Silke Langenberg: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2021

Name Prof. Dr. Silke Langenberg
FieldConstruction Heritage and Preservation
Address
Konstruktionserbe u. Denkmalpflege
ETH Zürich, HIT H 43.2
Wolfgang-Pauli-Str. 27
8093 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telephone+41 44 633 69 77
E-maillangenberg@arch.ethz.ch
DepartmentArchitecture
RelationshipFull Professor

NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
052-0911-21LRepair: Making Things Better Information
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2 credits2SS. Langenberg
AbstractThe lifespan of objects is decreasing not only in product design but also in architecture due to complex constructions, use of materials that are difficult to dismantle, and industrial manufacturing processes. Repairability is becoming less of a concern - replacement seems to be the norm. We need to rethink the way we build, starting already during the planning phase.
ObjectiveTraditional topics of preservation are combined with implementations of contemporary repair and FAB initiatives to raise awareness for a sustainable thinking and action. Students will learn both traditional and digital methods as well as the basic constructive and material criteria for repair. The objective is not only the hands-on repair of an object but especially the theoretical transfer to architecture.
ContentThe elective course will discuss and examine the reparability of products and constructions. Based on a broken object of their choice, each student will first identify its defects and the reasons. Subsequently, they will develop a repair concept and carry it out under expert guidance or with the aid of digital fabrication processes. The objective is not only to restore the object to a working condition, but also to improve it through repair - if and where possible.
LiteratureAbel van, Bas, Roel Klaassen, Lucas Evers und Peter Troxler (Hg.), Open Design Now, Amsterdam 2011.

Auerbach, Lisa Anne, Don’t do it yourself!, Studienhefte Problemorientiertes Design 2, Hamburg 2013.

Baier, Andrea u. a. (Hg.), Die Welt reparieren, Bielefeld 2016.

Baier, Andrea u. a., Stadt der Commonisten, Bielefeld 2013.

Baumeister, Reparaturkultur – Vom Wert der Dinge, Heft 8/2020.

Bayerl, Günter und Georg Stöger (Hg.), »Reparieren – oder die Lebensdauer der Gebrauchsgüter«, in: Technikgeschichte, Heft 3, Jahrgang 79 (2012).

Braungart, Michael und William McDonough, Cradle to Cradle, München 2014.

Fastermann, Petra, 3D-Drucken. Wie die generative Fertigungstechnik funktioniert, Berlin 2016.

Gershenfeld, Neil, Fab: The Coming Revolution on Your Desktop – from Personal Computers to Personal Fabrication, New York 2007.

Gewiese, Angela u. a., Recycling von Baureststoffen, Renningen 1994.

Gramazio, Fabio, Matthias Kohler und Silke Langenberg (Hg.), Fabricate: Negotiating Design and Making, Zürich 2014.

Grewe, Maria, Teilen, Reparieren, Mülltauchen, Bielefeld 2017.

Hassler, Uta (Hg.), Langfriststabilität: Beiträge zur langfristigen Dynamik der gebauten Umwelt. Zürich 2011.

Heckl, Wolfgang M., Die Kultur der Reparatur, München 2013.

Krebs, Stefan u. a., Kulturen des Reparierens, Bielefeld 2018.

Kurz, Melanie, Handwerk oder Design. Zur Ästhetik des Handgemachten, München 2015.

Langenberg, Silke (Hg.), Reparatur. Anstiftung zum Denken und Machen. Berlin 2018.

Le-Mentzel, Van Bo, Hartz IV Möbel, Berlin 2012.

McLellan, Todd, Ganz schön zerlegt, Potsdam 2013.

Menges, Achim, Bob Sheil, Ruairi Glynn und Marilena Skavara (Hg.), Fabricate: Rethinking Design and Construction, London 2017.

Nickel, Werner, Recycling-Handbuch. Strategien – Technologien – Produkte, Berlin 2013.

Papanek, Victor, Design for the Real World. Human Ecology and Social Change, New York 1972.

Petzet, Michael und Uta Hassler (Hg.), Das Denkmal als Altlast? Auf dem Weg in die Reparaturgesellschaft. (ICOMOS Hefte des Deutschen Nationalkomitees XXI). München 1996.

Schmidt, Hartwig (Hg.), Das Konzept Reparatur. Ideal und Wirklichkeit (ICOMOS Hefte des Deutschen Nationalkomitees XXXII), München 2000.

Schridde, Stefan, Murks? Nein danke! Was wir tun können, damit die Dinge besser werden, München 2014.

Sennet, Richard, The craftsman, New Haven, London 2008.

