Irène Elizabeth Vogel Chevroulet

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EPFL Teachers' Council
2017 - 2019
2019 - 2021
2022 - 2024

EPFL CDH SHS-GE
BP 4227 (Bâtiment BP)
Station 16
CH-1015 Lausanne

EPFL P-SG CCE
CH C2 397 (Bâtiment CH)
Station 6
CH-1015 Lausanne

Office:  PH D2 354
EPFL > P > P-SG > CCE

Web site:  Web site:  https://cce.epfl.ch/

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Fields of expertise

Architecture Theory and History 19th -21th c. 
 
Architecture and Garden Art in Japan 
 
Writings and drawings on Japanese Architecture and Garden Art since 1870 

Japanese Culture
 
European Cities History 
 
Japanese Culture and Art: 
Painting - Calligraphy - Ceramics 
 
Artistic practices: Piano - Ceramics

Publications

Selected publications

Research

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Humanities and Social Sciences Program

Architecture

Japanese Architecture and Culture

HES Fribourg School of Architecture
Connaissance 3 Université Lausanne

Courses

Sustainable Japanese Architecture and Landscape

This course focuses on the circulation of the imaginary between cultures. It shows how major Western architects, landscape designers, painters and sculptors have been inserting sustainable architectural and landscape Japanese devices and notions into their designs since the 19th century.

Contemporary Japan A

This introduction to Japan's culture gives keys of understanding to facilitate students' future professional stay in this archipelago. It explains specificities of Japanese identity embedded in tradition and innovation that may create and provide sustainability - society, economy, environment.

Contemporary Japan I

Introduction into the culture of Japan - its thought and way of life - designed to foster future study of the archipelago. We elucidate the specificities of a Japanese identity that is imbued with both tradition and openness to innovation, to create sustainability - society, economy, environment.

Contemporary Japan II

Introduction to the culture of Japan - its thought and way of life - designed to foster future study of the archipelago. It elucidates the specificities of a Japanese identity that is imbued with both tradition and openness to innovation, for creating sustainability - society, economy, environment.