Participants of the Master Class are professional architects, planners or landscape architects from all over the world. They partake in the Master Class program as part of their lifelong learning program. Both the program with renowned international visiting critics and the design topic are attractive to an international, multi-disciplinary audience.
The structure of the Master Class program is multi-layered, in order for participants to profit from a multitude of influences and to accommodate requirements from young and more established professionals. Stadslab participants can be found among the following groups:
Architects, urban designers/planners, with a minimum of ten years of practical experience, an academic degree in Architecture, Urban Design, City Planning, Landscape Architecture or equivalent, and the ambition to update and further their knowledge and skills on (European) Design issues.
Architects, urban designers/planners or landscape architects with a minimum of two years of professional experience, holding a Master’s degree in Architecture, Urban Design, City Planning, Landscape Architecture or equivalent, that wish to further their studies on (European) Urban Design issues.
Young Professionals (graduate students)
Based upon a strong motivation and relevant experience on the central topic of a program, in some cases graduate students may be accepted to participate in the Master Class program. Students need to be in their final phase of a graduate / Master course and have a workable knowledge of the English language, both written and spoken.* All participants need to have a workable knowledge of the English language, both written and spoken.