Studio and workshop courses

  Welding Copyright: Friedrich

Working with structural steel

Metals are an essential element of structural engineering constructions and architectural design. The multitude of metals and their alloys can serve a wide range of applications. A material frequently used in steel construction and in building locksmithery is unalloyed general structural steel, the properties of which are mainly determined by its carbon content.

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  sawing bamboo Copyright: Bergerfurth

Bamboo Container

The content of the workshop course is the playful examination of the material bamboo in its originally grown tube form and getting to know its structure and characteristics. The participants learn how to use tools and design methods in a meaningful way by working with a material that already has a vascular character in its naturally grown tubular form.

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  mixing colour Copyright: Neuefeind

Lime Fresco

Through the practical handling of the material, knowledge is imparted about the behaviour of pigments with lime: which pigments and paints are suitable, how is lime processed, how and with which tools is a suitable substrate produced, how and with which tools are paints produced from pigments, how can the material behaviour be used for designing?

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  concrete model Copyright: Friedrich

Concrete Cast

As part of the "Concrete cast" workshop course, a maximum of 8 students will produce moulds from wood and/or silicone, which will then be filled with concrete. A concrete container approx. 10x15x10 cm is planned. The course is intended to give students an understanding of the rules and technical necessities involved in making formwork for concrete castings.

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  Photo works Copyright: Ivo Mayr

BW Laboratory

In the aesthetics of photography the analog technologies are formative. But it is also important to deal with them in photography itself. Analogue photography represents a material antithesis to digital photography, in which the photographer apparently always has the 'programmed image' under control.

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