APPLY NOW! ENTRY DATES FOR 2017/18
First Entry Date:
Registration from now on until February 19, 2017
Interviews: February 27, until March 1, 2017
Second Entry Date:
Registration from now on until September 10, 2017
Interviews: September 18 until September 20, 2017
You can ONLY apply in one studio!
If you are interested becoming a student of the Institute of Architecture you can come and visit at any time. During semesterbreak please call in advance! Please inform yourself well about the three design studios of Kazuyo Sejima, Greg Lynn and Hani Rashid and also talk to students about their studio. Don't hesitate, just come and ask!
Each admission at the University depends on the artistic talent of the candidate as evidenced by the portfolio and a personal interview. Depending on the quality of the material submitted selected applicants will be invited to an interview. The admission is decided by a jury. Requirement for approval is a bachelor (BA) in architecture.
More info: http://i-o-a.at/application/
IoA Sliver Lecture Series 2016/17
March 14: Theodore Spyropoulos, AADRL
March 17: Greg Lynn, Angewandte, UCLA
March 23: Carlo Ratti, MIT
TBC: Manuel DeLanda, Pratt Institute
May 3: Herwig Baumgertner, SCI-Arc
May 11: Martin Tamke, CITA
May 23: Liam Young, SCI-Arc
June 6: Ruth Schnell, Martin Kusch, Angewandte
IoA Final- and Diploma Reviews Jan. 24-27
January 24, 1.30pm
Finals Studio Hani Rashid
Hernan Diaz Alonso, Kivi Sotamaa, Peter Trummer
January 25, 10am
January 27, 10am
Finals Studio Kazuyo Sejima
Rüdiger Lainer, Elia Zenghelis
January 26, 10am
Hernan Diaz Alonso (external juror), Greg Lynn (head), Matthias Boeckl, Klaus Bollinger, Brian Cody, Sanford Kwinter, Karin Raith, Hani Rashid and Kazuyo Sejima
January 27, 2pm
Finals Studio Greg Lynn
Wolf D. Prix, Tom Kovac
IoA: Vordere Zollamtsstraße 3, 2nd floor, 1030 Vienna
[APPLIED] FOREIGN AFFAIRS Book launch, Jan. 28
Opening Remarks: Joe Osae-Addo, Baerbel Mueller, Stefanie Theuretzbacher
Panel Discussion with Baerbel Mueller, Juergen Strohmayer, Kojo Benedict Quaye Aka Sir Black, Mae-Ling Lokko, Victoria Okoye
Moderation: Joe Osae-Addo
Archiafrika Jamestown Café, High Street, next to Ussher Fort, Accra, Ghana
[APPLIED] FOREIGN AFFAIRS is a lab at the Institute of Architecture of the University of Applied Arts Vienna that investigates spatial, infrastructural, environmental, and cultural phenomena in rural and urban sub-Saharan Africa. Projects are based on an interdisciplinary, trans-cultural, and experimental approach.
The publication documents three of these labs, which took place between 2011 and 2015 in Ghana and the DR Congo. The resulting projects include OTHER ARCHITECTURE, OTHER PLANNING, and OTHER ARTISTIC RESEARCH, which were generated within transdisciplinary teams and evolved out of very experimental working processes. The work and its impact is presented in its respective context and embedded in a wider discourse: renowned experts write about and discuss the intrinsic topics at hand.
With essays from and conversations with Hannah le Roux, Chief Salifu Mahama Tampurie, Baerbel Mueller, Ann Cassiman, Bernhard Sommer, Joe Osae-Addo, Benrhard Akoi-Jackson, Gerald Bast, Christin Forstinger, Sir Black, Victoria Oyone, Kofi Setordji, Awo Mana Asiedu, Petra Kron, Barbara Putz-Plecko, Klaus Bollinger, Robert Vierlinger, Franz Sam, Jörg Stamm, Manora Auersperg, Kwasi Ohene-Ayeh, Daniel Aschwanden, Neville Mars, Mae-ling Lokko, Akwasi McLaren, Dorine Mokha, Faustin Linyekula, Nikolaus Gansterer, Filip de Boeck, Sammy Baloji, Wolf D. Prix, Virginie Dupray and Peter Sellars
Ed. Baerbel Mueller and the Institue of Architecture
Lecture The Making of...Sequential Roof, ETH Zurich, January 11,7pm
“The Making of the Sequential Roof, Arch_Tec_Lab, ETH Zurich”
Aleksandra Anna Apolinarska,
Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zurich
January 11, 2017, 7 pm
at the Angewandte, Seminarraum 3,Top floor
The Arch_Tec_Lab of the Institute of Technology in Architecture (ITA), ETH Zurich, is covered with a novel timber roof structure, developed and planned at the Chair of Architecture and Digital Fabrication (Gramazio Kohler Research). The 2,308 m2 free-form roof structure consists of 168 trusses assembled robotically from nearly 50,000 unique timber elements in a fully automated process. The complex geometry required a digital planning process that combined design, structural analysis and fabrication details into an integrated computational workflow.
Aleksandra Anna Apolinarska of Gramazio Kohler Research at ETH Zürich was responsible for the project during the specialist design and construction phase. She is an architect with a passion for geometrically complex shapes, computer-aided design and digital fabrication. She gained her professional experience in renowned offices across Europe, including Foster+Partners, designtoproduction, LAVA and UNStudio. By example of the “Sequential Roof” she will explain how innovative computational design and manufacturing methods not only change the logistics of timber construction but also lead to novel architectural solutions.