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Imprint Trier 2014, Germany Publisher: Trier University of Applied Sciences Department of Design Irminenfreihof 8, 54290 Trier Responsible according to the German press law: Dean Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Sieveke Concept: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Sieveke, Selâle Franger, M.A. Design: Selâle Franger, M.A. Author: Prof. Franz Kluge, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Sieveke, Prof. Anna Bulanda-Pantalacci Translation English: Anna Knobloch Coverimage: Photo by Marc Fliegle Project „Switch the LampiON“, Prof. Martin Schroth (Interior Architecture) Image rights: Stadt Trier, Tourist Information: page 04-07 Maxi Virgili: page 68-74, 100, 114-115, 117,119, 123 Sylvie Felgueiras: page 83 Marie Seynave: page 76-77 Images of the Trier University of Applied Sciences, Department of Design Marc Fliegle and Bernhard Lutz for the Department of Design All rights reserved. Reproduction is only permitted with the approval of Trier University of Applied Sciences, Department of Design


HOCHSCHULE TRIER FACHBEREICH GESTALTUNG

University of Applied Sciences Trier • TRÈVES • 特里爾 DESIGN DEPARTMENT


Trier 02-09

特里爾 Heart of Europe 02-03 歐洲的心臟 Karl Marx 06-07

卡爾·馬克思

UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES 10-21

特里爾大學 Design Department 22-75

設計系 Architecture 28-35

建築

Communication Design 36-43

通信設計

Gemstone and Jewellery Design 44-51

寶石與珠寶設計

Interior Architecture 52-59

室內設計

Intermedia Design 60-67

跨媒體設計

Fashion Design 68-75

時裝設計

Networking between borders 76-127

不同領域之間的聯結 Cross-Border Network of History and Arts 76-77

不同領域之間的聯結

Cross Border in the Design Context 80-85

設計方面跨領域寶石與珠寶創造與創新

Creation and Innovation 86-99

室內設計

Events and Experiances 100-109

活動和經驗時裝設計

International Cooperation Agreements 110-113

高等教育設計學院的國際合作夥伴

Team of the Design Department 124-127

設計專業所有供職人員名單


特里爾市 •

TRIER CITY

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Heart OF EUROPE Trier is the oldest city in Germany with its 2000 year old

the 18th to the 19th century. After a short period of being

history. It is at the same time a young future-centred city,

part of the French territory, Trier became Prussian in 1815

which is well-positioned in the “heart of Europe”. “Augus-

and later German after the establishment of the Federal

ta Treverorum”, which is called Trier today, was built in 16

Republic of Germany.

BC by the Romans under Emperor Augustus near a Celtic

Today Trier, with its 105.000 inhabitants, is a university

shrine of the “Treverer” at the Mosel river. In 293 AD Em-

town with more than 20.000 students. Thanks to the densi-

porer Diokletian selected Trier, which was by then called

ty and the quality of the fabric of the well-preserved mon-

“Treviris”, as his new imperial residence and as the new

uments in Trier, such as the Roman Bridge, the remains

capital of the Western Roman Empire.

of the Roman walls, the town gate “Porta Nigra”, several

After having been conquered by the Franks in the 5th

different baths, the Amphitheatre and storage buildings,

century BC, Trier became part of East-Francia in the Caro-

- Trier provides an exceptional testimonial of the Roman

lingian partitions in 870 AD. In the 12th century the arch-

era, which lasted for 400 years. These Roman buildings

bishops of Trier were also called electors. They made Trier

and the monuments that were build from their ruins and

the capital of their electoral state, which went from times

thereby rose from their ashes, were added to the UNESCO-

of high florescence to rapid downfall up until the turn of

World Heritage in 1986.


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KARL MARX

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Karl Marx 5 May 1818 – 14 March 1883 Karl Marx was a German philosopher, economist, soci-

After his studies, he wrote for a radical newspaper in

ologist, historian, journalist, and revolutionary socialist.

Cologne, and began to work out his theory of dialectical

Marx's work in economics laid the basis for the current

materialism. He moved to Paris in 1843, where he began

understanding of labour and its relation to capital, and

writing for other radical newspapers and met Friedrich

has influenced much of subsequent economic thought.

Engels, who would become his lifelong friend and col-

He published numerous books during his lifetime, the

laborator. In 1849, he was exiled and moved to London

most notable being The Communist Manifesto (1848) and

together with his wife and children, where he continued

Das Kapital (1867–1894). Born into a wealthy middle-class

writing and formulating his theories about social and

family in Trier in the Prussian Rhineland, Marx studied at

economic activity. He also campaigned for socialism and

the University of Bonn and the University of Berlin, where

became a significant figure in the International Working-

he became interested in the philosophical ideas of the

men's Association.

