Lecture Wolfgang Feyferlik and Susanne Fritzer - Feyferlik/Fritzer

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Wolfgang Feyferlik (architecture studies at the TU Graz until 1985) and Susanne Fritzer (architecture studies at the TU Graz until 1994) founded the office Feyferlik | Fritzer in 1994.

 

Among the most important joint projects are the renovation and adaptation of the Basilica and the Geistliches Haus in Mariazell (1992-2018), the new construction of the elementary school and sports club in Bad Blumau (2006-2010) and the new construction and reconstruction of the elementary school Dorf in Lauterach (2012-2018). Numerous projects have repeatedly been awarded the ZV Austria Building Award and nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award. For the Mariazell project, Feyferlik | Fritzer was awarded the Architecture Prize of the Province of Styria in 2019. In 2013, VS Bad Blumau received the Better Learning Worlds Award; in 2019, VS Dorf Lauterach was awarded the State Prize for Architecture and Sustainability.

 

Feyferlik | Fritzer taught, among others, at the TU Graz, at the RWTH Aachen, at the TU Innsbruck and currently at the TU Vienna, at the Research Department Structural Engineering - Construction and Design.

 

More info: https://www.nextroom.at/actor.php?id=19978


Monday, 27.06.2022   19h00


HS7, Schütte-Lihotzky
Staircase 7
Karlsplatz 13, 1040 Vienna

 

We look forward to seeing you there!

Vortrag Dietmar Feichtinger - Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes

Alles ist Architektur?

 

Dietmar Feichtinger studied architecture at Graz University of Technology until 1988. After working with Eilfried Huth, Volker Giencke and Klaus Kada, he moved to Paris in 1989, where he worked with Chaix & Morel. Together with Barbara Feichtinger he founded Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes 1994 in Paris and 2002 Feichtinger Architectes Vienna.  With numerous award-winning projects the office is recognized in an international context.

Dietmar Feichtinger has been teaching at various universities since 1994, such as the University of Paris VI - La Villette, the RWTH Aachen University, the University of Innsbruck and the TU Vienna.
In 2021, Dietmar Feichtinger was a guest professor at our department teaching the master's design studio  "univer-city, structures for learning and teaching".

more : www.feichtingerarchitectes.com


Mon, June  20th   19h00


HS7, Schütte-Lihotzky
Stiege 7, Erdgeschoss
Karlsplatz 13, 1040 Wien

 

Internationaler VELUX Award für Studierende der Architektur
Online Webinar am 24.01.2022 um 13:30 Uhr


Unter dem Award-Thema "Light of Tomorrow" wird bereits zum 10. Mal der Internationale VELUX Award für Architekturstudierende ausgelobt.
In dem Webinar wird erläutert, was genau dahinter steckt, wie eine Teilnahme aussehen kann und es werden Inspirationen und wertvolle Hilfsmittel mitgegeben.

Der Internationale VELUX Award 2022 für Architekturstudierende will Student*innen ermutigen und herausfordern, sich mit dem Thema Tageslicht auseinanderzusetzen –
und ein tieferes Verständnis für diese spezifische und immer relevante Quelle von Energie, Licht und Leben zu schaffen.
Der Award fördert Studierende mit Neugier und Bereitschaft, "out of the box" zu denken – sowie die soziale, soziologische und ökologische Dimension des Lichts in ihren Arbeiten zu berücksichtigen.

"Light of Tomorrow" ist das übergeordnete Thema des Internationalen VELUX Awards. Der Preis zielt darauf ab, die Zukunft des Tageslichts in der gebauten Umwelt mit aufgeschlossenem und experimentellem Ansatz herauszufordern und die Grenzen des Tageslichts in der Architektur zu erweitern, einschließlich Ästhetik, Funktionalität, Nachhaltigkeit und der Interaktion zwischen Gebäuden und Umwelt.

