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Kick Off
KICK OFF WS2019/20 October 2nd @2pm

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Post–Anthropocentric Villa
@jankovaricek & @_simon_ferdinand
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Apply Now
Open for applications now to @studio_hani_rashid in #Vienna#ioavienna

Please find detailed information regarding application process, deadlines, eligibility
and program details on the following web site: http://www.i-o-a.at/application/

Apply directly to: studio.rashid@uni-ak.ac.at

Image credit: Yana Ostapchuck
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Diploma Reviews
Date: 18th June, 2019

Location: University of Applied Arts Vienna, Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz 2, 1030 Vienna

Jury:
Guests:

Students: Arian Lehner, Ludmilar Janigova, Polina Korochkova, Luca Melchiori, Yana, Ostapchuk , Sadi Ozdemir, Anya Tuzova

Image credit: Studio Hani Rashid
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Final Reviews
E_Domestic Landscapes
Date: 19th June, 2019

Location: University of Applied Arts Vienna, Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz 2, 1030 Vienna

Jury:
Guests: Brian Boigon, Daniel Prost, Bika Sibila Rebek and Kivi Sotamaa

Image credit: Studio Hani Rashid
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Summerterm Kick-off and Presentation
Date: 18th March, 2019

Location: University of Applied Arts Vienna, Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz 2, 1030 Vienna

Brief: The New e_Domestic Landscape

Presentation of a 2 week project undertaken as an introduction to the brief for this summer semester. Exploring e_domestic landscapes on a physical scale, the projects explore the use of materiality and digital fabrication techniques by analysing existing domestic villas.

Photo Credit | Jade Bailey & Studio Hani Rashid
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Diploma Reviews
Date: 24th January, 2019

Location: University of Applied Arts Vienna, Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz 2, 1030 Vienna

Jury: Greg Lynn, Matthias Boeckl, Klaus Bollinger, Brian Cody, Sanford Kwinter, Karin Raith, Hani Rashid, Kazuyo Sejima

Guests: Mariana Ibanez, Elena Manferdini

Students: Mathias Juul Frost, Johanna Jelinek, Barbara Schickermüller, Angel Yonchev

Photo Credit | Leonard Kern & Studio Hani Rashid


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Final Reviews
E_Mobilities Futures
Date: 22nd January, 2019

Location: University of Applied Arts Vienna, Oskar Kokoschka-Platz 2, 1010 Vienna

Semester Premise
This studio outlines a vision for spaces in a future where auto­mated transportation is widespread as part of the built environ­ment.
How will the promised elimination of traffic congestion and fossil fu­elled pollution along side sharing economies, conflict and complexity man­agement (AI), parking facilities and other anachronistic automo­tive and transport infrastructure as well as other dynamics and innovations alter design, buildings, urbanism and infrastructure in the near future?

Review Panel:
  • Oliver Bertram | co-founder and managing partner of Wideshot Design, located in Vienna, Austria.
  • Alexander Diem | founder of Alexander Diem Architects, located in Vienna.
  • Sille Pihlak | founding partner of PART Architects, located in Tallinn, Estonia.
  • Daniel Prost | partner at Some Place, located in NYC and Vienna.
Photo Credit | Leonard Kern & Studio Hani Rashid
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Interim Reviews
E_MOBILITIES FUTURE
Date: 15th October, 2018

Location: University of Applied Arts Vienna, Oskar Kokoschka-Platz 2, 1010 Vienna

Photo Credit | Leonard Kern & Studio Hani Rashid

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Research Trip
E_MOBILITIES FUTURE
Dates: 29th-30th November

Location: Munich

Itinerary:
Olympic Stadium by Frei Otto and Günther Behnisch
BMW World by Coop Himmelblau
Allianz Arena by Herzog & De Meuron
Studio visit Diez Office
Paneum by Coop Himmelblau

Photo Credit | Studio Hani Rashid
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The Essence
Exhibition by the Institute of Architecture
Dates: 20th-25th November, 2018

Location: Vordere Zollamtsstraße 3 , 1030, Vienna

Premise
The contribution of the Institute of Architecture, curated by Studio Hani Rashid, at the 2018 show of the University Applied Arts Vienna features selected works of the three design studios, departments and research projects. A series of architectural models as a physical manifestation of the design process form at the core of the exhibition. Additionally, digital presentations and movies further explaining the projects and teaching positions are shown 14 screens.

