The international architecture student project has been started in 1995 by Claude Gaillard (ENSA Clermont-Ferrand) and Rafael Baltar (Universidad da Coruña). At its third edition in 1997, Nick Dobler (OTH Regensburg) joined the team. Each year, one of the participating institutions in turn selects the topic around the preservation and evolution of the architectural patrimony, […]Read more "Iacobus+/2019: meet-and-greet at the UdC"
excited about our arrival (!) that we are being greeted by large banners with smiling faces at the airport… :) So now we’ll start the adventure of working in a four-nations architecture students team.Read more "Everybody seems to be so…"
…ae, to A Coruña. I’ve even encountered a ‚triple-self‘. Some would say that nobody could take three ‚ae’…😎 … can’t help, here you are:Read more "Madrid, going on with…"
The road from Nuremberg to Munich Airport is empty, ETA 0801. How time (6.45 a.m.), weather (rain, rain and ! rain) and radio (B2 positions with Friedbert Kirsch) fit perfectly together:Read more "Start of the trip to A Coruña"
Sunday, March 10, 2019 we’ll travel to A Coruña: Eric Frisch, seven master students in architecture from the OTH and me, in order to participate at the annual Iacobus-Workshop. Together with students from our partner institutions, Universidad da Coruña, ENSA Clermont-Ferrand and NUACA Yerevan, our students will work one week on a transformation project of […]Read more "Iacobus+2019 in A Coruña"
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The result is surprising: a very independent and individual work, so much different in terms of space from the Regensburg results in 2012. Can this be explained by the use of different city maps? We’ll continue the course now with a smaller group of students, working our way towards a project of common public use […]Read more "House without a body, to be continued…"
Friday saw the last episode of this short trip from drawing to space, taking off the formwork, grating the styrofoam out of the plaster models. Who would have thought after Thursday’s plaster episode that things could even turn out dirtier? Well, me…: The moment of revelation arrived when we started to put space into relation […]Read more "House without a body IV"