New levels of competitiveness have arisen in the labor market in the field of Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC), where the development of soft-skills and formal business training is essential. Traditionally, education models in the field of architecture focus on developing technical and artistic skills, leaving a gap in business skills that prove to be key amid challenging economic times. Since 2011, IE School of Architecture & Design’s Master in Architectural Management & Design has trained professionals that wish to develop their business skills and apply them to the AEC field. The program’s alumni work around the globe from Azerbaijan to Switzerland, in diverse companies such as Arup, Foster & Partners, OMA and Gensler. To learn more about their professional outlook, click here to access the Career Report from IE’s Master in Architectural Management & Design.
The chaise lounge is an iconic and timeless piece of furniture. Originating from the Gregorian era, this seating solution has evolved and transitioned into modern styles that bring a luxury that transcends time. Even with its evolution into contemporary design, the concept of the chaise lounge remains unchanged. It is still a long reclining chair that offers unmatched respite. The Viceversa Sofa is a reincarnation of the archetypal chaise lounge albeit with an unmistakable modishness and innovation suitable for modern living.