The Interaction Design Lab (IDL) sees itself as a contact point for interaction design experts from industry and science, both nationally and internationally. As an interface between education, research and development, it facilitates a transfer of technology, design and knowledge and offers space for multidisciplinary projects. The Interaction Design Lab bundles research interests and competences…
The 3D Lab provides students with modern technical possibilities for building models in architecture and urban planning. Models, model parts and jigs for model building can be produced directly from digital data.
The analytical laboratory enables material and damage analyses using various methods. The focus is on the objects worked on in the Conservation and Restoration degree programme, including building materials. Interdisciplinary use and commissioned work are possible by arrangement.
In the archive workshop of the Information Sciences Department, students learn how to properly handle and preserve analogue archival materials. Among other things, they receive sound knowledge about the different types of archival materials and their possible damage.
The bookbinding workshop of the design department offers all possibilities for professional work with the materials paper, cardboard, paperboard and fabric. Books, brochures, booklets, folders, cassettes, boxes and packaging of all kinds can be produced and finished.
In the computer labs of the CITY | BUILDING | CULTURE department, a total of 34 iMAC workstations with the latest software are available to students.
The labs can be used around the clock. They are used for courses (for course list see notice in LW/room 140). In addition, university members can borrow portable computers and beamers by arrangement.
As an independent and neutral institution, the Construction Laboratory for Structural Engineering seeks cooperation with all those involved in structural engineering. The aim is to promote new developments and to investigate new structures or structures that can only be computed imperfectly with the help of experimental methods under realistic stresses in the laboratory and on site. This applies…
The rooms of the design studio are the haven of a liberation of the mind and the trial-oriented learning of techniques and materials. They are primarily intended for creative and practice-oriented seminars and are run jointly by the restoration and architecture departments.
The digitisation lab of the information sciences department offers students, teachers and staff the necessary infrastructure to build up practical skills in the fields of retrospective digitisation and digital archiving.