3 Markus Bonauer Studio Instructor Tiffany Taraska Course Instructor Following an apprenticeship in carpentry, Markus Bonauer began his career in Architecture at the University of Arts in Berlin and graduated with a Master of Architecture from the University of California, Los Angeles in He was the recipient of the 2002 Fulbright Fellowship, and has held academic positions at the University of Arts in Berlin, UCLA Design Media Arts, OTIS College of Arts and Design, and Virginia Tech University School of Architecture + Design. Markus Bonauer is a registered architect in Germany, where he gained professional experience at the offices of JMayerH and Barkow Leibinger Architects on such projects as the Stadthaus (JMH), Trumpf Canteen (BLA) and the Fashion Mall Stuttgart (BLA). Since 2007 he is part of the design team at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) in New York on projects such as the Lisbon Airport, New University Campus in Singapore and Luxury Residential Developments in Mumbai, India. His work has been published and exhibited internationally. Tiffany Taraska received a Master of Architecture from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2006 where her work was exhibited both nationally, as well as internationally at the 2006 Architectural Biennial Beijing, City and Architecture. While in Los Angeles she worked at the firm Randal Stout Architects and following graduation, abroad in Berlin, Germany. Since her return to the U.S. in 2007 Ms. Taraska has been a part of the design team at SHoP Architects in New York City, and has worked extensively on projects of both urban and residential scale such as the NoMad Hotel, The East River Waterfront Esplanade & Piers project and a Manhattan luxury residence. In addition to being a designer at SHoP she also held the position of Director of Press and Publications. Prior to her career in architecture Ms.Taraska received a Bachelor of Art, in Human Biology from Stanford University in 2001.
4 WHAT IS THE BERLIN PROGRAM?
5 ABOUT The Berlin Program is an alternative to the traditional design studio at Virginia Tech in that it integrates academic education, professional practice and cultural exchange for upper level (3rd year) architecture students. BERLIN STUDIO
6 ABOUT ACADEMIC EDUCATION The Berlin Program is an alternative to the traditional design studio at Virginia Tech in that it integrates academic education, professional practice and cultural exchange for upper level (3rd year) architecture students. BERLIN STUDIO As a year long research studio with one semester study abroad component in Berlin, two major travel components in Europe and an integrated class in Building Analysis, the Berlin Program promotes a collaborative design process which incorporates multiple points of view from a variety of academic discourses.
7 ABOUT ACADEMIC EDUCATION BERLIN STUDIO PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE The Berlin Program is an alternative to the traditional design studio at Virginia Tech in that it integrates academic education, professional practice and cultural exchange for upper level (3rd year) architecture students. As a year long research studio with one semester study abroad component in Berlin, two major travel components in Europe and an integrated class in Building Analysis, the Berlin Program promotes a collaborative design process which incorporates multiple points of view from a variety of academic discourses. The direct integration of foreign practices in the studio will expose the students to new professional modes of operation and contemporary building methods in Europe and the U.S..
8 ABOUT ACADEMIC EDUCATION BERLIN STUDIO PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE The Berlin Program is an alternative to the traditional design studio at Virginia Tech in that it integrates academic education, professional practice and cultural exchange for upper level (3rd year) architecture students. As a year long research studio with one semester study abroad component in Berlin, two major travel components in Europe and an integrated class in Building Analysis, the Berlin Program promotes a collaborative design process which incorporates multiple points of view from a variety of academic discourses. CULTURAL EXCHANGE The direct integration of foreign practices in the studio will expose the students to new professional modes of operation and contemporary building methods in Europe and the U.S.. Due to its position as a thriving metropolis and epicenter for emerging subcultures, Berlin offers unprecedented opportunities to explore past, present and future tendencies in architecture and design.
9 ABOUT Fall Studio Prof. Markus Bonauer 2010 The fall semester in Blacksburg will focus on contemporary urban design strategies and principles in residential and commercial developments. The fall studio will contain three major components over the course of one semester: (a) A research component that explores the historical, cultural and programmatic developments of urban typologies and investigates the basic techniques, effects and methodologies that are found within a series of precedent studies. (b) A design project that utilizes the idea of Mixed-Use Development and communicates the understanding of basic urban strategies, design principles, architectural expressions, technical concepts and applications. (c) A series of organizational meetings that will prepare the studio for the study aboard semester in Berlin and the common travels within Europe.
10 ABOUT Spring Studio Prof. Markus Bonauer 2011 The building scale of the second design project will reduce and the studio in Berlin will focus on architectural design strategies. Living and working within the metropolitan setting of Berlin will allow the studio to draw from the various historical and contemporary precedents in the immediate surroundings. The design project will include residential, commercial and institutional components and be situated within the Berlin context. The spring semester will also incorporate weekly architectural site visits, cultural events, and the studio will visit local architecture offices. Design professionals will be invited to lecture and serve as critics for studio reviews. Two European Travel components, one at the beginning and one at the end of the semester, will serve to enrich the studio from both a cultural and architectural perspective.
11 ABOUT Arch 3045 Building Analysis Prof. Tiffany Taraska In addition to the Berlin Studio, students of the program will also be taking Building Analysis, which will focus primarily on exemplary built works of architecture in Berlin. This will be done through weekly analysis of design documents, interviews, and inspection of actual construction. The course is completed as group projects resulting in both oral presentations and graphic documentation. 2H,2C Prerequisite: ARCH 3015 Co-requisites: ARCH 3016, ARCH 3046
12 WHY BERLIN?
13 WHY BERLIN? HISTORIC ROLE AS URBAN DESIGN LABORATORY Throughout its recent history Berlin has served as a laboratory and center for emerging urban design and culture. It was once home of the Bauhaus, example for post-war modernism, front line of the cold war, and became a vital center for contemporary design after the reunification in 1989.
