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BUILDING CULTURE AND DIGITALISATION

 

Seminar S3 BU - Fall Semester 2019

Picture: "Traumschlösser", Burj Al Babas, Türkei


Content
In the lecture series, various experts from politics, research, development and the practice of architecture and urban planning will address diverse aspects of the current debate on building culture and the significance of digitisation for the practice of architecture. The focus is on the professional profile of the architect and on the goal of gaining an understanding of building culture, i.e. of the role of architecture as a cultural contributor in history, but also of how to define a normative concept of building culture that can provide guidance in the context of the increasing influence of automation and big data on design and production.


Learning Outcomes
Understanding of the fundamental concepts used and the interests and positions represented in the current debate on building culture and digitisation; ability for independent critical reflection on the subject.
 

Teaching Forms
Lecture series with discussion. Active participation in all sessions with questions and contributions to discussions, written submission of a reflection (approx. 6,500 characters incl. spaces) on the topic incl. formulation of 2-3 theses for presentation and discussion in the final review.


Language
German

Teaching Team
Tim Kammasch

Contact
tim.kammasch@bfh.ch
marion.regli@bfh.ch

Place
Berner Fachhochschule, Pestalozzistrasse 20, 3400 Burgdorf
Building B, room B102

ECTS units
3

First meeting
Thursday, 3 october 2019, 10:20-11:55

Further dates:
10.10. / 31.10. / 07.11. / 14.11. / 21.11. / 28.11 / 05.12 / 12.12.2019 / 09.01.2020 (Hand-in) /  23.01.2020 (Review and Discussion).