Project Assistant | Department for Energy Design | University of Applied Arts Vienna | 2014
As climate and society change, customizing buildings towards specific usage patterns and local weather conditions that might be obsolete within a few years, does not seem to be the smartest approach to design. Last summer term, we wanted to re-think the architectural environment towards a symbiotic habitat. A habitat relies on the physical, chemical and social interaction of different elements. The role of energy is not seen as a question of supply, but as a parameter that is transformed during an ongoing interaction.
Full-scale spatial prototypes as elements of such a habitat have been developed focussing on the interfaces between climate, men and other organisms.
Project assistant for Arch. DI Bernhard Sommer
Lecturing architecture and sound
(physical basics, history in architecture, interactive approaches, teaching MaxMsp) administrative and student support (descrits, workshops)