Architecture Typology from TU Berlin focuses closely on building typology. In order to confront current challenges, building typologies are rethought and tools developed that enable nuanced responses to complex questions in the respective context. This is done using established typological methods of analysis and design as well as new, experimental, digital, and speculative practices of creating types.
After the master's degree program in Architecture Typology, the focus of your work is on planning design, construction, and types. Following your degree, you will need to work professionally for at least two years before you may be entered into a German federal state’s list of registered architects.
As an architect, you can be hired to work in architectural offices or work as a freelancer. In addition, you can work in public service, for example with the building authorities or in construction companies and housing associations.
- Digital Architectural Production
- Bioclimatic Design
- Typology Design Studio
- Design Studio
- Scales and Methodology
- Type and Model
- Types and Translation
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
- The formal admission requirement for the consecutive master’s program in Architecture Typology is a first university degree in architecture qualifying the applicant for professional work.
- As the master’s program is taught in English, applicants must submit proof of English skills at CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) level C1. Knowledge of German is useful as some courses/modules are offered in German. However, this is not a condition for admission to studies.
- You can find more information about the application, admission, and selection procedures in the application and admission regulations of the degree program (see the link "Study and examination regulations").
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- €307.54 - semester fees
Living costs for Berlin
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