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networking the elements of architecture

architecture . new media . sensor spaces . generative systems


the network: buas/bfh.ch Berne University of Applied Sciences . CITA at Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen . Schoch Bauleistung, Germany . the alma mater CAAD@ETH Zurich . Baumschlager-Eberle Architects . Caad RWTH Aachen . the future of digitally augmented space . my academic publications 1


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Odilo Schoch
c/o Schoch Architectural Services Ltd.

Glaubtenstrasse 11
CH-8046 Zürich

info AT schoch-architecture.com



architecture, urban Planning, ubiquitous computing, generative systems, interactive architecture, new media, sensor spaces



Professor for Process Modelling at Berne University of Applied Sciences, Architecture wood and Civil Engineering
CEO and founder of Schoch Architectural Services is Dr.-Ing. Odilo Schoch, Dipl. Arch. ETH, MAS ETH.
previously: Assistant-Professor at Centre of IT and Architecture (CITA) at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Copenhagen.

Member of iiSBE (International Initiative for a Sustainable Built Environment) and SIA (swiss engineers and architects association).

Dr.-Ing. (RWTH Aachen) titled 'Ubicomp-Kaizen'

Lectures, Conferences and Presentations (selection):



CAADRIA 2007, SEU Nanjing, China
• The categorisation of data from smart building for a positive sustainable application - or “how to make a Google™ in the House

Shih-Chien University Taipei, Taiwan
• lecture on media facades and sensor spaces

DACH 2007, Tainan, Taiwan
• location based guides overview and impact
• Looking at your monument from your office desk

Das Media Haus®, Nurnberg, Germany
• key-note lecture for opening and press

eCAADe2006, Volos, Griechenland
• My Building is My Display
• Teaching Pervasive Computing to Students of Architecture

CAADRIA, Kumamoto, Japan 2006
• Digital Smart Technologies for sustainable Architecture

Siemens, Munich
• Presentation Computer Integrated Architecture

RWTH Aachen
• Presentation Computer Integrated Architecture

Ubicomp 2005, Tokyo
• Workshop and presentation “Lecture Hall of the Future”

eCAADe2005, Lisabon
• Teaching CAAD by using a digital Chain
• Adaptive Buildings

Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, 2005
• Presentation smart buildings and Discussion

ETH Zürich, 2002 – 2006
• Lectures and Presentations
• Course ETHGame (with Steffen P. Walz, Torsten Spindler, Mathias Ochsendorf)
• coordinator MAS course in CAAD
• project management ETHWorld project “Building IP – lecture hall of the future”
• consultant ScienceCity project “ImageWall”
• much more

Tamkang University, Taipei, 2003, 2004
• CAAD at ETH Zurich
• Travelling through European Architecture
• Smart environment

Publications (selection):



Walz, Steffen P. and Odilo Schoch (2006): „Pervasive Game Design as an Architectural Teaching and Research Method." In: Gibson, David, Aldrich, Clark, and Marc Prensky (eds.): Games and Simulations in Online Learning: Research and Development Frameworks. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing.

EL-Forum, 2006
• Editorial

HomeElectronic Magazine, Schweiz, 2006
• Der Einfluss digital Vernetzter Gebäude- und Medientechnik auf Wohnungen

Scientific Consultant to the HomeElectronic Magazine, Switzerland


Design and built Projects:



Various Projects for Schoch Bauleistung GmbH, Germany

• Community Centre, Rosengarten
• Factory and office building, Stuttgart
• Community Centre
• Detached Apartment Houses
• Multiapartment Houses
• Shop and commercial centre

Research and Studies (Selection):



• Oerestad, Copenhagen, Denmark: Analysis and prediction of urban development by meand of generative systems based on the behaviour of the honey bee, Studio Franz Oswald (ETH Zurich)
• Rethinking Pier-Luigi Nervi, Studio Greg Lynn (ETH Zurich)
• BeeCity, self generating urban structure in Londoin Southark, Studio Colin Fournier with critiques Dennic Crompton and Peter Cook (Bartlett, UCL London)
• Limitations of screen based presentations: example of the Savoy Vase of Aalvar Aalto, Studio Maia Engeli (ETH Zurich)