Designing and sensitising14.02.2018
2018 summer school competition: Sto Foundation announces winning projects
Architecture faculties and departments from universities across Europe entered the 2018 summer school competition. From the 52 applications seeking support for internationally oriented courses on sustainability and energetically-efficient types of construction, the four-member jury, led by Sto Foundation Chairman Peter Cheret, selected six winning projects.
The jury also included Andres Lepik, director of the Architecture Museum and professor for architectural history and curatorial practice at the TU Munich, Katja Stotmeister as a guest and Uwe Koos, the chairman of the Foundation's Board.
The Sto Foundation is making available a total sum of about €100,000 for the six selected do-it-yourself student projects.
Construction of a temporary building from existing resources in Berlin |
Natural Building Lab, Prof. Eike Roswag-Klinge
"Building Cycle": Using existing resources, TU Berlin students and instructors construct a temporary building on the Rollberg plateau in Berlin-Neukölln.
Planning and building a refectory and a child care centre in Peru |
University of Stuttgart, Prof. Markus Allmann
Students from Stuttgart and Peruvian universities, together with the local population, plan the construction of a building with a public refectory and a child care centre in Lima's Alto Peru quarter.
Reconstruction of the Wittgenstein House Norway |
Manchester School of Architecture, Prof. Dominic Sagar, Prof. Tom Jefferies |
University of Stavanger, Prof. Harald Rostvik
"Zones of Experimentation and Rural": Students from Stavanger, Manchester, Cambridge and Berlin reconstruct the house of Ludwig Wittgenstein at the Sognefjord.
Design-Build project that expands a school in India |
Technical University Berlin, Prof. Jacob van Rijs
"Building Knowledge": German and Indian students, craftsmen, engineers, architects and users build three new classrooms and a covered communal area in the Indian village of Umlyngka.
Design and construction of an informational pavilion for preschoolers |
University of Poznan, Dr. Sc. Ph. D. Maciej Janowski
"Education Machine": Students develop and build a multi-functional pavilion. It is supposed to increase the awareness of architecture of preschoolers.
Construction of an energy self-sufficient building in the Netherlands |
Eindhoven University of Technology, Than Nguyen, Team CASA
"Sustainability, Health and Comfort": Students build a sustainable and largely energy self-sufficient building near Eindhoven.