BA Module 1.1.5 Entwerfen
MA Module Arch M E. 01 Entwurfsprojekt Hochbau I, Arch M E. 03 Entwurfsprojekt Städtebau I
ADIP and CHORA offer the opportunity to join our ongoing Future Cities Program by collaborating with one of the already established design teams.
BA Modul: Innovative und experimentelleEntwurfsmethoden I – 3 LP
MA Modul: ADI.02 adip experimentelle Entwurfsmethoden II – 3 LP
Betreuer: Birgit Klauck, Cristian Dragnea
First meeting and registration – Monday 13.10.2014 – 4 p.m. – room a 606
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ADIP offers the unique opportunity to join our EU sponsored intensive working weeks program which will take place in August 2014 in Ljubljana as part of our design studio program.
FUTURE CITIES: Demographic Change and Local Differentiation
The impact of architecture as physical artifact on the urban development.
and investigate the potentials of architectural interventions as catalysts for urban transformation and renewal. This EU sponsored intensive workshop in Ljubljana is focusing on design models and strategies for alternative space practices.
FUTURE CITIES is an architectural design research project that responds to the needs of cities in crisis and is a collaboration between Università Iuav di Venezia, University of Ljubljana, TU Berlin, TU Graz.
APPLICATION PHASE 01.03.14 – 01.05.14*
send an Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
*applications received after May 1st will be reviewed as space permits
** this program is funded with support from the European Commission
TU Berlin: Birgit Klauck, Tomaz Pipan, Prof Raoul Bunschoten; TU Graz; Prof Roger Riewe; University of Ljubljana: Prof Tadej Glazar, Alenka Fikfak, Ilka Cerpes; Università Iuav di Venezia: Prof Enrico Anguillari
course language: English
Introduction to the seminar will take place today – 4 PM – room nr 606.
Please register while attending.
For more information see theory-and-practices-of-space
HOW DO IDEAS TRAVEL?
The ever-same design of airports, shopping malls and exclusive residential enclaves lets us experience cities as generic places that seem to be replicating globally without any hint of local identity. At the same time we can observe forms of urban design that answer to very specific local contexts as people are increasingly self-organizing and appropriating their everyday environments.