Architectural Landscapes between Light and Shade | 21. – 27. October 2018
The journey will bring us amongst other places to the Palacio de Viana in Cordoba, the Alhambra in Granada and the Alcazar of Sevilla. Various tools of perception will enable us to capture these very unique architectural landscapes and bring parts of them back to Zürich.
The culture of Andalusia has been shaped by it’s relation to light and shade. The scarcity of shade and water sculpted its architetural landscape. Throughout Andalusia’s manifold history these conditions have led to specifically adapted forms and spaces.
We will be meandering on the fringe of architecture and landscape design, exploring the rich cultural melange of the European and the Arab.
- Timeframe: Sunday 21.10.2018 – Saturday 27.10.2018
- Participants: 12-16 Students
- Price Range: D (750 CHF – 1000 CHF)
Prof. Christophe Girot, Fujan Fahmi, Dennis Häusler, Benedikt Kowalewsk
Stefano De Pasquale, Sereina Fritsche, Julien Graf, Senga Grossmann, Meret Heeb, Leonie Huber, Hannah Kilian, Emma Lindén, Oliver Luther, Samira Muster, Valentin Ribi, Anja Schelling, Alexandra Schwarz, Sophia Vaccani, Sandra Wegmann.
For more interactive Models recorded during the Semiar Week: here
Students’ investigation of shadows and penumbraes through analytical photography.
Sketching of Shadows in the Orange trees Courtyard of the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba.