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・Zaha Hadid、Proctor and Matthews、Jean Nouvel 電腦程序設計顧問
・西敏大學建築系教授 (University of Wesminster)
・TED x 演講者
・英國皇家建築師協會註冊建築師
・英國Simply Rhino參數化設計官方認證教師
・美國 Burnig Man Festival 藝術節參展藝術家
・A+T Partners

 

外籍客座教授簡介

 

  • Arthur Mamou-Mani is a French architect and director of the award-winning architecture practice Mamou-Mani Architects. He is a lecturer at the University of Westminster in London and owns a digital fabrication laboratory called the FabPub which allows people to experiment with large 3D Printers and Laser Cutters. Arthur has taught parametric design tools, digital fabrication as well as environmental and structural simulation at many leading academic bodies such as the Architectural Association School of Architecture and the UCL-Bartlett. He gave numerous talks including the TEDx conference in the United States and the Taipei Technical University in Taiwan. Mamou-Mani's clients include Karen Millen Fashion, The Burning Man Festival, and Imagination. His practice is currently undertaking work in England, France, USA and China. Prior to founding Mamou-Mani in 2011 , he worked with Atelier Jean Nouvel, Zaha Hadid Architects and Proctor and Matthews Architects.

 

toby-150x150・2013 TEDx talk entitled “The Architecture Of Joy”
・AA School , Design and Make 研究所教授
・曾任英國都會大學教授 (University of Metropolitan)
・西敏大學建築系教授 (University of Wesminster)
・皇家建築師協會 2012銀獎得主RIBA II Silver Medal 2012 得主
・EU funding E100K 大獎得主
・Casa Kike, Gianni Botsford Architects, London 主導建築師
・美國 Burnig Man Festival 藝術節參展藝術家

・A+T Partners

外籍客座教授簡介

 

  • Toby Burgess currently teaches three Architectural Masters courses at three London Universities, with a focus on the funding and delivery of student led designs, previously coordinating London Metropolitan University's entry in the Solar Decathlon Europe 2012, winner of the Royal Institute of British Architects Silver Medal 2012 for best student project worldwide and managing delivery of two student architectural installations at Burning Man festival 2013.

    Across this spectrum of tutoring the themes of environmental design, digital analysis, formal generation and fabrication are his main areas of research. As the recipient of the Baylight scholarship to study at the Architectural Association, his research focused on the potential of utilising digital technologies in the generation and fabrication of environmentally and culturally responsible architecture.

    er of the 2008 Lubetkin Prize, and has worked at Grimshaw Architects, where he was a founding member of the 'Project Sustainability Group' an in house team of sustainability researchers and advisors to the office on a range of international projects. His design work and research has been internationally exhibited and published.

 

 

專長及研究領域:

(1)都市計畫;(2)都市景觀設計方法;(3)人間居住學

 

 

學經歷

 學歷

  • 博士:日本國早稲田大學建築工學博士候選人
  • 碩士:日本早稲田大学理工学研究科
  • 學士:日本早稲田大学建築学科

經歷

  • 國立聯合大學專任助理教授2009/08~迄今
  • 早稲田大学理工学術院 創造理工学部
    (School of Creative Science and Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering)
    (Assistant Professor)2007/ 04 至 2009/07
  • 早稲田大学都市・地域研究所
    (Institute of Urban and Regional Studies)
    (Researcher)2004/ 04 至2009/07
  • 早稲田大学理工学部
    (School of Science and Engineering)
    (Research Associate)2004/ 04 至 2007/ 04
  • Secretariat, Waseda Urban Design Forum, 2003-2005
  • Member, Abstract Committee of Urban Design, Architectural Institute of Japan, 2005-present
  • Member, Research Committee of Urband Design, Kanto Regional Branch, Architectural Institute of Japan, 2007-present – Member of Working Group of the Housing Utilization Research Project of Nanyo Region, Ehime Prefecture Sponsored by Ministory of Economy, Trade and Industry, 2008-present

教授課程

98學年度碩士班

  • 高等建築設計(一)(二)
  • 收縮社會都市設計導論
  • 人類群居學特論

98學年度大學部

  • 建築設計(五)(六)
  • 都市計劃導論
  • 都市計劃與設計
  • 地景建築

指導學生情況

A. 指導專題
B. 指導畢業設計
C. 指導學生殊榮

研究計畫

國科會計畫

 

一般建教案

  • Waseda/MIT Design Workshop 2002, Kinomoto, Shiga Prefecture
    Term: July 24-31,2002 (Preparation from April and Finalization till October)
    Client: Town Government of Kinomono, Shiga Prefecture, Japan
    Overview: Section of Urban Design, Department of Architecture, Waseda University and Department of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology occasionally hold urban design studio. In year 2002, Kinomoto, the town near Biwako lake in central Japan was selected as a field. 13 students from master course of Waseda and MIT and 2 professional urban planners had participated. Proposals for the regeneration of historical street of Kinomoto town was finally presented at the hall of local chamber of commerce.
    Role of the applicant: Conduction of students’ preparative studies, arrangement of the studio program, and organization of the workshop report. Participated as a research staff of Goto Laboratory, Department of Architecture, Waseda Univerisity
  • Research Project, Campus Improvement Plan of Toyama Campus, Waseda University
    Term:
    April, 2002 – March, 2003
    Client: Board of Campus Improvement Guideline Development, Waseda University
    Overview: Before having some of the campus building re-built because of its age, Waseda University had established a board committee in order to settle the overall guidelines for construction. This research was a part of such a project. Current conditions of the campus space including the buildings and street furniture were investigated to have a guideline proposal over interior and exterior of the buildings.
    Role of theapplicant: Investigation and analysis. Participated as a research staff of Goto Laboratory, Department of Architecture, Waseda Univerisity
  • Research Project of Landscape Simulation for Shinjyuku 6-27 Area Development Planning
    Term: April, 2002 – February, 2003
    Client: Urban Renaissance Agency
    Overview: The assessment of the influence of high-rise buildings planned to be built by the UR agency at the site in Shinjuku were the object of this research project. Possible layout and heights of the buildings were proposed based on the conflicting elements, landmark visibility and scale gap between the surrounding buildings. Proper colors and uses of the project were also proposed.
    Role of the applicant: Investigation, analysis, and research group management. Participated as a research staff of Goto Laboratory, Department of Architecture, Waseda Univerisity
  • Research Project for Tokyo Landscape Design Research Group
    Term: April, 2002 – March, 2003
    Client: Research Institute of Architecture Inc. & AXS Satow Inc.
    Overview: This was the academic-industrial cooperation project. Two private sectors, both are architectural design office and urban design consultants, Shinjuku ward government office, Tokyo metropolitan government office, and Waseda University had participated. Periodical meetings were held to exchange and discuss the information about the current topics and problems surrounding the cityscape design of Tokyo. Each body was requested to provide the topic of discussion with presentation.
    Role of the applicant: Investigation, research, and secretariat. Participated as a research staff of Waseda Institute of Urban and Regional Studies.

榮譽及獎勵

 

著作

Refereed Papers
2004-2008 (All in Japanese)

  • Nobuhiro Otobe, Haruhiko Goto, Young-hwan Lee, Nobuyuki Sekiguchi “Present Condition and Problems of Urban Nightscape Formation by Local Governments: Through interviews to 54 cities and analysis of ‘luminance’ of nightscape” Journal of architecture and planning, Vol.73, No.626 pp. 803-810, 2008
  • Yuta Watanabe, Haruhiko Goto, Nobuyuki Sekiguchi, Hirosuke Sato, “A study on the transformation process of urban space formations caused by the city planning roads : Focusing on the oldest road plans and town boundaries in Shinjuku-ward” Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan Vol.42, No.3 pp. 643-648 ,2007
  • Jyun Okamoto, Haruhiko Goto, Young-hwan Lee, Nobuyuki Sekiguchi, Tatsushi Ueda, “A Study on the Gaze Characteristic over the Billboards around a Station Square -In the Case of the Square of Hachikomae, Shibuya station, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo-” Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, No.40-3,pp895-900, 2005

