Planning the built and un-built | Julian Oggier
The Department of Architecture is happy to invite you to a guest lecture as part of Studio 5: Julian Oggier, Associate Herzog & de Meuron | "Planning the built and un-built"
To focus on the definition and design of landscapes, but also on the planning of transport infrastructures offers great potential to develop alternative, yet surprising strategies and visions for urban plans. In this lecture a selection of projects show the simultaneous and equal planning of the built and un-built in different contexts such as the transformation of an industrial area and shopping center into a mixed-use, high-density neighbourhood.
Julian Oggier is an Associate at Herzog & de Meuron in Basel, Switzerland and a former assistant at ETH Studio Basel and the Institute for the History and Theory of Architecture (gta). At Herzog & de Meuron he is responsible for various large-scale infrastructural projects, urban transformation plans and architectural buildings.
The lecture will take place on zoom. Join us here.