Young Hegelians.


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羅馬橋 •

ROMAN BRIDGE

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The Roman Bridge (German: Römerbrücke) is an ancient structure in Trier, Germany, over the Mosel. It is the oldest standing bridge in the country. The nine bridge pillars date from the 2nd century AD. The upper part was renewed twice, in the early 12th and in the early 18th century, after suffering destruction in war. It is designated as part of the Roman Monuments, Cathedral of St. Peter and Church of Our Lady in Trier UNESCO World Heritage Site.


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VERSITY

UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES TRIER

MULTISIDED UNI

Currently more than 8000 students are enrolled at our

credited Bachelor´s and Master´s degrees. Idar-Oberstein,

three campuses in Trier, Birkenfeld and Idar-Oberstein.

the city of gemstones, is well known beyond Germany’s

Thanks to our international location in the region of south-

borders and has an old tradition in cutting gemstones

western Germany where three countries meet, conditions

and manufacturing jewelry. Our Gemstone and Jewellery

here are ideal for preparing students for careers not just

Design degree courses are one-of-a-kind in Germany and

in Germany, but also in Luxemburg, France or Belgium.

internationally distinguished.

Regarding this international employment market on our

The Environmental Campus Birkenfeld has been guided

doorstep, we offer a wide range of courses of study in Tech-

by an environment-oriented framework and is a frontrun-

nology, Business, Law, Design and Computer Science.

ner in teaching and researching in fields like sustainabil-

Studying at Trier University of Applied Sciences means

ity and renewable energy. Our modern-equipped campus

an education with a strong practical focus combined with

follows the concept of a residential campus and provides

a solid theoretical foundation, and includes supervised

comfortable, on-campus student accommodation. At the

projects, a practical semester or a study semester abroad.

Campus, environmental protection and sustainable devel-

Through our excellent business contacts we can offer our

opment are not only taught in theory, but also implemented

students plenty of opportunities for applied research and

in practice. All basic energy needs are met through renew-

works, thus ensuring our courses remain up-to-date and

able energy sources. Due to the extensive use of sustain-

meet the demands of potential employers.

able technologies, the Environmental Campus Birkenfeld

Cooperation agreements with many universities and

is the first Zero-Emission Campus in Germany. Approaches

third-level institutions worldwide, double degrees and

to sustainability and ecological awareness link all courses

semester exchange programs at all levels complete our in-

of study and thus ensure that today’s 2600 students live

ternational profile. We are offering the internationally ac-

and learn in a unique environment.


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„An INNOVATION, TO GROW ORGANICALLY FROM WITHIN, HAS TO BE BASED ON AN INTACT TRADITION...“ Yo-Yo Ma, Cellist


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DESIGN DEPARTMENT

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DESIGN DEPARTMENT The roots of the university can be found at “Paulusplatz” or at the “Irminenfreihof”, where nowadays you can find the design department with its 1000 students and where in the 19th century the “School for Arts and Craft“ and the “School for Construction Trade” were already located. At the campus for design six disciplines of design are offered: architecture, interior architecture, fashion design, intermedia design, communcation design in Trier and Trier-Schneidershof as well as gemstone and jewellery design in Idar-Oberstein. These disciplines compliment and enrich each other through a lively interdisciplinary exchange. Apart from the acquisition of specific professional knowledge students are further given the opportunity to get to know other areas in the field of design. The educational contents of all fields of study are characterized particularly by the open and transparent structures found in our department. At the design department one can study to become a Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts.


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ARCHITECTURE

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www.hochschule-trier/go/architektur

ARCHITECTURE Architects are just as obliged to the social assignment

construction but first and foremost it is supposed to excite

of construction culture, as they are to the advancement of

the students’ curiosity and make them consistently ques-

architectural design under the application of the latest sci-

tion their work, reject it and start over. The architecture

entific findings, technical developments and, not least, of

program in Trier is part of the network and the infrastruc-

shape- and space-giving factors. In addition, architecture

ture of all of the disciplines that the university has to offer.

has an influence on the quality of our surroundings, on

Interdisciplinary elements from a variety of different artis-

the one hand in the context of the city, on the other hand

tic and other degrees complement the basic architecture

concerning individual monuments or even details on parts

degree and its methodology. This is why the department

of buildings. Factors like context, proportion, dimension,

for architecture has added new contents as an addition to

material, colour and lights etc., influence our individual

acknowledged subjects on the basis of the European archi-

perception. Cultural, psychological and social aspects of

tect’s qualification “Architect’s council of Europe”.