Conference papers
(All in Japanese else mentioned)

  • Yuta Watanabe, Haruhiko Goto, Nobuyuki Sekiguchi, Hirosuke Sato, “The Tranceformation Process of Boundaries of Towns cause of City-planning Roads : Comparison with the Areas between the Boundary of Old-15-Wards in Tokyo, in Shinjuku Ward” Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F-1, Urban planning, building economics and housing problems vol.2007, pp413-414, 2007.
  • Young-hwan Lee, Haruhiko Goto, Chang-ho Lee, Nobuyuki Sekiguchi, “Eye Fixation Features of Daylight-scape & Night-scape in the Sequential Landscape -The case study of scenery from Yurikamome line using eye- mark recorder-” Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F-1, Urban planning, building economics and housing problems vol.2005, pp243-244, 2005.
  • Masahiro Kagino, Haruhiko Goto, Chang-ho Lee, Nobuyuki Sekiguchi, Young-hwan Lee, YueFei Wang, Nobuhiro Otobe, “A Study on Scene-Recognition of Night View Landscape in a City -Abstracting 'clues' clearing up a night landscape structure-” Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F-1, Urban planning, building economics and housing problems vol.2005, pp1267-1268, 2005.
  • Nobuhiro Otobe, Haruhiko Goto, Chang-ho Lee, Nobuyuki Sekiguchi, Young-hwan Lee, YueFei Wang, Masahiro Kagino, “A Study on Scene-Recognition of Night View Landscape in a City -types of a scenery by Night-view-elements -” Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F- 1, Urban planning, building economics and housing problems vol.2005, pp1269-1270, 2005.
  • Jun Okamoto, Haruhiko Goto, Chang-ho Lee, Nobuyuki Sekiguchi, Tatsushi Ueda “A Study on the Gaze Characteristic over the Outdoor Advertisement Around a Station Square -In the Case of Square of Hachikomae, Shibuya Station, Shibuya, Tokyo-” Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F-1, Urban planning, building economics and housing problems vol.2005, pp1271-1272, 2005.
  • Nobuyuki Sekiguchi, Daisuke Sasaki, You Matsumoto, Haruhiko Goto, Hideaki Shimura, Yosuke Mano, Satoshi Miyake “Development of Consensus Support System using Machidukuri Simulation (1)-(3)” Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F-1, Urban planning, building economics and housing problems vol.2005, pp1273-1279, 2005.

Books

 

Other publications

Articles (All in Japanese)

  • Yukio Nishimura and Cityscape Research Society, “Perspective of Cityscape View:Part 2. Review of Tokyo Cityscape” Quarterly Machidukuri pp102-114, Gakugei-Syuppan, December 2004

Book Review (All in Japanese)

  • Alexandros-Andreas Kyrtsis”Constantinos A. DOXIADIS : Texts, Design Drawings, Settlements”Ikaros, 2007, 501p, Journal of architecture and building science,Vol.122, No.1568(20071120) p. 85

 

 

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ETH Zurich Senior Vice President for ETH Global
Director of the Singapore-ETH Centre in Singapore
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich, Germany

Gerhard Schmitt is Professor of Information Architecture at ETH Zurich, Director of the Singapore-ETH Centre in Singapore, Lead PI of the ETH Future Cities Responsive Cities Scenario, and ETH Zurich Senior Vice President for ETH Global.

