B. Housing

As a privileged theme of the first decades of the 20th century, collective housing now occupies a central position in the debates around architecture and the city. The reasons for this renewed interest are in part similar to those which made it the priority research field of the modern movement, while other aspects are asserting themselves nowadays in the face of migratory phenomena and the growing demand for sharing that invests several areas of our societies including, of course, habitat.

In addition to its societal, environmental and economic implications, collective housing is perceived as a fundamental element of urban life, capable, as such, of shaping our living spaces by involving and interweaving the public, collective and private spheres.

From a strictly architectural point of view, collective housing is open to typological and constructive experiments, aimed at its accessibility – in the broader sense of the term – for the greatest number.

Contenu de la formation
Obligatoires
Atelier Enseignants C
Théorie et critique du projet MA1 Gil 13
UE    
UE C : Logement collectif Ortelli 4
Cours    
De la structure à l’ornement Picon 3
Histoire de l’habitation Ortelli 3
Conseillés
Atelier    
Théorie et critique du projet MA2 Gil 13
UE    
UE D : Territoire et société Pedrazzini / Kaufmann / Tirone 4
UE F : Architecture et réhabilitation Arlaud / Brühwiler / Wall Gago / Zurbrügg 4
UE K : Architecture et durabilité : études de performances Andersen / Fivet / Rey / Karmann / Fumeaux 4
Cours    
Architecture et construction de la ville I et II Gilot 3+3
Architecture et énergie solaire Munari Probst 3
Comfort and architecture : sustainable strategies Andersen / Karmann / Wienold 3
Familiar horror-critical history of domestic space Aureli 3
Foncier, immobilier, logement Thalmann 3
Sociologie urbaine Clément / Drevon / Pattaroni 3
Swiss cooperative housing: a critical overview Davidovici 3
Théories et techniques du projet de sauvegarde Graf / Marino 3