Sheil, Bob und Ruairi Glynn (Hg.), Fabricate: Making Digital Architecture, London 2011.

Sommer, Bernd und Harald Welzer, Transformationsdesign, München 2014.

Stockhammer, Daniel (Hg.), Upcycling. Wieder- und Weiterverwendung als Gestaltungsprinzip in der Architektur. Zürich 2020.

Thun-Hohenstein, Christoph (Hg.), handWERK. Tradiertes Können in der digitalen Welt, Wien 2016.

Walter-Herrmann, Julia und Corinne Büching (Hg.), FabLab: Of Machines, Makers and Inventors. Bielefeld 2014.

Will, Thomas, Die Kunst des Bewahrens. Denkmalpflege, Architektur und Stadt, Berlin 2020.
Prerequisites / NoticeITA Pool - information event on the courses offered at the institute ITA: Wednesday 8th September 2021, 10-11 h, ONLINE.
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052-0913-21LPreservation: Communicate & Exhibit Information Restricted registration - show details
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2 credits2SS. Langenberg
AbstractThis elective course discusses current as well as historical practices and theories of preservation. Under the title "Communicate & Exhibit", the focus in the fall semester of 2021 is on forward-looking positions on "Building in the Existing Building Stock" and how these are communicated to the public by preservation experts, architects, and curators.
ObjectiveThis course provides students with insight into the most important theories and practices of historic preservation and ways of conveying and exhibiting them. Students can deepen their understanding of the subject and discuss issues in a group by examining a topic of their own choice.
ContentCurrent strategies of "building in the existing fabric" are backed by various historical theories and practices of preservation. But which architects follow - explicitly or implicitly - which theory? How do these points of view evolve through the activities of different actors in their preservation and building activities, what forms of sufficiency have been and are being practiced? What "first works" are worth showing that introduce significant architectural oeuvres as building within the existing built fabric?
In the fall semester of 2021, we will explore influential approaches to preservation and examine narratives associated with them, such as resource allocation, change of use, and "modernisation”. We will also analyse, discuss, and question their public communication. The insights gained will flow into the development of curatorial concepts, which will be applied and tested on the basis of a specific project site.
CompetenciesCompetencies
Subject-specific CompetenciesConcepts and Theoriesassessed
Techniques and Technologiesassessed
Method-specific CompetenciesAnalytical Competenciesassessed
Decision-makingassessed
Media and Digital Technologiesassessed
Problem-solvingassessed
Project Managementassessed
Social CompetenciesCommunicationassessed
Cooperation and Teamworkassessed
Customer Orientationfostered
Leadership and Responsibilityassessed
Self-presentation and Social Influence assessed
Sensitivity to Diversityassessed
Negotiationassessed
Personal CompetenciesAdaptability and Flexibilityfostered
Creative Thinkingassessed
Critical Thinkingassessed
Integrity and Work Ethicsassessed
Self-awareness and Self-reflection fostered
Self-direction and Self-management fostered
063-0911-00LFuture Monuments Information
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ITA Pool Introduction to courses within the institute ITA: 8.9.21, 10-11h, HIB Open Space.
2 credits2VS. Langenberg
AbstractHeritage conservation is dedicated to the preservation and protection of historical buildings. In this lecture, students will learn about the theoretical positions on historic monuments and the basics of preservation in practice.
ObjectiveIn addition to active participation in the discussions, students will be asked to engage with a topic or object of their own choice in order to be able to develop and comprehensibly justify their own positions within the context of preservation. Our goal here is to foster students' communication skills and the culture of discussion.
ContentThe responsible reconstruction and further development of the existing building stock requires knowledge and an understanding of the theoretical positions conservation and the basics of preservation in practice. This core conveys this knowledge to students with the help of selected writings and discusses them in the context of various guest lectures. In addition to dealing with historical buildings, the course is also dedicated to younger (and very young) objects and inventories - for in addition to the preservation of already listed objects, the selection and inventorisation of future protected objects is also one of the core tasks of heritage conservation.
LiteratureREADING LIST

Monographs and edited volumes:

Brandt, Sigrid, Jörg Haspel und John Ziesemer, ICOMOS Deutschland/ Österreich/ Luxem-burg/ Schweiz (Hg.), Monumenta IV: Deutschsprachige Texte – vom Europäischen Denkmalschutzjahr 1975 zum Europäischen Kulturerbejahr 2018, Berlin 2020.

Dehio, Georg, Kunsthistorische Aufsätze. München 1914

Eidg. Kommission für Denkmalpflege (Hg.),
Leitsätze zur Denkmalpflege in der Schweiz, Zürich 2007.