Gerhard Schmitt holds a Dipl.-Ing. and a Dr.-Ing. degree of the Technical University of Munich, TUM, and a Master of Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley. His research focuses on Responsive Cities, Smart Cities and linking Big Data with urban design, urban models, simulation and visualization. He and his team developed and taught the first Massive Open Online Course Series on Future Cities with more than 110’000 registrations.

From 1998-2008 he served as Vice President for Planning and Logistics and Member of the Board of ETH Zurich. He directed the development of ETH’s strategy and planning in cooperation with the 16 scientific departments. From 1984 to 1988 he conducted CAAD research and teaching at Carnegie Mellon University. He joined ETH Zürich in 1988. He was Visiting Professor at Harvard GSD, at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, the Technical University of Denmark and at the Technical University of Delft. From 2004-2007 he chaired the Visiting Committee of the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. Gerhard Schmitt initiated and conceptualized the sustainable ETH Science City Campus in Zürich and received for this work the 2010 European Culture of Science award.

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    Postdoctoral Researcher & Lecturer
    Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich, Slovak

Peter is a Postdoctoral researcher and a co-leader of Digital Urban Simulation course at the Chair of Information Architecture. Trained as an architect and researcher in the field of computational design modelling he focuses on generative models and advanced urban simulations that can help architects and urban planners in the decision-making, planning and design processes. Peter’s long-term research is based on an investigation of phenomenon of emergence and urban autopoiesis in terms of self-creation and self-organisation of bottom-up urban patterns. Peter focuses on local-scale phenomena in behavioural urban models in order to identify patterns, potentials and strategies how to improve conditions for a livability in an investigated environment. By means of visual language which is being developed within the framework of custom-based computational models and visualisations he concentrates on more complex relations which forms the urban entirety.

Prior to obtaining his PhD degree from the MOLAB Cabinet of Architectural Modelling at the CTU in Prague, Peter gained experience as a practising architect and as a researcher at the Future Cities Laboratory Singapore ETH Centre. Peter holds Bachelor of Arts (2002) and Master of Arts in Architecture (2004) from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, Slovakia.

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    Postdoctoral Researcher
    Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich, Turkey

Ayca Tartar holds a PhD in Department of Architecture, Building Sciences Program, in Istanbul Technical University, Turkey. Her thesis “Floating Architecture Design Process Modeling Supported by Rule Based Decision Making" inherits a transdiciplinary approach as she worked with Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding departments focusing on using fuzzy logic to support decision making process. Following her PhD she gave lectures for master and undergraduate courses about floating cities, floating performance centers, yacht interior designs with a team of researchers from Delft University made collaborations with design informatics department and published several papers for international conferences. She has also completed her master degree in Building Sciences Program with a thesis on “Light Steel Construction Technology and Design Possibilities”. After studying light steel technology in her master thesis she worked on floating urban water spaces design process modeling with fuzzy logic. Today she is interested in using information architecture in designing floating cities. Her research aims to focus on urban water space design process and manufacture techniques. Purpose of her study is to develop a new design strategy for the floating building construction design management with applying recent advances in the fields of new materials and information architecture. She wants to use the experience gained carrying out her research in information architecture and use the insights for floating building design management. Research facilities of other departments such as Naval Architecture, Shipbuilding and information architecture should be used in joint in her studies. She believes that interaction between universities and students is the only way for an efficient theoretical and practical approach to design.

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    Programme Director Architectural Design
    University College London, Bartlett School of Architecture

Gilles Retsin is the founder of Gilles Retsin Architecture, a young award-winningLondon based architecture and design practice. The practice has developed numerous provocative proposals for international competitions, qualifying most recently as one of the finalists for the international competition for the New National Gallery in Budapest. Gilles graduated from the Architectural Association in London. Prior to founding his own practice, he worked in Switzerland as a project architect with Christian Kerez, and in London with Kokkugia. Alongside his practice, Gilles directs a research cluster at UCL/ the Bartlett school of Architecture, and he is also a senior lecturer at the University of East-London. He has been invited professor at the Texas A&M University, and has lectured and acted as guest critic in numerous universities internationally, most notably ETH Zurich and KTH Stockholm. His work has been acquired by the Centre Pompidou in Paris. He has exhibited internationally in museums such as the Museum of Art and Design in New York and has been been awarded with the Best Emerging Research Award at Acadia 2016 Posthuman Frontiers.

