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The positive aims of Cradle to Cradle are also compatible with those of Hakuna Matata Deutschland e. One of the main objectives of the project is to improve educational opportunities and medical care provision by non-religious organizations.
To this end, a site of approximately 1. The goal of the semester was to develop a holistic design for a school and a clinic to be realized in pending funding and, in addition, to develop innovative, exemplary buildings and structures, which have a positive energy and water balance.
The specific challenge of the design project is the need to work in comparatively extreme climatic conditions droughts and rainy season and the complex constraints resulting from the need to use only locally available building materials and building techniques, while working within the financial constraints of a small nonprofit organisation.
The project design must reflect the many aspects of energy-efficiency and sustainable building design and be based on cradle-to-cradle principles.
Following on from these criteria as well as functional and structural considerations, an architecturally sound and realizable solution should be developed.
Am Wettbewerb nehmen 20 Teams teil, davon sind vier international. Innerhalb des Wettbewerbs wird das komplette Design nach einem strukturierten Punktesystem bewertet.
Solar Decathlon The Solar Decathlon, initiated by the US Department of Energy, is a competition where students focus on architecture, sustainability and energy efficiency factors.
The objective of the competition is to design a self-sufficient building that fulfills the standards of habitation in The primary requirement is that all electrical power has to come from self-produced solar electricity.
Twenty teams compete in the Decathlon, four of which are international. Along with prestige universities like Yale and Stanford, the TUM was invited to participate in close cooperation with the University of Texas at Austin.
The competition is graded using a points system where the teams are evaluated for the entire design. Besides the aesthetics of the design, affordability, comfort zone and e-moblity are critical aspects of the competition.
Jurysitzung Advisory Group Werner Lang, TUM Hermann Kaufmann, TUM Michael Braungart, EPEA Hamburg Stefan Winter, TUM Mohamad Araji, U Manitoba Petra Liedl, UT Austin Michael Garrison, UT Austin Honza Zemlicka, TU Prague Adam Pyrek, UT Austin Jennifer Night Thomas Auer, TUM Michael Gatto, ACDDC Manfred Hegger, TU Darmstadt Julia Schauer, Bartenbach von links nach rechts from left to right Foto: Astrid Eckert.
The Professorship cooperates actively with industry and associations such as the DGNB German Sustainable Building Council so that students have the opportunity to learn and acquire skills from real-world situations, for example in order to objectively assess the sustainability of their design proposals.
In the field of research, the Professorship works at different scales and in different contexts. At the other end of the scale, we work on building envelopes that respond autonomously and dynamically to changing environmental conditions.
Tina Wolf Gastdozent Visiting Lecturer Philipp Eversmann TUM Agenda Lehre Gastdozent Sekretariat Office Management Rebekka Schlenker Wiss.
Mitarbeiter Research Associates Johannes Ingrisch, Philipp Molter, Moritz Mungenast, Hans-Christian Wilhelm. Baukonstruktiv entwickelt der Entwurfsverfasser basierend auf bestehenden Vorbildern von Schalenkonstuktionen aus Beton eine Synergie mit der Integration von haustechnischen Komponenten.
A food area should also be incorporated that can provide space for small restaurants and for passing the time. The site can be accessed from all sides and is bounded by three major traffic arteries.
These are all good prerequisites for urban vibrancy. The design project builds on the historical model of a market hall divided into three aisles.
A design concept was then developed that defined the precise requirements of the units for the different functions, including an exhibition area, a market hall and restaurant areas.
The different ways these can be used and the different requirements that the space can serve at different times of day, days of the week and seasons, were then woven into a coherent spatial configuration.
A new urban volume results that occupies a prominent position within its immediate built environment.
For the construction, the designer likewise followed historical precedence, creating a shell structure made of concrete that works in unison with the components of the building services.
For example, the air-conditioning is incorporated into the shell structure and uses the mass of the build to precondition the indoor air supply.
Transparent protective enclosures The aim of the project was to develop, trial and evaluate a construction system using transparent membranes that can be used to enclose cultural artifacts during the winter months.
The enclosure should be as transparent as possible so that the artifact can be fully appreciated and at the same time create an internal climate that preserves its material substance.
The development focused on a modular and scalable construction to keep costs down for the later serial production of the elements.
For external exhibits such as statues and sculptures, the main damaging effects are hygrothermic strain, alternating frost-thaw cycles and chemical solubility resulting from airborne pollution.
The first two mechanisms are most pronounced when the temperature and humidity fluctuates within or around the object. The concept for the transparent enclosure aims to provide an optimal interior climate conducive to preserving the object by reducing the level of moisture and frost-thaw susceptibility.
Maximum transparency to ensure the object can be fully appreciated coupled with an optimal thermal climate to preserve the substance of the object.
