EVENT by:EAAE.Published:April 15, 2021.

Daylight Talks

29.04.2021- Daylight Talk with Hemma Fasch 

Daylight approach and strategies in educational and cultural projects

Hemma Fasch is a founding partner of fasch&fuchs.architekten, and a visiting professor at TU Vienna. Together with Jakob Fuchs, they have founded their architectural practice in 1994, with offices in Vienna and Hausmannstätten. In 2011 the team was supplemented with Fred Hofbauer.

The works of fasch&fuchs are characterized by sophisticated constructions and a subtle use of daylight. The office has been awarded for multiple educational and cultural projects. In 2021 they were nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award/ European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture, for their project School Campus Neustift, in Tyrol, Austria.

School Campus Neustift was a winning project of the competition “A school of tomorrow”, by Tyrol municipality and council. In their reasoning, the jury stated: “fasch&fuchs succeeded in integrating the extensive spatial program into the landscape as a matter of course. Their idea of ​​laying a large part of the volume between a two-storey building along the street and the tower-like boarding school at the lower end of the property like a green carpet over the slope – was ingenious.”

The Daylight Talk with Hemma Fasch under the title “Daylight approach and strategies in educational and cultural projects” will take place on Thursday 29 April 2021, at 16:00 (CET) and it will be transmitted live from fasch&fuchs.architekten studio. Find out more about fasch&fuchs.architekten

The planned duration is 45 minutes, followed by an open 30 minutes of Q&A session. Participation at the event is free, with required registration via this link

The Daylight Talk with Hemma Fash is hosted by TU Graz and dean of the Faculty of Architecture Petra Petersson, together with associate Professor Armin Stocker.

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Daylight Talks

2021-04-29  |  Daylight Talk with Hemma Fasch


April 29, 2021


live from fasch&fuchs.architekten studio

Technische Universität Graz