Posts tagged with ‘Theory’

  • Apr062022

    Pamphlet 25 | Transitional Space

    Six Japanese Houses Traversed

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  • Jan272022

    Elective Course FS2022 | Topology | Aktion! Landschaft

    From different perspectives of perception and supported by examples from art, literature and history, we will embark on a terrain to be shaped by our own thoughts and actions.

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  • Jan262022

    ROBOTIC LANDSCAPES – Designing the Unfinished

    “Robotic Landscapes—Designing the Unfinished” opens up insights into landscape design’s evolving culture by proposing a new equilibrium between natural and mechanical forces.

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  • Jan262022

    Elective Course FS2022 | Cultural Heritage

    How can we explore, preserve and develop landscapes as a cultural heritage?

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  • Aug052021

    Development of in-situ digital design tools for robotic landscape fabrication

    This thesis focuses on the re-discovery of on-site design using GNSS technology and virtual and augmented reality applications.

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  • Jun152021

    Architecture of Direct Action – Stalker/Osservatorio Nomade

    The practice of the Italian artist and architect group Stalker/Osservatorio Nomade

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  • Jan132021

    Elective Course FS2021 | Topology | Choreografien der Landschaft

    In this elective, we aim to investigate the choreographic aspects of landscape morphology.

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  • Oct042020

    Book Presentation

    Lost in Paradise | Thursday, October 15, 2020, 6.30 p.m.

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  • Aug062020

    Book Presentation – Exklusiv Europabrücke: Auf Umwegen durch Zürich-Altstetten

    Apero & Collective Walk | Thursday, September 3, 2020, 6.30 p.m.

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  • Jun012020

    Exklusiv Europabrücke: Auf Umwegen durch Zürich-Altstetten

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

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  • May222020

    Pamphlet 24 | Lost in Paradise

    A Journey Through the Persian Landscape

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  • Mar182020


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

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