“human living environments” have to be considered in the work of an architect.

The studies of architecture at the Trier University of Applied Sciences (Bachelor’s as well as Master’s degree)

The studies for a Bachelor’s degree (6 semesters) are

focuses on a frequent exchange between teachers and stu-

supposed to guarantee that the students acquire basic

dents. Teachers are open to equal discussions and encour-

methodological knowledge in the fields of planning and

age discourse with their students and don’t see themselves


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respecting tradition.” Renzo Piano: Logbook - 1997

as higher in hierarchy. A team of professors and stu-

sors are invited from other universities to propose smaller

dents from the fields of architecture, art, technology and

workshops or are invited in the function of a critic. In every

science, tries to free the creative and analytical potential

department certain gifted students, as well as tutors and

of each student and to lead them to new insights in design

the administration of the departments are there to assist

and planning. The positive work environment that favors

with the organization of everyday teaching and laboratory

open discussion can also be found in the university’s stu-

operations and can be contacted whenever students need

dios. Here, there is enough room for discussion, exchange

help. As part of the degree students have the opportunity

of individual works or just as a meeting point. The positive

to participate in excursions and thereby get to know na-

atmosphere at work favors communication and “research-

tional and international architectural characteristics.

based learning”.

An open, positive and future-oriented teaching staff that

In the four semesters of the Master’s degree for architec-

is willing to promote individual talents, as well as a very

ture, the creative talent of the students is advanced accord-

good atmosphere in the student body make the architect’s

ing to every individual’s needs. In the course of the stud-

degree in Trier what it is today.

ies complex objects and works of architecture are worked on as examples for the relationship between design and construction in the context of different projects. Profes-


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COMMUNication design

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www.kommunikationsdesign-trier.de

COMMUNICATION DESIGN Eight professors as well as additional teachers, lecturers and other staff members offer a multifaceted study

classification of drafts and in the effective transfer of communication contents.

program for about 200 students of communcation design.

Students of the study program will solve design related

In the degree program communication design at the Trier

tasks in the fields of social information transfer through

University of Applied Sciences the artistic, conceptional

text, images and sound. The study of communication de-

and compositional creativity is inseparably linked to form-

sign forms the basis for employment in a wide occupation-

ative, mechanical and technical competence. The goal of

al field, such as in advertising agencies, design studios,

the study of communcation design is to prepare the stu-

industrial enterprises, publishing companies, TV/broad-

dents for future professional employment in the field of

casting companies and in freelance work. This describes a

visual communcation. It raises the students’ awareness

scope of duties which is just as broad as it is diverse and in

for visual concerns, trains them within the technical and

which students can acquire a wide variety of competences

design possibilities of the subject, mediates skills in the

and skills as part of their bachelor and master’s programs.


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www.hochschule-trier.de/go/esd

Gemstone And JewellerY Design Students of Fine Arts in Gemstones and Jewellery em-

Thinking-Jewellery, the Artists-in-Residence-Programme

bark on the search for their place and role as jewellery

and the continuous organization of exhibitions in the Villa

makers in today’s society. Particular the location in Idar-

Bengel, which underlie the same set of values and beliefs.

Oberstein, a global trading centre for gemstones, gives spe-

The importance of creating a public platform is crucial

cial meaning to the debate over gemstones as a material.

to this work. On the one hand the university can provide

Moreover, an experimental approach to other materials

everyday practical experience (publications), on the other

is expressly encouraged, as the BFA and MFA study pro-

hand it can be shown that the university not only has a

grammes have the development of students’ own artistic

teaching mission but also a cultural mission to answer to.

expression as their primary objective.

This means: Cultural I/O – impulses travel from the univer-

Jewellery at the centre of attention in Idar-Oberstein –

sity to the city, on to the whole region and expand beyond

creativity as a cultural mission. Idar-Oberstein has estab-

frontiers before coming back to the university. In addition,

lished several international annual initiatives, such as

both initiatives are very keen on the fact that the stress on a


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sign from the days of the „Arts and Crafts School“. This

is established firmly next to the liberty of research and

improves the capacity of creativity. The arts have always

teaching. Artistic freedom and the possibility of self-real-

been an inspiration for innovation. This is especially true

ization are hereby linked to each other closely at the uni-

for places such as Idar-Oberstein, where the economy has

versity. In a space, in which no scientific truth or technical

to create an image of itself as an aesthetic one. The sympo-

function are significant, artists let themselves be guided

sium which has taken place annually for many years now,

by personal choices. This link between freedom and pos-

has gone through a process that has contributed to the im-

sibility is essential.

portance of the cooperation with the arts in the question of

Keeping this in mind, the faculty of precious stones and jewellery sets an example with its orientation of free arts. On the one hand it brings back long forgotten concepts, in bringing back the former duality between art and de-

precious stones in Idar-Oberstein.