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    Programme Director Architectural Computation
    University College London, Bartlett School of Architecture

Manuel Jimenez García is the co-founder and principal of madMdesign, a computational design practice based in London. His work has been exhibited worldwide in venues such as Centre Pompidou (Paris), Canada´s Design Museum (Toronto), Royal Academy of Arts (London), Zaha Hadid Design Gallery (London), Clerkenwell Design Week (London) and X Spanish Architectural Biennale (Madrid). Alongside his practice, Manuel has lectured, taught and attended juries internationally. He is currently a lecturer in Architecture at The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL (London), where he directs Research Cluster 4 at the MArch Architectural Design (AD) and MArch Unit 19; in addition, he curates Plexus, a multidisciplinary lecture series based on computational design; he is also the director of the AA Visiting School Madrid. His academic research has been widely featured in publications and international conferences such us Fabricate, Ecaade, Aae and Acadia. He has recently been awarded with the Best Emerging Research Award at Acadia 2016 Posthuman Frontiers.

Stratis

    Open Classes – Grasshopper and robotics Tutor
    University College London, Bartlett School of Architecture

Stratis Georgiou is an Architect from Greece. After graduating with a Masters in Architecture from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece), he pursued a Master’s Degree from The Bartlett School of Architecture in Architectural Design (B-Pro programme), focusing on digital design and robotic fabrication. Stratis had been teaching Grasshopper for fabrication with the team Faberarium and Rhinoceros at the first year students of the Bartlett School of Architecture. Currently, he is directing the Digital Manufacturing Lab of University of East London (UEL) – involving robotics, 3d printing and laser cutting – and teaching Grasshopper and robotics at both UEL and UCL on Open Classes.

AJeroen van Ameijde has been teaching at the Architectural Association in London since 2007, including the last six years as Unit Master of Intermediate Unit 6 which investigates the critical application of innovative digital design and construction processes within dense urban contexts. He is director of the MakeLab and Kuwait Visiting Schools and a regular co-tutor in several other Visiting Schools. His previous roles within the AA include Head of Digital Prototyping and Course Tutor at the AADRL graduate programme. He has taught workshops in many universities and institutions and has published and lectured about digital design and fabrication worldwide. He is the co-founder and director of Urban Systems, an office specialising in generative design methodologies which is currently developing several large scale projects in China.

CAlvaro Lopez Rodriguez is a Spanish architect, holding an M.Arch from the European University of Madrid and a B.ProM.Arch in Architectural Design (M.Arch AD) from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. Prior to moving to London, Alvaro has worked with R&A and ALF Arquitectos in Madrid. He has a wide experience in digital manufacturing, working for the B-made at the Bartlett School of Architecture in the Digital Manufacturing department and with some collaboration with different projects like the Swiss pavilion for the Venice Biennale 2016, or the Digital Grotesque. Currently is combining the digital fabrication lab at the Architectural Association, with open classes in robotics at the Bartlett School.

BPeng is Architect and Structural Engineer based in London. He is Founder of P-Lab Studio.He has taught Architecture Design Studio in University of Nottingham, UK. He has worked for Mamou-mani Architects and Arata Isozaki & Associates. Peng graduated from AA school of Architecture RIBA Part2 (AADip). Before He studied in AA, He has gained two Bachelor degrees both in Architecture and Structural Engineering. His Architecture and Structural Engineering background has equipped him with various skills of designing, computing, 3D printing, digital fabrication and structural analysis. His design works be awarded A' Design Award and a&d trophy awards and be nominated by the Architizer A+Awards.