Typically offered biannually, the Architecture Study Abroad (ASA) Summer Program in Europe is a unique summer course that features two weeks of preparatory drawing and guidebook workshops at Washington University, followed by four weeks of field study in Europe. Students travel by train to visit and study approximately 100 of the most significant contemporary buildings and urban sites in Europe.
This unforgettable and enriching experience is closely related to the history survey classes about modern and contemporary European architecture. It also focuses on the development of hand drawing as a fundamental analytical and creative skill for architects.
The program is taught by Washington University faculty and is open to sophomores and juniors.
For more information, please contact:
ASA Program Director