A school in India - built with Liechtenstein support

A school in India - built with Liechtenstein support

Daniel Haselsberger, a doctoral student at the Liechtenstein School of Architecture, and his wife Isha, a native of India and alumna of the University of Liechtenstein, have initiated and supported the construction of a school in Bahuarwa, a rural town in the Indian state of Bihar, with the support of their association and Liechtenstein foundations. The school construction is also part of Daniel Haselsberger's dissertation.
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Visitors from the Swiss network for service learning at universities

Visitors from the Swiss network for service learning at universities

On Monday, 8 January, five representatives of the Swiss Network for Service Learning at Universities* visited the University of Liechtenstein. They were following an invitation from Bmstr Mag. arch Cornelia Faisst, who is also part of the network.
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Exhibition: «Teaching architecture in wartime»

Exhibition: «Teaching architecture in wartime»

The exhibition “Learning from Ukraine. Teaching architecture in wartime” at the University of Liechtenstein, which ran from 8 November to 6 December, examined the situation of architectural education in Ukraine during the Russo-Ukrainian war, following the example of the Kharkiv School of Architecture.
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The Business with Waste

The Business with Waste

The «Ewaste Burden and Treasure» exhibition showed the invisible bond between Liechtenstein and Africa, which changes living spaces, social spaces and social structures through actions in this country. Liechtenstein and Ghana are connected, even if both sides are unaware of it. From 7 to 14 October, these invisible connections were addressed and made visible at the 18th Venice Biennale.
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Understanding building densification processes better

Understanding building densification processes better

Postdoc Johannes Herburger (LSA) presents research results at various conferences
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What have we actually built there?

What have we actually built there?

Prof. Michael Wagner was invited to a panel discussion at Architekturforum Zürich on Wednesday, 25 October 2023.
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Seminar zum Baustellenkoordinator (2024)

16.04.2024 08:00 - 12:00
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Seit dem 1. März 2003 ist das Bauarbeitenkoordinationsgesetz (BauKG) über die Koordination der Sicherheits- und Gesundheitsschutzmassnahmen bei Bauarb ...

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LSA Alumni Reunion 2024

Mi 29.05.2024
Universität Liechtenstein

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Architecture Summer Party

Wednesday, May 29, 2024 from 6 pm
Summer party & opening of the summer exhibition of the Liechtenstein School of Architecture

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Higher education strategy meets civil society
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Higher education strategy meets civil society

LSA university lecturer Cornelia Faisst takes part in panel discussion on service learning

Feb 19, 2024

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Artist interview in the art room "Engländerbau"
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Artist interview in the art room "Engländerbau"

Interview with artist Michael Hirschbichler by LSA lecturer Britta Hentschel

Feb 19, 2024

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A school in India - built with Liechtenstein support
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A school in India - built with Liechtenstein support

Daniel Haselsberger, a doctoral student at the Liechtenstein School of Architecture, and his wife Isha, a native of India and alumna of the University of Liechtenstein, have initiated and supported the construction of a school in Bahuarwa, a rural town in the Indian state of Bihar, with the support of their association and Liechtenstein foundations. The school construction is also part of Daniel Haselsberger's dissertation.

Feb 06, 2024

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Visitors from the Swiss network for service learning at universities
Architecture
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Visitors from the Swiss network for service learning at universities

On Monday, 8 January, five representatives of the Swiss Network for Service Learning at Universities* visited the University of Liechtenstein. They were following an invitation from Bmstr Mag. arch Cornelia Faisst, who is also part of the network.

Jan 11, 2024

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Exhibition: «Teaching architecture in wartime»
Architecture
News, Highlight, Slider

Exhibition: «Teaching architecture in wartime»

The exhibition “Learning from Ukraine. Teaching architecture in wartime” at the University of Liechtenstein, which ran from 8 November to 6 December, examined the situation of architectural education in Ukraine during the Russo-Ukrainian war, following the example of the Kharkiv School of Architecture.

Dec 19, 2023

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The Business with Waste
Architecture
News, Highlight, Slider

The Business with Waste

The «Ewaste Burden and Treasure» exhibition showed the invisible bond between Liechtenstein and Africa, which changes living spaces, social spaces and social structures through actions in this country. Liechtenstein and Ghana are connected, even if both sides are unaware of it. From 7 to 14 October, these invisible connections were addressed and made visible at the 18th Venice Biennale.

Dec 04, 2023

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Understanding building densification processes better
Architecture
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Understanding building densification processes better

Postdoc Johannes Herburger (LSA) presents research results at various conferences

Nov 30, 2023

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Structural changes in the food retail sector
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Structural changes in the food retail sector

The food retail sector is undergoing massive changes for some time now. An interview with Dr. Johannes Herburger

Nov 17, 2023

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