052-0547-23L  Architectural Design III: How do we live? (J.De Vylder)

SemesterAutumn Semester 2023
LecturersJ. De Vylder, R. Boltshauser, E. Christ, C. Gantenbein, M. Kaijima, D. Mettler, D. Studer
Periodicityyearly recurring course
Language of instructionEnglish (lecture), German (exercise), English (exercise)
CommentPlease register (Link) only after the internal enrolment for the design classes (see Link).
Students who do not wish to change the design class must not enrol.

Project grading at semester end is based on the list of enrolments on 1.11.2023 (valuation date) only.
This is the ultimate deadline to unsubscribe or enroll for the studio.



Courses

NumberTitleHoursLecturers
052-0505-00 VKonstruktion III
Kurssprachen: Deutsch und Englisch.
Keine Lehrveranstaltung am 25.10 (Seminarwoche) und in den beiden letzten Semesterwochen (Schlussabgaben).
2 hrs
Wed08:00-09:35HIL E 3 »
R. Boltshauser, E. Christ, J. De Vylder, C. Gantenbein, M. Kaijima
052-0505-00 UKonstruktion BUK III
Kurssprachen: Deutsch und Englisch.
Keine Lehrveranstaltung am 24.10 (Seminarwoche).
2 hrs
Tue08:00-09:35HIL E 3 »
D. Mettler, D. Studer
052-0547-23 UArchitectural Design III: How do we live? (J.De Vylder)
No course 24/25.10(seminar week).
Teaching languages are English and German.
12 hrs
Tue09:45-17:30HIL F 41 »
Wed08:00-17:30HIL F 41 »
J. De Vylder

Catalogue data

AbstractDo we live a house?
Or do we house a life?
How. Do. We. Live.
Do we know HOW we live? Do we know enough about
HOW we live? HOW do things around us shape the way we
live? HOW do we live the things around us? WHAT are the
conditions around us? WHAT makes our habits? HOW do
habits change conditions?
ObjectiveWith sets of questions, we will question
HOW TO house a life ?
HOW TO
HOW TO cook ?
HOW TO bath ?
HOW TO rest ?
HOW TO move ?
HOW TO eat ?
HOW TO plant ?
HOW TO clean ?
Combined with
WHAT IS
WHAT IS wood ?
WHAT IS steel ?
WHAT IS stone ?
WHAT IS ceramic ?
WHAT IS glass ?
WHAT IS earth ?
WHAT IS concrete ?
Lined out with
WHERE IS
WHERE IS the window ?
WHERE IS the stool ?
WHERE IS the tree ?
WHERE IS the stove ?
WHERE IS the sink ?
WHERE IS the lamp ?
WHERE IS the door ?
And never without
WHAT ABOUT
WHAT ABOUT the norm and the normative ?
WHAT ABOUT the size and the scale ?
WHAT ABOUT the place and the space ?
WHAT ABOUT the individual and the common ?
WHAT ABOUT the culture and the society ?
WHAT ABOUT the weather and the atmosphere ?
WHAT ABOUT the speed and the urge ?
These sets of questions will guide us through the
semester and form SETTINGS, SCENOGRAPHIES and
SEQUENCES.
Is the way we cook defining the space or is our space
changing the way we cook? Is taking a bath a matter of
physical cleaning or might it also be a matter mental health?
Do we sleep to rest or is the bedroom also a place to read,
to play, to meet? Can space be more than circulation? What
do you store, where do you hide? What is an office at home?
What is work at all?
Content0 + 3 + 13
This studio will be organized in 0 + 3 + 13 movements.
Movement 0, 1, 2 and 3 will last 3 weeks. Movement 13
will last 1 week.
During Movement 0, students will question, travel,
draw, and collect from the activities of Universum Carousel
Journey.
Movements 1,2 and 3, students will work in groups of
3. These 3 students become a practice. The practice will be
assigned a set of 2x HOW TO and 1x WHILST ; that they
will freely combine with 1x WHAT IS, 1x WHERE IS and
1x WHAT ABOUT. They will work in the form of settings,
scenographies and sequences for 3 weeks.
In the next movement group members and assigned
sets of questions change again. Each movement will be
another group constellation of students. We study 3 times
a combination of questions. All together we will by that
collect an endless series of configurations of topics.
The Movement 13, will be an individual movement of
questioning, connecting M0, M1, M2 and M3 all together
into sets of questions that will be presented in the last week
as a ground for a collective discussion.
LiteratureMomoyo Kaijima:
- Atelier Bow-Wow: “Behaviorology” Rizzoli International Publication, New York, 2010
- Momoyo Kaijima et al “Made in Tokyo” Kajima Publishing, Japan, 2001

