Posts tagged with ‘Elective Course’

  • Jun012020

    Exklusiv Europabrücke: Auf Umwegen durch Zürich-Altstetten

    Eleven visual explorations on detours through Zurich’s rapidly changing Altstetten district

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  • Jan222020

    Elective Course FS2020 | Serendipity | Carved Landscapes

    Measure visual and acoustic information to create a new way of representing landscape.

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  • Dec132019

    Elective Course FS2020 | Topology | “draw a map to get lost”

    In this elective, we aim to question cartographic representations by creating a map that challenges our sense of orientation.

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  • Aug022019

    Elective Course HS2019 | Topology | Absent Bridges

    A topological Analysis through Point Cloud Modelling

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  • Jul312019

    Elective Course HS2019 | Serendipity | Dammed Landscapes

    Measure visual and acoustic information to create a new way of representing landscape.

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  • Feb052019

    Elective Course FS2019 | Serendipity | Deflecting Landscapes

    Measure visual and acoustic information to create a new way of representing landscape.

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  • Jan292019

    Elective Course FS2019 | Topology | On Detours

    For once, we are not taking the most direct route in this elective.

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  • Aug142018

    Elective Course HS2018 | Serendipity | How to unlearn the City

    ▶ Invent practices to open your ears, displace your gaze and expose yourself to
    the urban landscape.

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  • May292018

    Ways of Walking

    This research and teaching project examines the relation between existing path systems and the creative possibilities of the walking subject in the context of landscape architecture and urban development.

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  • Apr162018

    Elective Course FS2018 | Serendipity | Streams of Retention

    ▶ Audio-Visual Fieldwork

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  • Jan212018

    Elective Course HS2018 | Topology | Walks into the Unknown

    With the aid of old maps, aerial photographs and experimental dérives, one can draw up hitherto lacking maps of influences, maps whose inevitable imprecision at this early stage is no worse than that of the first navigational charts.

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  • Aug012017

    Elective Course HS2017 | Topology | Walled Waters

    Examining the Topology of the Schanzengraben

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