Christian Kerez – Project Berlin – ETH Zürich

Intervention Tempelhof

 Quelle: Arno Brandlhuber

Project Berlin - Architecture Design and Research Course 

The Chair of Architecture and Design at ETH Zurich, Prof. Christian Kerez, invites motivated students to participate in an interdisciplinary resarch and design course in collaboration with the following professors: Arno Brandlhuber, Benjamin Dillenburger, Christian Schmid, Philip Ursprung, Joseph Schwartz and Karin Sander. 

This course is designed as a direct result of the ongoing and increasing housing shortage in Berlin. Therefore, the aim of the 3 month design and research seminar course is to think through new formats for the inevitable development of 200,000 apartments for the city. Students will work collaboratively in small teams to design large scale interventions in Berlin through large models and detailed drawings. 

The course will encompass Architecture Design, Sociology, Art History, Theory and History of Architecture, Structural Design and Digital Geographic Analysis. Results of this course will be published on ARCH +’s June issue of 2018, The Dialogic City: Berlin wird Berlin (Part II) as well as of an exhibition curated by Arno Brandlhuber’s research group. 

Dates: April 1st thru June 30th, 2018
Location: Zurich (1month) and Berlin (2 months) 
Number of ECTS: 25 
Prof. Christian Kerez

for further information contact: 
Patricia Kohl 

Infoveranstaltung am Mittwoch, den 14.2.2018 um 15.30 Uhr im Raum 310