253.A75 Entwerfen (Bachelor) LANDSCRIPTS OF VIENNA AND SEOUL
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2019S, UE, 8.0h, 10.0EC

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  • Semesterwochenstunden: 8.0
  • ECTS: 10.0
  • Typ: UE Übung

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TU WIEN CONTRIBUTION TO THE SEOUL BIENALLE OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM- SBSG (Seoul Biennale Global Studios 2019 – Collective identity)

THE BOOK OF LIMES

E253/4 253.A74 und 253.A75 2019S, UE,8.0h,10.0EC (Bachelor & Master)

Tutor: Mladen Jadric

Guest lecturer: Seung H-Sang

Semester hours: 8.0

Credits / ECTS: 10.0

Type: UE Exercise

Teaching Locations: Vienna and Seoul

Teaching Times: Every Wednesday 9:00-13:00h,

Intensive Workshops, Lectures and Exhibition: to be later announced

Teamarbeit (max 2 persons)

First meeting 06. March 2019 9:00h, SR AB

 

COURSE OUTLINE

The BOOK OF LIMES will be an intensive study of the urban phenomena, to be held at the Technical University of

Vienna, Faculty of Architecture and Planning between March and June 2019. During this period, students will be

guided by Ass.Prof. Dr. Mladen Jadric of TU Wien, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, in collaboration with Guest

Professor Seung H-Sang (Chair Professor of Donga University) and invited guest tutors.

The results willl be presented in Seoul in the form of a Korean-Austrian contribution to the SEOUL BIENALLE OF

ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM – SBSG (Seoul Biennale Global Studios 2019 – Collective identity).

Goal: Innovative solutions and mediation as a basic requirement and an essential ingredient of a just, inclusive, and sustainable future to encourage interaction among social classes, and promote innovation and high-quality design.

SUMMARY OF PROPOSAL

Originally the Latin noun līmes (English: /ˈlaɪmiːz/;[1] Latin pl. līmitēs) had a number of different meanings: a boundary line or marker, any road or path, any channel, such as a stream channel, or any distinction or difference. The term was also commonly used after the 3rd century AD to denote a military district under the command of a dux limitis. Limes has sometimes been adopted in modern times for a border defense or a delimiting system of Ancient Rome marking the boundaries and provinces of the state.

Borders are geographic boundaries of political entities or legal jurisdictions, such as governments, sovereign states, federated states, and other subnational entities. Borders are established through agreements between political or social entities that control those areas; the creation of these agreements is called boundary delimitation types. 

Borders may even foster the setting up of buffer zones. A difference has also been established in academic scholarship between border and frontier, the latter denoting a state of mind rather than state boundaries.

* Border between states, border between coast and sea, border between social layers in society, border between people different skin color, border between man and woman, border between private and public, border between different cultures, border between life and death.

THE STUDIO IS BASED ON THREE STEPS:

1. Introduction to the principles of social and physical phenomena of “boundaries” of urban society, and how to overcome them in the process of designing a city of the future that is considered a public task of major social importance.

2. Introduction to the current situation: the growing gap between the increasing consolidation of South Korean cities and problems arising from the war-induced migrations of displaced persons and migrant residents, which are just some developmental parallels between the European and Korean cities. The new generation of urban residents apparently wants to live differently, forcing architects, city planners, and city administrations to deal with alternative models of urban life in a political and creative way.

3. In this course, we want to find, explore and implement new ideas and models for the Collective City, an innovative, interesting, and acceptable alternative model for the current situation.

JUSTIFICATION FOR PROPOSAL

This course provides an opportunity for students to explore this phenomenon within the international contexts of Vienna and Seoul. The course supports multidisciplinary learning practice across postgraduate and undergraduate levels.

JUSTIFICATION FOR PROGRAM

The theme of the programs addresses significant aspects and contributions in the following ways:

• Promotes interdisciplinary learning and multidisciplinary approach to study and

practice abroad.

• Provides opportunities for significant collaboration between the European- and Asian cities through

collaboration between Seoul and Vienna

COURSE OBJECTIVES

This International course creates opportunities for students to be immersed in international settings through collaborative projects, site visits, and study tours. The course provides students with relevant frameworks for investigating familiar phenomena within a non-familiar cultural and social context. Students engage with other professional settings and gain insights in the process of creation of social sustainability.

