Environments for Communication
An interdisciplinary exploration by students for a future Aedes Communication Space
31 March 2023
This exhibition showcases experiments by students from the Berlin International University of Applied Sciences who worked in interdisciplinary teams to create new spatial and visual concepts for Aedes.
llustration by Sam Milligan @studiosxm
Friday, 31 March 2023, 3–6pm, no registration necessary
ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory, Christinenstr. 18–19, 10119 Berlin
ANCB is delighted that Berlin International's Faculty of Architecture and Design devoted their semester-long interdisciplinary programme to looking into the spatial configuration and visual communication of ANCB. During a five-day intensive workshop at ANCB, the students worked on presenting their proposals in this multi-format installation.
3 pm Project Presentation by the students and Award Ceremony
Dr. h.c. Kristin Feireiss, Director, ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory, Berlin
5 pm Exhibition Opening
Dunya Bouchi, Managing Director, ANCB, Berlin
Prof. Yüksel Pöğün‐Zander, PhD, President, Berlin International University of Applied Sciences
We would also like to invite you to join us for the Aedes exhibition openings Huts, Temples, Castles and Common Landscape at 6.30pm. The next day, Saturday, 1 April at 3pm, the Lab Talk Come Out and Play will take place at ANCB, during which the student exhibition will also be on display.
The exhibited projects aim at creating an Aedes environment for communicating through working together, displaying, and interacting. The works of eight groups of students celebrate our rituals to gather and communicate while considering new formats. The projects pay tribute to the nature of the place and to the special atmosphere of the building complex in Pfefferberg. They value the tradition of Aedes as an established platform that makes both young and thriving architects visible. Through sensitivity towards the context and the integration of the place and its history into the contemporary response given, an interplay between analysis and practice can be observed.
Founded in 2014, Berlin International is the youngest and only school of architecture and design in Berlin running entirely in English. The programmes thrive on critical reflection, close supervision, and practical learning. For this project, 5th semester students from the Bachelor programmes in Architecture, Graphic Design and Visual Communication as well as Interior Architecture/Interior Design worked in interdisciplinary teams. The projects were supervised by Prof. Karsten Huneck, Prof. Alexander Tibus, Felix Ewers, Heike Brandt and supported by Prof. Yüksel Pögün-Zander, PhD.In collaboration with: