Making Plans for Living Together

Making Plans for Living Together - Final Review
June 2, 2021 10:00 - 17:15

Wednesday, June 2nd, Second Day of Final Reviews via Zoom

Guest Critics: Dr. Rebecca Choi, Maria Conen, Prof. Dr. Sébastien Marot 

Making Plans for Living Together - Final Review
June 1, 2021 10:00 - 17:15

Tuesday, June 1st, First Day of Final Reviews via Zoom

Guest Critics: Prof. Dr. Janina Gosseye, Prof. Eva Prats, Prof. Alexandre Theriot

Making Plans for Living Together - Final Review
June 1/2, 2021

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Tuesday, June 1st and Wednesday, June 2nd, Final Reviews via Zoom

Making Plans for Living Together - Final Review
June 1/2, 2021

Chicken House, Murielle Morger, Eva Schneuwly

Tuesday, June 1st and Wednesday, June 2nd, Final Reviews via Zoom

Guest Critics: Prof. Dr. Janina Gosseye, Prof. Eva Prats, Prof. Alexandre Theriot,

Dr. Rebecca Choi, Maria Conen, Prof. Dr. Sébastien Marot 

Making Plans for Living Together - Studio Review
May 11, 2021

Sarah Köstler, Patrick Greber

Tuesday, May 11th, Studio Review, via Zoom

Guest Critic: Prof. Dr. Silke Langenberg (Chair of Construction Heritage and Preservation, ETH Zürich)

Making Plans for Living Together - Studio Review
April 20, 2021

Inhabitation, Laura Cereghetti, Marco Busarello

Tuesday, April 20th, Studio Review, via Zoom

Making Plans for Living Together - Remote Teaching

Fiona Kuang, Linda Sjøqvist

Teaching remote during this semester, we are using Are.na to show and share work online.

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Jan Schweizer, Yiran Zhang

Murielle Morger, Eva Schneuwly

Amélie Bès, Marc Délez

Sarah Köstler, Patrick Greber

Grégoire Bridel, Rémy Carron

Lisa Stricker, Jenna Nutivaara

Fiona Kuang, Linda Sjøqvist

Nora Schibli, Yagmur Kültür

Sabrina Boss, Lorenz Gujer

Lucia Giacobbi, Cristina Urzola

Nicolas Schwegler, Severin Ziegler

Laura Cereghetti, Marco Busarello

Studio Caruso

Making Plans for Living Together - Workshop 2
March 17, 2021

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Sihlquai 278

Grégoire Bridel, Rémy Carron

Wednesday, March 17th, Workshop 2, Group Works on Site and Architecture

Guest Critic: Jochen Schamelhout (Elmēs, Chair of Jan de Vylder, ETHZ)

Making Plans for Living Together - Workshop 1
March 2, 2021

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The Mushroom at the End of the World - Monte Verità & Abbaye de Sénanque

Jan Schweizer, Yiran Zhang, Nicolas Schwegler, Severin Ziegler

Tuesday, March 2nd, Workshop 1, Group Works on Reference and Text

Making Plans for Living Together
Introduction: 23 February 2021, 11:00am

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Chelsea Hotel, BBC Arena, 1981

Introduction: 23 February 2021, 11.00am, via Zoom

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Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of the Species was based on its author’s observations of the natural world. Its emphasis on competition and on the evolutionary success of nature’s predators was also informed by Darwin’s experience of the competitive ravages of industrial England. The idea of a ‘social Darwinism’ was used as justification by the 19th century industrial elite for the social damage that was inherent to the industrial economy. In the age of science, what was true for nature, they argued, was equally true for the political and the social. Critiques of the apparent determinism of Darwin’s theory emerged as soon as his book was published, and a particularly eloquent and comprehensive response, Mutual Aid – A Factor of Evolution was published by Peter Kropotkin at the end of the 19th century. Based on observations, and more pragmatic than ideological, the book describes how widespread and important, mutually beneficial cooperation and reciprocity are in both the animal kingdom and within the history of human societies. 

