Architecture, [applied] Foreign Affairs
2023S, scientific seminar (SEW), 4.0 ECTS, 2.0 semester hours, course number S02404
In the last decade [A]FA has developed a wide range of projects. Understanding that these require care to maintain their precense, performance and to push their potentials, [A]FA CONTINUATIONS focuses on re-engaging with the APAM APATA, the NEW GUABULIGA MARKET, and NUBUKE WA in close collaboration with the respective project partners and stakeholders.
In the Winterterm 2022/23, [A]FA CONTINUATIONS has been dedicated to the APATA, APAM GHANA. A small team of selected students jointly worked on an assesment of the current status of the bamboo structure. In addition, hands-on measures were conducted and further design steps have started to strengthen the project architecturally, and thereby the operational potentials of the Haduwa Arts Culture Institute in Apam, Ghana. The onsite lab in February 2023 was structured with three foci: CARING, EXPERIMENTING, and PLANNING.
This summer semester 2023 the same group of students will concentrate on the PLANNING of future facilities around the APAM APATA in close collaboration with the client, the Haduwa Arts & Culture Institute.
TEACHING : Baerbel Mueller, Philipp Reinsberg
Clustered INTENSIVES between March and July 2023
From 23 February 2023, 11:23 to 03 March 2023, 11:23
Via online registration
Architecture (Master): Expertise: Instrumentarium: Experimental Strategies: Special Topics 443/004.21
Attending individual courses: possible