The department is unique in the Danish context as it constitute disciplines within architecture, design, media and technology under one roof providing the foundation for a number of research groups. See the research groups here.
The department offers a range of leading bachelor and master educations within the fields of architectural and urban design, light, service design, sound, medialogy, industrial design and mobility. See the programmes here.
Vision of the Department
The department's vision is to utilize and investigate the interplay between creativity and technology for development of new growth areas in research and education directed towards the user or participants. The developed new architecture, urban design, products, and media solutions with the user or participants in focus address future societal challenges regarding development of sustainable and attractive ways of living. The impact on the physical environment and user interaction will be subjects for investigation, paving the way for new technologies and solutions that take the user experience fully into account. The ambition is to deliver excellent human design centred technology research.
News and events
Sebastian Boring New Deputy Head of Department in Copenhagen
The Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology will like to give a big and warm welcome to Sebastian Boring.
Graduation Ceremony 2019
This year we proudly release 130 graduates from Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology.
DLI 2019 – 4th EAI International Conference on Design, Learning & Innovation
ArtsIT 2019 – 8th EAI International Conference: ArtsIT, Interactivity & Game Creation
PhD Defense by Chris Holmberg Bahnsen
Chris Holmberg Bahnsen will defend his thesis entitled Robust and Multi-Modal Analysis of Traffic and People.
DESIGNSCAPES Open Call - Second round
The DESIGNSCAPES project’s Open Call is for Prototypes and running until May 31st! We are looking to fund projects innovations that are design-enabled and user-centered with the aim at evolving urban environments.