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Cultural Activities

At the La Salle School of Architecture we propose the question: what role should the university play in the international education of its students. In this regard, we believe that besides strictly academic training, students must be offered a broad cultural view of the world to awaken in them new concerns. We want our school to be a living institution that enriches the global education of our students through:


Conferences are scheduled in which architects, photographers and personalities in culture at large express their thoughts. The inaugural class of the academic year 2010-2011 was in charge of internationally renowned architect, Rafael Moneo (Pritzker Architecture Prize 1996). At this conference, the architect gave a summary of his professional history and presented the book “Rafael Moneo. Notes on 21 works. ”


During Architecture Days, different lecturers participate to delve deeper into a current theme. The school has always attempted to be a center of debate and analysis of architectural proposals submitted to cities; for this reason, in 2010 with the collaboration of the Barcelona City Council, different solutions to reforming Barcelona’s Avenida Diagonal were presented, discussed and subjected to debate.

Travelling Exhibitions

The school welcomes annually several exhibitions with the collaboration of institutions like Colegio de Arquitectos de Cataluña, el Colegio de Aparejadores Técnicos de Cataluña, la Fundación Caja de Arquitectos and other schools of architecture both in Spain and abroad.

Student Activities Expositions

Exhibitions held within the school itself, so that students are aware of the activities taking place in other courses and can share their experiences.

Patio of Flowers

The school participates annually in the exhibition “Tiempo de Flores” (Flower Time), organized annually by Gerona City Council, to create a real proposal for one of the patios of the city. An internal competition is held in which teams of students make proposals. Each proposal is then submitted to a vote and the winner gets to develop their idea. In this way, students participate in a real project and work together as a team.


Publications of books by the school’s teachers as well as of work carried out by our students.


Trips are organized to different countries so that students have to opportunity to value architecture “in situ”, attending workshops with other universities or visiting developing projects in places like New York, Los Angeles, Madrid, Lyon, Oslo, etc.

Sant Joan de La Salle, 42
08022 Barcelona (Spain)
Phone: +34 932 902 405

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