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INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE

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www.ina-trier.de

INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE The degree program Interior Architecture educates specialists for the design and construction of interior spaces

tion and stage architecture. Furniture construction can be elected as a specialized subject.

within the architectural context. The sound shape of our

Main areas of research: design, interior design and fur-

immediate environment requires exceptional design com-

niture design under functional and constructive aspects,

petences under consideration of functional, ecological,

form finding through digital methods, visualization, con-

economic and social framework conditions. In the course

struction of models and prototypes

of their studies students learn to develop spatial concepts

Occupational fields: offices for interior design and archi-

on the modification and extension of existing architecture,

tecture, design studios, furniture manufacturers, theater

on the design of ephemeral buildings as well as on exhibi-

and television (stage setting)


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INTERMEDIA DESIGN

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www.intermediales-design.de

INTERMEDIA DESIGN The Intermedia Design Program offers students the pos-

media, spatial media design: smart & interactive environ-

sibility to acquire state of the art skills for designing web

ments, narrative formats: audio & video, theory & practice

and mobile applications, digital games, advanced human-

of intermedia and cross media communication

computer interfaces, new applications for video and 3D

professional field: Media and advertising agencies, innova-

design and for coupling virtual and real spaces.

tive design firms, business enterprises and industries, cul-

study focus: Games & 3D, hypermedia: interactive & mobile

tural and educational institutions


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FASHION DESIGN

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www.modedesign-trier.de

FASHION DESIGN The faculty of fashion design has the longest standing

demic drawing, chromatics, fashion illustration, techni-

tradition among the German fashion academies. Fashion

cal drawing, design and art history, cultural history, CAD,

design is beeing educated in Trier since 1922. Our program

draping, designing women´s and men´s outer garments,

fulfills all requirements of the German and international

knitting, 3-D technics, basics in sewing technology and

fashion industry. The necessity of constant updating on

production

new technology as well as changing social factors requires

professional field: product managers, chief designers,

an increased perceptive talent, flexibility and the capabil-

designers and design assistants in the sales or merchan-

ity of making decisions. The qualification is aimed espe-

dising sector, costume designers for films and theatres,

cially at the feeling for colour and material, the demand for

fashion consultants, fashion journalists, designers for ad-

proportion and appearance. The structure of fashion de-

vertising agencies, stylists, as lecturing tutors or professors

sign course makes it possible to apply a systematic depth

at German universities or as independent contractors with

for the required know-how and ability.

own labels

study focus: Design basics, pattern construction, aca-


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NETWORKING between

Since 2007 the university network “Cross-Border Net-

eral public exhibitions were created.

work of History and Arts” has established a working and

In spite of language and culture barriers the programme

lasting cooperation between European and non-European

achieves intensive exchanges between its participants

universities in the fields of art, design, architecture and

every year. The students personally experience similarities

science. The network is not only open to students and

and differences and get to know “foreign” ways of thinking

professors from all over the world but also for other social

and working methods. They learn to accept these, as well

groups (pupils, craftsmen, artists, cultural institutions),

as to try them and to put them into practice. The interna-

who show a willingness to work together on a project in

tional participants acquire intercultural competences and

one selected European destination. The unusual “Wander-

do their part in improving the understanding between the

hochschule” is able to release creativity and innovation that scientific processes as well as creative processes can profit from. This can be achieved through the promotion of

a working and lasting cooperation

inter-, trans- and multidisciplinary approaches in a wide

between European and non-European

range of disciplines. Anna Bulanda-Pantalacci, professor

universities in the fields of art, de-

of design and cultural ambassador of the city of Trier, is the one who initiated the network and is in charge of or-

sign, architecture and science

ganizing the programme. Between 2007 and 2013, 600 students from 12 different countries and from 16 different uni-

nations far beyond European frontiers.

versities, as well as 60 pupils and 120 university teachers,

International lecturers and several teams of artists are in

artists, actors and people from different social groups have

charge of taking care of the participants in eight different

participated in seven projects. Seven publications and sev-

interdisciplinary art and history workshops. The students


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CROSS BORDER NETWORK from Germany, Poland, France, Belgium, Ireland, the

end of the programme, which was based on practical

USA, Slovakia, Canada, Georgia, Italy and Luxembourg

work. In a short period of time an integral creative process

come from various disciplines such as architecture, land-

was carried out, from the conception to the production to

scape architecture, product design, multimedia, perfor-

the presentation and documentation.

mance, visual art, sound, photography, sociology, history and political science.

