History and Theory of Architecture IV

Lecture History and Theory of Architecture IV (052-0806)
Organizer: Chair of Prof. Stalder
Lecturers: Prof. Dr. Laurent Stalder, Dr. Andreas Kalpakci, Dr. Davide Spina, Dr. Matthew Wells
Time: Thursdays, 13:45 - 15:30
Location: HPV G 4
 



This two-semester lecture course on the history of architecture in Europe from the second Industrial Revolution of the 1850s to the oil crisis of the 1970s focuses on "Things of Modernity" – technical objects and complexes that have changed architecture. We will consider how the technical, scientific and cultural significance of these "Things" makes them key features of modernity. The aim is to understand the relationship between architectural and discursive practices in their historical depth and ideological breadth in an exemplary manner and to make it fruitful for contemporary architecture.

Livestreaming
Lecture Videos

Programme 
Groups 

Notes on the end-​of-semester exam 
Notes on the session exam 

2. Antenna: Slides 
3. Linoleum: Slides 
4. Air Conditioning: Slides 
5. The Refrigerator: Slides 
6. Glass: Slides 
7. Carpet: Slides 
8. The Garbage Chute: Slides 
9. The Air Curtain: Slides 

Literature


Text 1: WIGLEY, Mark: "Broadcasting Shelter" (2015) 
Text 2: STALDER, Laurent: "Mauer, Maschine, Milieu" (2013) 
Text 3: HARWOOD, John: "IBM Architecture" (2011) 
Text 4: MAGNAGO LAMPUGNANI, Vittorio: "Einleitung" (2019) 
Text 5: BARBER, Daniel: "Le Corbusier, the Brise-Soleil, and the Socio-Climatic Project of Modern Architecture, 1929–1963" (2012) 
Text 6: HORN, Eva: "Air Conditioning" (2016) 
Text 7: MARTIN, Reinhold: "Spiegelglas" (2009) 
Text 8: PONTE, Alessandra: "Müllschlucker (2009) 

Contact


Dr. Andreas Kalpakci