What do we do?
We work with students of Architecture from different universities on: tutorials and project development, monitoring of work, documentation and research. Students can carry out internships as part of the Terrachidia team. In addition, we participate in international congresses and seminars, where we present the results of the different projects and initiatives in which we are involved.
How do we do it?
We work with students from different Master’s Degrees in Heritage and Cooperation so that they can develop their projects with us, especially their Master’s or end-of-degree projects. We also develop various activities in collaboration with research groups from various universities.
We work, or have worked, among others, with the Polytechnic University of Madrid School of Architecture (Spain), both in the Master’s Degree in Heritage Conservation and the postgraduate course ICHaB (UNESCO Chair) and the subject of Basic Habitability; with the Alfonso X El Sabio University (Madrid, Spain); with the University of Girona (Spain); with the ArCHIAM Group from the University of Liverpool (United Kingdom); with the CEPT University (India) and with the University of Notre Dame (Indiana, USA).