The promotion of inter-, trans- and multidisciplinary

Throughout the programme we followed a certain di-

concepts is at the centre of the project and also represents

dactical and methodical concept. The students were able

one major goal. The spaceArt workshop for instance, is a

to openly discuss their ideas in groups and present their

place where future architects, landscape architects, sculp-

points of view. They were thereby able to develop possi-

tors, painters and designers work together, whose daily

ble approaches to the solution, regardless of their techni-

work is done separately. The mentoring lecturers of each

cal skills and their former cross-medial experiences. The

workshop, together build an interdisciplinary team. The

discourse in a group, which was allowed critical questions

interdisciplinary approach provides ideas that bring the

and advice, had a great influence on the artistic develop-

students to deal with “foreign” disciplines and to use them

ment of ideas. The realization happened without crucial

productively for their own work.

knowledge about the results with experimental approaches. The works of art were thereby created through “learn-

More informations about Cross Border Network of History

ing by doing”. The selection of materials was limited and

and Arts: www.cross-border-network.eu

required a high level of flexibility of the students as well as an eagerness for innovation. The work in the workshops was intensified by the realization of the exhibition at the

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„We need diversity of thought in the world to face the new challenges.“ Tim-Berners Lee, Computer Scientist


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CROSS Border in the Design Context The greater region is a border area and Trier is a city in

middle of Europe, is fully committed creatively in the field

this border area. In this very special, European setting an

of cross-border relations. One can derive the identity of

unbelievably vast potential for creativity is hidden. The

this place from the intersecting fields of culture, creativity

crossing of frontiers and the overcoming of barriers are

and economy from a culture which puts stress on the ex-

essential to develop creativity. The “Step Across the Bor-

amination of the features of life near the border. The Cross-

der” concerning language- and thought patterns, different

Border Network of History and Arts, which was initiated by

kinds of communication, lifestyles, the line between im-

Prof. Anna Bulanda-Pantalacci of the Design faculty seven

agination and reality creates possibilities for young people

years ago, is therefore exemplary and has become an inter-

to become innovative in various new surroundings. The

national ambassador, not only for the design campus, but

design campus, which is set geographically right in the

also for Trier as a whole.


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Creation AND Innovation The creation of something new is only creative if one succeeds in successfully putting something on the market. Recent new methods of innovation, for example the concept of Design Thinking, which are used on the design campus, are adjusted to the changing demands of the media- and web companies. The ongoing digitalisation and medialisation of product development and the close links between the competitions in the fields of media, communication and products create new challenges. In this context, Design takes on the task to work for the realization of ideas, following their self-image. This concerns especially working arrangements of supply and demand, in order to make innovations out of inventions. In this context the systematic inclusion of User Experience, as well as User Experience Design gains more and more importance.


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EVENTS AND EXPERIANCES Events and experiences are intensive moments that one

campus. Legendary celebrations, theatre performances

witnesses, that touch someone emotionally and that there-

and movie nights, as well as opulent fashion shows, per-

fore become, again and again, the origin of reflections. The

formances and interventions in public space, expositions

Design campus has a long tradition of creative productions

in museums and galleries can be named as exemplary. The

that include events that can be experienced in an aesthe-

atmosphere that is here being created, in addition to emo-

tic and sensual way, which is to say the temporal develop-

tions and affects, together become a collective experience.

ment of scenografical/theatrical medial spaces, that goes

We think that it is our task to guarantee the continuation

back to the time of the “School for Arts and Crafts”. Again

of this collective creative dialogue about creativity, crea-

and again, the faculty Design opens its doors for a variety

tion and innovation. This can be achieved by continuing

of events and expositions, in order to permit insights into

to organize special events that reflect the self-image of our

the students’ work and to stress the creative potential on

faculty, which wants to cross borders.