Anmeldung zum Webinar

Weitere Informationen über den Award finden Sie unter: https://www.daylightandarchitecture.com/iva/

22 February 2022
Daylight Talk # 5 - Circling a Star
Speaker: Níall McLaughlin
Níall McLaughlin Architects put a strong emphasis on the inventive use of building materials, the qualities of light and the relationship between the building and its surroundings
The Daylight Talk is hosted by The UCL Bartlett University of Architecture and presented by Murray Fraser, Professor of Architecture and Global Culture, The Bartlett School of Architecture, Faculty of the Built Environment.
 
 
22 March 2022
Daylight Talk #6 - Architecture as Theme
Speaker: Floris De Bruyn, GAFPA
GAFPA talks about their continuous fascination about deriving themes from the existing.
The Daylight Talk is hosted by UCLouvain and presented by Dr Sergio Altomonte, Professor of Architectural Physics at the Faculty of Architecture, Architectural Engineering, Urbanism (LOCI).
 
27 April 2022
Daylight Talk #7 - 'The sun never knew how great it is until it struck the side of a building.'
Speaker: Dean Hawkes
Dean Hawkes draws upon 50 years of teaching, research and practice to consider the question of light in architecture as a matter of both art and science.
The Daylight Talk is hosted by the University of Cambridge and Professor Koen Steemers.
 
26 May 2022
Daylight Talk #8
Speaker: Stéphanie Bru, BRUTHER
The Daylight Talk is hosted by TU Braunschweig and Professor Helga Blocksdorf.
 

from the archive of the international lecture series hb2
Volker Giencke

With the lecture series 'aus dem archiv' invites. Prof. Hemma Fasch to a retrospective and at the same time continuation of a great tradition in the interdisciplinary architecture course.
The successful 'International Lecture Series' was initiated by Helmut Richter (Director of the Institute HB2 from 1991 - 2007) in 1992. He invited renowned constructors, designers, architects, artists from Europe, the USA and Japan. Over 16 years, the lecture series was well received by students and the interested public.

The HB2 department has now digitized the first films, which were recorded on Hi8 video at the time, and invites you to look back together.

Location: Department HB2 // Karlsplatz 13, 1040 Vienna, Staircase 6, 4th floor
Start: 19:00

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short biography

Volker Giencke studied architecture and philosophy in Graz and Vienna. After working with Merete Mattern, Raimund Herms and Günther Domenig, he founded the studio Giencke & Company Architects in Graz in 1981. In addition to numerous teaching assignments and lectures at international universities, he has been a professor at the University of Innsbruck since 1992 at the Institute for Structural Engineering and Design. Volker Giencke spoke about his work on May 4, 1998, as part of the international lecture series at the Audimax of the Vienna University of Technology.

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Season 1
Tue 22.03 Cedric Price (03.05.95) // Intro: Peter Bauer
Tue 26.04 Mike Davies (04.06.92) // Intro: Silke Fischer
Tue 24.05 Volker Giencke(04.05.98) // Intro: Volker Giencke

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Please register at sekretariat(at)hb2.tuwien.ac.at.

The current Covid-19 regulations of the TU Vienna apply. A contact list will be kept on site. Due to the current measures, the capacity of persons is limited, the first come, first serve principle applies. Please allow additional time for the entrance checks of the TU Vienna and the registration in the contact list.

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Initiative filmsalon HB2: Hemma Fasch, Sandra Häuplik-Meusburger, Lisa Blenk, Markus Rupprecht, Laurenz Steixner
 
TU Wien Institut für Architektur und Entwerfen
Forschungsbereich Hochbau- Konstruktion und Entwerfen E 253/5
Univ.Prof.in Arch.in Hemma Fasch
hb2.tuwien.ac.at

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excursion paris+
may 14tth - 20th

architecture in the metropolitan area of paris

 

Registration until march 18th at the institute

 

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from the archive of the international lecture series hb2
Mike Davies

With the lecture series 'aus dem archiv' invites. Prof. Hemma Fasch to a retrospective and at the same time continuation of a great tradition in the interdisciplinary architecture course.
The successful 'International Lecture Series' was initiated by Helmut Richter (Director of the Institute HB2 from 1991 - 2007) in 1992. He invited renowned constructors, designers, architects, artists from Europe, the USA and Japan. Over 16 years, the lecture series was well received by students and the interested public.

The HB2 department has now digitized the first films, which were recorded on Hi8 video at the time, and invites you to look back together.