Photo Credit | Studio Hani Rashid
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Research Trip
Dope_City
Dates: 16th-18th March, 2018

Location: Palmanova & Palladio

Itinerary:
Steinhaus by Günther Domenig, Ossiachersee
Palmanova
Treviso
Villa Rotonda by Andrea Palladio, Vicenza
Teatro Olimpico by Andrea Palladio, Vicenza
Brion Cemetery by Carlo Scarpa, Altivole
Hypo Alpe Adria Bank by Morphosis, Klagenfurt

Photo Credit | Studio Hani Rashid

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Diploma Reviews
Date: 25th January, 2018

Location: University of Applied Arts Vienna, temporary premise Vordere Zollamtsstraße 3, 1030 Vienna

Jury: Hani Rashid, Greg Lynn, Kazuyo Sejima, Matthiad Boeckl, Klaus Bollinger, Brian Cody, Sanford Kwinter, Karin Raith

Guest: Anton Garcia-Abril

Students: Angelica Lorenzi, Jalal, Matraji, Dennis Schiaroli, Adam Sebestyen

Photo Credit | Studio Hani Rashid

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Exhibition Austrian Foundation for Future Research
Location: Aula der Wissenschaften, Wollzeile 27a, 1010 Vienna

Opening Introduction:
  • Dr. Gerald Bast, Dean University of Applied Arts Vienna
  • Dr. Harald Mahrer, State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy
  • Univ.-Prof. Hani Rashid, Head - Studio 3 IoA, University of Applied Arts Vienna
Students: Dor Cohen, Mary Denman, Benjamin Goern, Roman Hajtmanek, Ludmila Janigova, Johanna Jelinek, Mathias Juul Frost, Nikola Karnikova, Jong Hoon Kim, Angelica Lorenzi, Polina Korochkova, Jalal Matraji, Luca Melchiori, Alexander Nanu, Silvia Nanu, Yana Ostapchuk, Mihai Potra, Dennis Schiaroli, Barbara Schickermüller, Adam Sebestyen, Andrej Striezenec, Colby Suter, Anna Tuzova, Shilun Yang, Angel Yonchev, Min Zhang

Team: Sophie Grell Univ.-Ass. Mag.arch., Jose Carlos Lopez Cervantes Univ.-Ass. M.Arch., Eldine Heep Univ.-Ass. Mag.arch., Sophie Luger Univ.-Ass. Mag.arch., Andrea Tenpenny (Studio Administration)

Info:
While in other parts of the world - primarily the West Coast of the USA and large parts of Asia - we can witness a widespread, euphoric view of the future - also based on the potentialities of digital revolution - what we are experiencing in Europe as a whole and in Austria in particular is a very reserved approach towards the future. This has resulted in skepticism towards technology and science. However, right now would be the right time to face those grand societal challenges and approach them with optimism, in order to build and shape the years ahead rather than yield to compla­cency and a sort of romanticism and fear of change.
Studio Hani Rashid, Institute of Architecture at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, is engaged with the development of places that invite the public to further advance ideas and visions for the future. The project offers a combination of agora and library of ideas, space for presentation and interaction.

Photo Credit | Leonhard Hilzensauer & Studio Hani Rashid
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Exhibition Venice
Re-Cyclical_a frontier in flux

Antarctic Pavilion, Fondaco Marcello, San Marco 3415, Venice
Date: May 27th-July 31st 2016

Location: Fondaco Marcello, San Marco 3415, Venice

Panel Discussion: David Benjamin, Barbara Imhof, Edward Jung, Alexander Ponomarev and Hani Rashid with opening remarks by Gerald Bast

Students: Mary Denman, Fady Haddad, Johanna Jelinek, Mathias Juul Frost, Jong Hoon Kim, Noemi Polo, Lenka Petrakova, Angelica Lorenzi, Jalal Matraji, Alexander Nanu, Mihai Potra, Dennis Schiaroli, Barbara Schickermüller, Adam Sebestyen, Andrej Strieženec, Colby Suter, Angel Yonchev

Team: Sophie Luger, Joerg Hugo, Eldine Heep, Andrea Tenpenny, Sophie Grell, Reiner Zettl, Julianne Jones

Info:
Works by Studio Hani Rashid are presented during the 15th Venice Biennale of Architecture, 2016.
Antarctica, as a site, is a location where we have the opportunity to build with knowledge, intelligence, and with an eye on the future of the planet as a whole. The exhibited work illustrate seven scenarios where architecture is put forth as a potential solution, as opposed to contributing to the problem, as it has to some extent in the past. The installations at the Antarctic Pavilion are a showcase of Deep Future initiatives for the continent of Antarctica. The premise of the exhibited work focuses on taking control of the future of our planet. The Installation at the Antarctic pavilion will showcase seven holographically presented architectural visions that target key challenges that we as architects must confront and question. The architecture tackles issues and possibilities such as robotic and printed building technologies, bioengineered material technologies, sustainable food supply systems and their infrastructure, sustainable energy harvesting, and a number of other key issues that will impact our work as architects as we traverse the future. The exhibition targets the making of an architecture utilizing new and powerful tectonics where architectural form and space are integral to the solutions we need to seek out and manifest throughout this century and into the next.