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國際合作 INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS

INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AGREEMENTS OF AUSTRALIA

CHINA

Canberra Australian National University www.anu.edu.au

Beijing Beijing Institute of Clothing Technology www.bift.edu.cn

Melbourne RMIT University www.rmit.edu.au

Hong Kong Hong Kong Baptist University www.hkbu.edu.hk

AUSTRIA

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Linz Hochschule für künstlerische und industrielle Gestaltung Linz www.ufg.ac.at

Zheijang Zheijang University of Science and Technology www.zust.edu.cn/english

Czech Republic

BeLGIUM

Prag, Tschechische Republik Ceské Vysoe Uceni Techncké v Praza www.fa.cvut.cz

Brüssel École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Visuels de la Cambre www.lacambre.be

DENMARK

Liège Academie Royale des Beaux Arts de Liège www.academieroyaledesbeauxartsliege.be

Kopenhagen, Dänemark Københavns Tekniske Skole www.kts.dk

Antwerpen Karel de Grote-Hogeschool www.kdg.be

ESTONIA

BRASIL Goiana Technische Hoschule des Bundes in Goiás www.cefetgo.br

BULGARIA Sofia National Academy of Art www.nha-bg.org

Parnü Tartu Ülikool www.ut.ee Tallinn Estonian Academy of Arts Department of Cultural Heritage and Conservation www.artun.ee

FINLAND Lahti Lahti University of Applied Sciences www.lamk.fi

CHILE

Turku Turku Institute of Technology www.turkuamk.fi

Vina del Mar Universidad Viña del Mar www.uvimar.cl

Saimaa Saimaa University of Applied Sciences www.saimia.fi

Santiago de Chile Universidad Mayor www.umayor.cl

Helsinki, Finnland University of Art and Design www.taik.fi


FRANCE

GREECE

Épinal École Supérieure d‘Art d‘Epinal www.esae.fr

Athen T.E.I. Athinon www.teiath.gr

Metz École Supérior d‘Art de Metz Métropole esam.metzmetropole.fr

Athen Nationale Technische Universität Athen www.ntua.gr/index_en.html

Paris École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle www.ensci.com Paris

INDIA

Dijon ENSA Dijon Art & Design École Nationale Supérieure d‘Art www.ensa-dijon.fr

GEORGIA Tblisi Tbilisi State Academy of Arts www.art.edu.ge

GREAT BRITAIN London Middlesex University www.mdx.ac.uk London University of the Arts London (LCF) (London College of Fashion) www.linst.ac.uk Sheffield Sheffield Hallam University www.shu.ac.uk/international   Birmingham University of Central England in Birmingham www.uce.ac.uk

Bangalore Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology srishti.ac.in

ISLAND Reykjavík The Icelandic College of Art and Crafts english.lhi.is

IRLAND Dublin National College of Art and Design www.ncad.ie   Dublin University College Dublin     www.ucd.ie

ISRAEL Hof Ashkelon Sapir College www.sapir.ac.il Tel Aviv Shenkar College of Engineering&Design www.shenkar.ac.il/english/ Holon Holon institute of technology www.hit.ac.il/web/eng/default.asp

ITALY

Birmingham Birmingham City University www.bcu.ac.uk

Mailand Istituto Europeo di Design www.ied.it

Maidstone University of the Creative Arts www.ucreative.ac.uk

Mailand Accademia di belle arti di brera www.accademiadibrera.milano.it

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École Professionnelle Supérieure d‘Arts et d‘Architecture de la Ville de Paris www.epsaa.fr

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INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AGREEMENTS OF ITALY

POLAND

Firenze Alchimia, Scuola di Gioielleria contemporanea e design Firenze www.alchimia.it/italiano/school.htm

Krakòw Akademia Sztuk Pięknych im. Jana Matejki w Krakowie www.asp.krakow.pl

KAZAKHSTAN Almaty Technologische Universität Almaty atu.kz

Warsaw Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Warszawie www.asp.waw.pl

JORDAN

Gdansk Akademia Sztuk Pieknychw   www.gda.pl  

Amman German Jordanian University www.gju.edu.jo

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Krakòw Cracow University of Technology www.pk.edu.pl

Lissabon Instituto de Artes Visuais Design e Marketing www.iade.pt

Mexico City Universidad del Valle de Mexiko www.uvmnet.edu

Lissabon Universidade Católica Portuguesa. Centro Regional das Beiras www.crb.ucp.pt

NETHERLAND

Senhora da Hora Escola Superior de Arte e Design www.esad.pt

Rotterdam Willem de Kooning Academy, Hogeschool Rotterdam www.hro.nl Maastricht ABK Maastricht www.abkmaastricht.nl

NORWAY Oslo KUNSTHØGSKOLEN I OSLO www.khio.no/norsk Bergen National Academy of Fine Arts Bergen www.khib.no

RUSSIA Sankt Petersburg The Saint Petersburg State Academy of Art and Design ghpa.ru

