[DELFT] Summer School: Circularity in the Built Environment

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Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment (TU Delft), Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL, Delft


The Circular Built Environment Hub of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment will host the third Summer School on Circularity in the Built Environment from 8 to 10 July 2024. 

The focus will be on the Eurodelta region and its potential to contribute to the transition toward a circular built environment. Over the course of the three days, you will work together with partners of the recently awarded ASSET Interreg project (A Spatial Strategy for the Eurodelta: Boosting a Circular Built Environment) to analyse existing circular practices in the Eurodelta area and use them to trace the dynamic flows of resources and the multiple actors’ synergies across the territory.  

Students (BSc and MSc), PhD candidates, and professionals (architects, urban planners, policy makers) interested in architecture, urban planning, regional design sustainability, and circular economy practices are welcome to apply.

There is a maximum limit of 40 participants.  

Why apply?

  • Expand knowledge on circularity 
  • Learn how to apply Systems Thinking linking short-term actions to long-term resilience
  • Build a network 
  • Experience studying in TU Delft 
  • Meet TU Delft Professors and Researchers 
  • Upgrade your CV

Register here

Tickets: €250. Registration deadline: 21 June 2024. Late registrations have to pay €50 extra.

Read more about the programme on the website.