This course is a master design studio (post-graduate) aimed at accomplishing a creative synthesis of knowledge from an interdisciplinary base. It engages with complex issues of the built environment in an international setting; enables interaction among students, academic staff and invited guests from other cultures; and requires advanced study on an individual and group basis. We provide the opportunity to develop these attributes, and meet the obligations of a TU Wien-educated member of the global community.

• Working in teams and engaging in the study of urban issues that concern multiple disciplines and work creatively

within and across disciplines, with each student learning from the insights of other students.

• Applying cross-disciplinary studies and cross-cultural studies to their understanding of built fabric and design.

• Utilizing research and analysis of diverse sources in an ‘imaginative’, ‘creative’ and ‘operative’ manner, and interpreting these through two and three-dimensional graphic representation.

• Operating in keeping with international and global professional agendas.

• Clearly articulating and defining a strategic and rigorous design position from its conceptual stage to a developed design proposal based on an in-depth appreciation of design principles of the selected typology. In their final submission students consider diverse aspects of public housing programs that include:

• A new collective identity resulting in high quality of social and physical design.

• Mediation in the process of peaceful co-existing/co-living in a collective.

• Innovation: the city needs permanent renewal programs, upgrades and new developments.

• Social justice: diversity of tenants and the reduction of social stigma attached to certain classes of society.

• Solidarity: a collective endeavour, leading to innovative and design solutions.

TEACHING STRATEGIES AND RATIONALE

The course comprised a series of weekly seminars and intensive collaborative efforts. Daily activities in Vienna included: site visits, lectures from TU Wien- and invited guests, weekly meetings with staff and feedback on progress. Students researched the problems in Seoul and Vienna through textual analysis of recommended sources. The site visits would help students to learn different modes of representation and understand the historic context of contemporary urban conditions.

REQUIRED STUDY:

1. Analyse the historical, cultural and social phenomena that influence the design of contemporary city

2. Describe the importance of diverse social and political contexts to the design agenda and urban and rural area planning.

3. Analyse the relationships between social, economic, construction, and design agendas with an international context.

4. Demonstrate analytical skills to interpret complex cultural context and the importance of the specific agenda to the broader urban context

5. Apply advanced skills in methods of visualisation, representation and specialisation of research findings.

KEY ASSESSMENT CRITERIA RELATE TO STUDENTS’ ABILITY TO:

6. Record, analyse and synthesize the relationships between urban typologies and city fabric (social and physical).

7. Interpret complex networks of the Collective City.

8. Relate the diverse social and political contexts to the design agenda.

9. Relate historic information to the contemporary condition (visual and contextual).

10. Demonstrate skills and knowledge in visualisation, representation, and spatialization of research findings.

ORGANISATIONAL SUPPORT

• Byonghun Lee, YEAA Forum, Vienna

 

See also: Richard Sennett: The Public Realm (Borders and Boundaries)

http://www.richardsennett.com/site/senn/templates/general2.aspx?pageid=16&cc=gb

 

Ass. Prof. Arch. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Mladen Jadric

Faculty of Architecture and Planning

Vienna University of Technology

Institut for Architecture and Design, E253/4

Karlsplatz 13, A - 1040 Vienna

T +43 (0) 664 60588 2716

jadric@h1arch.tuwien.ac.at

 

 

Inhalt der Lehrveranstaltung

EARNING OUTCOMES

Upon the completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Analyse the historical, cultural and social phenomena that influence the design of housing projects
  2. Describe the importance of diverse social and political contexts to the design agenda and city planning
  3. Analyse the relationships between social, economic, construction, and design agendas with an international context 
  4. Demonstrate analytical skills to interpret complex urban context and the importance of the specific typology [housing] to the broader urban context 
  5. Apply advanced skills in methods of visualisation, representation and specialisation of research findings.

 

ASSESSMENT

All learning outcomes must be achieved to obtain a pass in this course.

Key assessment criteria relate to students ability to:

  1. Interpret complex urban networks
  2. Relate the diverse social and political contexts to the design agenda and city planning
  3. Demonstrate analytical skills in interpreting complex urban context and the importance of the specific typology [housing] to the broader urban context 
  4. Relate historic information to contemporary condition (visual and contextual)
  5. Record, analyse and synthesis the relationships between urban typologies and city fabric (social and physical)
  6. Present research data and analysis; and
  7. Demonstrate skills and knowledge in visualisation, representation and spatialisation of research findings.

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