When designing in a rural context, one can often draw on existing regional and historical timber building traditions for inspiration, but in an urban context one has to consider what kind of timber architecture is appropriate for the city.
Aside from soundproofing and fire safety aspects, this extends ultimately to the appearance of the building as an expression of its timber construction.
The Kindergarten in Orangefarm in South Africa, built in , marked the beginning of a series of projects built in Africa. Since then we have undertaken a project in Africa every year.
All of these buildings are designed by students and subsequently built on site together with local workers. Projects of this kind, and the extreme conditions under which they are built, call for unconventional design solutions and make students aware of the need to design constructions that are simple to build.
Hermann Kaufmann Gastdozent Visiting Lecturer Philipp Eversmann TUM Agenda Lehre Gastdozent Sekretariat Office Management Cornelia Lutz-Mastrojanni Wiss.
Since then it has travelled to Ljubljana, Bratislava and Klagenfurt. Youth Club next to the Old North Cemetery in Munich West of the Old North Cemetery on a grassy site next to the football field, a youth club for children and young adults is to be built.
The different clearance and construction heights presented a challenge when selecting the choice of construction elements.
Verschiedenste Holzbauweisen werden innerhalb eines Projektes angewendet, je nach Sinnhaftigkeit oder architektonischem Anspruch.
Modern timber construction, however, no longer adheres to this strict standardization. Sometimes quite different timber construction principles are employed within a single project, depending on the purpose or architectural intention.
As a consequence we have devised a new approach to teaching timber construction principles that accommodates a more creative approach to the construction elements.
These give architects greater freedom to use their creative imagination, and reflects modern approaches to construction design.
A further important part of the handbook is devoted to the building envelope. Here we provide a detailed introduction to the physical properties and interdependencies of the different layers of the building envelope and analyze their diverse functional characteristics.
Auslober Organizer VDI-Gesellschaft, BDA, DGNB. Holzmischbauweise errichtet werden. Der Entwurfsbeitrag sollte die spezifischen Eigenschaften und Herausforderungen des nachhaltigen Baustoffes Holz aufnehmen und in gestalterischer, konstruktiver und statischer Hinsicht abbilden.
Architecture competition: A Sustainable Wood Hotel for Berlin The project called for the design of an at least four-story high hotel with a timber or a hybrid timber structure, on a site in the center of Berlin adjoining the River Spree.
The design project should exploit the specific properties of the sustainable building material and highlight its qualities and challenges in its design, construction and structural concept.
Neben der Untersuchung der typischen Bestandstypologien, Raumfolgen und Konstruktionen wurden auch der unterschiedliche Umgang mit der bestehenden Substanz dargestellt.
Aside from investigating the typical existing typologies and their spatial structure and construction, the study also examined how the structures have been used since.
The study of these traditional, sizeable buildings included making drawings that document the condition before and after conversion.
These will be presented in a book publication of the same name which is planned for the coming year. Das Spannungsfeld zwischen hoch entwickelten digitalen Entwurfsmethoden und einer einfachen und effizienten Bautechnik durch Multiplikation kleinteiliger Elemente wurde hier ausgetestet.
They are to be made of locally available bamboo. The project explored the field of tension between the high-tech digital design methods and the simple and efficient building technology achieved by multiplying and combining many small-scale elements.
It represents an exemplary alternative to the standard type of school building in Zambia and provides much better learning conditions using a similar amount of material and labor.
It can be used in combination to create larger schools, or be built, as in this case, as an extension to an existing school.
The classrooms in the school are oriented inwards towards one another to create an internal courtyard, giving the school building an introverted, concentrated sense of enclosure.
This results in an attractive outdoor area which can be used for school activities and events. The robust external walls enclose a simple, lockable courtyard complex.
The walls are perforated by tall narrow slots that provide light but are narrow enough to prevent break-ins. The classrooms therefore open directly onto the internal courtyard and despite their small size have a remarkably large feeling.
The simple construction of the shed roofs, which incline on both sides towards the courtyard, along with the entrance walls that extend from them following the line of the roof, reinforces the sense of inward orientation of the building.
The expressive form of the architecture gives it a character that denotes its purpose and makes the school an immediately recognizable building in the village.
Aussenansicht Exterior view Foto: Matthias Kestel Schulhof School courtyard Foto: Matthias Kestel. Die Konstruktion besteht aus ca.
Building in Africa: A School Hall in Kibwigwa, Tanzania To properly fulfill its function as a school, the school in Kibwigwa required an assembly hall which could also be used as a refectory for the schoolchildren.
The hall needed to be large enough to accommodate children at any one time. In addition, it can be used for church services and music, theater or dance performances for the villagers.
