Designing from the Inside Out: envisioning a scientific interchange

Christoph Hoelscher, Martin Brösamle, Ruth Dalton, Stefan Altevogt, Peter Holgate

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition


The entries of prize winners and commendations of an architectural competition were curated into an exhibition. This open ideas competition invited practicing architects, architecture students and designers to design an Academic Interchange for the University of Bremen, Germany. The Academic Interchange was envisioned as an incubator for interdisciplinary collaborations and international relations for academics at the university. Entrants were encouraged to pay particular attention to the immersive experience of a visitor or visiting resident of the Academic Interchange with respect to their experience/understanding of the building and movement/flow through it. The design concept was intended to originate from the perspective of the building user and be designed from the bottom up.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 15 Nov 2011
EventThe German Consulate to the United Nations - United Nations Plaza, Manhattan, New York
Duration: 15 Nov 2011 → …


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