Groundscape Architecture Lab. Carpark Futures

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What will the parking of the future look like ?

The 2021-2022 edition of the Groundscape Architecture Lab focuses on the future of underground parking infrastructures.

Organised with the support of Indigo Group, world leader in parking solutions, the course will teach students a variety of architectural strategies that can be applied to the transformation of new and existing parking infrastructures, which are at the heart of the current paradigm shift in mobility, logistics and energy.

The students will be able to benefit from live feedback and monthly presentations by professors Ignacio Ferrer and Octave Perrault as well as other guests.

The course will prepare the participants for the upcoming architecture competition Parking Futures to be launched at the end of 2021.

Find more information on the existing research on parking by Dominique Perrault and Indigo Group:

https://dpa-x.com/carpark-futures-indigo

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Dominique Perrault
Dominique Perrault

Praemium imperial award winner (Japan), the French architect and urban planner, Dominique Perrault, is a professor and director of the Underground Architecture Laboratory (SUB) at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland. He is also the founder of DPAx, a multidisciplinary research platform exploring architecture from a wider perspective, and DPA Lab, a laboratory of research and innovation developing processes that reinvent the vocabulary of architecture. Along with the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, his main projects to date include the Olympic Velodrome and Swimming Pool in Berlin, the extension of the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg, the Olympic Tennis Stadium in Madrid, the EWHA Womans University in Seoul and the Fukoku Tower in Osaka. In recent years, Dominique Perrault inaugurated the tallest tower of Austria in Vienna, the DC Tower 1, and led various heritage rehabilitation projects, including the new public entry pavilion for the Château de Versailles and the repurposing of La Poste du Louvre in Paris. Current studies and urban research projects include the Olympic Village – Paris 2024 and the “Mission Ile de la Cité,” an urban study commissioned by the president of the French Republic that reflects upon the future of the thriving, historical center of Paris from now until 2040.

Octave Perrault
Octave Perrault

He directed the project 'Carpark Futures' within DPA-X, the R&D department of Dominique Perrault Architecture. Besides DPA-X, his work has been shown in various international art and architecture institutions, mainly with the curatorial project Cruising Pavilion and the art collective åyr. His writings have appeared in several interntail publications including Perspecta, Harvard Design Magazine, and Vogue L’Uomo.

Ignacio Ferrer Rizzo
Ignacio Ferrer Rizzo

Ignacio Ferrer Rizzo is a Spanish architect by the ETSAM (High Technical School of Architecture of Madrid) after having attended the EPFL (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne) as an exchange student through an ERASMUS scholarship. As a practicing architect he has developed a career at Dominique Perrault Architecture’s Geneva office Since 2014 where he has worked both in local and international projects. As a researcher in 2016 he joined the SubLab, Laboratory of Underground Architecture, at the EPFL

Juan Fernández-Andrino
Juan Fernández-Andrino

Architect by the ETSAM, High Technical School of Architecture of Madrid. He´s also B.Arch Hons by the Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow School of Art . His professional career started working in Seville with Architect Guillermo Vázquez Consuegra (1997-99). Since 2001, he works with Dominique Perrault in Paris as Head of Project Development in Spain. Since 2005 he’s Director of DPA Spain in Madrid working directly on the construction of Dominique Perrault ’s projects in Spain: the Olympic Tennis Center in Madrid, the hotel Meliá tower in Barcelona, the Arganzuela pedestrian bridge in Madrid and the Congress and Exhibition Centre in León.

Richard Nguyen
Richard Nguyen

Richard Nguyen is a French registered Architect, graduated from Paris-Malaquais school of Architecture, after studying at the University of Sydney (Australia). During his twelve year collaboration with French architect Dominique Perrault, Richard Nguyen has lead numerous winning or mentioned projects including the French Ministry of Defense, the Paris Ile de la Cite Mission urban renewal, and the Longchamp Racecourse in Paris. In parallel, his personal research projects with Sample Studio, aims, through built and unbuilt projects, at questioning the use of a place and its temporality. His academic career started alongside Archigram founder Sir Peter Cook at Paris Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture. He was also Professor at the Ecole de Design Industriel in Paris. Since 2014, he teaches Architecture design studio at EPFL (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne), as part of the SUB Lab Underground Architecture Laboratory, and was recipient of the Gold Polysphere Prize (2016), which rewards the EPFL best teacher.