SLOVAKIA Bratislava VYSOKÁ SKOLA VYTVARNYCH UMENI V BRATISLAVE www.vsvu.sk

SOUTHAFRICA Pretoria Tshwane University of Technology www.tut.ac.za


Valencia Universidad Politécnica deValencia www.upv.es  

TAIWAN Taipei National Taipei University of Technology www-en.ntut.edu.tw

Valencia Escuela de Arte y Superior de Diseno de Valencia www.easdvalencia.com

TURKEY

Madrid Universidad Europea de Madrid   www.uem.es  

Antalya Akdeniz Universites www.akdeniz.edu.tr

Madrid Universidad Politécninca de Madrid www.upm.es

Istanbul Istanbul Teknik Üniversitesi www.itu.edu.tr

Barcelona Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona www.escolamassana.es

USA

Zamora Escuela de arte superior de diseno de Zamora www.easdzamora.es

Arlington, TX University of Texas Arlington www.uta.edu

SWEDEN

Clemson, SC Clemson University http://www.clemson.edu  

Göteborg School of Design and Crafts www.hdk.gu.se/en Stockholm University College of Arts, Crafts and Design www.konstfack.se

SWitzerland Brugg FHNW Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz www.fhnw.ch Luzern Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst, HGK www.hgk.fhz.ch Zürich Hoschule für Gestaltung und Kunst Zürich (HGKZ)  www.zhdk.ch Genf Geneva University of Art and Design head.hesge.ch

Lawrence The University of Kansas www.ku.edu/~osa Manhattan Kansas State University www.ksu.edu  

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TEAM OF THE DESIGN DEPARTMENT Dean of the Design Department Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Sieveke Vice Dean of the Design Department Prof. Henriette Sauvant Vice Dean of the Design Department Prof. Dirk Wolfes

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Cultural representative of the University Prof. Anna Bulanda-Pantalacci

Achim Andres Head of Priniting Studio, Software Training, Mac administration Communication Design / Intermedia Design

Prof. Kurt Dorn Professor for Planning and Construction Management, Construction Law Architecture

Prof. Babak Mossa Asbagholmodjahedin Professor for Drawing, Characterdesign and Concept Art Communication Design

Prof. Stefan Dornbusch Professor for Drawing and Design Basics Interior Architecture

Thomas Caspar Valentin Bauer, B.A. Research Assistant for Innovation Design Department

Prof. Dr. Hartmut Eckhardt Professor for Designing and Building Design Architecture

Prof. Dr. Wieland Becker Professor for the teaching and research field of wood Architecture

Prof. Ute Eitzenhöfer Professor for Gemstone Design Gemstone and Jewellery Design

Prof. Barbara Best Professor for Collection Arrangement and Design Conception and Realisation, Fashion Drawing Fashion Design

Marlies Emmerich, Dipl.-Des. Fashion Drawing, Spatial Design/CAD Subject orientated Drawing Fashion Design

Prof. Dr. Linda Breitlauch Professor for Games and 3D Intermedia Design

Șelâle Franger, Dipl.-Des. / M.A. Research Assistant PR, Marketing, Events and Communication Design Deanery Design Department / Communication Design

Prof. Anna Bulanda-Pantalacci Professor for Drawing, Experimental Design Communication Design Prof. Anita Burgard Professor for Product Design and Packaging Communication Design Antonio Ciutto, Dipl.-Des. Lecturer for Surface Design and Applied Drawing Fashion Design

Prof. Daniel Gilgen Professor for Media Spaces Medial room & Environmental Design Intermedia Design Prof. Marion Goerdt Professor for Urban Development Architecture Matthias Guntrum, B.A. Research Assistant Intermedia Design Intermedia Design


Oranna Kammann Librarian Gemstone and Jewellery Design

Marcus Haberkorn, M.A. Academic Council for Hypermedia Interactive and networked systems Intermedia Design

Jutta Kallfelz, Dipl.-Des. Research Assistant Gemstone and Jewellery Design Gemstone and Jewellery Design

Reinhard Hanke Head of Secretariat, Organization and Academic Advising Deanery Design Department Intermedia Design / Communication Design Claudia Hannig-Romann Teacher for professional practice Fashion Design Sonja Heinen, Dipl.-Ing. Research Assistant Architecture Architecture Gabriele Heinzelmann, Dipl.-Des. Research Assistant for Organization, Study Counseling Intermedia Design Prof. Andreas Hogan Professor for Typography Communication Design Heinz Hub Head of IT labs Gemstone and Jewellery Design Winfried Juchem Head of gemstone studio Gemstone and Jewellery Design

