Adega Baía da Arruda, Archijeunes, Andreas Bechtiger, Art as Foundation, Barão-Hutter.Atelier, Beni Bischof, Beni Haslimeier, Bianca Anna Boeckle Architektur, Bollhalder Eberle Architektur, Bureau Collective, Bureau Dan Budik, CO–G Architects, Chiosco Siciliano, Christian Hersche, Christian Kerez, Daniela Keiser Kairo, Daniel Ammann, Daniel Stiefel, DIA, Dominik Hutter Architects, 印, D-ARCH Final Reviews Platform, Forrer Stieger, Furlan Beeli et al. Architects, Glory Hazel, Heimspiel 2012, H.R. Fricker, idA Architects, Institut für Entwurf und Architektur, Jungle Books, Kaleidoscope, Karamuk Kuo Architects, Kasper-Florio, Klotzholz, Kummer + Partner, Kunsthof – Digital Archive, Ladina Bischof, Labics Architects, Lukas Schneeberger, Neutral Zurich, Marc Völkle, Mara Züst, Phytopharma, Rencontres Théâtrales de Bulle, Republic of Common Ground, Richter Tobler, Schaub Zwicky Architekten, Studio David Klemmer, Studio Meili Vogt Conzett, Seiler & Seiler, TaDA Residency, Tobias Siebrecht, Twiss Therapie, University of St.Gallen, von Ballmoos Partner Architects, Werkschau Thurgau, Zwoelf Zwei, Steindruckerei Wolfensberger
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Urbanity and the residential sphere form an existential part of everyday life in western societies. The public sector of the city as a complex, socio-economic structure shapes the present on the one, the private sphere of housing as one of the most fundamental individual needs on the other hand. Linking the two areas—by proceeding on the premise that cities and the residential sphere interact with one another in a significant respect—provides a wide range of hands-on and theory-based fields of development. The interplay constitutes the underlying foundation of the professorship “Stadt und Wohnen” at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) headed by Prof. Christian Inderbitzin. The commissioned work was realized in collaboration with Michel Egger.