This semester we will make detailed plans for living together. We will imagine ourselves freed from the false dogma of social Darwinism, in a place where essential tasks like caring for people, growing food and living in balance with our environment, are more important than non-essential activities like banking and academia. We will study models of mutual aid in the human, animal and vegetal worlds through references that are modest in size but that engage with matters of material, technique and society altogether, acknowledging that these are different facets of large and necessarily interconnected systems. Some of our references, like the Shaker community of Mount Lebanon are historic, some like the Chelsea Hotel are urban, others like Melliodora in Australia are ongoing experiments. Withdrawing from the centre, these settlements seek out the space and the time to make societies that could be more equitable, providing alternatives to the mainstreams of their time. With a range of principles and techniques, from forms of governance to methods of upcycling and spatial experimentation, we will work on a series of sites in and around Zurich, considering programme and material, human and animal inhabitation, allowing a complexity of subjects of equivalent importance to inform the development of the designs. 

Construction as an integrated discipline is included in this course 

FS 2021, ETH Zürich, Studio Caruso

Emilie Appercé, Martina Bischof, Adam Caruso, Benjamin Groothuijse, Claudio Schneider, Barbara Thüler

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Master's Thesis HS 2021

Light touch, Marriott

Hotel Marriott, Zürich (www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-photos/zrhdt-zurich-marriott-hotel/)

Programmatic, performative and urbanistic inadequacies are the most common excuses for demolishing buildings. Interiors are too dark, too noisy, too cold, too hot. Façades are insufficiently insulated. Apartment plans are too old fashioned, they will never rent or sell. The quarter is simply not dense enough. All of these arguments usually conceal another deficiency, the building is not valuable enough. In fact, it is just not valued enough. Zurich’s indefensible policy of Ersatz Neubau has unleashed a fury of demolition which is socially and environmentally unacceptable. With this diploma project we wish to explore alternatives to this waste, through strategies of lightweight responsiveness.

Our site for the semester will be the Marriott hotel, magnificent, if a little foreboding, on its site on Neumühlequai. We will imagine an ongoing programme of modifications that will better integrate this landmark into the social life of the city. We will act quickly before the model of international chain hotel becomes obsolete. The aim is to transform the under-exposed ballrooms, conference spaces and restaurants into a new kind of department store, still a location for consumption but now also a place that can accommodate the city’s developing culture of sustainable manufacturing. Over time we will allow this commercial innovation to rise up the building, to effect how the hotel’s rooms are used, and by whom. Eventually, the rooms at the Marriot will welcome more permanent residents and more varied households. All of these transformations will be undertaken with the minimum of means, taking seriously the complex relationships between a building’s embodied energy, its energy consumption and its social value. 

The Marriot is an important figure within the city, but is not yet a listed monument. We will use the first phase of the project to measure, record and assess its construction, details, material use, as well as its different values. We also will discuss different approaches of preservation with regards to their potential for the future of the Marriott. The second stage of the project will explore the programmatic, material and spatial transformation of the Marriott, building on the discoveries of the previous analysis. The means used will be fast, light and mutable, and we expect to discover a radical new architecture that is sustainable and emancipatory. 

The diploma is taught jointly by the Chairs of Silke Langenberg and Adam Caruso

HS 2021, ETH Zürich 

Chair for Architecture and Construction

Prof. Adam Caruso 

Chair for Construction Heritage and Preservation 

Prof. Dr. Silke Langenberg

Entangled Histories

Online Talk: Entangled Histories. Berta Rahm Pavilion for the Saffa 58
April 13, 2021 18:00

Opening of the second chapter Entangled Histories on Tuesday, 13 April 2021 at 6pm
Introducing photographic works by Clara Richard and Nicolò Krättli and the Growing Library

The recording of the talk is accessible to watch on the ETH video portal.

With introductions by Fredi Fischli and Niels Olsen; the curatorial team Milena Buchwalder, Sonja Flury, Dorothee Hahn and Larissa Müller
Presentations by Emilie Appercé and Helen Thomas (Women Writing Architecture)
And a round table with Emilie Appercé, Nicolò Krättli, Clara Richard, Helen Thomas and Barbara Thüler 

When the Saffa 58 closed its doors and the small silvery pavilion seemed to have reached its end, Berta Rahm managed to sell the demountable structure to mushroom farmer Erica Hauser. At her farm in Gossau ZH, Hauser re-built the pavilion as a freestanding structure next to her production facilities to use it as a canteen for her workers. Later it was connected to the production building and converted into a show kitchen for clients and guests. For over 60 years the pavilion’s existence was entangled with the mushroom factory and the functionality of demonstrating its production process.

Mushrooms are curious things. They are not animals or plants, deserving their own taxonomic category. They enjoy the title of largest living specimen ever found, and they are made up of tiny threads called mycelium. These travel underground, connecting the roots of different plants, even different species, in an area together, allowing them to exchange nutrients and information that might be missing in their immediate surroundings. When it comes to feminist engagement, mushrooms can serve as both a metaphor and a model to describe and create networks, proposing a way of living and working together. Being connected with others means to learn from each other, to exchange ideas, to give and receive encouragement and to help each other grow across boundaries. Can a library be a facilitator and testing ground to rewrite history as non-hierarchical, associative and intertwined strands of knowledge? Is the model of mycelium-like connectivity specific to female networks? And what conditions do subterranean networks need to burst out above the surface?

This project is realised by the exhibition team Milena Buchwalder, Sonja Flury, Dorothee Hahn and Larissa Müllner on behalf of the ProSaffa1958-Pavillon Association, together with the directors of gta exhibitions Fredi Fischli and Niels Olsen.

Diploma Projects HS20

Submission of the Diploma Projects
December 08, 2020

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This Time Tomorrow, Anna Clocchiatti

Making Plans for Living

Making Plans for Living - Final Crits
December 16, 2020 10:00 - 18.30

Wednesday, December 16th, Second Day of Final Crits via Zoom

Guest Critics: Liza Fior (partner muf architecture/art, London), Axel Simon (editor Hochparterre, Zurich)

Making Plans for Living - Final Crits
December 15, 2020 10.00 - 18.30

Tuesday, December 15th, First Day of Final Crits via Zoom

Guest Critics: Liza Fior (partner muf architecture/art, London), Summer Islam (partner Material Cultures, Studio Abroad, London), Dr. Marina Olsen (Karma International, Zurich)

Making Plans for Living - Final Crits
December 15/16, 2020

Atlas of Liberating Acts, Olga Cobuscean, Thomas Rohrer, 2020

Tuesday, December 15th and Wednesday, December 16th, Final Crits via Zoom

Guest Critics: Liza Fior (partner muf architecture/art, London), Summer Islam (partner Material Cultures, Studio Abroad, London), Dr. Marina Olsen (Karma International, Zurich), Axel Simon (editor Hochparterre, Zurich)

Making Plans for Living - Studio Review
November 24, 2020

Storage, Leslie Majer, Félicie Morard, 2020

Tuesday, October 27th, Studio Review, via Zoom

Guest Critics: Simona Ferrari (Chair of Architectural Behaviorology, ETHZ),
Dr. Ir. Hans Teerds (OASE Journal for Architecture, Chair of the History and Theory of Urban Design, ETHZ)

Making Plans for Living - Studio Review
October 27, 2020

Intimate Discussions, Charlotte Reuse, Manon Zimmerli, 2020

Tuesday, October 27th, Studio Review, ETH Zürich, ONA E7 or via Zoom

Guest Critic: Amy Perkins (Studio Tom Emerson, ETHZ)

What is Next?
Seminarweek: October 19–23, 2020

This is tomorrow, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, 1956

This semester the studio will have an integrated Seminar Week. From our new home in ONA we will meet and debate, both in person and on Zoom, a wide range of figures who are challenging the status quo of technique, economics and politics. We will both declare our existence to the wider world and also call for participation from beyond the limits of academia. Members of the studio will be responsible for the detailed programme of the week and will lead in the discussions with our invited guests. The idea is that this intense week of research and outreach will supplement the ongoing themes of the studio, forming the basis of an interactive screen based journal and a special edition Seminarwoche reader, which will be prepared for publication during the course of the week. 