Prof. Frank Kasprusch Professor for Designing and Construction Architecture Eirik Kjølsrud, M.A. Research Assistant Architecture Architecture Renate Kley Head of Secretariat Gemstone and Jewellery Design David Klober, B. Sc. Research Assistant for Hypermedia Interactive and networked systems Intermedia Design Prof. Eva-Maria Kollischan Representative Professor Gemstone Gemstone and Jewellery Design Prof. Franz Kluge Senior Professor for Intermedia Design Intermedia Design / Communication Design Prof. Ingo Krapf Professor for Product, Furniture and Exhibition Design Interior Architecture Simon Kßrten Head of Technology Rental Adobe training, Mac administration Intermedia Design

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Martina Gunzer, Dipl.-Des. Research Assistant Fashion Design Fashion Design


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Christopher Ledwig, Dipl.-Des. Employee for Cross Media and Integrated Communication Intermedia Design Valeska Link, Dipl.-Des. Research Assistant Marketing and Designmanagement Gemstone and Jewellery Design Adam Lorek, Dipl.-Des. Research Assistant for Hypermedia Interactive and networked systems Intermedia Design

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Bernhard Lutz Head of Photo Studio Communication Design

Alois Palgen Head of Studio for Metal Interior Architecture Jeong Ho Park, M.A. Research Assistant Intermedia Design Intermedia Design Wolfgang Reichardt, B.A. Research Assistant Intermedia Design Intermedia Design Rita Reinert Teacher for professional practice Fashion Design Corinna Renkel Head of Secretariat, Organization Fashion Design and Interior Architecture

Prof. Bettina Maiburg Professor for Concept Design and Realisation, expermintal methods/draping Fashion Design

Prof. Henriette Sauvant Professor for Book Design, Illustration Communication Design

Christel Matalla Head of Secretariat Architecture

Harald Schilz Head of Studio for Wood Interior Architecture

Prof. Jo Meurer Professor for Development and Design of Industrial Fashion Collections Fashion Design

Prof. Dr. Gunnar Schmidt Professor for Theory and practice of intermedia Intermedia Design

Jörg Meyer, Dipl.-Des. Research Assistant for Concept / 3D Character-, 3D-, Animation- Design und Game Art Intermedia Design Dr. Joachim Müller Academic Council for Theory Communication Design Prof. Robert Negelen Professor for Narrative formats audio-visual, interaction and multimedia storytelling Intermedia Design Till Neuer, Dipl.-Des. Teacher for professional practice in Typography Communication Design

Ralf Schmitt, Dipl.-Des. Teacher for professional practice Fashion Design Prof. Dr. Gerald Schröder Professor for Theory of Art and Design Communication Design / Interior Architecture Prof. M.A. (AAD) Martin Schroth Professor for Digital Fabrication and Design Interior Architecture Doris Schultze Teacher for professional practice Fashion Design Mandy Schwarz Head of Secretariat, Organization and Academic Advising Architecture


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Sieveke Professor for Construction and Building Technology Architecture Prof. Bernhard Sill Professor for Structural System, Construction and Material Architecture Prof. Theo Smeets Professor for Gemstone and Jewellery Gemstone and Jewellery Design Prof. Hermann Spaan Professor for Free Drawing / Color Studies, Nature Drawing, Nude Drawing, Illustrative Graphics Fashion Design Monika Spieles Teacher for professional practice Fashion Design

Prof. Hermann Vaske Professor for Design, Commercials and Design Concepts Communication Design Prof. Andrea Wandel Professor for Design, Spaces and Presentation Architecture Jan Weber, Dipl.-Ing. Research Assistant, for Modeling, 3D Modeling and Wood Architecture / Interior Architecture Prof. Heribert Wiesemann Professor for Finishes Construction and Design Interior Architecture Julia Wild, M.A. Research Assistant Theory of Jewellery Gemstone and Jewellery Design

Prof. Oskar Spital genannt Frenking Professor for Preservation of Ancient Monuments Architecture

Prof. Dirk Wolfes Professor for Technology, Concepts, Design and Realisation Fashion Design

Prof. Wolfgang Strobl Professor for Technical Finishes and Design Interior Architecture

Cornelia Wruck, Dipl.-Des. Research Assistant Image Communication Gemstone and Jewellery Design

Frank Thieltges Head of Priniting Studio Communication Design Prof. Dr. Christina Threuter Professor for Theory of Art and Architecture Fashion Design / Interior Architecture Prof. Robert Thum Professor for Computatioonal Design in Architecture Architecture Harmke van der Meer, Dipl.-Ing. Research Assistant, for Building Settings , Organization and Study Counseling Interior Architecture

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Michael Schwarz, Dipl.-Ing. Lecturer for Construction and Design Basics Architecture


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