Architecture

Architecture - May 20
Architecture
In a new book, researchers from EPFL examine the history of organic architecture, complete with telling examples of the genre, from its emergence in the early 20th century to the present day. They observe that the movement is enjoying a revival - particularly in Switzerland - that's being driven by the demands of high-density urban development.
Architecture - Environment - May 18
Architecture - Environment

What happens when COVID-19 means architecture students have to get by without a workshop, electrical engineers without high-voltage laboratories and environmental scientists without field trips.

Computer Science - Architecture - Apr 23
Computer Science - Architecture

Artificial intelligence has become a focus of certain ethical concerns, but it also has some major sustainability issues.

Architecture - Mar 13
Architecture

Claudia Breidbach was born without a left forearm. She now wears a powered prosthesis, which she will be using for the powered prosthetic arm race at Cybathlon 2020.

Architecture - Environment - Feb 20
Architecture - Environment

Students create innovative concepts for a hospice - People receiving end-of-life care are usually cut off from the outside world in their hospice rooms.

Architecture - Health - May 4

What is the relationship between epidiemology and urban planning? Sascha Roesler, assistant professor at the USI Academy of Achitecture (Institute for the History and Theory of Art and Architecture, ISA), explores the subject in a recently published article in the Neue Zürcher Zeitung and with a short video, showing how these two concepts have a common history and future.

Architecture - Apr 1

The global lockdown caused by the coronavirus has brought the shortcomings and social inequality inherent in modern housing into stark relief. This presents architects with an opportunity to learn some important lessons for their future work.

Environment - Architecture - Mar 4
Environment - Architecture

A five-story mixed-use structure in Roxbury represents a new kind of net-zero-energy building, made from wood.

Architecture - Social Sciences - Feb 18

It's the year 2020, and where two or more are gathered, it seems, there is a podcast. Given the level of creativity among University of Washington faculty and staff, it's no surprise that many high-quality podcasts are now being produced on campus.


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