Location: Department HB2 // Karlsplatz 13, 1040 Vienna, Staircase 6, 4th floor
Start: 19:00

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short biography
Mike Davies studied at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London and in Los Angeles. He joined Piano Rogers in 1972 and founded Richard Rogers Partnership with Richard Rogers, John Young and Marco Goldschmied in 1977. Mike Davies spoke about his work on June 4, 1992 as part of the international lecture series at the Audimax of the Vienna University of Technology.

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Season 1
Tue 22.03 Cedric Price (03.05.95) // Intro: Peter Bauer
Tue 26.04 Mike Davies (04.06.92) // Intro: Silke Fischer
Tue 24.05 Volker Giencke(04.05.98) // Intro: Volker Giencke

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Please register at sekretariat(at)hb2.tuwien.ac.at.

The current Covid-19 regulations of the TU Vienna apply. A contact list will be kept on site. Due to the current measures, the capacity of persons is limited, the first come, first serve principle applies. Please allow additional time for the entrance checks of the TU Vienna and the registration in the contact list.

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Initiative filmsalon HB2: Hemma Fasch, Sandra Häuplik-Meusburger, Lisa Blenk, Markus Rupprecht, Laurenz Steixner
 
TU Wien Institut für Architektur und Entwerfen
Forschungsbereich Hochbau- Konstruktion und Entwerfen E 253/5
Univ.Prof.in Arch.in Hemma Fasch
hb2.tuwien.ac.at

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REVIEW '21
Annual exhibition of the Institute of Architecture and Design

 

31.03. - 08.04.2022, 9:00-19:00 (Sun. closed)
Vienna University of Technology, Prechtlsaal, ar.tuwien.ac.at

 

Opening
Wednesday 30.03.2022 16.00 Prechtlsaal

 

Student presentations
Wednesday 06.04.2022 18.00 HS7

 

Finissage and discussion
with positions from teaching, practice and architecture mediation
Friday 08.04.2022 17.00 Boecklsaal

 

After a long period of online teaching, the university is filling up with life again and the Institute of Architecture and Design at TU Wien is pleased to invite you to the exhibition of student work from the past year.

 

On display is a broad panorama of research-led design, which is understood as an important field of experimentation for the development of content and design positions. The exhibition is divided into 7 thematic areas, the range of which reflects the diversity of the Institute:
Tools of the Urban, Building Culture and Collective Narratives, Public Good, Resources and Their Processing, Multiplicities of Living, Alternative Practice, and Resilient Structures.
The student works address current issues in an overarching social discourse and highlight the potential of the collaborative and interdisciplinary context at the University of Technology for the practical education of students.

 

The exhibition is free to visit during opening hours. It is requested to comply with the current safety regulations and hygiene rules.

 

from the archive of the international lecture series hb2
Cedric Price

With the lecture series 'aus dem archiv' invites. Prof. Hemma Fasch to a retrospective and at the same time continuation of a great tradition in the interdisciplinary architecture course.
The successful 'International Lecture Series' was initiated by Helmut Richter (Director of the Institute HB2 from 1991 - 2007) in 1992. He invited renowned constructors, designers, architects, artists from Europe, the USA and Japan. Over 16 years, the lecture series was well received by students and the interested public.

The HB2 department has now digitized the first films, which were recorded on Hi8 video at the time, and invites you to look back together.

Location: Department HB2 // Karlsplatz 13, 1040 Vienna, Staircase 6, 4th floor
Start: 19:00

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Cedric Price (1934 - 2003) studied architecture at Cambridge University and at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. He later taught at the AA himself and founded a practice in 1960. Among his best-known works is the Fun Palace from 1961, which influenced Richard Rogers, among others. Cedric Price spoke about his work on May 3, 1995 as part of the international lecture series in the Audimax of the Vienna University of Technology.

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Season 1
Tue 22.03 Cedric Price (03.05.95) // Intro: Peter Bauer
Tue 26.04 Mike Davies (04.06.92) // Intro: Silke Fischer
Tue 24.05 Volker Giencke(04.05.98) // Intro: Volker Giencke

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Please register at sekretariat(at)hb2.tuwien.ac.at.