The construction consists of approximately identical laminated planks made of pinewood. To test the assembly and construction process, a 6 meter section of the arched structure was erected on the TUM campus site.
The final building in Tanzania will be 40 meters long. Hermann Kaufmann wood tum. The common vision of the group is to promote the use of the material, and to expand its contribution to a responsible use of available resources.
The added value for research and teaching is reflected in cross-disciplinary projects on its principles and applications. Entwerfen lernt man beim Entwerfen!
Design is learnt by designing! We see it as our obligation to offers students the broadest possible spectrum of design tasks and formats to give them the opportunity to learn the core competency of architects: namely to design.
This begins with simple exercises in the first semester that follow constructional principles such as layering, joining and pouring, and is continued right through to the more complex design projects in later semesters.
These can involve examining different places: for example, for us building in rural contexts is just as relevant as building in cities.
Or they may be projects with a certain theme, for example focusing on the construction lookout tower , the structure self storage , or the programmatic and atmospheric aspects of an existing building house with integral stables.
In all the design projects, students are required to consider place and context, the suitability of the means and the people for whom they are planning and building.
Florian Nagler Sekretariat Office Management Angelika Uslu Wiss. Verbaut wurden Fichten, Tannen, Douglasien und Kiefern.
Das Konzept war einfach. Der Pavillon funktionierte wie ein Tisch. Diese waren an der Oberseite geschlitzt. Darauf lagen rot lasierte Betonschaltafeln.
Supported by three rows of untreated tree trunks, it provided a place to while away an afternoon in early summer. Pine, spruce, douglas fir and scots pine were used.
The concept was simple. The structure of the pavilion is like that of a table. Its legs are the tree trunks, which were slotted at the top to receive a system of laminated beech beams that served as the base of the table and provided the necessary stiffness.
Red stained shuttering boards were placed on top. The canopy was the product of a student competition organized jointly by the Chair of Architectural Design and Construction and the Bavarian BDA Chamber of Architects.
The winning entry was designed by Stefan Imhof and Rolf Enzel. Hierbei war sowohl auf Angemessenheit im architektonischen Ausdruck, wie auch der Materialien zu achten.
They needed to find an appropriate architectural expression and choice of materials. The objective of this first exercise was to explore the device of layering in construction and apply it in this first design exercise.
The tea house represents a microcosm that people can withdraw to in order to find respite from the world outside.
Tea houses are always kept simple and unadorned so that the visitor can concentrate on the essence of the ceremony: the tea.
The students presented their designs as scale models that showed not only the form and construction but also the atmosphere that their building should have.
In this exercise, the students learned different ways in which to connect a system of rods as construction members. Public baths are not just about cleansing the body and relaxing; they are also social meeting places for the residents of the quarter in which they stand.
The students were asked to design a contemporary public baths on a vacant inner city site in the old town of Munich.
Die zentrale Frage: Wie kann der in Tettau Arbeitende wieder in Tettau heimisch werden? Self Storage Taking the historical warehouses of former centuries as its starting point, the task was to design a contemporary SELF STORAGE building for Munich.
Besides its functional and economic efficiency students also had to pay attention to its spatial and sensual qualities.
New concepts for living This design studio dealt with the structural problems of Tettau, a small municipality in Oberfranken. Working with a historic building that combined living quarters and stables in former times, students explored new concepts of living.
Alz, einen Aussichtsturm errichten. Dieser wurde am 1. Dezember von einem orkanartigen Sturm niedergerissen. Im kommenden Wintersemester beabsichtigt die Gemeinde den Siegerentwurf zu realisieren.
In the coming year, we intend to realize the best design proposal. Wie sie in diesem Entwurfsprozess begleitet werden und wie weit sie angeleitet werden, kann sehr unterschiedlich aussehen.
Das Anwenden von Methoden, ferner das Entwickeln von Strategien beim Entwerfen bedarf Erfahrung. Anhand eines Entwurfstagebuchs widmeten die Studierenden sich dieser Aufgabe.
With help of a design task, students attempt to find their way step by step from an idea to an architectural form.
The means and degree of assistance they receive during this process can vary greatly and is very much dependent on the teaching concept and the involvement of the design tutors.
As a design-oriented Chair, we are constantly examining how best to teach design: which tools can we give students to work with? Which methods can we recommend?
Can we prescribe particular strategies? The application of methods and the development of strategies while designing requires experience.
What students most need to do is to think about what it is that they are doing, i. To this end, the students keep a design diary. In addition to reflecting on their own approach to designing, the students chose a design manual from our collection and prepared a lecture for the group.
The former Chair of Emerging Technologies takes an engineering-oriented view of the entire process of architecture.
