Summer school ‘Negotiating Ungers’: Publication of the results

The website documenting the international summer school ‘Negotiating Ungers’ organized by Lars Fischer (KU Leuven) and Cornelia Escher (Kunstakademie Düsseldorf) at the Ungers Archiv fur Architekturwissenschaft in Cologne is now online: negotiating-ungers.eu

The results of the summer school have been published online on both  baunetz.de and koelnarchitektur.de

NEGOTIATING UNGERS
The Aesthetics of Sustainability

In 1980, the German architect Oswald Mathias Ungers participated in a competition for a solar house in Landstuhl. With the solar house Ungers most clearly defined his approach to a sustainable architecture. The design for the solar house can serve as a case study to initiate a discussion about the aesthetics of sustainability.

This exhibition is the result of a summer school organised by KU Leuven, Kunstakademie Düsseldorf and Ungers Archiv für Architekturwissenschaft.

KU Leuven students:
Katarina Ambrosova, Lisbeth Decloedt, Evaldas Kancleris, Natasha Kurmashova, Ines Sofia Raposo, Alessandro Cugola, Tom Schoonjans, Juliane Seehawer & Fien Werckx.

Kunstakademie Düsseldorf students: Yukie Beheim, Sabine Berger, Viviane Bonfanti, Danhee Joe, Georgi Vlahor & Daehyun Wi.

The summer school took place on Friday 27 July at Ungers Archiv für Architekturwissenschaft, Köln, Germany.



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