The current Covid-19 regulations of the TU Vienna apply. A contact list will be kept on site. Due to the current measures, the capacity of persons is limited, the first come, first serve principle applies. Please allow additional time for the entrance checks of the TU Vienna and the registration in the contact list.

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Initiative filmsalon HB2: Hemma Fasch, Sandra Häuplik-Meusburger, Lisa Blenk, Markus Rupprecht, Laurenz Steixner
 
TU Wien Institut für Architektur und Entwerfen
Forschungsbereich Hochbau- Konstruktion und Entwerfen E 253/5
Univ.Prof.in Arch.in Hemma Fasch
hb2.tuwien.ac.at

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The reactivation of places that were believed to be lost and (previously) inaccessible space sources requires new accessibility for everyone and generates potential for new, any-scale infrastructures. Public space must remain public and accessible to everyone, and therefore has to be occupied and its qualities demonstrated. Architecture is the means of choice. At a specific location in Vienna- famous Ringstraße -, the existing (urban) space is to be made accessible and usable for the public by means of an architectural intervention. Vienna´s Ringstraße stretches at least between the programme of the Burgtheater and the demonstration calendar of the democratic society. Strongly courted by tourists, the Ring tends to rest in its laurels and has long since accepted the expensive, sometimes outdated cultural offerings as the norm for a few. Trespassing Grounds asks which programs and interventions can be used to realize a city for everyone here in the dense, inner-city context.

The functional program will be designed according to the location and is committed to possible daily (pleasure) infrastructures for a post-consumption society. We are searching for proposals for the good life: infrastructure facilities with a public and climate-resilient program.

The designs will be situated somewhere between nature and architecture, resource conservation and spatial generosity and will be architecturally expressed through concrete- utopian, public-social spatial structures.

In this course, the contents of the bachelor's program and the studios and the competencies acquired from them are combined to form complex architectural tasks. The course teaches the ability to understand architecture as a process in which the prerequisites and goals of a design task are processed architecturally and in terms of urban development. A design is developed on the basis of a creative concept as well as taking into account social, spatial, constructive and technical requirements.

The concrete theme of the design is an examination of the Vienna Ringstrasse, which is to lead from the urban history to the socio-political role of the site to a new architectural intervention.

The search for a suitable building site is an integral part of the design task.

Commercial-free spaces, a building structure for all people, the interweaving with the adjacent urban space as well as the creation of attractive outdoor spaces are to define a functional direction.

Vienna's Ringstrasse was laid out as a magnificent boulevard and promenade and, with its many important buildings for culture, education and politics, was an impetus for its development into a cosmopolitan city.

The public space has increasingly become a traffic artery, with the middle 3-4 lanes for motor vehicles being a difficult separation to overcome for the marginalized pedestrians and cyclists. Adjacent spaces and squares are unused or still occupied by parked cars.

Despite the many public buildings, there is a lack of freely accessible consumption-free protected spaces

The focus of the design is directed towards the occupation of spaces along the ring road by large-scale structural interventions with publicly accessible uses and a special focus on non-commercial and consumption-free zones.

after successful completion of the course, students are able to methodically develop the design of a building. the students are able to understand design as an integral, at the same time rational as well as creativ work, which under consideration of different - often disparate and divergent - frameworks, which tries to converge these in an architectural project. they are able under consideration of current topics and positions to take their own informed stand and be able to apply this to knowledge their design. they are able to conceive archictectural concepts, develop these in their buildings and make their project visible through presentation with design and detailed plans.

the aim of exploring the lost is the cinematic contextualization of the phenomena of place, space and time.

our urban environment is to be stalked in search of hidden, forgotten, abandoned, repressed, locked away or even undiscovered places and spaces.
the aim is the cinematic-experimental (de)construction of an individual, reflective fictional story for the appropriation, reproduction and/or transformation of such a place/space on a time scale.

