Winter Semester 2021/22
On 1 October, we will announce the courses for the winter semester 2021/22.
The introductory sessions for new students and the presentations of the courses will take place online in the week from 11.10.2021 - 15.10.2021. More detailed information will follow on 1 October 2021.
Best regards, your IfA!
Yonder at CODE Talks
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By exploring space, material, construction and their interplay, Yonder creates living spaces that shape not only our perception of space, but also social interaction.Yonder sees itself as a studio for architecture and design and was founded in 2011 by Katja Knaus and Benedikt Bosch in Stuttgart.
"CODE Talks is the continuation of our lecture series Live Magazine, with which we have been promoting a broad architectural discourse at the TU Berlin and beyond since 2012. From a design perspective and with a great affinity to building construction, we invite protagonists from the (young) international architecture scene to share with us their passion for architecture and give us a deeper insight into the experimental practices and design processes of their work"
Yonder, Stuttgart Katja Knaus + Benedikt Boscht
30.4.2021, 18:00 Uhr
Zoom ID: 615 8057 3724
weitere Informationen auf der Webseite des Lehrstuhls: www.code.tu-berlin.de 
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FG Bunschoten invites you to the presentations of the BA theses
Subject: Berlin Real Labor
Jurek Viktor Widowski
Yotanka Laila Wiens
Maximilian David Zipper
Prof. Raoul Bunschoten
Prof. Lars Steffensen
Friday, April 30th, 2021 from 3 p.m.
If you are interested, send an email to email@example.com 
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"Another semester in endless virtual and
digital space is coming to an end.
The SUPER NATURAL BUILDING LAB invites you to their final presentations in the digital network.
We invite you to delve into the theme of Design-Build in architectural teaching and adventure into the world of future possibilities for activating TU Berlin’s Maths Building. From the TU campus, we will then travel to the countryside of Berlin-Brandenburg and finally dive into Ecuador’s typological transformation.
We look forward to lively discussions and are eager to hear your comments!
The two-part presentation series will be accompanied by an online exhibition via Miro.In addition to an overview of the seven works, the online exhibition will also reflect on the lack of physical exchange spaces. A small space in the endless universe of a digitally linked master class, where all of our extraordinary thoughts, psychic ideas and accompanying experiences are united in a place between time and space."
The event can also be found on the NBL
Friday 23.04 from 14:00
Zoom-Link: https://tu-berlin.zoom.us/j/69994378362 
hallo_biologie #1 - A CYPHYLAB LECTURE SERIES
Etymologically ‚biology‘ stands for the study (-logy) of life (bio‑) pertaining to living organisms, ‘ecology’ stands for the study of habitation (eco), ‚eco‘ stems from the Greek Oikos for house. The lecture series hello biologie: Architectural Ecologies engages with the strand of transformation in architecture and urban design that aims at learning from and integrating biology into architecture and urban design.
hallo biologie focuses on
computational biology - in silico - the utilization of biological principles and materials in and for architecture and urban design ecology - natural, infrastructural, socio-cultural
ecology, artificial ecology, conversational, networked an increasing usage of computer sciences, AI as novel tools for the discipline in architecture and urban design
hallo biologie discusses
biology as a driver for the development and implementation of behavior logics in the material and computational design process in combination with ecological and social challenges and how this leads to new architectural ecologies.
hallo biologie: Architectural Ecologies is an initiative of the chair of Bio-inspired Architecture and Sensoric, Prof. Liss C. Werner. It is part of the elective „Artificial Natures I“ in the module „Aspekte Städtebaulicher Analyse“. The lecture series is open to the public and will be live-streamed via TU Berlin, Institute of Architecture. All lectures will be held in English language.
