, 2001; Fundació Caixa d'Arquitectes, 2002; ha trabajado para Ateliers Jean Nouvel (París), el CRPP y la Oficinal del Paisaje del COAC. Des de 2003 compagina su actividad docente e investigadora con su propio estudio profesional con sede en Barcelona dedicado al urbanismo, a la arquitectura y la arquitectura del paisaje. Actualmente enseña diseño urbano y paisajismo en el taller del Espacio Público del Máster en Arquitectura del Paisaje (FPC). Ex-secretária general de la IFLA-EU (2009-2014), directora del grupo de trabajo ECLAS-IFLA EU y coordinadora y miembro del comité ejecutivo de la 4a-8a Biennal de Arquitectura del Paisaje de Barcelona

Teaching staff

  • Batalla Farré, Mónica
    Arquitecta por la ETSAB (2002), Máster en Arquitectura del Paisaje (UPC 2007), actualmente cursa el Máster Universitario en urbanismo (doctorado, ETSAB). Des del 2000 combina su trabajo como profesional autónoma colaborando con diferentes profesionales en proyectos como D.O Parc Diagonal Mar (Miralles-Tagliabue), D.O Plaça Major de Castellar del Vallès (M.Ruisánchez), Proyecto ejecutivo recuperación paisajística y medioambiental del Club Mediterranée P.N. Cap de Creus (Martí Franch), Proyecto ejecutivo Sistema de Parques Urbanos para el Ctro Direccional de Cerdanyola, Pcto Urbanización recinto histórico Hospital de Santa Creu y St Pau de Barcelona (I.Bennasar). Des de 2012 colabora con HTT Institut Hábitat, Turismo, Territorio (UPC-BCN Tech).
  • Batlle Durany, Enric
    Architect, PhD in architecture in 2002 with the thesis recently published by GG entitled 'The Garden of the Metropolis' and Professor in the Department of Urbanism and Regional Planning of ETSAV. He's specialized in landscaping and has given numerous lectures worldwide. In 1981, together with Joan Roig, creates BATLLE Y ROIG ARQUITECTES, an architectural firm that develops building projects, planning and landscape. His work has won awards both state and international level.
  • Bellmunt Chiva, Jordi
    Architect by the School of Architecture of Barcelona - ETSAB architect in 1980, since 1982 is professor in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning (UPC). Since 1987 is Professor of the Master of Landscape Architecture (UPC) and since 2000 is its director. From 2000 to 2006, is director of the Higher Certificate in Landscape of the UPC. It is part of the scientific committee of the Paesaggio Architettura journals, Paisea, PaiseaDos, Paysage, Kore and Paisajismo. He is a member of the scientific committee of EURAU'08 (European Congress of Architectural and Urban Research), 'Paisajes 08' and Expopaisaje 2014. Organizes the six European Landscape Biennials of Barcelona. Is a visiting Professor at various university campuses worldwide. He works as an architect and landscape designer. Exhibits and publishes his work in various specialized media and books and articles. He has won major awards throughout his career.
  • Blasco Lazaro, Óscar
    Licenciado en Arquitectura por la ETSAB, Máster en Arquitectura del Paisaje (UPC). Arquitecto especialista en proyectos urbanos y paisaje en diversas administraciones públicas. En 2005 forma el despacho SCOB Arquitectura y Paisaje con Sergi Carulla, el trabajo del cual está dedicado principalmente a desarrollar proyectos de espacio público y paisaje. Ha obtenido premios en concursos de arquitectura y paisaje como el 1er Concurso de Paisajismo Santa & Cole de la Biennal Europea de Paisaje. Su trabajo fue expuesto en las 5 últimas ediciones de la misma Biennal y está publicado en diversas revistas especializadas. Profesor del MAP, ha sido profesor invitado en la Università di Roma LaSapienza.
  • Bonet Asensi, Anna
    Arquitecta por la ETSAB (2006) i Máster en Arq. del Paisaje (2011). Arquitecta paisajista durante 7 años en el estudio Ruisánchez Arquitectes desenvolupando proyectos de paisaje y diseño de mobiliario urbano. Formó parte del equipo redactor que ganó el 1er premio del Concurso Internacional para el Masterplan de la costa de Salerno (Italia, 2009); finalista del concurso del Parque Lineal de la Sagrera (Barcelona, 2011) y finalista del concurso Les Portes (Barcelona, 2012). Desenvolupó con M. Ruisánchez el proyecto del Parque del río Guell de Vilablareix (Girona, finalista de la 6a Biennal Europea del Paisaje). Actualmente compagina su actividad como freelance con su práctica docente como profesora asistente del MAP de la UPC y en el Máster de Jardineria y Paisajismo de la UPV.
  • Carulla Altadill, Sergi