macondo - the settlement on the outskirts of vienna, which is not officially called that name, is a place where refugees in austria were settled for decades. since the mid-1950s, refugees with an official status have been accommodated in the former barracks, some for an unlimited period and some for a limited period. in this context, a new architecture should serve as a catalyst for community building. the requirements and functions of this community place will be developed on the basis of research and analysis of the needs and wishes of the users. this should result in a multifunctional design that can flexibly respond to several usage scenarios and thus form a new community space.

experimental development of a pavilion-like spatial structure (free-standing, lightweight building) in public space with versatile spatial and functional configurations. the architectural concept will be developed in line with the proposed programming in public space. the spatial structure development is based on an in-depth analysis of geometric and constructive priniciples.  

the focus of this course is the development of the architectural design in iteration with the supporting structure, which is constantly optimized with regard to geometric criteria of structural performance and constructive design. the investigations are carried out with analogue and digital models, including algorithm-supported planning tools.

as a casestudy, the project is to be planned for a period of one year at various locations in vienna. the design shall be developed up to a 1:1 structure and parts o fit shall be tested das a mock-up.

the design studio will be in english and german.

Poetics of Space - Architecture is frozen Music

The clear demand for what is to be created in this design work is: poetry and beauty.

The author and journalist Günther Nenning proclaimed years ago that "beauty is a human right". If you take that literally, you come across plenty of human rights violations every day. Our country and our cities are getting uglier by the year - where are the poetry and the euphony?

Based on the annual theme "Trespassing Grounds", possible tasks will be discussed and defined and corresponding plots and places in the greater Vienna area will be sought (and/or vice versa):

1 - elite spaces: Areas that are occupied but not accessible to everyone and that have a very narrow understanding of the city.
2 - undefined urban spaces: areas that have not yet been developed and areas between different dedications.
3 - used spaces: existing objects whose uses have an expiry date (e.g. multi-storey car parks whose construction volume is to be reclaimed due to the slowly progressing mobility transition).

Forward-looking and flexible urban development concepts broaden the basis of interventions and changes in the structure of a city, interim uses set impulses.

From J. W. v. Goethe or F. Schiller comes the saying "Architecture is frozen Music" (in German, of course). The interplay of different actors and clever utilisation scenarios as an impulse generator of urban development is one thing, but without "frozen music", poetry and design quality, this will not succeed.

(Excerpts from texts by Barbara Coudenhove-Kalergie, Michael Müller and Regula Lüscher were used in the text).

Daylight Talk # 5 - Circling a Star
Speaker: Níall McLaughlin
Níall McLaughlin Architects put a strong emphasis on the inventive use of building materials, the qualities of light and the relationship between the building and its surroundings
The Daylight Talk is hosted by The UCL Bartlett University of Architecture and presented by Murray Fraser, Professor of Architecture and Global Culture, The Bartlett School of Architecture, Faculty of the Built Environment.
 
 
photo by Níall McLaughlin

The simultaneous elaboration of the aspects of architecture, statics and building construction within an architectural design from the typological conception to the constructive and structural detailisation.

Based on the development of innovative structures, constructional design and detailisation, a solution for a complex building task is elaborated. In addition to the structural and architectural design and taking into account the aspects of prefabrication and building feasibility, the importance lays in a coherent energy and building technology concept as well as a cost-conscious and resource-saving project.

 

 

in cooperation with
FB Tragwerksplanung und Ingenieurholzbau und
FB Bauphysik und Bauökologie


 

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application with portfolio via tiss requested! course nr: 253.H60

 

mind the gap

is a polite reminder to be careful.

This can also be understood as a call for attention to notice gaps / in-between spaces in public space that are invisible because they are overlooked.

What is the reason for this ? Should it stay that way ? Do these spaces and areas have any potential ?

If so, for whom ? What can happen there ? What is necessary for this ?

to mind: to pay attention to sth., to care for sth., to look after sth.

We mind the gap/s - as a basis for the design task, gaps in the public space are traced (= to pay attention) and then dealt with in planning (architectural) and interdisciplinary terms (= to take care).

(= to take care of). The examination of future development is also part of the design task (= to look after).

 

goals:

After successful completion of the course, students are able to formulate an urban and socially relevant position in the form of an architectural design with a concrete program. Based on a critical analysis of existing spatial and social framework conditions, students are able to consider questions relevant to building construction and a resource-saving planning approach as an integrative component of the architectural concept after completing the design course.

