This master consists of two main disciplines: Architecture and Urbanism. Depending on the direction chosen, students are trained as an architect or urban designer. The difference between the two lies mainly in the scale of research and design of the built environment. While architecture deals roughly with the level of the building, the building ensemble and even a smaller scope, urban planning starts right here and zooms out much further. Within the scale area, you learn to design spatially. You base this on a broad and thorough analysis and extensive preliminary research of the site and building typology, of the program, references, historical precedents, theory and innovative developments.