There are two key requirements for any thesis:
- A thesis needs to be an intellectual proposition that is supported by proofs and is therefore put forward for discussion. A master thesis needs to be presented as a well- researched and adequately supported argument but it does not need to be an original or unique contribution to the field. Your thesis can begin with an urgent question about the world we live in, and progresses as you define how architecture can address this question.
- Your thesis needs to critically and creatively engage the practice of architecture
The goal of the winter term TR&D II studio is to provide a framework of lectures, workshops and scheduled deliverables that support your individual research and design work while working directly with your thesis supervisor.