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Title Re: Futures : Studio Hani Rashid, University of Applied Arts Vienna / editors, Hani Rashid, Sophie Luger ; [with contributions by Gerald Bast, David Benjamin, Barbara Imhof, Edward Jung, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Hani Rashid, Matthew Ritchie ; translation, copy-editing, Alun Brown, Janima Nam].
Imprint Basel, Switzerland : Birkhauser, [2017]

Series Edition Angewandte, 1866-248X
Edition Die Angewandte, University Press. 1866-248X
Subject Universität für Angewandte Kunst Wien. Institut für Architektur. Studio Hani Rashid.
Visionary architecture.
College students' art -- Austria -- Vienna.
Architecture -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Austria -- Vienna.
Alt Name Rashid, Hani, 1958-
Luger, Sophie,
Bast, Gerald,
Benjamin, David N.,
Imhof, Barbara,
Jung, Edward,
Obrist, Hans Ulrich,
Ritchie, Matthew, 1964-
Description 1 online resource (296 pages) : illustrations.
polychrome rdacc
Summary "Hani Rashid, co-founder of Asymptote, the visionary New York architectural practice, has been heading up Studio Hani Rashid in Vienna since 2011. The curriculum focuses on the development of conceptual and practical skills for creating future-oriented architecture - on experimental investigation of atmospheric, phenomenal, and visual effects, which provides intelligent solutions for contemporary forms of dwelling and being but which should also satisfy 'feasibility criteria'. 'Re: Futures' uses texts, digital visualizations and descriptive architectural sketches to document the work created over recent years, and thereby reveals a spectrum of contemporary design methods and future-oriented architectural themes."--Provided by publisher.
Hani Rashid, Mitbegrunder des visionaren New Yorker Architekturburos Asymptote, leitet seit 2011 das Studio Hani Rashid in Wien. Das Programm zielt auf die Entwicklung konzeptueller und praktischer Fahigkeiten zur Schaffung zukunftsgerichteter Architektur: auf die experimentelle Untersuchung solcher atmospharischen, phanomenalen und optischen Effekte und Wirkungen, die intelligente Antworten auf gegenwartige Fragen des Lebensraumes geben, sich zugleich aber einem "Machbarkeitsnachweis" unterziehen sollen. „Re: Futures" dokumentiert anhand von Texten, digitalen Visualisierungen und deskriptiven Architekturskizzen die in den letzten Jahren entstandenen Arbeiten und entfaltet so ein Spektrum von zeitgenossischen Entwurfsmethoden. und zukunftsgerichteten Themen in der Architektur.
Note In English.
Contents Intro. Deep_Futures Lab, University of Applied Arts Vienna / Hani Rashid -- Architecture as a strategic process for designing the future / Gerald Bast -- Warmest regards, the future / Matthew Ritchie -- In conversation / Hans Ulrich Obrist, Hani Rashid -- Deep_Futures Lab 2011-2016 studio work & diploma projects. New works for cities yet to be built / Winter semester 2011/12 -- Optics, phenomena and atmosphere / Summer semester 2012 -- EXPO I : prototypes for the future city / Winter semester 2012/13 -- EXPO II : prototypes for the future city / Summer semester 2013 -- Uber port / Winter semester 2013/14 -- Exhibitions & study trips -- Plug-in Park Avenue -- Uber HQ / Summer semester 2014 -- Redhook redux / Winter semester 2014/15 -- Visual literacy redux -- Museum Row Frankfurt / Summer semester 2015 -- Super-span spectacle space / Winter semester 2015/16 -- Panel discussion at the Antarctic Pavilion / Gerald Bast, David Benjamin, Barbara Imhof, Edward Jung, Hani Rashid -- Antarctica re-cyclical / Summer semester 2016 -- Appendix. Biographies -- Students.
Note Print version record and online resource; title from PDF title page (publisher's Web site, viewed 30. Jun 2017).
ISBN 9783035614688 (electronic bk.)
3035614687 (electronic bk.)
9783035614664 (hardback)
3035614660 (hardback)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1515/9783035614688
OCLC # 1037981343
Additional Format bundle 9783035614695
print 9783035614664

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