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Details Entwurfsprogramm – Frühlings Semester 2020

 

 

 

Angaben zur Professur

 

 

Lehrstuhl 

Professur A. Fonteyne

 

 

Typ 

Professur für Architektur und Entwurf

 

 

Lage 

HIP C 1

 

 

Webseite 

www.fonteyne.arch.ethz.ch

 

 

Assistierende 

Pablo Donet, Serafina Eipert, Galaad Van Daele

 

 

Kontakt E-Mail 

vandaele@arch.ethz.ch

 

 

 

 

Angaben zur Entwurfsklasse

 

 

Typ 

Entwurf V-IX

 

 

Thema 

Multiplicity — Building Material

 

 

Beschreibung
des Entwurfs-programmes 

Multiplicity refers to a plurality of facets, implications and ramifications any question, even seemingly simple, can have. This layered reality, if fully embraced, verges on hyper-complexity, but can also be considered a productive entanglement, a richness. In architecture it can translate into the multiplicity of uses cohabiting in a common frame, or the multiplicity of spheres – client’s ambitions, architect’s agenda, community’s interests, historical relevance, constructive intentions – intersecting in a project. A fruitful reality. Meilen, situated on the banks of Lake Zurich, hosts a reformed church. Besides being a religious institution, its sheer size makes it capable of hosting large crowds and of serving multiple purposes as a place of political or cultural gatherings. After being extended several times over the centuries, it needs another addition today, to facilitate its many uses and expand the role the church can play for the local community. A small detached building, that will serve as a gathering space, a place of hospitality, for guests known and unknown. What could a church extension represent, in a picturesque lakeside settlement that might not seem to need much more than it already has? How could a small contemporary building influence the canonic use of churches, and modify the meaning of the existing building? And how could it give back to that part of the village some of the centrality it had until the 19th century, when the church’s square extended all the way to the water and hosted municipal services? To better understand Meilen and frame the design process, we will be helped by Prof. Dr. Christian Schmid’s Chair of Sociology, who will guide our initial observations of this context, and we will organize meetings with the Reformierte Kirche Meilen throughout the semester. Building material will be our task. In an effort to embrace the multiple facets of the project, we will take the opportunity of working on a small-scale building to dive deep all the way into its materiality. We will tap into the specific tradition of stone architecture found in Zurich and Switzerland, thoroughly engaging with this material, which will guide the design of a low-energy project from spatial concept to detail. The building will be developed in close collaboration with the Dozentur Mettler/Studer für Bautechnologie und Konstruktion (BUK), and with stone mason Urs Schmitt (Schmitt Natursteinwerk AG) with who a series of visits and workshops will be held. This semester, looking carefully at the layers of materiality, construction, detailing, context, actors and uses, together, we will be building material.

 

 

Thematische und methodische Schwerpunkte 

Entwurf, Konstruktion, Modellbau, Soziologische Studie

 

 

Lernziele 

We will spend the semester investigating a number of topics that will come together in the detailed design for a small-scale building. Starting point is the compact brief for a church extension. Through interviews and observations, we will investigate the social, cultural and historical background of our context. In parallel we will look into the building tradition of the area with the ambition to develop a good understanding of working with natural stone. We will study references, understand the technical specificities and work with craftspeople to discover its potential as a contemporary building material. Through this approach of multiplicity, with the knowledge assembled in collaboration with other chairs and partners, we will reflect on how a church extension can contribute to the discussion about the changing position of church buildings in local communities.

 

 

LV-Nr. des Entwurfs 

052-1132-20

 

 

Zusätzliche integrierte Disziplin(en) 

Integrated Construction/Integriertes Konstruieren

 

 

Unterrichts-sprache 

English

 

 

Arbeitsweise 

Einzel- und Gruppenarbeit, davon 3 bis 4 Wochen Gruppenarbeit

 

 

Daten Zwischenkritiken 

10-11.03 / 07-08.04 / 28-29.04

 

 

Datum Schlusskritik 

26-27.05

 

 

Einführungs-veranstaltung 

18.02 - 9:45 - Reformierte Kirche Meilen

 

 

Zusätzliche Kosten 

CHF 150 pro Studierendem (Schätzung, ohne Seminarwochenkosten)

 

 

Verfügbare Plätze 

18

 

 

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