    Licenciado en Arquitectura por la ETSAB, Máster en Arquitectura del Paisaje, actualmente realiza el Doctorado del DUOT-ETSAB. Arquitecto especialista en proyectos urbanos y pasaje en diferentes administraciones públicas durante más de 10 años. El 2005 forma el despacho SCOB Arquitectura y Paisaje con Oscar Blasco, dedicado al desenvolupamiento de proyectos de espacio público y paisaje. Premiado en concursos de arquitectura y paisaje, Premio Diputació de Barcelona (2006) a la categoria de espacios exteriores y 1er Concurso de Paisajismo Santa&Cole de la Bienal Europea de Paisaje. Su trabajo ha sido expuesto en las 5 últimas ed. de la misma y publicado en diveras revistas especializadas.
  • Ceccon, Paolo
    Arquitecto. Profesor de Composición Arquitectónica y Urbana en la Universidad IUAV de Venecia. Profesor del Máster de Arquitectura de Paisaje en Milán. En 2006 fundó con Laura Zampieri czstudio asociado para desarrollar proyectos, logros y arquitectura de la investigación y el paisaje. Participó en numerosos concursos de arquitectura, recibiendo premios y reconocimientos. Finalista en los 2008 V "Premio Europeo de Paisaje Rosa Barba" Bienal de Paisaje de Barcelona, y la Medalla de Oro de Arquitectura italiana 2012. Entre sus publicaciones: Le Corbusier-Khan. Palacios para el Congreso (Unicopli, Milán 2000), y cualquier otro espacio (GANGEMI, Roma 2005), paisajes de la producción (Quodlibet, Macerata, 2012).
  • Cervera Alonso de Medina, Marina
    Arquitecta por la ETSAB, graduada superior en Arquitectura del Paisaje (UPC) y Máster en Urbanismo (UPC). Guardonada con varias becas (Fundació Mies van der Rohe, 2001; Fundació Caixa d'Arquitectes, 2002; ha trabajado para Ateliers Jean Nouvel (París), el CRPP y la Oficinal del Paisaje del COAC. Des de 2003 compagina su actividad docente e investigadora con su propio estudio profesional con sede en Barcelona dedicado al urbanismo, a la arquitectura y la arquitectura del paisaje. Actualmente enseña diseño urbano y paisajismo en el taller del Espacio Público del Máster en Arquitectura del Paisaje (FPC). Ex-secretária general de la IFLA-EU (2009-2014), directora del grupo de trabajo ECLAS-IFLA EU y coordinadora y miembro del comité ejecutivo de la 4a-8a Biennal de Arquitectura del Paisaje de Barcelona
  • Cumplido Valls, Marcelo
    Arquitecto por la Escuela de Arquitectura de Valencia (2005), Máster en Arquitectura del Paisaje (2008). Profesor asistente en el Taller Los Sistemas del Verde, del MAP. Prácticas de empresa en el despacho Ximo Sanchis (Valencia, 2005), colaboraciones en el estudio de Beatriz Cubells (2006), colaboraciones en el estudio de Ruisánchez Arquitectos, en el grupo de Paisaje donde se desenvuelve como director de proyectos y direcciones de obra como la Adecuación del Parque de la Fontsanta; la recualificación del Frente Martítimo de Salremo; el avance de planeamiento del Sector Norte de Vilanova i la Geltrú, etc.
  • Díaz Ameneiro, Purificación
    Arquitecta por la Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de la Coruña, Máster en Proyectación Urbanística (UPC), DEA por la UPC, actualmente está elaborando su tesis doctoral des del Departamento de Urbanismo y Ordenación del Territorio de la UPC. Forma parte del Equipo BCPN des de 1997.
  • Fiol Duran, Victoria
    Arquitecta por la UPC, Doctoranda del Departamento de Urbanismo y Ordenación del Territorio de la ETSAB. Ha colaborado en el Máster Universitario en Paisajismo y en el Máster de Arquitectura del Paisaje de la UPC desde el 2009 hasta la actualidad, y como Coordinadora del módulo en Intervenciones Paisajísticas en Zonas Urbanas y Turísticas del máster en Paisaje y Restauración de la Universitat de les Illes Balears. Colaboró en el Departamento de Urbanismo y Ordenación del Territorio de la ETSAB en diferentes proyectos. Posteriormente trabajó en el Departamento de Espacio Público de la AMB, realizando proyectos tanto a escala territorial como de espacio público. En la actualidad continúa el ejercicio profesional en su despacho Victoriafiolarquitectes, desarrollando proyectos en las disciplinas de la arquitectura, el urbanismo y el paisaje.
  • Franch Batllori, Martí
    Matrí Franch Batllori, arquitecto del Paisaje (Hons) por la Universidad de Greenwich (UK) e Ingeniero Técnico Agrícola por la UPC. En 1999 funda Estudi Martí Franch arquitectura del paisaje. Los proyectos de EMF han estado reconocidos con diversos premios y publicados internacionalmente. Desde 2001 es profesor de proyectos de paisaje en la UPC y la UAB. Ha impartido clases en el RMIT Maelbourne, ENSP Versailles y AB Amsterdam. Actualmente es Miembro del Consejo de Administración de la Escuela Superior de Paisaje de Versailles y asesor de la Revista Paisea.
