We would like to invite our new MIAD and MID students to the Kick-Off-Workshop “Cultural Otherness and Architecture” from October 2nd – 6th 2017 as the official start of the semester.
On July 26th, the P2 Integrated Project BIE ART EXT final presentation took place. Dr Friedrich Meschede, Director of Kunsthalle Bielefeld and thus our client, was invited as critic. A lively discussion about architecture and Bielefeld planning specifics evolved. Our guest was impressed by the wide array of different solutions on offer. A selection of […]
At the end of August, 13 students from three faculties of University of Applied Sciences (HS OWL) will travel to the Black Rock Desert in Nevada, USA. What are they doing? Art! For the festival „Burning Man“ the team builds a four meter high art object called „Desert Eyes“. They are the only German team […]
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
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 […]
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 […]
(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.