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The Institute of Architecture focuses on forward-looking and practice-oriented education that is at the cutting edge of contemporary architecture in Switzerland. It is internationally networked with the most renowned universities.
10. May 2021 |
Das CCTP veröffentlicht eine Reihe von Kolumnen in der Luzerner Zeitung zum Thema Stadtentwicklung. In der Mai-Kolumne erklärt Dieter Geissbühler von der Hochschule Luzern, wieso und wie Weiterbauen eine Option ist.
31. March 2021 |
Ein Jahr nach dem Lockdown – lessons learned? Bereits zum vierten Mal führte das CCTP am 9. März 2021 zusammen mit dem Bundesamt für Wohnungswesen und TEC21-espazium den virtuellen ThinkTank «Dichte auf dem Prüfstand» durch. Nationale und internationale Expertinnen und Experten blickten auf ein Jahr Corona-Pandemie zurück.
The Architecture Agenda is an event calendar organized by the Institute of Architecture. Events in Central Switzerland are announced here. Past lecture series of the Institute of Architecture are also archived here and available for viewing.
Architecture Jobs is a job platform of the Institute of Architecture. Job advertisements for prospective and graduate architects are published here.
The Architecture Library is an encyclopedia of Swiss architecture from 1920 to the present. It is a freely accessible, qualified image archive. Architecture students and interior design students participate in this scientific project.
The Material Library includes physical material samples as well as electronically recorded data sheets with the characteristics and application possibilities of the different materials.
What kind of spaces do we want to live in? How do these embed themselves in the environment? Students learn to plan, build and renew different living spaces and to master cultural, ecological and economic challenges.
The new interdisciplinary degree programme offers students the unique opportunity to acquire a future-oriented specialization in procedural and digital skills in the fields of architecture, civil engineering and building technology.
The internationally oriented, bilingual Master’s program enables students to take their own stance in the crossroads between typology, technology and context. Special attention is given to scientific work and writing.
The continuing education courses impart broad knowledge of methods and processes. The lectures help students build up professional expertise and deal with current and future in-demand topics related to overall responsibility in building culture.
The competence center researches the interaction between humans and the built environment. The strategic transformation of buildings and neighborhoods is at the center of the scientific work.