  • García García, Miriam
    Arquitecta por la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (1998), Técnico Urbanista por el Instituto Nacional de la Administración Pública (2005), investigadora invitada del Departamento de Arquitectura de Paisaje de la Universidad de Pennsylvania (2015). Jefe de servicio de Urbanismo y Ordenación del Territorio (1999-2003) y Directora General (2003-2007) del Gobierno de Cantabria y en la actualidad dirige Land Lab, laboratorio de Paisajes, con sede en Madrid. Sus trabajos han sido premiados nacional e internacionalmente, como el Premio de la Bienal Española de Arquitectura y Urbanismo (2013). Ha sido profesora invitada del Departamento de Arquitectura de Paisaje de la Universidad de Pennsylvania y es profesora de la Universidad de Zaragoza y del Instituto Nacional de Administración Pública. Asimismo, es ponente habitual de diferentes cursos y talleres relacionados con el paisaje y la planificación y autora de numerosas publicaciones.
  • Ginés Marín, Maurici
    Lighting Designer. Director artec3 Studio. Chair of APDI, Professional member of PLDA, European Lighting Designers Association and of IALD, International Association of Lighting Designers.
  • Goula, Maria
    Maria Goula, architect, Master of Landscape Architecture and PhD in landscape architecture UPC ("The other landscapes; readings variable image").She is currently teacher in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning. Coordinates and teaches the workshop "New Uses for Old Territories: Integrated Tourism" Master of Landscape Architecture, UPC Foundation. Member of organizing committee of the European Landscape Biennial of Barcelona and she has participated in the organization of all six European Landscape Award: Rosa Barba. Member of the team that has elaborated the educational offers for the official landscape post-desgree programs at the ETSAB and director of the Master degree in Landscape ETSAB-ESAB. She is a principal researcher and charter member of the CRPPb, Centre of Landscapes Research and Design of Barcelona.
  • Magrinyà Torner, Francesc
    Ingeniero de Caminos (UPC 1988). Doctor en Urbanismo (ENPC Paris I Sorbonne; 2002). Profesor de urbanismo en el Departamento de Infrastructuras del Transporte y Territorio (UPC). Director técnico exposición Mostra Cerdà. Urbs i Territori (1994). Comisario de la exposición Cerdà 150 años de modernidad (2010).
  • Majoral Pelfort, Anna
    Arquitecta por la Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura del Vallès (ETSAV), máster en Arquitectura del Paisaje, actualmente está cursando el Máster Universitario en Urbanismo (doctorado, ETSAB). Forma parte del Equipo BCPN des de 2001.
  • Mayor Farguell, Xavier
    Ecologist, Biologist
  • Morán Núñez, Francisca Josefa
    Arquitecta y Máster en Arquitectura del Paisaje, des de 2012 crea la empresa especializada en proyectes de paisaje y habitaje (www.pepamoran.com). Actualmente desenvolupa su tesis doctoral. Des de 2005 trabaja como profesora asistente al Máster en Arquitectura del Paisaje de la UPC. Ha trabajado en el equipo de ríos de la Asociación de Municipios del Area Metropolitana de Barcelona (2007-2012). Ha colaborado con: Manuel Ruisánchez Arquitectes SL, Anna Zahonero (az), Estudis Projectes i Paisatge del medi ambient SL i Estudi Martí Franch. Es una de las socias miembro del equipo de redacción de la revista de paisaje Paisea.
  • Pérez Rumpler, Patricia
    Patricia Pérez Rumpler, licenciada en Ecología y Diseño del Paisaje por la Universidad Bodenkuktur de Viena, Austria. Master en Arquitectura del Paisaje por la UPC. Jefa de la Unidad de Paisajismo de la Diputación de Barcelona. Personal docente en el Master de Arquitectura del Paisaje, el Master Universitario de Paisajismo de la ETSAB i en el Master de Architettura del Paesaggio ACMA Milán.
  • Pericas Bosch, Enric
    Arquitecto por la Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona. Máster en Arquitectura del Paisaje. Ha sido arquitecto del Área de Proyectos Urbanos del Ayuntamiento de Barcelona, responsable de la redacción de proyectos de espacio público en la ciudad de Barcelona. Ha sido Director del Servicio de Mobiliario y Elementos Urbanos del Ayuntamiento de Barcelona, y Director de Proyectos Urbanos y edificación de la empresa Municipal ProEixample. Ha diseñado para empresas del sector diversos elementos urbanos, especializándose como diseñador industrial. Director Editor de Elementos Urbanos y de Paisaje de ESCOFET. Presidente de ADI-FAD Asociación de Diseñadores Industriales del FAD. Mantiene el ejercicio liberal de la profesión de arquitecto en la ejecución de obras de espacio público, edificación y diseño industrial así como la actividad docente.
