Paola Viganò

EPFL ENAC IA LAB-U
BP 4136 (Bâtiment BP)
Station 16
CH-1015 Lausanne

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EPFL VPRHO DSPS COSEC-ENAC
BP 4136 (Bâtiment BP)
Station 16
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Architecture

PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Architecture and Sciences of the City

Courses

Urban and territorial analysis

The course aims to provide students with the tools necessary to read and understand the contemporary city and territory.

Studio BA5 (Viganò)

The Atelier explores the possibility of designing the urban and territorial space as a renewable resource; it plunges the students into an intense confrontation among themes, scales, actors, theoretical and design positions. Important synergies are envisaged between research and didactic moments.

Studio BA6 (Viganò)

The Atelier explores the possibility of designing the urban and territorial space as a renewable resource; it plunges the students into an intense confrontation among themes, scales, actors, theoretical and design positions. Important synergies are envisaged between research and didactic moments.

Studio MA1 (Vigano)

The Atelier explores the possibility of designing the urban and territorial space as a renewable resource; it plunges the students into an intense confrontation among themes, scales, actors, theoretical and design positions. Important synergies are envisaged between research and didactic moments.

Studio MA2 (Vigano)

The Atelier explores the possibility of designing the urban and territorial space as a renewable resource; it plunges the students into an intense confrontation among themes, scales, actors, theoretical and design positions. Important synergies are envisaged between research and didactic moments.

Designing cities in a changing world

This course develops, within the urban domain, a critical review of challenges/opportunities of the One Health concept, based on the inexorable link between human, animal, and ecosystem health.

Transects through alpine water landscapes

Through field expeditions, keynote lecture, discussion, workshops, and exchanges with experts, participants will contribute to the production of a synthetic "transect" across a continuous water landscape, from the Aletsch glacier to the Rhone valley floor, revealing larger territorial logics.

Hidden rivers

(Coursebook not yet approved by the section)

Making the campus of tomorrow

(Coursebook not yet approved by the section)