Falser, Michael und Wilfried Lipp, ICOMOS Österreich (Hg.),
Monumenta III: Eine Zukunft für unsere Vergangenheit. Zum 40. Jubiläum des Europäischen Denkmalschutzjahres (1975–2015), Berlin 2015.

Franz, Birgit, Gerhard Vinken und Johanna Blokker (Hg.),
Denkmal - Werte - Bewertung. Denkmalpflege im Spannungsfeld von Fachinstitution und bürgerschaftlichem Engagement, Holzminden 2013 (Veröffentlichung des Arbeitskreises Theorie und Lehre der Denkmalpflege e.V., Band 23).

Huse, Norbert (Hg.), Denkmalpflege: Deutsche Texte aus drei Jahrhunderten, München 1984.

ICOMOS Deutschland/ Österreich/ Luxemburg/ Schweiz (Hg.),
Monumenta I: Internationale Grundsätze und Richtlinien der Denkmalpflege, Stuttgart 2012.

Martin, Dieter J. und Michael Krautzberger (Hg.),
Handbuch Denkmalschutz und Denkmalpflege. Einschliesslich Archäologie – Recht, fachli-che Grundsätze, Verfahren, Finanzierung, München 2006.

Meier, Hans-Rudolf, Ingrid Scheurmann und Wolfgang Sonne (Hg.),
Werte. Begründungen der Denkmalpflege in Geschichte und Gegenwart, Berlin 2013.

Meier, Hans-Rudolf und Marion Wohlleben (Hg.),
Bauten und Orte als Träger von Erinnerung. Die Erinnerungsdebatte und die Denkmalpflege, Zürich 2000.

Petzet, Michael und Gert Mader (Hg.),
Praktische Denkmalpflege, Stuttgart/ Berlin/ Köln 1993.

Petzet, Michael, ICOMOS Deutschland/ Luxemburg/ Österreich/ Schweiz (Hg.)
Monumenta II: Denkmalpflege – Internationale Grundsätze in Theorie und Praxis, Berlin 2013.

Ruskin, John, The Stones of Venice, 3. Bde., London 1851.

Schmidt, Leo (Hg.),
Einführung in die Denkmalpflege, Darmstadt 2008.

Scheurmann, Ingrid und Hans-Rudolf Meier (Hg.),
DENKmalWERTE: Beiträge zur Theorie und Aktualität der Denkmalpflege. Georg Mörsch zum 70. Geburtstag, Berlin 2010.

Scott, Fred, On Altering Architecture. London 2007

Will, Thomas, Die Kunst des Bewahrens. Denkmalpflege, Architektur und Stadt, Berlin 2020.

Wohlleben, Marion und Georg Mörsch, Georg Dehio und Alois Riegl - Konservie-ren, nicht restaurieren. Streitschriften zur Denkmalpflege um 1900, Basel 1988 (Bauwelt Fundamente 80)

Hassler, Uta, Langfriststabilität. Beiträge zur langfristigen Dynamik der gebauten Umwelt, Zürich 2011

Fundamentals and legal texts:

Stadt Zürich Hochbaudepartement, Amt für Städtebau, Denkmalpflege und Archäologie (Hg.), Schulhäuser der Stadt Zürich. Spezialinventar Archäologie und Denkmalpflege, September 2008

Stadt Zürich Hochbaudepartement, Amt für Städtebau (Hg.), Bauten, Gärten und Anlagen 1960 bis 1980. Inventarergänzung, August 2013

SR 451 Bundesgesetz über den Natur- und Heimatschutz und die Denkmalpflege vom 1. Juli 1966 und die dazu gehörende Verordnung.

Denkmalpflegegesetzgebung in den Heimatkantonen der Kursteilnehmenden.

Die Kunstdenkmäler der Schweiz

INSA – Inventare der Heimatkantone der Teilnehmenden
CompetenciesCompetencies
Subject-specific CompetenciesConcepts and Theoriesassessed
Techniques and Technologiesassessed
Method-specific CompetenciesAnalytical Competenciesassessed
Decision-makingassessed
Media and Digital Technologiesfostered
Problem-solvingassessed
Project Managementfostered
Social CompetenciesCommunicationassessed
Cooperation and Teamworkassessed
Customer Orientationfostered
Leadership and Responsibilityassessed
Self-presentation and Social Influence assessed
Sensitivity to Diversityassessed
Negotiationassessed
Personal CompetenciesAdaptability and Flexibilityfostered
Creative Thinkingfostered
Critical Thinkingassessed
Integrity and Work Ethicsfostered
Self-awareness and Self-reflection assessed
Self-direction and Self-management fostered