The costs are approximately 50-250 CHF

Category A

HS 2020, ETH Zürich, Studio Caruso

Emilie Appercé, Martina Bischof, Adam Caruso, Benjamin Groothuijse, Claudio Schneider, Barbara Thüler

Making Plans for Living - Studio Review
September 29, 2020

Craneway Event, Tacita Dean, 2008, Marian Goodman Gallery

Tuesday, September 29th, Studio Review, ETH Zürich, ONA E30 or via Zoom

Making Plans for Living
Introduction: 15 September 2020, 10:30am, Kino Xenix

Cueva de las Manos, Río Pinturas, 9000 BCE

A few semesters ago the studio tentatively approached modernism. The evident failure of architecture to address the imbalances of contemporary life provided the motivation to look again at the more ideological and programmatic promises of modernism, particularly the second wave of the 60s and 70s, whose discourses were broadened to encompass themes of gender, the legacies of empire and the growing imbalances in our environment. The research has been fruitful, if a bit speculative, so now is the time to get more specific and to explore how themes of emancipation and responsibility can form the basis for new architectures. 

The consumer driven economy and its insatiable consumption of precious resources is not sustainable, and the desires it claims to fill can never be satisfied. We need to shift our attention to things that give us purpose and happiness. What should we be doing, and how can we have fulfilling lives? We will start the semester by looking at a diverse range of life-practices; from the cave paintings made by our distant ancestors, to St Francis’s labours as depicted by Giotto in Assisi, from the multiple disciplines encompassed by classical Indian dance to the slow and deliberate narratives in the films of Tacita Dean. While we attempt to discern new practices that address the challenges of today, we will start to draw plans, plans that form a notation for these rituals, plans that describe existing spaces, plans for new ways of living.

The studio will have an integrated Seminar Week. From our new home in ONA we will meet and debate with (both in person and with Zoom) a wide range of figures who are challenging the status quo of technique, economics and politics. In the course of the week these new ideas will be added to the ongoing research of the studio and will form the basis for an interactive, screen based journal, and for the production of a reader, a modest call to arms. 

Introduction: 15 September 2020, 10:30am, Kino Xenix

The integrated discipline Construction is included in this course.

HS 2020, ETH Zürich, Studio Caruso

Emilie Appercé, Martina Bischof, Adam Caruso, Benjamin Groothuijse, Claudio Schneider, Barbara Thüler

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Live: What is Next?

Seminar week 19–23 October 2020

A few semesters ago the studio tentatively made moves towards modernism. The evident failure of architecture to address the imbalance of contemporary life provided the motivation to look again at the more ideological and programmatic promises of modernism, particularly the second wave of the 60s and 70s, whose discourses were broadened to encompass themes of gender, the legacies of empire and the growing imbalances in our environment. The consumer driven economy and its insatiable consumption of precious resources is not sustainable, and the desires it claims to fill can never be satisfied. We need to shift our attention to things that give us purpose and happiness. What should we be doing, and how can we have fulfilling lives?

From our new home in Zürich Oerlikon we will meet and debate, both in person and on Zoom, a wide range of figures who are challenging the status quo of technique, economics and politics. We will both declare our existence to the wider world and also call for participation from beyond the limits of academia. The idea is that this intense week of research and outreach will supplement the ongoing themes of the studio, forming the basis of an interactive screen based journal and a special edition reader.