The focus of teaching is to design architectural projects that demonstrate the latest and most revolutionary developments in structures and materials and is situated between architecture and industrial design.
Projects range from parametric design to the building of prototypes in the context of digital production processes.
Munich is a city shaped equally by the grandeur of the Alps and the technological achievements of the twenty-first century. The program of the former Chair of Emerging Technologies is supplemented by connections with its high technology environment.
Design and building processes are informed by collaborations with partners from industry, such as the aerospace and automotive sectors BWM, Eurocopter, Siemens, Audi, SGL Carbon, etc.
The reduction of carbon emissions is one of the most important factors, and building and engineering processes need to be made more efficient. Consequently, the Chair has a strong interest in research and cooperates closely with the Munich School of Engineering and the Centre for Energy-efficient Construction.
The design courses are run by alternating international visiting professors and lecturers. This ensures both innovation and variety in the teaching process and offers students an interesting and wide-ranging view of the international field of architecture and product design.
Frank Petzold Gastdozent Visiting Lecturer Jacob van Rijs TUM Agenda Lehre Gastdozent Wiss. Mitarbeiter Research Associate Moritz Mungenast Korrekturassistent Teaching Assistent Robert Liegends.
Amsterdam Solo The design assignment examines the pressing issues of town planning, mixed-use functions and housing. The studio investigated alternative scenarios for the future of housing in the city using Overhoeks as the project location.
Overhoeks is the new development on the north bank of the Amsterdam IJ-waterfront, famous for the new Eye Film Institute.
A central focus of the semester is the design of housing for urban singles. As in most large western cities the average household size in Amsterdam is shrinking, resulting in rising square meter prices and shrinking apartment sizes.
In this studio we focus on this aspect and study how this trend can be integrated into new and existing buildings in the city.
In Amsterdam, more than half of the households are single households. This demographic trend is already making itself felt and facilities in cities are being used in different ways.
Most houses are not designed for single-person households and the demand for suitable housing is far greater than the market can supply.
New typologies are needed. The studio topic is also being examined at the Studio Amsterdam at the TU Delft, offering potential for an exchange of ideas between Delft and Munich during the semester.
Five different target groups were identified: students, people who live and work at home , professionals, elderly und single parents.
The first part of the task was to design apartments for these target groups in various sizes. The second part consisted of analyzing the different aspects including surveying and assessing the target groups, undertaking a site analysis and study of urban strategies by real estate developers and the city of Munich, as well as of examples from other comparable cities.
The studio included a field trip to Holland, where the students visited the office of MVRDV in Rotterdam, were given a guided tour of the TU Delft by students and a boat cruise of the new developments in north Amsterdam.
So kam der Kontakt zustande. So hat sich die Idee dann immer weiter entwickelt. Und wie kamen Sie an Ihre ersten Projekte?
Das hat das Ganze gleich viel spannender gemacht. Hausladen an. In January, Thomas Auer, a process engineer by training,took over as director of the Chair of Building Technology and Climate Responsive Design at the Department of Architecture of the TUM, and succeeds Prof.
Thomas Auer is a partner and managing director of Transsolar Energietechnik GmbH, a leading international consultancy for innovative building climate and energy concepts.
Also hatten sie den richtigen Gedanken zur richtigen Zeit? Uns war es gar nicht bewusst, dass es die richtige Idee war. Da sie nicht wirklich einen Partner zu solchen Fragen hatten, ist unser Konzept auf so fruchtbaren Boden gefallen.
Das macht mir das Leben deutlich einfacher. Daher bin ich ihm. Was ist Ihnen dabei besonders wichtig? Ingenieurtechnik findet oft im Untergrund statt, im Keller oder auch in irgendwelchen Versorgungsleitungen, aber die Technik kann noch so intelligent und smart sein, wenn die Schnittstelle zum Menschen nicht funktioniert.
Dann macht die ganze Technik wenig Sinn. Das ist mir wichtig, den Studenten zu vermitteln. Es ist wichtig, dass Architekten darauf vorbereitet sind und diese Situation mehr als Chance denn als Last begreifen.
Auch das ist mir in der Ausbildung ganz wichtig. Wie stellen Sie sich die Zusammenarbeit von Architekten und Ingenieuren im Optimalfall vor?
Unser Ziel ist es, Architektur durch unsere Konzepte zu bereichern. Daher kann ich vielleicht auch keine objektive Situation schildern.
Man kann die Situation mit dem Auftreten der Tragwerksplanungen der siebziger und achtziger Jahre vergleichen, als Tragwerkssysteme entwickelt wurden, die immer sichtbar waren und permanent zelebriert wurden.
Die Tragwerksplaner von heute sind noch genauso gut, aber es wird erwartet, dass sie gut und intelligent sind.