 

lecturers:

Arch.in DI.in Susanne Fritzer & Arch. DI Wolfgang Feyferlik

 

 

statements & discussion about the future of Helmut Richter's schoolbuilding at Kinkplatz

Please register at AzW

 

Link to AzW

 

The discussion was recorded an can be watched on the YouTube channel of AzW.

Samuel Becketts 'Der Verwaiser' (Le Dépeupleur) is to be interpreted cinematically and transformed into a prosaic video narration.

What can be derived from dramaturgical room descriptions for the conception of rooms and how can these be interpreted (cinematically)?

The cinematic forms of representation / design means are free to choose. However, processed references to space, everyday life and the present are desirable. A fragmentary processing of the metaphorical narrative with a focus on key scenes is possible.

S T A Y C A T I O N 1:1  // kanalWAL 14.06.2021-04.07.2021

@ Rotundenbrücke, Vienna 1020

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Experimental development of a pavilion-like spatial structure (free-standing, lightweight building) with self supporting / interlocking structural elements, which enables multiple (at least two) different spatial and functional configurations. Students will design and evaluate structural variants for their envisioned spatial design using physical models as well as relevant software.

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der marktplatz stellt das modell des öffentlichen raumes schlecht hin dar und wird als 'früheste form einer öffentlichkeit' gesehen. seit jeher bildet er einen markanten ort in der stadtphysiognomie und ist somit konstitutives merkmal für die stadt. der markt gilt außerdem als d e r klassische konsumraum, der über den güter- und leistungsaustausch ein eintauchen in das authentische leben der stadt ermöglicht.

die 17 wiener detailmärkte mit ihren rund 700 marktständen werden wöchentlich von rd. 360.000 personen frequentiert. dennoch ringen die supermärkte den klassischen marktplätzen zunehmend die primäre funktion des lokalen nahversorgers ab. dies und wachsende soziale herausforderungen, wie der anstieg kultureller diversität, heterogener lebensstile und alltagsroutinen, werfen die frage auf welche bedeutung der städtische marktplatz als reiner konsumraum heute noch hat und mit welchen funktionen und baulichen transformationen sein urbanes quartier aufgewertet werden kann.

im fokus des entwerfens stehen vier wiener marktplätze - der yppenmarkt, der floridsdorfer markt (schwingermarkt), der viktor-adler-markt und der vorgartenmarkt. an diesen standorten, die ausreichend stadt- und sozialräumliches potenzial aufweisen, sollen öffentliche (zusatz)funktionen entwickelt werden, die sich als motor für eine neue quartiersentwicklung eignen.
gefordert sind sorgfältige bauliche interventionen in angemessener stadträumlicher anordnung und ausprägung. mit einer sensiblen transformation bzw. hybridisierung des bestandes sollen neue funktionen integriert werden und so die wesentlichen charakteristika des marktes um die attribute begegnungs- und versammlungsort erweitert werden.

funktionelle vorgabe ist zumindest eine öffentliche raumeinheit mit thermischer gebäudehülle für rund 150-200 personen plus notwendige nebeneinheiten sowie entsprechend nutzbare außenflächen für veranstaltungen.

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s t a y c a t i o n 1 : 1 - daily pleasure infrastructures for the decarbonized society

baut Infrastruktur für den Urlaub zu Hause.

Wir realisieren eine Raumstruktur von nützlichem Charakter, die offen ist für jedermann / jederfrau, den öffentlichen Raum erweitert, mehr Zugang generiert und die Idee, den Donaukanal als (flüssigen) öffentlichen Raum zu begreifen und zu nutzen, fördert und sichtbar macht.

