Exhibition "From Point to Paper" by Studio Greg Lynn, March 9, 4pm
Exhibition Opening: Friday March 9, 4pm
Exhibition Duration: March 9th - March 23rd
Where: Die Angewandte, Stubenring 3, Lichthof A
Introduction by Maja Ozvaldic, Bence Pap
and Dominik Strzelec
, Assistants at Studio Greg Lynn, Institute of Architecture at the University of Applied Arts ViennaCurators: Dieter Fellner
and Margarita Volkova,
Students at Studio Greg Lynn, Institute of Architecture at the University of Applied Arts Vienna
The reconstruction of prehistoric caves dates back to a long history of showcasing these precious spatial artifacts to a wider public. It not only brings in questions of design methodology but also spatial architectural problems relating to notational systems, data representation, geometry, ornament, structure and assembly logic.
Studio Lynn (Architekturentwurf 2) was exploring the idea of reproduction from within the disciplinary concerns of architecture. Working with new technologies for assessing information (LIDAR scan), processing (high density point clouds) and translating information (simulation tools – Karamba) the idea was not to literally reproduce, but through a series of constraints work with information at the intersection between digital and physical. And finally to spatialize those investigations and turn them into physical form, using Augmented Reality in the context of construction.
IoA Finals- and Diploma Reviews
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Finals Studio Hani Rashid
Starting at 9.30 am
Guests: Jürgen Mayer H., Tobias Wallisser
Thursday, January 25, 2018
Diploma Reviews Studio Kazuyo Sejima, Studio Greg Lynn and Studio Hani Rashid
Starting at 10 am
Jury: Greg Lynn (head), Matthias Boeckl, Klaus Bollinger, Brian Cody, Sanford Kwinter, Karin Raith, Hani Rashid and Kazuyo Sejima
Guest: Antón García-Abril
Friday, January 26, 2018
Finals Studio Greg Lynn
Starting at 10.30 am
Guests: Elena Manferdini, Theodore Spyropoulos, Andrew Witt
Friday, January 26, 2018
Finals Studio Kazuyo Sejima
Starting at 11.00 am
Guests: András Palffy
IoA Sliver Lecture Series "Positions", Jan.11, 2018
4. Panel Discussion "Built/Unbuilt Vol.02" with Marie-Therese Harnoncourt and Barbara Imhof
Moderation: Bence Pap, Assistant at Studio Greg Lynn, Institute of Architecture at the University of Applied Arts Vienna
University of Applied Arts Vienna, Lichthof B
Stubenring 3, 1010 Vienna
The “Built and Unbuilt” cluster will highlight positions of spatial production, as understood in the environment of an architectural practice. Architects today work in a network of professionals and tackle various scales of operation within their responsibility. The work ranges from urban design and thinking about future scenarios of the city, to products and everything in between. We have entered the fourth industrial revolution of the information age which holds new challenges for our profession. The session will discuss and elaborate diverse approaches to architectural production and expression and coming demands of our discipline.
Following we would like to invite you to a small reception.
Lecture by Tetsuo Kondo, December 12, 7pm
"Architecture and Environment"
Vordere Zollamtsstraße 3, 2nd floor
The Making of ... Architectural Theory with Nicole Stöcklmayr, December 6, 7.30pm
The lecture focuses on the materiality of the wall by presenting and exploring some pivotal scenes from BBC's television series "Sherlock" (2010-present). In particular, it analyses how different types of walls not only serve as a background for the episodes' scenes, but also have an agency and are directly involved in action and interaction within the visual, auditory, and spatial narrative. The fundamental question behind the examination of the particular material qualities of the wall as a building element and as part of the film plot is how we can deal with theory and discuss architecture as a cultural production today. The documentation of the construction process (research, writing, and rendering) of an essay on walls will be part of this presentation on the making of architectural theory.
Nicole Stoecklmayr is a writer and lecturer in history & theory of architecture, media studies, and design. She holds a Ph.D. in cultural studies from the University of Applied Arts Vienna where she also graduated with a degree in architecture. Her research and publications focus on mediums of architecture (e.g. drawings, models, buildings, computer simulations) as well as architecture in media (e.g. movies, TV shows, games). She was Research Associate at MECS Institute for Advanced Study on Media Cultures of Computer Simulation, Research Fellow at IKKM Internationales Kolleg für Kulturtechnikforschung und Medienphilosophie, and taught at Leuphana University of Lüneburg and Bauhaus-University Weimar. In addition to her academic work, she also runs scenesofarchitecture.com, a blog dedicated to the architectural in movies, television series, and games.
University of Applied Arts Vienna
Stubenring 3, Hörsaal 1