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Professur für CAAD

 


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Caad Teaching
 

 
Bachelor of Architecture: CAAD II ss07

 
Master of Advanced Studies
in Architecture, CAAD


 
DWF-Processing
Programmieren statt Zeichnen


 
Graustufen - Ein Atlas
Schweizer Wohngebäude als XML Daten


 
DWF- Denken in Systemen:
In Collaboration with the Technical University Vienna


 
Seminarwoche:
BlowUp


 
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Caad Projects
 

 
Theory
 
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Building
 
Practice

 
Related pages
 

 
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
 
Institute of Building Technology
 
Faculty of Architecture

 
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hbt d-arch

CAAD Practice

The Chair for CAAD introduces recent developments of information technology and
integrates them into a practical architectural context. Topics consist of; design
supported by digital media, production with CNC machines, and intelligent building
services. The courses link and superimpose these fields to create a broad understanding
of the topics. The connection between different forms of digital information and their
application in real spaces is used to develop new ways of expressing architecture. The
courses examine these connections, manipulate them, and use them for designingarchitecture in the broadest sense.


Building IP - Computer Integrated Buildings
  • featuring projects such as:
    • Lecture Hall of the future (ETHWorld)
    • Villa Garbald - protection of a building monument through new functions based on digital technologies
    • ETHGame - real world pervasive game introducing knowledge space and mobile computing
    • Blue-C - video immersive surroundings with focus on video privacy and large scale szenarious
    • Monitoring Wallpaintings with Information Technology
    • and many more under www.building-ip.ethz.ch...

Production with CNC Machines








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