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Research project, ECAL 2007

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Teacher(s): Patrick Keller, Christophe Guignard


Mobility, interaction city & crossovers

As contemporary space is from now on closely connected to new communication and information technologies, this research project, in collaboration with EPFL, dealth with questions related to space and interaction.

Setting up collaborations between designers, architects and scientists, the project also aimed at anticipating future teamwork scenarios.
Within the framework of this general theme, a series of workshops made it possible to produce original artifacts based on new technologies or to generate specific questions resulting from the working situations of the various partners.

Link


http://sketchblog.ecal.ch/variable_environment


Main applicant

Ecole cantonale d’art de Lausanne (ECAL)
Pierre Keller (chef de projet)
Patrick Keller (Responsable de projet, direction créative, coordination)
Christophe Guignard (Responsable de projet)

Partners

EPFL, Institut de traitement des signaux > Prof. Touradj Ebrahimi
EPFL, Institut de systèmes de communication > Prof. Alcherio Martinoli

EPFL, Faculté ENAC - Section d'architecture > Philippe Rahm Architectes

Dataclimates / Royal College of Art > Ben Hooker

Loop.pH / Central Saint Martins > Rachel Wingfield

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Photography


ECAL / Milo Keller

Period


From Mai 2005 to July 2007

Funded by the HES-SO (University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland)

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