The Indian Leaders were interested in the challenges Spain faces in architecture and design, or the trends and differences in urbanism between Madrid and Barcelona. VII edition activity summary
The Indian Leaders visited the new IE Tower, an avant-garde urban campus and a benchmark for innovation in learning which, at 180 meters high, is the fifth tallest skyscraper in the capital and the seventh tallest in Spain, and one of the few vertical campuses in Europe.
There they were received by the Associate Deans of the IE School of Architecture & Design University, David Jeffrey Goodman and Cristina Mateo, and the President of the Center for Sustainable Cities and director of the future Bachelor in Urban Studies, Manuel Pérez Romero, who introduced the Indian leaders to the studies offered by the institution in the field of architecture and design. The Indian participants also had the opportunity to learn about the facilities, services and methodology of IE School of Architecture & Design University.
The Indian leaders were interested in the challenges facing Spain in architecture and design, the trends and differences in urban planning between the two cities of Spain with the greatest international projection -Madrid and Barcelona- and other issues related to spatial organization in Spain. On the other hand, they shared with IE representatives their experiences, challenges and opportunities of the Indian cities they come from: Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bangalore and Coimbatore.