K.M. Havik

Professor of Methods of Analysis & Imagination
Department of Architecture

Many societal challenges of today have spatial implications, drastically altering the way in which people relate to their surroundings. More inclusive, democratic and site-specific approaches to the design of the built environment are necessary.

Methods of Analysis & Imagination holds a plea to pair in-depth analysis of diverse cultural, spatial and social situations with imaginative thinking about new spatial realities. Specific focus is given to architectural imagination, by investigating creative methods used in architecture and other artistic disciplines to develop new ideas and innovations.