Visual JournalSummer Course

Corequisite Course(s)
Major Discipline(s)
Design
Available
Session 4: Architecture & Design session
Credit(s)
1

The visual journal is a process-driven, analytical tool where you record drawn inquiries for this course, as well as for studio, study tours, and self-driven studies. The focus of this course is for you to develop skills on facilitating better explorations and understandings of what you perceive: observing, analyzing, and communicating the diverse conditions and possibilities of the physical environments and objects that surround us.

Related Discipline(s)

This summer course would also be of interest to the following discipline(s):
Urban Design

Faculty

Sine Lindholm

DIS Copenhagen Faculty

Architect MAA (Aarhus School of Architecture, 2014). Own practice since 2014 working with a phenomenological focus and experimental approach in architectural assignments, competitions, and artistic work from stay at artist residencies. Former employed at SLETH, AVPD, BriqGroup. With DIS since 2016.

Michela Nota

DIS Copenhagen Faculty

M.A.A Landscape Architect, Genova University (2013). Consultant, Landscape Architecture studios in Italy. Created an organization based on redevelopment of abandoned landscape and environmental education (META). Intern, Jac Studios (2015). Consultant, CITITEK (2015-present). Works in an urban design studio specializing in collecting and analyzing data about human scale in urban spaces, recent projects with Norwegian municipalities. With DIS since 2016.

Jeanette Hendeliowitz

DIS Copenhagen Faculty

Architect, M.A.A. (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, 1986). Bachelor in town planning (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, 1980). Own design office since 2008. Design work includes interior design, exhibition design, graphic design as well as furniture design. Employment among others at Peter Marino Architects, New York 1991-93), Bysted Design, Copenhagen 1993-1996), Site Architects, New York 1996-97), Mancini Duffy Architects, New York 1997-98), Vilhelm Lauritzen’s Office, Copenhagen, 1998-2008). With DIS from 2012.

Graphic Design, Jeanette Hendeliowitz