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Aleksandra Lalatovic

Ulica 43 br. 2, Niksic, Montenegro
Aleksandra Lalatovic is an architect with a Master degree obtained at Bauhaus Foundation's COOP Design Research Master Program. Motivated by her education frustration, she is being interested in radical pedagogies and creative potential of uncertainty in design process. Diverse educational experience from Podgorica, Ljubljana, Berlin and Dessau has set an objective platform to inspect these new modes of critical thought and creative production.

Curriculum for Uncertainty


value of uncertainty in architectural education

Curriculum for Uncertainty


value of uncertainty in architectural education
Idea of a future architecture calls for thinking of an education of a future architect.
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Architectural curricular structures haven't significantly changed in the last decades, despite the omnipresent transformations caused by the growth of globalization, new technologies and information culture. Apart from failing to adequately introduce students with the future and the context in which they will practice, architectural schools are struggling to keep up with the complexity, instability, uncertainty, changeability of needs and problems of the society. Considering that, in the future, learning might gradually move out of the schools, schools need to, instead of teaching, redirect their interest towards producing knowledge. It might encourage architects to step out of their comfort zone and thus add to blurring of the discipline’s limitations. Curriculum for uncertainty, in that sense, promotes vagueness, ambiguities, doubts and non-determinability as catalysts of innovation.


diagram of common concepts

uncertainty of future use

uncertainty in design process

Curriculum for Uncertainty


value of uncertainty in architectural education

Curriculum for Uncertainty


value of uncertainty in architectural education
Idea of a future architecture calls for thinking of an education of a future architect.
File under

Architectural curricular structures haven't significantly changed in the last decades, despite the omnipresent transformations caused by the growth of globalization, new technologies and information culture. Apart from failing to adequately introduce students with the future and the context in which they will practice, architectural schools are struggling to keep up with the complexity, instability, uncertainty, changeability of needs and problems of the society. Considering that, in the future, learning might gradually move out of the schools, schools need to, instead of teaching, redirect their interest towards producing knowledge. It might encourage architects to step out of their comfort zone and thus add to blurring of the discipline’s limitations. Curriculum for uncertainty, in that sense, promotes vagueness, ambiguities, doubts and non-determinability as catalysts of innovation.


diagram of common concepts

uncertainty of future use

uncertainty in design process


Idea by

Aleksandra Lalatovic
Ulica 43 br. 2
Niksic
Montenegro
Aleksandra Lalatovic is an architect with a Master degree obtained at Bauhaus Foundation's COOP Design Research Master Program. Motivated by her education frustration, she is being interested in radical pedagogies and creative potential of uncertainty in design process. Diverse educational experience from Podgorica, Ljubljana, Berlin and Dessau has set an objective platform to inspect these new modes of critical thought and creative production.