14 WHY BERLIN? HISTORIC ROLE AS URBAN DESIGN LABORATORY NEXUS FOR CONTEMPORARY ART AND ARCHITECTURE After reunification, Berlin s designation as the new capital spurred a building growth which promoted new contemporary architecture and a vibrant art scene.
15 WHY BERLIN? HISTORIC ROLE AS URBAN DESIGN LABORATORY NEXUS FOR CONTEMPORARY ART AND ARCHITECTURE HOME OF WORLD RENOWNED ARCHITECTURE OFFICES & DESIGNERS Germany has the highest density of architects per capita in Europe with Berlin being home to many famous practitioners and internationally renowned offices.
16 WHY BERLIN? HISTORIC ROLE AS URBAN DESIGN LABORATORY NEXUS FOR CONTEMPORARY ART AND ARCHITECTURE HOME OF WORLD RENOWNED ARCHITECTURE OFFICES & DESIGNERS A THRIVING METROPOLIS OF THE 21ST CENTURY Transmediale, Berlinale, Love Parade are just a few of the many events that draw many millions into the city and make it a thriving metropolis of the 21st century.
17 WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
18 WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS? GETTING OUT OF THE TEXTBOOK To experience aspects of contemporary European architecture that can t be gained from a textbook: atmospherics, physicality and the relationship to its context.
19 WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS? GETTING OUT OF THE TEXTBOOK DIRECT TRANSLATION/INTEGRATION Analysis of contemporary European building methods, through case studies which explore high levels of precision, quality, ingenuity and the direct integration of these techniques into studio design.
20 WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS? GETTING OUT OF THE TEXTBOOK DIRECT TRANSLATION/INTEGRATION SEEING HOW THEY WORK Exposure to new professional modes of operation and architectural discourse through office tours, visiting studio critics and interaction with local universities.
21 WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS? GET OUT OF THE TEXTBOOK DIRECT TRANSLATION/INTEGRATION SEEING HOW THEY WORK CULTURAL EXCHANGE To be immersed in the culture of contemporary Berlin, an epicenter of art and design, and to experience the breathe and depth its fresh perspective has to offer.
22 WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS? GET OUT OF THE TEXTBOOK DIRECT TRANSLATION/INTEGRATION SEEING HOW THEY WORK CULTURAL EXCHANGE EXPERIENCE To have the unique experience of living and studying abroad in a thriving design metropolis.
23 HOW WILL IT WORK?
24 LOGISTICS HOUSING Berlin is one of the most affordable metropolitan cities in Europe with many private and institutional housing opportunities. Room and Board in hostels or low cost hotels during group travel will be included in the program fee. The costs for shared housing in Berlin is part of the basic program fee and is estimated with a fee of $3,900.- per student for the spring semester.
25 LOGISTICS HOUSING WORKPLACE Furnished studio space in Berlin will be arranged in alliance with local Academic Institutions or as privately rented workspace and costs are included in the program fee. Each student will be required to bring their own laptop. Costs for printing, rapid prototyping, modeling material, ect. are not included in the common program fee and will need to covered by each student separately.
26 LOGISTICS HOUSING WORKPLACE TRANSPORTATION The central geographic location of Berlin allows for quick and affordable travel to many destinations within Europe. The city offers an excellent public transportation system, safe bicycle paths throughout the city, high-speed train access, highway connection and two major international airports with low cost carriers. Transportation during group travel is included in the program fee. Costs for round-trip airfare to Europe, local transportation in Berlin, and optional personal travel is not included in the program fee.
27 LOGISTICS HOUSING WORKPLACE TRANSPORTATION Health Insurance The program requires all students to sign-up for international travellers insurance for emergency health care needs. Under current visa regulations, health insurance is mandatory for stays in Germany over 90 days. The cost for short-term health insurance in Germany and the visa application fee for U.S. Citizens is included in the program fee.
28 WHAT S THE TIMELINE?
29 TIMELINE 2010 Tuesday, 23. March 2010 Initial Application Deadline Sunday, 28. March 2010 Admission Notice Tuesday, 30. March 2010 Last day of Class Registration Final Application and down payment due Monday, 23. August 2010 Fall Semester begins ( in Blacksburg), Full Payment Program Fee due Wednesday, 13. October 2010 Travel Week begins Sunday, 17. October 2010 Travel Week ends Friday, 19. November 2010 Final Presentation Fall Semester Saturday, 20. November 2010 Thanksgiving Break begins Sunday, 28. November 2010 Thanksgiving Break ends Monday, 29. November 2010 Third Year Competition begins Friday, 10. December 2010 Project Documentation I due Friday, 17. December 2010 Fall Semester ends / Winter Break begins
30 TIMELINE 2011 Monday, 17. January 2011 Arrival in Berlin Tuesday, 18. January 2011 Spring Semester begins Wednesday 19. January 2011 Travel Part I begins* Sunday, 23. January 2011 Return to Berlin Monday, 24. January 2011 Berlin Studio begins Friday, 04. March 2011 Midterm Presentation Saturday, 05. March 2011 Spring Break begins* Sunday, 13. March 2011 Spring Break ends Thursday, 29. April 2011 Final Presentation in Berlin Sunday, 01. May 2011 Berlin Studio ends* Monday, 02. May 2011 Travel Part II begins* Friday, 06. May 2011 Travel Part II ends Saturday, 07. May 2011 Departure to Blacksburg / Program ends Friday, 13. May 2011 Project Documentation II due
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