P2 Excursion to Berlin | 20.04.2018

P2 Excursion to Berlin | 20.04.2018

On April 20th 2018, MIAD P2 went to Berlin to visit the site of the project in Tempelhof district. They were briefed by Mrs. Richter and Mrs. Hoffert of the Senate Department for City Development and Housing as well as by Mr. Ruhnke of Tempelhof District Library. Afterwards, they went to see more libraries. Aside […]

P2 Kick-Off | „Kulturbaustein Berlin-Tempelhof“

P2 Kick-Off | „Kulturbaustein Berlin-Tempelhof“

The 2018 P2 Integrated Project started on April 17th 2018. The task is to reorganize the northern vicinity of Tempelhof Town Hall in Berlin through the design of a multifunctional cultural building. It is to serve as a library, exihibiton hall, music school and educational center as well as a meeting point for citizens. The […]

MIAD exihibition at Kunsthalle Bielefeld

MIAD exihibition at Kunsthalle Bielefeld

„The preparations for the MIAD P2 exihibition at Kunsthalle Bielefeld are well under way by now. The posters have been been sent to the Kunsthalle for framing and the catalogue is being printed and will be ready for the opening on Wednesday, December 13th at 5 p.m. All are invited!“    

ClipHUT

ClipHUT

The development process of the ‚Common Hut‘ is based on a circular metamorphosis of digital design and fabrication techniques according to the principal – „design through making“. The design development will be basically driven by constructive principals including material properties, its behaviour but also an optimized interchange between digital and analogue -crafting inspired- fabrication techniques. […]

Desert Eyes / A Burning Man Project 2017

Desert Eyes / A Burning Man Project 2017

Desert Eyes is a transdisciplinary student project with teams of various faculties (FB1/FB2/FB5), disciplines and institutions (Campus Agentur Detmold) of the University of Applied Sciences Ostwestfalen Lippe developing a large scale architectural installation for the burning man festival 2017 with this year’s motto ‚Radical Ritual‘.

Membrane structures workshop

Membrane structures workshop

On Thursday and Friday, November 15-16th, Summum Engineering gave a workshop on the topic of membrane structures and their form finding to the students of the Master of Integrated Architectural Design at the Detmold School of Architecture and Interior Architecture, at the Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe, Campus Detmold, in Detmold, Germany. The workshop was given at the kind invitation of participant […]

MIAD Integrated Project Midterm

MIAD Integrated Project Midterm

The MIAD P2 Integrated Project Midterm Presentation took place on June 7th. Prof. André Habermann of HSD Architects / Bochum University of Applied Sciences was our guest critic. In a lively discussion between him, the presenters, Tillmann Wagner and Jasper Jochimsen, the projects were elvaluated and recommendations for their further development given. Prof. Habermann was […]

MID Computational Design students receive ‚1. Honorable Mention‘ in national architecture competition

MID Computational Design students receive ‚1. Honorable Mention‘ in national architecture competition

On March 25th 2017, the project concept proposal for the national architecture competition ‚Santa Cruz Municipal Theater‘ in Bolivia, developed by two our actual MID students Alvaro Balderrama and Onurcan Sabri Kurt has been awarded by the jury with the 1st Honorable Mention among over one hundred other projects registered in a competition at a […]

Integrated Project: Excursion to Bielefeld

Integrated Project: Excursion to Bielefeld

The MIAD P2 Integrated Project was kicked off on April 12th. The task is the design of an extension building to Kunsthalle Bielefeld. This semester, there will be two groups led by Prof. Jochimsen and Dipl.-Ing. Tillmann Wagner from Berlin respectively. For information about Tillmann Wagner see www.tillmannwagner.de. In order to familiarize ourselves with the site […]

efnMOBILE Workshop: TEXTILE BUILDING SKIN

efnMOBILE Workshop: TEXTILE BUILDING SKIN

(Smart) textile structures and façades have a long tradition in architecture due to their lightweight properties, geometrical flexibility and resource efficiency. With new developments by combination of different materials within textiles various requirements in the façade can be addressed more decentralized and individually to user needs and/or environmental impact.