The dictionary describes an “architect” as a “professional, one who designs and develops buildings, draws up plans, and later initiates and monitors their execution.” To a larger extent, this corresponds to the usual job description. The academic architectural training is certainly based on preparing for the role of the Architect-planner and Architect-builder. But what profession can claim to be clearly cut in our times?
For the 7th issue of HORIZONTE we seek contributions that go beyond the limits of architecture and deliver new approaches to the questions at hand. Whether in the form of essays, projects or research – we are interested in observations that explore, question and perhaps even force a new derivative.
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“HORIZONTE – Journal for Architectural Discourse” is an interdisciplinary and collaborative effort of students from the School of Architecture, the School of Design and the School of Media Studies and is an independent student organization. It has been designed at Bauhaus-Universität, in Weimar.