Architectural Innovation Workshop (TIA)- Curso 2105/2016
January 12, 2016
Architectural Innovation Workshop subject of fifth degree course in Architecture, is an example of the commitment of Escuela Politécnica Superior CEU San Pablo in R + D + i. It seeks to train students in research, innovation and entrepreneurship, from the perspective and the imprint of the future architect to develop products tailored to the real needs in cooperation with companies, and public and private institutions products.
Workshop organizers have had the collaboration of Industrias Metálicas ANRO for its support for innovation and new technologies, relying on Lean Manufacturing; reduction in the consumption of resources and environmental impacts through its Department of Quality and Environment; their entrepreneurship and its adaptation to the economic environment.
The workshop was attended by the CEO ANRO Metal Industries, Rafael Rodriguez; Director of Studies and Contracting Company, Fernando Wirtz, who has regularly collaborated in the project development sessions; Mayor of Estepona, Jose Maria Garcia Urbano, for their support for innovation, which has not only worked to improve the image of their city, but by improving infrastructure, waste management and promote educational campaigns on responsible consumption; the director of the Department of Architecture and Design at Escuela Politécnica Supeior, Pablo Campos; Professor of the course Building Facilities, Felix Aramburu; responsible for managing the Electronic Meeting System Workshop, Irene Galdeano and the head of architectural innovation workshop and principal investigator of the research group `Rebirth-INhabit’ EPS, Juan Manuel Ros.
The work done in this workshop highlights, on the one hand the importance of considering the industrialization phase component from the earliest stages of architectural design and on the other the importance of introducing in the current educational model of open innovation concepts promote the exchange of knowledge between seemingly unrelated fields.secondly, the importance of introducing in the current educational model of open innovation concepts to promote the exchange of knowledge between seemingly unrelated fields.