  • Pié Ninot, Ricard
    Ricard Pié Ninot, Doctor arquitecto por la UPC y catedrático de Urbanismo y Ordenación del Territorio en la ETSAV-UPC. Ocupó el cargo de director de Servicios de Planeamiento y Gestión Urbanística del Ayuntamiento de Barcelona (1989-1992), en el período pre-olímpico. Formó parte del equipo redactor del PGM de Barcelona (1974-1976) y ha realizado diferentes planes a lo largo del territorio catalán y español. Ha sido premiado con el Premio Catalunya d¿Urbanisme 2003 y 2011. Es especialista en cuestiones relacionadas con la ordenación del territorio y el turismo, sobre los cuales ha publicado numerosos libros y artículos. Actualmente dirige diversos grupos de investigación sobre estas temáticas.
  • Ruisánchez Capelastegui, Manuel
    Member of the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya since 1982, Professor of Architecture and Landscape in the ETSAV (1982-1992), Professor of Urban Planning at ETSAB since 1992 and at the Master of Landscape since 1991. He has been a visiting professor at Washington University in Saint Louis (1994 and 1996) and at Harvard University (2000). Since 2007 is a Professor of the Laboratory of Landscape at IUAV, Facoltà of Architecture of Venice. Architect of the Project Unit, Metropolitan Corporation of Barcelona (1985-1989), and co-founder of Ruisánchez-Vendrell 1988. In 1997 he founded Ruisánchez Architects. From the beginning of his career he has won numerous competitions in architecture, urban planning and landscape. His work has won several awards as the FAD of Architecture, the Premi Catalunya Construcció 2005 or Premi d'Habitatge Social de Catalunya.
  • Sardà Ferran, Jordi
    Arquitector por la ETSAB-UPC, donde es profesor des de 1990 de Urbanística y de Historia del Paisaje. Profesor del Postgrado de Jardineria de la Escuela de Agricultura de Barcelona (UPC) y del Máster Universitario en Paisajismo (MUP-ETSAB). Alumno y profesor del curso de Postgrado de Arquitectura del Paisaje de la ETSAB. Profesor des de 2007 de Proyectos y Urbanismo de la Escuela de Arquitectura de Reus (URV). Ha sido vocal de Cultura del COAC (2003-2006) y, en esta condición, miembro de la comisión ejecutiva de la III y IV Bienal Europea del Paisaje de Barcelona. En su estudio trabaja proyectos de paisaje, urbanismo y arquitectura.
  • Spanou, Ioanna
    Ioana Spanou, licenciada en arquitectura por la universidad politécnica nacional de Atenas (UPNA). Master en teoría de la arquitectura (UPNA), Master en arquitectura del Paisaje, DUOT, ETSAB. Master oficial en urbanismo, DUOT, ETSAB. Doctoranda en DUOT, ETSAB: Propuesta de tesis bajo el titulo: Topo-logias/ Topo-grafías. Colabora habitualmente como profesora asistente con el MAP y el MUP, con especialidad en el análisis del paisaje y la proyectación.
  • Tenez Ybern, Victor
    Landscape Architect who studied architecture in Barcelona. He combines teaching, private and public practice. He has been Head of Coordination of Urban Planning in the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona and directed the plan of reclamation of fluvial spaces. He teaches Landscape Theory and Landscape Design at the UPC in the same city. He has been invited by several Urban Planning and Landscape Universities like Penn or UIA Venezia and publishes on the same issues.
  • Zahonero Xifré, Anna Maria
    Biologist with a degree from the Universitat de Barcelona and a Master's in Landscape Architecture from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Has been linked to the UPC since 1992 as a founding member and principal researcher of the Centre de Recerca i Projectes de Paisatge. Has developed curricular content for the Master¿s program in Landscape Architecture (1993-2003), for the Graduat Superior program in Landscape Architecture (1998-2004), and for the Màster Universitari in Landscape Architecture (2006-2009). She has been an associate professor in the Departament d¿Urbanisme i Ordenació del Territori since 2001, where her teachings have primarily been in the field of landscape. Having begun her professional activity in 1993, she founded the company (az) Estudis i Projectes de Medi Ambient i de Paisatge S.L.P in 2006, which primarily works on developing projects on landscape insertion, environmental and landscape reports for urban a

