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Work at home?

When the dark and cold days come to Lund sometimes it’s hard to get yourself out of your room. I catch myself very often doing nothing and having problems with finding motivation to study. Few days ago I brought part of the project home to have it all the time on my mind. Does it feel good when school work … Continue reading

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Field Study: China

At the beginning of October Sudes went to China, specifically Beijing and Tianjin. For the first part we were in Tianjin and we did a design charette with local university students as well as some from a university in Beijing. It was an intense couple of days. Many us finished our group projects minutes before the competition deadline. Also we … Continue reading

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SUDes goes to China!

As each year the course Sustainable Urban Dynamics goes for a study trip to explore processes of rapid urbanization. This year the trip took place in first half of October in Tianjin and Beijing. Our project site is located in Tianjin and we had a chance to get some more insight about its conditions and diversity of the city. We … Continue reading

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Classes: Urban Processes

 

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Semester in Review: January

School started on the 18th of January and it was great to see friends and new faces again. I was surprised actually by how much smaller my class was for my Sustainable Urban Landscape course. Right now we are 20 in the course where as last semester in the studio class we were 45 or 47 people. On the first … Continue reading

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My Best Semester in Lund

Last semester, my third semester at Lund was the best one of my Master in Architecture degree. I took the course Urban Dynamics. It was a really interesting and well organised course. As part of the course we had a twelve day trip to China, where our site was located. The school completely organized the trip for us and even … Continue reading

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What I Didn’t Realize About my Program Before Arriving.

Coming from the United States, undergraduate courses (bachelor level) are separate from graduate level course (master’s level). Usually the only people who are able to take graduate level courses are people who are at the senior level in their studies. Part of me assumed my class would be made up of only those who were admitted into my program. Not … Continue reading

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