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The fifth year of architectural education at the Iceland University of the Arts is devoted to further exploring and expanding both the meaning and scope of architecture and architects’ societal responsibility

This is done by creating a learning environment that incites students and their educators  to respond to global challenges whilst creating conditions to locally engage as active citizens in their communities.  

The goal of the  architectural department is to support students developing knowledge, skills, traits, attitudes, and behaviours necessary for becoming ethical professionals and cosmopolitan citizens, by advancing new political agencies to co-design healthier, safer, and a fairer world, in a changing social, ecological, and political environment.  

These exhibited students’ projects speak of architectures that emphasize the plural, collective and collaborative nature of the practice of architecture. Architectures can be used in multiple ways; as critical processes of inquiry, as vehicles to raise social awareness, as tools for collective imagination, and as a collaborative project aimed at caring for and repairing the spaces for the common good. These projects use architectures as an instrument for care.  


Massimo Santanicchia, PhD 

Head of the Department of Architecture  

Sahar Ghaderi, PhD 

 Programme director of the Master in Architecture  

Curator of the exhibition  

Jan Dobrowolski 



Ágúst Skorri Sigurðsson  

Heiða Sigrún Pálsdóttir  

Hildur Elísabet Árnadóttir  

Rakel Kristjana Arnardóttir 

Sigrún Perla Gísladóttir 

Una Mjöll Ásmundsdóttir 



Andri Gunnar Lyngberg Andrésson  

Garðar Snæbjörnsson  

Massimo Santanicchia  

Sahar Ghaderi 


Vernissage: May 11th at 16:00 – 18:00

Opening hours: 11th to 19th May from 13:00 to 17:00

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