 

 

BEWERBUNGEN ZUM ENTWERFEN NUR MIT PORTFOLIO DIREKT via email an:

fischer@hb2.tuwien.ac.at, weiler@hb2.tuwien.ac.at

BEWERBUNGSENDE: 23.02.2021, 12.00 Uhr

Das Große Entwerfen  S T A Y C A T I O N 1:1 umfasst sowohl die erforderlichen Planungsschritte noch vor Realisierung sowie das Bauen selbst inklusive Abbau. Das Kleine Entwerfen S T A Y C A T I O N 1:1 kann als nur Bauen oder ggf auch nur Planungsarbeit gewählt werden. Wird sowohl das Große als auch das Kleine Entwerfen belegt, ist ein entsprechend äquivalenter Arbeitsumfang zu leisten. Eine Exkursion wird das Angebot ergänzen.

 

 

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Nach einem Brand des Gaswerks in Innsbruck wurde ein kleiner Park in
Pradl, zwischen Leipzigerplatz und Sill, nach Norden ins Gaswerkgelände
erweitert und wurde, neben dem Hofgarten. der zweitwichtigste Park
Innsbrucks. Vereinfacht liegt er zwischen der durch Bahn und Sill
begrenzten Innenstadt und dem Stadtteil Pradl.
Wenngleich nicht alle Parkränder wirklich befriedigend sind, besteht
besonders im Bereich der Pradler Kirche eine städtbaulich völlig un-
befriedigende Situation, die im Rahmen der Entwurfsarbeit neu zu
formulieren ist.
Die Bauten zwischen Kirche und Park - ein Wohnhaus, ein Kindergarten
und eine kleines Imbisslokal - werden im Rahmen der Entwurfsarbeit
fiktiv abgebrochen und sollen, je nach Entwurfsansatz, eventuell in
ähnlicher Größe neu geplant werden und sowohl den Park, die nahe-
gelegene Schule und den Bereich um die Kirche bereichern.
Dabei ist die städtebauliche Achse Richtung Osten, in ein zukünftiges
Entwicklungsgebiet zu berücksichtigen.
Die Entwicklung des Raumprogramms ist Teil der Aufgabe.

HB2 zu Gast in der GB*1020!

 

Ausstellung: kanalWAL & friends

gemeinsam mit Schwimmverein Donaukanal https://schwimmvereindonaukanal.org

 

01.06. - 08.06.21 | Finissage 08.06.21 18:00-19:30 Uhr

GB*Stadtteilbüro für die Bezirke 1, 2, 7, 8, 9 und 20, Max Winter Platz 23, 1020 Wien

Öffnungszeiten: MO, DI, MI, FR 14-18 Uhr, DO 9-18 Uhr

 

S T A Y C A T I O N – als englische Übersetzung von „Urlaub zu Hause“ und als Vorschlag zur zukunftsfähigen Weiterentwicklung von vacation rückt den Donaukanal als (flüssigen) öffentlichen Raum wieder in das Bewusstsein der Wiener:innen.

Zusammen mit dem Schwimmverein Donaukanal werden die Räumlichkeiten der GB* mit Projekten, Entwürfen, Kollektionen und Bildern von Studierenden der Fakultät Architektur und Raumplanung der TU Wien und Mitgliedern des SVDK bespielt. Die Ausstellung begleitet die 1:1 Umsetzung der Raumstruktur kanalWAL, die zeitgleich am Donaukanal nahe der Rotundenbrücke im 2. Bezirk von Architekturstudierenden und dem Forschungsbereich Hochbau, Konstruktion und Entwerfen (HB2) der TU Wien errichtet wird. Sie gibt zudem Einblick in die Entstehungsgeschichte des kanalWALs und zeigt weitere sozial verträgliche Programme für neue Infrastrukturen am Donaukanal. Entworfen wurden sogenannte daily pleasure infrastructures: Strukturen und Architekturen, die die Qualitäten des öffentlichen Raumes Donaukanal sichtbar machen, stärken und fördern, sowie auch Einladung sind zur freien Benützung des Raumes für Alle ohne Konsumzwang. Es wir die Frage gestellt: Was braucht es für den Urlaub am Donaukanal?

weiterführende Informationen, Termine und Anmeldung (bis 28.09.2020) im TISS

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this winterterm we will travel virtually to japan. roland hagenberg will guide us through japanese architecture, culture and way of life.

Registration via TISS.

