WORKshop: Steffen Riegas and Hans-Peter Nünning
27-28. February 2016
27-28. February 2016
Students of AAD and AAP will get a one-on-one training in grasshopper and scripting (VB/.net) in order to advance the respective agendas of the specialisations. Steffen Riegas will also deliver a lecture on Friday 26 February, 2016.
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Hans-Peter Nünning is a registered architect with a professional degree in architecture (M.A. Arch.) from Münster School of Architecture, Germany. He has joined One Fine Day: office for architectural design as a partner in 2013 after several years of fruitful collaboration. In addition to his activities as a practicing architect Hans-Peter has been teaching at a number of universities in Germany. Currently he performs as research associate at the University of Wuppertal, Germany. Prior to his engagement with One Fine Day Hans-Peter worked as a designer with Zaha Hadid Architects, Hamburg, (from 2010 until 2012) as well as with UNStudio, Amsterdam from 2007 until 2010. In both offices he has worked on various international projects and award winning competitions covering all relevant scales from furniture design to urban scale-projects – including “Culenova – New City Centre”, Bratislava, “Tiflis multifunctional Complex”, Tiflis (ZHA), or the “Changing Room”-installation at Venice Biennale 2009, Chicago’s “Burnham Pavilion”, the “Dance Palace”, St. Petersburg, “Raffles City”, Hangzhou, “The International Investment Square”, Beijing or Wilde and Spieth’s “New Amsterdam Chair” (UNStudio).
Steffen Riegas graduated from the Muenster School of Architecture in 2007. He joined Herzog & de Meuron in 2010 as an architect and became Head Digital Technologies (DT) in September 2014 which supports project teams with the integration of digital tools in design and building processes. He was particularly involved in the realization of the Messe Basel New Hall and the Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux. Prior to his collaboration with Herzog & de Meuron, he gained experience working with UNStudio in Amsterdam and 3XN in Copenhagen. He continues to lecture at universities and conducts workshops on the application of digital design tools in the architectural practice.