Medieval Architecture

The construction and architectural tradition has its roots in the times of stonemasons, guilds and master builders, who from city to city will be the bearers of knowledge transmitted from master to apprentice. This knowledge mix of audacity and technique will be reinforced by the experimental nature of his creations, learning by doing will be a maxim of a long period of time where trial and error will be a habitual dynamic.

Starting from these same premises, we will work on the techniques and architectures typical of the high Middle Ages, we will enter and get to know better great examples of this time such as the Javier Castle or the Royal Palace of Olite. A series of workshops are proposed where the participant will delve into this historical moment traditionally linked to wars and obscurantism, but full of artistic wealth and technical daring.