General information

Credits
120 ECTS (948 teaching hours)
Start date
Classes start:10/10/2017Classes end:29/03/2019Programme ends: 12/04/2019
Timetable
Monday  16:00 to 21:00Tuesday  16:00 to 21:00Wednesday  16:00 to 21:00Thursday  16:00 to 21:00Friday  16:00 to 21:00
Taught at
ETSAB - Escola Tècnica Superior d'Arquitectura de Barcelona
Av. Diagonal, 649. Edifici A
Barcelona
Contact person
Clara Mas Codina

Telephone: (34) 93 401 64 11
master.paisatge@upc.edu
Degree
Special master's degree issued by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Issued pursuant to art. 34.1 of Organic Law 4/2007 of 12 April, amending Organic Law 6/2001 of 21 December, concerning Universities. To obtain it, is necessary to have an official university qualification or a university qualification equivalent to an EHEA degree, diploma or degree. Otherwise, the student will receive a certificate of completion of the programme issued by the Fundació Politècnica de Catalunya.

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Virtual Campus
The students on this Master's degree will have access to the My_Tech_Space virtual campus, an effective work and communication platform for students, lecturers and course directors and coordinators. My_Tech_Space allows students to find background material for their classes, to work in teams, ask their lecturers questions, consult their marks, etc.
Employment service
Students can access job offers in their field of specialisation on the My_Tech_Space virtual campus. Applications made from this site will be treated confidentially. Hundreds of offers appear annually of the UPC School of Professional & Executive Development Employment service .The offers range from formal contracts to work placement agreements.
Registration fee
12.000 €
See the section Discounts, loans and financial aid for possibilities of advantageous financing conditions.

Applicants are given the option of making a voluntary €5 contribution when formalising their enrolment. As part of the UPC's 0.7% Campaign, this donation will go towards meeting charitable needs in developing countries.

0.7%

Language of instruction
Spanish / English
Payment of enrolment fee
The enrolment fee can be paid:
- In a single payment to be paid within the deadline specified in the letter of admission to the programme
- In two instalments:
  • 60% of the amount payable, to be paid within the deadline specified in the letter of admission to the programme
  • Remaining 40% to be paid up to 90 days at the latest after the starting date of the programme

Related entities

Collaborators

  • Asociación Española de Paisajistas
  • Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya