Year: 2021

CoConch • Seamless Digital Materiality

Beitrag zur Ausstellung “Potenziale 3”

REX|LAB, 2021/22

CoConch – Seamless Digital Materiality

CoConch – Seamless Digital Materiality continues the series of robotic experiments started in 2012 focusing on additive processes and the exploration of digital materiality at the REX|LAB of the University of Innsbruck. The installation was 3D-printed on-site in a scale of 1 : 1 during the exhibition period of the Potenzial 3 at the aut in Innsbruck from October 2021 to February 2022. The robot was put into



REX|LAB 2021

UIBK SPRING 2021 Robotic Fabrication Workshop. The workshop focused in computationally designing and digitally fabricating a large-scale prototype structure utilizing robotic 3D printing at REX-LAB facility at the University of Innsbruck, Austria. The participants had the opportunity to engage with robotic fabrication and experiment with computational techniques to produce complex and elaborated results.


PhD Research exhibited at Potenziale 3 I aut. architektur und tirol (october 2021 – february 2022)

Theresa Uitz

Wall and ceiling paintings have frequently been used to expand the built architectural volume into fictive picture spaces. They became relevant as part of an overall architectural spatial strategy during the Renaissance but especially during 17th and 18th-century Baroque. These baroque paintings, exuberant worlds of colours, were very architectural and excel in their expansion of the built volume into … more

Thermochromic Topologies

PhD Research exhibited at Potenziale 3 I aut. architektur und tirol (october 2021 – february 2022)

Andreas Körner

As environmental responsibility becomes more prevalent, architects are encouraged to seek alternative mechanical heating and cooling solutions where possible. This has resulted in a shift in design thinking from a desire for a uniformly heated indoor environment to a more varied and comfortable one. However, expressing the thermodynamic qualities actively can be challenging as most thermal comfort parameters are not visible and … more


ceramic 3D-printing in architecture – WS 2021

Students learn the theory and practice of additive processes in architecture. In small projects we develop the software skills to design for 3D printing as well as to generate the print files. In the next step, individual projects of the students are worked out and their own designs are printed in model scale. Here we focus on the material ceramic. Ceramics, i.e. fired clay, is already the most widely used building material on … more

E1/M1 WS 21/22 Vertical Studio

Course No.: Bachelor LV848106 & LV848107, Master LV848155 & LV848157

E1- Gruppe 0: Mümün Keser, Karolin Schmidbaur, Martin Zangerl
M1: Markus Malin, Karolin Schmidbaur, Gonzalo Vaillo- Martinez
SE: Moritz Heimrath, Clemens Preis

First Meeting: Wednesday, 7.10.2021, 10:00, Hochbau Institute

Model Behavior*

Unter dem Titel ‘Model Behaviour’ sprechen wir die Wechselwirkung von Architektur an. Hier ist gemeint die die Umwelt betreffende Funktion von Architektur (die Bedeutung des Wortes ‘Modell’ im Sinne eines Vorbildes, also vorbildlichen Verhaltens, ist hier bewusst auch angesprochen), aber auch … more