FS12

Sao Paulo

September 20171/33
 

Diving into the dense fabric of the metropolis we have explored radical mordernist architecture and infrastructure including the works of Oscar Niemeyer, Vilanova Artigas, Lina Bo Bardi, Franz Heep, Paulo Mendes da Rocha and Marcos Acayaba.

We would like to thank our experts and friends Fabio Valentim, Fernando Felippe Viégas, Felipe Lobo Faro, Pablo Hereñú, Fabienne Hoelzel, Tereza Diniz, Ercília Lobo, Zuza Homem de Mello, Maria Luiza Lacerda Soares, Fernanda Barbara, Raul Juste Lores, the Escola da Cidade, Vito Macchione, Ana Paula Castro and Paulo Mendes da Rocha for their insightful guidance and affectionate reception.

 
 
Casa de Vidro, Lina Bo Bardi. Model for MASP.
Casa de Vidro, Lina Bo Bardi
Casa de Vidro, Lina Bo Bardi
Casa de Vidro, Lina Bo Bardi
Casa de Vidro, Lina Bo Bardi
Valéria Cirell House, Lina Bo Bardi
Valéria Cirell House, Lina Bo Bardi
Valéria Cirell House, Lina Bo Bardi
Teatro Officina, Lina Bo Bardi
Teatro Officina, Lina Bo Bardi
Edifício Eiffel, Oscar Niemeyer
Louveira building by Vilanova Artigas in Higienopolis.
Louveira building by Vilanova Artigas in Higienopolis.
Higienopolis
View from Edifício Italia looking South with Edifício Copan by Oscar Niemeyer in the foreground.
Maisonette Apartment in Edifício Eiffel, Oscar Niemeyer
Maisonette Apartment in Edifício Eiffel, Oscar Niemeyer
Edifício Eiffel, Oscar Niemeyer
Maisonette Apartment in Edifício Eiffel, Oscar Niemeyer
Pinacoteca by Paulo Mendes da Rocha
Conversation with Paulo Mendes da Rocha at Pinacoteca
Pinacoteca by Paulo Mendes da Rocha
Conversation with Paulo Mendes da Rocha at Pinacoteca
Residência Milan, Marcos Acayaba
Residência Milan, Marcos Acayaba
Residência Milan, Marcos Acayaba
Residência Milan, Marcos Acayaba
Faculdade de Architetura e Urbanismo (FAU), Vilanova Artigas
Faculdade de Architetura e Urbanismo (FAU), Vilanova Artigas
Faculdade de Architetura e Urbanismo (FAU), Vilanova Artigas

DePaor lecture

September 20171/1
 

Dublin based architect Tom dePaor will be joining us for our first critique of the semester. At 7PM on Tuesday 3 April Tom will hold a lecture about his work that will take place at Pavilion HIQ and is open to all.

Address

ETH Zürich
Pavilion HIQ
Wolfgang-Pauli-Str. 15
CH–8093 Zürich

HIQ location map


Tom de Paor was born in London 1967 and graduated from the School of Architecture at University College Dublin in 1991. He has since taught at a variety of schools in Ireland and England and lectured widely internationally. He has received various national and international acknowledgements for his built work, both private and public. He represented Ireland at the Venice Biennale of 2000, 2006 and 2008. In 2010 he co-curated the Irish Pavilion and made a pavilion for the Biennale International exhibition. Publications include N3, Circle Book, Reservoir and ‘Of’ with ‘previous, next’ in preparation.

Seth lecture

September 20171/1
 

Seth Siegelaub and professor Philip Ursprung discussing how art history is made in Cabaret Voltaire. The conversation was part of Studio Tom Emerson's lecture series Crafting, constraining, weaving, recording but not completing.

Flammer Lecture

September 20171/1
 

Pascal Flammer will be joining us for our second critique of the semester. At 7.30PM on Tuesday 8 May Pascal will hold a lecture about his work that will take place at Pavilion HIQ and is open to all.

Address

ETH Zürich
Pavilion HIQ
Wolfgang-Pauli-Str. 15
CH–8093 Zürich

HIQ location map

Peter Beard lecture

September 20171/1
 

Peter Beard will be joining us for our second critique of the semester together with Pascal Flammer. At 7PM on Tuesday 8 May Peter will hold a lecture about his work that will take place at Pavilion HIQ and is open to all.

Address

ETH Zürich
Pavilion HIQ
Wolfgang-Pauli-Str. 15
CH–8093 Zürich

HIQ location map

Final crit fs12

September 20171/4
 

Our final studio review is being held on 29-30 May 2012 with guest critics Elia Zenghelis and Shelley McNamara.