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Chromogenic Composites

Institut Technikerstraße 21, Innsbruck

Chromogenic Composites Exhibition of student work 18.-23. March 2022, Department for Experimental Architecture - Hochbau, Studio Prof. Marjan Colletti   In this seminar, students explored the relationships between digital environmental simulations, digital fabrication, and material properties. The focus lay on the interplay between colour, form, and climate. The objective of the course was to develop a design and fabrication method that links, programs, synchronises and orchestrates those relationships. The results are interactive chromogenic composites that act as interfaces between the built and the natural environment. In diesem Seminar erforschten die Studierenden die Beziehungen zwischen digitalen Umweltsimulationen, digitaler Fertigung und Materialeigenschaften. Der Schwerpunkt lag dabei auf dem Zusammenspiel von Farbe, Form und Klima. Ziel des Kurses war es, eine Design- und Fertigungsmethode zu entwickeln, die diese Beziehungen verknüpft, programmiert, synchronisiert und orchestriert. Das Ergebnis sind interaktive chromogene Komposite, die als Schnittstellen zwischen der gebauten und der natürlichen Umwelt fungieren. Course: 848181 - Seminar New Technologies (LFU) Teaching: Andreas Körner    

Exhibition sophia builds @ PHT

PHT Pastorstrasse 7, Innsbruck

Exhibition “sophia builds” in the Pedagogical University of Tyrol (PHT - Pädagogische Hochschule Tirol). Duration of the exhibition 2.7.2021 – 27.8.2021. On display are 12 bachelor theses from the structural engineering work area from the academic year 20/21 and a mock-up of the winning project selected from the 12 projects in an official jury process and planned for implementation on the PHT property. In addition, we screen the film “lern (t) räume” produced by the students for the start of the Architecture Days 21. (https://architekturtage.at/2021/programm/tv) The exhibition can be seen until August 27, 2021. see also: Beitrag Bezirksblatt: Raumkonzept "Chamäleon" hat überzeugt „Sophia+“ – ein experimenteller Lehr- und Lernraum entsteht