Photo Credit | Antarctic Biennale & Studio Hani Rashid

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Video installation and presentation of the Antarctica
Re-Cyclical Semester

Antarctic Pavilion, Fondaco Marcello, San Marco 3415, Venice
Date: June 20th 2016

Location: Maritime Museum in ‪‎Barcelona

Students: Mary Denman, Fady Haddad, Johanna Jelinek, Mathias Juul Frost, Jong Hoon Kim, Noemi Polo, Lenka Petrakova, Angelica Lorenzi, Jalal Matraji, Alexander Nanu, Mihai Potra, Dennis Schiaroli, Barbara Schickermüller, Adam Sebestyen, Andrej Strieženec, Colby Suter, Angel Yonchev

Team: Sophie Luger, Joerg Hugo, Eldine Heep, Andrea Tenpenny, Sophie Grell, Reiner Zettl, Julianne Jones

Info:
On June 20th commissioner Alexander Ponomarev, architect Hani Rashid and director of the Quo Artis Foundation Tatiana Kourochkina presented the Antarctic Biennale project to the Spanish press.
A video of the current exhibition in The Antarctic Pavilion ANTARCTICA: RE-CYCLICAL by Studio Hani Rashid at the IoA, Institute of Architecture – University of Applied Arts Vienna was shown to the audience.

Photo Credit | Antarctic Biennale
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Works of the Antarctica
The Re-Cyclical semester was shown at the 2nd Xinjiang International Art Biennale
Date: October 9th-31st 2016

Location: Urumqi, China


Students: Mary Denman, Fady Haddad, Johanna Jelinek, Mathias Juul Frost, Jong Hoon Kim, Noemi Polo, Lenka Petrakova, Angelica Lorenzi, Jalal Matraji, Alexander Nanu, Mihai Potra, Dennis Schiaroli, Barbara Schickermüller, Adam Sebestyen, Andrej Strieženec, Colby Suter, Angel Yonchev


Team: Sophie Luger, Joerg Hugo, Eldine Heep, Andrea Tenpenny, Sophie Grell, Reiner Zettl,

Info:
The 2nd Xinjiang International Art Biennale, hosted by the Ministry of Culture of the People's Republic of China and the government of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, was held in Urumqi. Themed "Dialogue between Art and Science", the exhibition presents new concepts and new ways of thinking in social development and progress brought about by the merging of culture and science through modern art. It consists of four sections, namely "Sci-tech and Smart Manufacturing", "Ecology and Human Settlement", "Information and Intelligence" and "Nature and Life". Twenty-eight pieces of art from seven countries including the UK, France, Canada, the Netherlands, Austria, Greece and Luxembourg were displayed. They were closely connected with daily life and drew public attention with the interactive design related to information, thus presenting diversity and originality of modern art in the international arena.

Photo Credit | Xinjiang Art Biennale
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The Essence

Exhibition by the Institute of Architecture
Date: June 26th–July 12th 2015

Location: Künstlerhaus, Karlsplatz 5, 1010 Vienna

Info:
Installation of selected student work of the Institute of Architecture at the annual exhibition of the University of Applied Arts Vienna

Photo Credit | Künstlerhaus, Vienna
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Exhibition Beijing
Works of Antarctica
The Re-Cyclical semester was shown at the 4th Art and Science International Exhibition titled "Dialogue with Leonardo da Vinci" at the Tsinghua University Art Museum in China.
Date: September 11th- March 19th 2017

Location: Tsinghua University Art Museum, Beijing, China

Students: Mary Denman, Fady Haddad, Johanna Jelinek, Mathias Juul Frost, Jong Hoon Kim, Noemi Polo, Lenka Petrakova, Angelica Lorenzi, Jalal Matraji, Alexander Nanu, Mihai Potra, Dennis Schiaroli, Barbara Schickermüller, Adam Sebestyen, Andrej Strieženec, Colby Suter, Angel Yonchev

Team: Sophie Luger, Joerg Hugo, Eldine Heep, Andrea Tenpenny and Sophie Grell

Info:
The exhibition included 60 original manuscripts of Leonardo da Vinci from the Codex Atlanticus. Worldwide new art works from the art and science worlds was presented simultaneously. The exhibition was aimed to interpret the relationships between art and science, time and space, the physical and the non-physical.

Photo Credit | Tsinghua University Art Museum
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RE:Futures
Book Launch
Date: June 27th 2017

Location: Angewandte Innovation Lab (AIL), Franz-Josefs-Kai 3, 1010 Vienna

Welcoming Remarks: Gerald Bast, Rector University of Applied Arts Vienna

Laudatio: Hani Rashid, Sophie Luger

Panel Discussion: Gerald Bast, Rector University of Applied Arts Vienna

Info:
Re: Futures is a compilation of five years of research conducted at Studio Hani Rashid, Institute of Architecture at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. Under the direction of architect and teacher Hani Rashid, the selected projects in this book address many of the significant and critical challenges that architects face and are set to confront with greater urgency as we head into the near and deep future.
The works range from highly innovative architectural experimentation to large-scale sustainable urban interventions that focus on the possibilities and provocations of integrating new technological phenomena and capabilities into the design process. Through a collection of texts, digital and physical models, computer visualizations and drawings as well as large-scale installations and exhibitions, this research positions architecture as a discipline of increasing relevance in the decades to come.

Photo Credit | Lea Fabienne
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The Essence 12
Exhibition by the Institute of Architecture
Date: June 27th-July 15th 2012

Location: Künstlerhaus, Karlsplatz 5, 1010 Vienna

Info:
Installation of selected student work of the Institute of Architecture at the annual exhibition of the University of Applied Arts Vienna

Photo Credit | Künstlerhaus, Vienna