New institutes and educational programmes from 2014
When studies commence in 2014, KADK are launching a new academic structure, which means that we are organising our degree programmes in a new way under the School of Architecture, the School of Design and the School of Conservation.
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Seven new institutes that gather the DNA of KADK: practice, science and art. The framework for the new academic structure will be seven new institutes lead by seven new Heads of Institute.
The School of Conservation constitutes one of the seven new institutes. A further three institutes have been established under the School of Architecture – Institute of Architecture and Culture, Institute of Architecture, Town and Landscape, and Institute of Architecture and Technology, respectively. Under the School of Design, two institutes have been established – Institute of Visual Design and Institute of Product Design, respectively, and across the School of Architecture and the School of Design, the Institute of Architecture and Design has been set up.
“Everybody at KADK is to collaborate more across the disciplines than before – and in that way create higher quality and stronger graduates. The new cross-disciplinary institute is to take the lead and create completely new results,” says Lene Dammand Lund. The institute will have newly employed Mathilde Aggebo as its Head. She comes from a position as Head of Institute at Design School Kolding and is looking forward to the entirely new area.
“We consider ourselves bridge-builders across all of KADK. We are to create new products and results across architecture and design – and create new graduates who can make their mark out in the world,” says Mathilde Aggebo. Work on the new academic structure at KADK will continue over the coming months, where teachers are to submit their placement requirements. Subsequently, students will be associated with the new institutes from the next academic year.
There is plenty to choose from – more than 30 programmes at Bachelor’s and Master’s level, which are to shape tomorrow’s conservators, architects and designers.
Read more about the School of Architecture’s programmes here:
- Institute of Architecture and Culture by Peter Thule Kristensen
- Institute of Architecture, City and Landscape by Katrine Lotz
- Institute of Architecture and Technology by David Garcia
Read more about the joint programme of School of Design and School of Architecture here:
Read more about the School of Design’s programmes here:
Read more about the School of Conservation’s programme here: