The Public Programs of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft, are a platform for those involved in the fabrication of the city to share their ideas about the understanding, conception and production of the built environment.
Held every Thursday evening throughout the academic year, the Public Programs include the BK Talks and the Berlage Keynotes, as well exhibitions, workshops, seminars and colloquia. These events are aimed at connecting our faculty, students and scholars with the myriad disciplines and cultures that shape our world, with an eye towards cultivating public activities beyond the Delft Campus.
The Public Programs build the Faculty’s relationships with allied institutions and the scholarly community at large. They are an invitation to the broader academic community and public to engage in discussions about the world in which we want to live and reflect on ideas to achieve its transformation.
Did you miss an event of the Public Programs? You can watch the previous events via the BKTUDelft Youtube Playlist.
Read more about the idea behind the BK Public Programs here.