Zoom-Meeting: 694 9656 2710 
21.04. Prof. Dr. Martyn Dade-Robertson.
Biotechnology in the Built Environment, Newcastle University
19.05. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Michell Joachim, New York University, Terreform
09.06. Prof. Dr. Karola Dierichs, KH Weißensee, ICD Unviersität Stuttgart
30.06. Ana Zatezalo-Schenk, Sinestazia, Animalesque, Lobe Block
Resonanzräume #1 with Turit Fröbe (Stadtdenkerei) + Katja Fischer (IBA Thüringen)
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In the summer semester 2021, the DE/CO department - Design and Building Construction, Prof. Jan Kampshoff - deals with the phenomenon of resonance. Loosely based on sociologist Hartmut Rosa, the series seeks to counteroffer a world characterized by the growth dynamics of modern societies. " If acceleration is the problem, then resonance may be the solution" says Rosa - what could this mean for architecture? How can architectural strategies help us to enable a new way of relating to the world, contrary to the logic of increase?
The series "Resonanzräume" offers a discursive view beyond the disciplinary horizon. For this purpose, online talks with 2 guests each from the fields of architecture, music, theater, sociology and philosophy take place every second Friday at 6:00 pm.
For the kick-off, the architectural historian, urbanist and passionate mediator of building culture Dr. Turit Fröbe and the architect and project manager of the IBA Thuringia Katja Fischer are invited.The lecture series "Resonanzräume" is part of the "Akademie des Sorgetragens“, which is being held as part of the exhibition „Sorge um den Bestand. Zehn Strategien für die Architektur“ at the German Architecture Center DAZ.
Friday, 4/16-21, 6:00 pm, Zoom 919 5560 7886  Pw 455366
more information on the website of the department: www.fgdeco.de 
IfA-X Talks - Kick-off #1: XY in the crisis
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IfA-X Talks - A Resonance Space for Teaching, Research & Discourse at the Institute of Architecture
The IfA-X Talks offer an opportunity for exchange, networking and communication within the Institute of Architecture at the TU Berlin.A year ago, the teaching was radically changed and discourse spaces were relocated. In the coming summer semester, four events will take up current topics that seem important not only since that time.The IfA-X Talks are aimed at all members of the IfA: students, staff and professors.
Guest: Marta Carrero Gras, Philipp Misselwitz, Hendrik Schultz, N.N.
moderated by Laura Maria Lampe & Jan Kampshoff and supported by Roundabout e.V. 
14.04.21, 19 h, Zoom, Meeting-ID: 656 6317 3830 , Code: 292163
Mittwoch, 14.04.21, 19 Uhr, Zoom 656 6317 3830 , Pw: 292163
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Digital conversation with Fieldstations e.V. and the German Center for Architecture DAZ
„How about if architects concentrating on unlocking the spatial potential of existing places without building any new ones? It seems paradoxical that a profession thinks about its significance while its core business – the production of space – is questioned. At the same time, however, it is an invitation to expand the meaningfulness of architectural design, in which space itself is the programme.”
Tomas Ooms is talking about this contradiction. He is a practicing architect, a composer and performing musician, leading the design research practice „Studio Tuin en Wereld” in Antwerp/Belgium. He curates the lecture series „Craftsmanship engagement” at the Faculty of Architecture at the KU Leuven.
The event is curated and moderated by Lidia Gasperoni (Fachgebiet Architekturtheorie ), Matthias Böttger (DAZ ) and Christophe Barlieb (Fieldstations )
The talk will be held in English.
Zoom link to the event on April 8 at 6 pm: http://we-need-to-talk.fieldstations.net 
Introductory event summer term 2021
Watch the introductory session for the 2021 summer term live on Youtube.Tuesday, April 6, 2021 - 09:40
Start of term
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you can now find the course catalogs for the summer semester 2021in the download area . Have fun browsing and selecting!
Post Fossil City
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With "Post Fossil City", the Natural Building Lab  contributes to the exhibition “Chaos & Aufbruch Berlin:1920 2020” at Märkisches Museum. With a view to Berlin's past and present, it explores the question of how a constructive departure can be created from a chaotic upheaval: How can big cities succeed? In cooperation with collective Team Dis+Ko, the NBL contribution focuses on the challenges of building in a climate emergency
The exhibition can be seen at the Märkisches Museum until
30.05.2021. Further information is available at:
Enjoy your visit!
When? 26.08.2020 until 30.05.2021
Where? Märkisches Museum, Am Köllnischen Park 5, 10179 Berlin
Studienfachberatung ArchitekturL. Freitag & N. Tezer
Str. des 17.Juni 152 Architekturgebäude
Room A 003
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