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Markus Tubbesing: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2016

NameMr Markus Tubbesing
I. f. Geschichte/Theorie der Arch.
ETH Zürich, HIL D 62.1
Stefano-Franscini-Platz 5
8093 Zürich

051-0367-16LSeminar History of Urban Design: Elements of Urban Space Information 4 credits2SV. Magnago Lampugnani, M. Tubbesing
AbstractWithin our series »Elements of the urban space« we will focus on urban housing. In the parishes Niederdorf, Sihlfeld, Unterstrass, Fluntern und Hirslanden, we will look at numerous housing types on the level of the metropolis, the neighborhood, the building and the urban detail. In doing so, we aim to gather criteria, that are fundamental to an urban living situation.
ObjectiveThe aim of the seminar series is to provide a sound methodological approach in analyzing urban space on the scale of the metropolis, the neighborhood, the building and the urban detail. Through a series of neighborhood walks and excursions to the four major city archives, our students gain a methodological approach to city analysis. In the discourse of the seminar, we will gain fundamental criteria for the design of urban situations.
Lecture notesOur students will be provided with all material in digital form.
LiteratureWe will provide our students with a selection of literature and all necessary planning documents in digital form.
Prerequisites / NoticeThe number of students is limited to 60. After the introduction on 22/09 between 14.45-16.30 we will meet on 29/9 (city walk), 6/10. (discussion of the analysis results), 13/10. (consultation - doodle), 3/11 (excision plan archives), 10/11 and 1/12 (consolation - doodle) and final presentation on 8/12.
063-0369-16LTheory of Urban Design (Thesis Elective) Information Restricted registration - show details 6 credits11AV. Magnago Lampugnani, H. Stühlinger, M. Tubbesing
AbstractFenimine theory of urban design (18th-21st century). The task of this seminar is working with texts about the city written by women. The texts will analysed, compared and examined employing different scientific methods.
ObjectiveThe main aim of this seminar is learning the scientific handling of theoretical texts on the city. These texts range from pamphlets, to commentaries and literary products.
ContentThe contents of these elective studies are expected to link to the subject matter of the attended course.