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Hacking Property - Commons im Wohnumfeld

253.F65 Stegreifentwerfen // MAS // 2.5 ECTS // WS 2020

In einer Zeit der Wohnungsknappheit, wirtschaftlichen Druckes und prekären Arbeitsverhältnisse stellt sich immer öfter die Frage nach konsumbefreiten, nichtkapitalistischen Räumen des Zusammenkommens. Besonders im direkten Wohnumfeld spielen gemeinschaftlich organisierte Räume des kollektiven Handelns eine immer größere Rolle für bestimmte (marginalisierte) gesellschaftliche Gruppen. Vor diesem Hintergrund sollen im Zuge des Stegreifentwerfens bereits vorhandene (echte) Commons im Wiener Wohnumfeld und neuen Quartieren gesucht und untersucht, Positionen zu Gemeinschaffen formuliert und neue Ideen für zukünftige kollektive Räume gesponnen werden.

weiterführende Informationen, Termine und Anmeldung im TISS (link einfügen: https://tiss.tuwien.ac.at/course/educationDetails.xhtml?dswid=5737&dsrid=213&semester=2020W&courseNr=253F65)

 

Vortragende:

Elisabeth Weiler

19.00h, TUtheSky, Getreidemarkt 9 - BA-Hochhaus, 11. OG, 1060 Wien

Was kann die Architekturlehre im kontextuellen Rahmen vom Leitsatz »Weniger ist mehr« bis hin zur Forderung »Luxus für alle« leisten?

Das Buch referenziert die Schwerpunktthemen des Forschungsbereichs Hochbau – Konstruktion und Entwerfen an der TU Wien (Professur Gerhard Steixner) von 2009-2019. Der Fokus liegt auf dem Wohn- und Städtebau, auf den Chancen und Ansprüchen hinsichtlich der Benutzbarkeit des öffentlichen Raums sowie auf dem Experiment als didaktisches Denk- und Lockerungswerkzeug. Differenzierte Positionen und eine Auswahl aus zahlreichen Studierendenprojekten dokumentieren den Versuch, ein Bewusstsein für das Mögliche zu wecken.

Distinct positions should be formulated regarding the topic of „Hospitals – the total institution“ based on individually elaborated parameters and presented in an appropriate manner. Permitted means of expression are performance, video, audio, comic or slide presentation.

THE HUMAN NEEDS                        BACHELOR ENTWERFEN SS 2019 Visiting Professor:  Marlies Breuss. HOLODECK architects

 

EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNSTUDIO COOPERATION WITH STUDENTS OF THE ARCHITECTURE  FACULTY  KASETSART  UNIVERSITY  /  BANGKOK

PROGRAMM :     THE HUMAN NEEDS *   HOLISTIC APPROACH *   LOW COSTS

‚How much and what kind of space does a person need for living without wasting space, using an holistic design approach with affordable, low costs.‘

 

We will search, research and define this Space considering dreaming, music, art, sport and outdoor space essential needs (like eating, sleeping, hygiene and work).

 

The program will be elaborated by all students based on their research on minimum essential needs (see above) extended with own research results through interviews..

 

An exemplary vision:

Imagine: Minimal space for maximum multifunctional usage… One element shall serve several functions… The same place / room could offer all listed functions for one or more persons. A multifunctional collective can then be the result of additions of these places.

 

Austrian and Thai students will start with interviewing (1st research topic) young, elder, local, foreign, urban and rural people. Findings obtained will be transferred into spatial dimensions (concept models) following a holistic approach (2nd research topic). The design process is driven by reviews, discussions and reflections.

 

The suitable and the actual place in Bangkok as well as local materials and craftsmenship will be researched by Thai students with help of instructors based on teamwork research and insights.

 

The energy related topics including intelligent technologies, energy production and energy savings will be researched by Austrian students with the help of instructors based on teamwork, research and insights.

 

Teams comprising of Thai (1-2) and Austrian students (1-2) work together on research, analysis, concept, design, discussion, materials and details by using skype and ftp-server as means of communication means. No footprint shall be left on the planet.

 

PORTFOLIO  APPLICATION :  Deadline 12th of February 2018, 12 am, at the Department HB2 or via sekretariat@hb2.tuwien.ac.at