Cargotecture

 

Currently under construction is our new mixed-use facility in Lagos. The design links the concept of recycling with traditional craftsmanship. Re-used intermodal shipping containers become the main structural element. For sun shading, we investigated the potential of traditional rattan weaving on façade panels, which create a transitional space between outside and inside. Stay tuned and find out all details soon.

 

 

Architecture:
Studio Elementals

Facade Design:
Studio Elementals, Jeanne Schultz

Interior Design:
S.EA Consulting

Construction:
Adisa Design Studio

Photos:
Medina Sage Dugger

 

Construction is team work

 

Currently under construction is our new mixed-use facility in Lagos. The engineers and craftsmen and women of Adisa Design Studio (general contractor) have worked hard to bring the complex building design to life.

Here some impressions:

Architecture:
Studio Elementals

Facade Design:
Studio Elementals, Jeanne Schultz

Interior Design:
S.EA Consulting

Construction:
Adisa Design Studio

Photos:
Medina Sage Dugger

Female and Designing the City: Part 1

 

 

On Saturday 7th of November 2020, the Creative Director, Stefanie Theuretzbacher was part of a virtual panel organized by Open House Lagos. The panel explored the concept of the city from the perspective of the female designer.

 

 

Co-panelists included Dr. Thaibat Lawanson, Tosin Oshinowo, and Nana Biamah-Ofusu, with Olamide Udoma-Ejorh of the Lagos Urban Development Initiative as moderator.

 

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKXyOQcpMMs&ab_channel=OpenHouseLagos

 

More on Open House Lagos: http://openhouselagos.com

Structures of Displacement

2020

Out NOW!

New IoA Publication STRUCTURES OF DISPLACEMENT by Baerbel Mueller and Frida Robles, published by Birkhauser, in Die Angewandte’s book series Edition Angewandte.

Structures of Displacement refers to the joint project between the [applied] Foreign Affairs lab of the Institute of Architecture at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) for the conception and design of the Agricultural Training Center in Harsham Camp in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan (2016 -2019).

The project contributes to the overall UN brief of ”integrated stabilization, economic recovery and reconstruction support for displaced persons and returnees”. As part of the project, [a]FA mapped the camp to identify economic networks, habitats, and individual stories. In order to reflect on the project, Structures of Displacement was also organized as an exhibition and symposium that took place at the Institute of Architecture, University of Applied Arts Vienna in October 2019.

 

Photo: Baerbel Mueller / July 2020

 

Publishing House: Birkhaeuser

ISBN: 9783035623048

Link:
 https://www.degruyter.com/view/title/594481?fbclid=IwAR02M2MH1JaF5umZ9rsXZ3iNeOXStCumGL8BKbBvWwoUa4FF0XRhXJe3R9U

The Kofe Club Project

no 47, May, 2020

Das Kröswang Magazin / Le Fritz Publishing

Our interior Design project “Kofe Club” was featured in the Austrian food and lifestyle magazine, Frisch.

 

Our director, Stefanie Theuretzbacher, was also interviewed for the article about the Lagos food scene. 

 

 

 

 

Spatial and Social Peripheries

March 2020

NEW BOOK “Positions – Unfolding Architectural Endeavors”
Ed. by Maja Ozvaldič, Bence Pap, Indrė Umbrasaitė, and the IoA Institute of Architecture presents the works and ideas of graduates from the Institute for Architecture. Edition Angewandte Series
 
 

In the context of the 150-year anniversary of the University for Applied Arts, SLIVER presented as “positions” the works and ideas of graduates from the Institute for Architecture created in the course of the last three decades. This publication presents these as a cross-section through time and as a pulsating exchange covering the challenges faced by the teaching and practice of architecture, research, and design culture in the past, present, and future.

Publishing House: Birkhaeuser

Article contribution by Stefanie Theuretzbacher

Link: https://www.amazon.de/Positions-Unfolding-Architectural-Endeavors-Angewandte/dp/3035620067/ref=sr_1_1?__mk_de_DE=%C3%85M%C3%85%C5%BD%C3%95%C3%91&dchild=1&keywords=positions%3A+unfolding+architectural&qid=1607973482&sr=8-1

 

 

A hub for adult education with greenhouses for vegetable production

 

The Harsham Camp ATC in Erbil, the largest city in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, was officially inaugurated today by Begard Talabani, Iraq’s Minister of Agriculture and Water Resources, Benoit Wuatelet, UNIDO Programme Coordination Specialist, Stefanie Theuretzbacher, project architect. The opening ceremony was hosted by UNIDO, in collaboration with the [applied] Foreign Affairs Lab of the University of Applied Arts Vienna, who conceived the project.

Harsham is the temporary home of 1500 IDPs, who were forced to leave Ninewa and other northern governorates of Iraq affected by the recent conflict with the Islamic State. Women especially, have few perspectives and possibilities in the everyday life of the camp. The new training center consists of an educational hub, green houses and a garden on 8000 square meters of land. The camp’s inhabitants know how to grow vegetable, now they receive adequate space to supply themselves with fresh food, for communal exchange and income.

 

Images:
UNIDO

Find more information under the link below:
https://www.unido.org/news/new-agricultural-training-centre-opens-doors-iraqi-idps