For the week we are collaborating with the Architecture Foundation, who is presenting and streaming the discussions throughout the week and who makes them accessible to rewatch on their YouTube channel

HS 2020, ETH Zürich, Studio Caruso

Domus Magazine

Contribution for Domus Magazine, October Issue 2020
Quanto vale la pena? / What is it worth?

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What is it worth?

Giuseppe Allegri / Michael Nelson / Frederik Möst
FS  2020  What is it worth?, Zürich

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Martha Rosler

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Edited by Juan Barcia Mas, Xenia Strohmeyer, Matteo Marangione, Tommaso Delcò

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Re-​Use Ciba

Jan Helmchen
FS  2020  Re-​Use Ciba, Basel

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Commonalities on the Zürichberg

Gent Ibrahimi
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Nature is a significant element in the design site, a nature that has, however, different degrees of naturalness. The dominant presence in the site is the forest, a forest that has mainly the function of production and that is mostly private, but despite those facts it contains many public activities that coexist with each other, and this is because the forest is a common of the city of Zurich and is perceived in the formal aspect as open and public. These are the characteristics that I have tried to assimilate in the project trying to unblock the common in the design site and to recreate those atmospheres that we find in nature trying to break down those barriers that can sometimes be physical but that are also formal and mental.

This Mess is a Place

Noël Picco / Magdalena Stolze
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Society and the Image

Diego Bazzotti / Arko Naroyan
HS  2019  Society and the Image, Zürich

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Jeff Wall

Edited by Diego Bazzotti, Paola Falconi, Arko Naroyan, Laura Raggi

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New Publication

Hopkins in the City

Adam Caruso, Helen Thomas (Editors)
Texts by Adam Caruso, Helen Thomas, Michael Hopkins, Reem Almannai, Victoria Easton, Bernd Schmutz, Florian Summa, Paul Vermeulen 
Photography by Hélène Binet
Design by Moiré

A transformation occurred in the work of Michael Hopkins and Partners during the 1980s and 1990s that was achieved at its highest level in the five urban buildings explored in this book. Relatively unknown outside Great Britain, Hopkins presents his perspective at that time in his lecture ‘Technology Comes to Town’, here published and balanced by building studies from five contemporary European architects. Essays by Adam Caruso and Helen Thomas frame the British scene in which the fundamental issues of technology, style and context that run through discussions of 20th century architecture are revisited. The presence of these themes in Hopkins’s architecture is revealed through survey drawings and new photographs of the buildings by Hélène Binet.

English

2019. 24 x 32 cm, linen
216 pages, 83 illustrations
ISBN 978-3-85676-392-3
75.00 CHF / 72.00 EUR

Public Building

Eun Lim Dong
FS  2019  Public Building, Zürich

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The Manhattan Transcripts, Bernard Tschumi
New York City, 1981

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Edited by Alexandra Schwarz, Christian Seiterle, Fabio Casura, Roos van Roessel
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Hidden Interiors

Tobias Wagner
HS  2018  Hidden Interiors, Zürich

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Villa Medici, Leon Battista Alberti
Fiesole, 1457

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Edited by Zhe Dong, Weilan Jiang, Xiao Lu, Bing Yang
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The Ideal City

Livia Notarangelo / Talissa Weder
FS  2018  The Ideal City, Spreitenbach

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Reconstruction of the European City, Rob Krier
South Friedrichstadt Berlin, 1977

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Edited by Graziella Gini, Alessandro Kuhn, Luka Lijovic
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Describing Beauty

Deborah Truttmann
HS  2017  Describing Beauty, Zürich

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Der Heilige Antonius Predigt den Fischen, Arnold Böcklin
1892

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Structure and Society

Mikael Blomfelt / Sandro Straube
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Hyatt Regency, John Portman
San Francisco, 1973

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Social Structure

Rebekka Hofmann / Yangzom Wujohktsang
HS  2016  Social Structure, Graubünden

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Geology & Landscape
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Edited by Alban Külling, Aline Grossrieder, Celia Hofmann, Cristina Fusco, Eliane Windlin, Joël Héritier, Stefano Dell'Oro
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