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Book launch "Studio Prix at the University of Applied Arts Vienna 1990-2011“

Book launch "Studio Prix at the University of Applied Arts Vienna 1990-2011“

BOOK LAUNCH "Studio Prix at the University of Applied Arts Vienna 1990-2011“
Date: October 11, 2016, 8 pm
Venue: OFF IS, Traungasse 12, 1030 Vienna

Wolf D. Prix, founder of Coop Himmelb(l)au was more than 20 years head of Studio Prix at the Angewandte in Vienna. His architectural visions shaped the studio with radical concepts, high profile strategies and right from the beginning enabled students to develop projects for the world of the future. 
Studio Prix was a creative cluster with intense teaching. This publication contains a selection of projects and diploma works of students as well as statements of international friends like Hitoshi Abe, Hernan Diaz Alonso, Klaus Bollinger, Chris Bangle, Aaron Betsky, Mario Coyula-Cowley, Gregor Eichinger, Peter Eisenman, Zaha Hadid, Catherine Ingraham, Bettina Götz, Lars Lerup, Greg Lynn, Thom Mayne, Eric Owen Moss, Peter Noever, Carl Pruscha, Hani Rashid, Michael Rotondi, Patrik Schumacher, Peter Sellars, Lebbeus Woods as well as teaching staff and theoreticians such as Günther Feuerstein, Sanford Kwinter, Hans Ulrich Reck and Christian Reder.

16/09/16

Studio Hani Rashid in Beijing

Studio Hani Rashid in Beijing

Studio Hani Rashid's exhibition "Antarctica Re_Cyclical" is part of the 4th Art & Science International Exhibition "Dialogue with Leonardo da Vinci" at the Tsinghua University Art Museum in Beijing 
September 11, 2016 - March 19, 2017

05/09/16

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29/08/16

Angewandte Architecture Challenge 2016 - AAC16

Angewandte Architecture Challenge 2016 - AAC16

Integrated Digital Design and Fabrication

The “Angewandte Architecture Challenge” is an architecture summer school program in collaboration with international experts and institutions. It is intended for architecture students interested in exploring integrated digital design and fabrication while simultaneously designing a full-scale built project within the teaching environment of the Institute of Architecture at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.

Angewandte Architecture Challenge 2016 - AAC16
Architectural Design at the “Angewandte” is taught as an integrated, multidisciplinary process. Following this tradition, the
design process will be enriched with parametric design strategies combining Grasshopper plugins such as the KARAMBA and
KUKA parametric robotic control (KUKA/prc) platforms. AAC16 is organized in collaboration with TU Wien, Clever Contour
GMBH and Bollinger + Grohmann Engineers. Specialists from the University of Applied Arts and invited guest experts will
co-tutor the workshop. The handling of virtual simulation methods and the engineering of full-scale structures using digital
manufacturing through plastic forming with a KUKA industrial robot will be a primary focus of the workshop. This workshop
will result not only in built structures and environments, but will also inform and prepare interested students for the Master
of Architecture study program at the Institute of Architecture.

The entrance interviews for the MArch program, Studios Greg
Lynn, Kazuyo Sejima and Hani Rashid take place in September at the Angewandte.

Format & Ambitions
The AAC16 Program is organized as a week-long, intense event. Software introduction to Rhino / Grasshopper / Karamba /
KUKA prc will be followed by project design development in groups and daily reviews. Selected projects will be fabricated
using the KUKA industrial robot at the robot laboratory of the Robotic Woodcraft research project, using a newly developed
and innovative plastic forming process entailing a new manufacturing process chain. The workshop will close with a
� nal presentation of the full-scale structure with guests followed by an exhibition. Lectures by international experts will
accompany the workshop. Ideal participants are architecture students with a bias in Digital Design & Fabrication. Materials,
working space and necessary fabrication equipment will be made available. You need to bring your own laptop with Rhino
and Grasshopper installed. Basic use of Rhino and Grasshopper is required, knowledge of Karamba is a plus, but not required.

Time & Location:
5th September–10th September 2016 at University of Applied Arts “Die Angewandte” Vienna
Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz 2, 1010 Vienna

Info & Application:
application@architecturechallenge.org
www.architecturechallenge.org
www.facebook.com/architecturechallenge

Link to previous Architecture Challenge events:
www.2011.architecturechallenge.org “Spring Challenge”
www.2012.architecturechallenge.org “Inter Active Sound Scape”
www.2013.architecturechallenge.org “Robotic In� ltrations” - received acclaimed international AZ Award in 2015
www.2014.architecturechallenge.org “Polymer Folding Scapes”

Material & Use of Equipment Fee:
Students 190 €
Professionals 250 € 
Group discount -10 % (minimum 3 participants paying through one payment)

Instructors:
University of Applied Arts Vienna: Andrei Gheorghe (IoA), Manora Auersperg (Textiles Gestalten), Philipp Hornung
TU Wien, Clever Contour GMBH: Franz Steiner
Bollinger + Grohman Engineers: Robert Vierlinger
KUKA industrial robot at RWC Lab / Angewandte Vienna

29/08/16

IoA Diploma- and Final Reviews Summer 2016

IoA Diploma- and Final Reviews Summer 2016

June 13, 2016, 1 pm
Final Reviews Studio Hani Rashid
Guests: Ben van Berkel, Lise Anne Couture, Benedetta Tagliabue

June 22, 2016, 2 pm
Final Reviews Studio Greg Lynn
Guests: Ulrika Karlsson, Hannes Traupmann

June 23, 2016, 8 am
Diploma Reviews
Guest: Patrik Schumacher

June 30, 2016, 1 pm
Final Reviews Cross Over „Energizing VIenna“
Guests: Claudia Pasquero, Hannes Stiefel, Lina Streeruwitz
Alte Post, Dominikanerbastei 11, 1010 Vienna

22/06/16

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