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Einschreibung in die Entwurfsklassen des D-ARCH

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Details Entwurfsprogramm – Frühlings Semester 2019

 

 

 

Angaben zur Professur

 

 

Lehrstuhl 

Professur A. Brandlhuber

 

 

Typ 

Professur für Architektur und Entwurf

 

 

Lage 

HIL G 57

 

 

Webseite 

www.brandlhuber.arch.ethz.ch

 

 

Assistierende 

Severin Bärenbold, Elke Doppelbauer, Dominique Frey, Michaela Friedberg, Olaf Grawert

 

 

Kontakt E-Mail 

grawert@arch.ethz.ch

 

 

 

 

Angaben zur Entwurfsklasse

 

 

Typ 

Entwurf V-IX

 

 

Thema 

Architecture as Argument

 

 

Beschreibung
des Entwurfs-programmes 

The role of architecture and the architect is changing. From a discipline that once challenged social and spatial norms, architecture has today become a means of economic output and endless growth. Architects have been forced to argue solely out of an economic perspective, in order to survive and compete with the corporate developers and new private agents that are designing our built environment. After last semester where we asked: who architects?, we want to take the discussion on the discipline one step further and call for action: architecture as argument. Rather than giving into the new definition of architecture as an economic means, we will research other types of organizations and practices that allow architects to speculate, story-tell, and reimagine alternatives for an increasingly corporate discipline. Together, we will make a proposal for a new architectural practice! This practice will not only address the economic reality, but will also look into the political and ethical implications of the field. In order to shift the focus from the architectural object to its context we will use the time-based medium of television to reinforce its multiple dimensions. This allows us to tell the stories of different spatial practices, popularizing and illustrating architecture through TV to a larger audience. Fiction — Reality Set between fiction and reality the studio will be structured in three parts: 1) Firstly we will look into all kind of different offices, spatial practices and organizations, in order to understand their economic, political and ethical dimensions. This shall give us an overview of how these different aspects are related and culminate in a body of work. Students will reveal the inner workings of these practices using the medium of TV in order to illustrate the complex principles and underlying narratives behind the design process, client-office relations, and life of the projects. 2) Following seminar week, we will collectively establish a new organization, drawing from the earlier research on the different cases. During a two-day retreat that will act as our “founding,” we will design the new organization’s guiding principles that shall be used throughout the semester. Following the claim: architecture as argument, the group will debate, discuss, and resolve the complexities of establishing a functional yet visionary practice. 3) In the final part, we apply these principles and take on different paramters —whether a client, situation, method, or place— and design a project, which they will communicate through time-based media – from trailers and press releases to character series or documentaries. Students will work based on individual interest, still following the rules designed during the practice’s founding.

 

 

Thematische und methodische Schwerpunkte 

Entwurf, Staedtebau, Visualisierungen, Fachkompetenz

 

 

Lernziele 

The format of the Spring 19 studio understands the organizational process of design as equally important to the final result. In designing an architectural practice, students must reflect on the current conditions of the field, find their entry point, and argue for it from an economic, political, and ethical point of view. At the end of the semester we will use the final projects to go back and test our original principles decided during the retreat. The semester therefore allows students to design a spatial argument and test its ability to withstand reality. Accompanying courses The course will be supplemented by different input lectures on videography, visual identity, and character design, together with two elective courses: “Theorie und Praxis: Die Räumlichkeit des Daseins 4.0” by Christian Posthofen and “Storytelling in Architecture” by Christopher Roth.

 

 

LV-Nr. des Entwurfs 

052-1120-19

 

 

Zusätzliche integrierte Disziplin(en) 

Theorie und Praxis, Storytelling in Architecture

 

 

Unterrichts-sprache 

Deutsch / English

 

 

Arbeitsweise 

Einzel- und Gruppenarbeit, davon 3 bis 4 Wochen Gruppenarbeit

 

 

Daten Zwischenkritiken 

27.3., 30.4.

 

 

Datum Schlusskritik 

29.5.

 

 

Einführungs-veranstaltung 

19.2., 10:00, HIL G57

 

 

Zusätzliche Kosten 

CHF 100 pro Studierendem (Schätzung, ohne Seminarwochenkosten)

 

 

Verfügbare Plätze 

32

 

 

Plakat des Entwurfs-programmes 

Noch nicht hochgeladen

 

 

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