Kai Zipse will be a Guest Critic at the Teaching Unit Cartography of EPFL laba, taught by Bárbara Maçães Costa, on Friday November 9th, 1PM-5PM, at EPFL Lausanne, room AAC114.
Christian Weyell will be giving a lecture about the work of our practice at ETH Zurich, in the course of Urban Planning, on October 18th, 2018 (ETH Hönggerberg, HPH G1, 08:00 - 09:30)
On Friday, July 27th we held the roofing ceremony of Haus P in Stralsund. It was a wonderful day, thanks to everyone who celebrated with us!
Weyell Zipse Architekten, in collaboration with ARGE Donet Schäfer Architekten + Tanja Reimer and Atelier Loidl Landschaftsarchitekten, have won the competition GUGGACH III, by the city of Zurich and "Stiftung Einfach Wohnen", consisting of a school building + gym, a housing complex with 120 flats and a kindergarden, as well as 1.800m2 of retail area and a public park with 5.000m2. We are thrilled and looking forward to working on this exciting major project!
Link Press Release / Link Juryreport / Link Baunetz
Join us for the talk COMING OF AGE, on May 25th, 19:30, at the IUAV / University of Venice.
COMING OF AGE is a series of talks organized by CARNETS during the opening week of
BIENNALE ARCHITETTURA 2018 - FREESPACE
Christian Weyell is part of the publication ‘On Planning - A Thought Experiment’. The project will be displayed in Venice at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale.
"The publication is the result of a year-long dialogue between David Chipperfield and Simon Kretz, enabled by the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative. It critically thematises and theorises urban qualities of contemporary urban developments. Using the Bishopsgate goods yard site in East London as a case study, and with collaborative input from the Institute for Urban Design, Prof. Kees Christiaanse, ETH Zurich, this project highlights the conditions under which an ideal urban development project could flourish. The conclusions reached through this exercise demonstrate how future large-scale developments elsewhere could have more positive urban impact, both at the scale of the neighbourhood and the wider metropolis."