I have just returned from a presentation trip of our architecture educational tours programme to some of the most interesting architecture firms in Madrid and Copenhagen.
It has been an amazing week where I had the chance to present our projects and the benefits of hosting our events to many inspiring architects and architecture firms.
As told, our architecture firms and buildings educational tours are designed to provide young architects, interior designers, architects and students of architecture an opportunity to experience and learn about the new boundaries of architecture: an educational tour is always a chance to be inspired by breaking-through architects while visiting the most renowned studios; to learn the architecture philosophy of the most influential architecture firms in the world with fun and interactive sessions outside the monotonous routine; to experience some of the most awarded buildings guided by their creators; to socialize and interact with people from all walks of life and retain memories for longer periods, and gain knowledge more effectively.
But it is not only a chance for the attending students and architects, it is even a chance for the architecture firms to present themselves or their projects to a wider audience, the Architectours.it network! In the meanwhile, they can even know and evaluate motivated students and architects searching for a job or a new position for future recruitment and activate corporate social responsibility activities.
Our architecture educational tours are usually supported by “enlightened” companies that want to present themselves and get in touch and network with architecture firms in a different and smart way by fostering the educational growth of our hosts (students and architects) and by creating unique content to share in their communication activities.
A win-win-win educational tours activity that connects the architects that are shaping the world today, the architects of tomorrow, building materials and design companies.
The awesome architecture firms we met and involved in Copenhagen during this presentation tour are:
COBE Architects a progressive and contemporary community of architects that focuses on architecture and design – from buildings to public space, to large scale urban planning. COBE Architects is situated in a refurbished warehouse centrally located on the Copenhagen harbor front in Nordhavn, Copenhagen, and currently employs approximately 130 dedicated architects, urban planners and administrative staff of different nationalities. They aim to create social interaction through all their projects with an inclusive approach to architecture based on social, practical, economical and environmental issues integrated within the process.