Barcelona Traditional Architecture Summer School
by Sigurd Randby
The course itself was an enriching mix of good lectures, insightful excursions, and engaging discussions. However, what will remain etched in my memory is the strong sense of community we forged during our time in Barcelona, sharing a common home for those two weeks. This communal experience has left a mark on me, and as I returned home I carried with me a renewed sense of belonging within the architectural realm. The evidence of what we can achieve collectively serves as a reminder of the potential inherent in collaborative efforts.
In essence, the Barcelona Summer School not only broadened my understanding of architectural traditions but also provided me with a tangible and lasting connection to a global community of like-minded individuals passionate about preserving and advancing the heritage of our built environment.
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