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The Digital in Architecture HS19
Robotic Landscapes III
Seminar Week AS19
The Digital in Architecture FS19
Seminar Week SS19
The Digital in Architecture HS18
Robotic Landscapes II
MAS DFAB: Rapid Clay Formations
Zero-Waste Geometry
Seminar Week AS18
ROB|ARCH 2018 Workshop
MAS DFAB: Gradual Assemblies
The Digital in Architecture FS18
Robotic Landscapes I
Malleable Voxels
MAS DFAB: minijammed
Seminar Week
MAS DFAB: Brick Labyrinth
MAS DFAB: Robotic Pavilion
Force-Adaptive Wire Cutting
Spatial Extrusions 2
Spatial Extrusions
Graded Structures 2
Graded Structures
Robotic Wire Cutting Summerschool
Spatial Wire Cutting
Extruded Structures
Remote Material Deposition Installation
Remote Material Deposition
Depth Modulations 2
Design of Robotic Fabricated High Rises 2
Depth Modulations
Complex Timber Structures 2
Complex Timber Structures 1
Robotic Metal Aggregations
Shifted Frames 2
Design of Robotic Fabricated High Rises 1
Shifted Frames 1
Spatial Aggregations 2
Spatial Aggregations 1
Robotic Clay Molding
The Fragile Structure 2
The Fragile Structure 1
Procedural Landscapes 2
Procedural Landscapes 1
Seminar Week
The Interlocking 2
The Interlocking 1
The Sequential Structure 2
The Sequential Structure 1
Explicit Bricks
The Programmed Column 2
The Programmed Column 1
Open Air Theater
Voxels 2
Voxels 1
The Opening 2
The Opening 1
The Sequential Wall 2
The Sequential Wall 1
Acoustics
The Foam
The Resolution Wall
Construction Hoarding
The Dissolved Wall
Domoterra Lounge
The Perforated Wall 2
The Perforated Wall 1
The Programmed Wall
The Oblique Hole
Robotic Landscapes III HS19, 2019
HS 2019 Architectural Design Studio (14KP)
The HS 2019 Robotic Landscapes III studio is the third collaboration between the Chair of Christophe Girot and the Chair of Gramazio Kohler Research. Based on robotic principles and procedural design methods, the studio will investigate a range of conceivable landscape approaches to make the Gürbe River course more resilient. In response to the challenges of future catastrophes, this studio will ask students to develop innovative topographic approaches over time that will ensure a long-term equilibrium of the river in this dynamic landscape. Moreover, the river could become an attractive recreational area with bathing pools serving the local fauna and inhabitants. A series of Workshops in robotic modeling (Rhino and Grasshopper plugins), lectures, a compulsory weekend on-site visit at the Gürbe River site, as well as critiques and workbooks will help students attain the high landscape design skills and objectives set by this studio.

Credits:
Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zurich

Collaborators: Jesús Medina
Cooperation with: Prof. Christophe Girot, Ilmar Hurkxkens, Fujan Fahmi, Benedikt Kowalewski

Students: Leon Clemens Beck, David Philipp Brückmann, Tobias Benjamin Etter, Soma-Mevion Famos, Claudia Andrea Fleischmann, Leo Graf, Nicola Graf, Luana Michelle Günthardt, Mathias Häcki, Hannah Clara Kilian, Severin André Kurt, Vanessa Sonja Annalea Magloire, Yuki Minami, Sakiko Noda, Joëlle Schmied, Zehra Susanna Ter, Wei Wei Toh, Caspar Luzius Trueb, Lorin Dorian Wiedemeier, Yueye Xu, Matteo Zwyssig

Chair of Landscape Architecture: Course
Video: Gürbe Valley Drone Shot - Professor Girot

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