Jan De Vylder:
Free to consult / not limited
- 3 BOEK 789 – ISBN 9789492321749
- BRAVOURE SCARCITY BEAUTY – 9789082122572
- UNLESS EVER PEOPLE – ISBN 9789492567079
- GALLERY MAGAZINE N° I – ISBN 9789493146495

Emanuel Christ and Christoph Gantenbein:
- “Remaking Cities: Techning at ETH Zurich 2010 - 2013. Review No. III”, Park Books, Zurich,2022

Roger Boltshauser:
- Tschanz, Martin (2021): Roger Boltshauser, Monografie, Triest Verlag, Zürich.
- Boltshauser, Roger; Veillon, Cyril; Maillard, Nadja (2020): Pisé. Stampflehm – Tradition und Potenzial, Triest Verlag, Zürich.
- Hönger, Christian; Menti, Urs-Peter; et al. (2009): Das Klima als Entwurfsfaktor, Quart Verlag, Luzern.
- Kapfinger, Otto; Boltshauser, Roger; Rauch, Martin (2011): Haus Rauch: ein Modell moderner Lehmarchitektur / The Rauch house: a model of advanced clay architecture, Birkhäuser, Basel.
Prerequisites / NoticeLecture "Construction III":
- 20.09.2023 Momoyo Kaijima
- 27.03.2023 Momoyo Kaijima
- 04.10.2023 Momoyo Kaijima
- 11.10.2023 Momoyo Kaijima
- 18.10.2023 Momoyo Kaijima
- 25.02.2023 Seminar Week
- 01.11.2023 Christ & Gantenbein
- 08.11.2023 Christ & Gantenbein
- 15.11.2023 Christ & Gantenbein
- 22.11.2023 Christ & Gantenbein
- 29.12.2023 Christ & Gantenbein
- 06.12.2023 All professors: Examination - exhibition of the sketchbooks
CompetenciesCompetencies
Subject-specific CompetenciesConcepts and Theoriesassessed
Method-specific CompetenciesAnalytical Competenciesassessed
Decision-makingassessed
Problem-solvingassessed
Project Managementassessed
Social CompetenciesCommunicationassessed
Cooperation and Teamworkassessed
Leadership and Responsibilityfostered
Self-presentation and Social Influence fostered
Sensitivity to Diversityassessed
Negotiationassessed
Personal CompetenciesAdaptability and Flexibilityassessed
Creative Thinkingassessed
Critical Thinkingassessed
Integrity and Work Ethicsassessed
Self-awareness and Self-reflection assessed
Self-direction and Self-management assessed

Performance assessment

Performance assessment information (valid until the course unit is held again)
Performance assessment as a semester course
ECTS credits14 credits
ExaminersJ. De Vylder
Typegraded semester performance
Language of examinationEnglish
RepetitionRepetition only possible after re-enrolling for the course unit.
Additional information on mode of examinationTeaching languages are English and German.

Vorlesung "Konstruktion III":
Die Vorlesung Konstruktion III ist ein obligatorischer Leistungselement und Bestandteil des Entwurfskurses mit dem Ziel ein umfassendes Verständnis für Architektur und Konstruktion zu erlangen. Die Semesterleistung wird als fortlaufende Leistungskontrolle in einem Skizzenbuch, das am Anfang der Vorlesungsserie ausgehändigt wird, festgehalten. Das Skizzenbuch ist ein eigenständiges Lernelement, mit welchem die Studierenden das Vorgetragene direkt in Form von Skizzen, Kommentaren, Ausarbeitungen und Spekulationen verarbeiten. Am Ende des Semesters findet eine Ausstellung aller Skizzenbücher statt. Die Bewertung wird dann von den jeweiligen Entwurfsstudios durchgeführt und geht mit 10% in die Gesamtnote des Entwurfskurses ein. Dabei werden folgende Kriterien in die Beurteilung einfliessen: Vollständigkeit und Pünktlichkeit der Abgabe, Verständnis und Wiedergabe der präsentieren Inhalte, Fähigkeit zur Interpretation und umfassenderen Aneignung der Konzepte, sowie die grafische Qualität der Darstellungen und Beschriebe.

Übung "Konstruktion BUK III":
Während des Semesters werden verschiedene Übungsaufgaben angeboten. Die Teilnahme an diesen freiwilligen Übungen wird empfohlen.

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