ETH Zürich Final Review: Interim Forever

Students from Studio Adam Caruso at ETH Zurich present their final projects to a panel of guest critics including Oliver Lütjens, Tine Milz, Li Tavor, Matthias Winter.

Image one (above), Zitrone Dietikon, Tuyet Nguyen, Theo Mayer

Image two, ...just about to arrange, Leonard Schmidt, Jierui Yu
Image three, Waldhaus, Anastasia Zharova, Lancelot Burwell
Image four, Now Later Easy Difficult, Florian Jaritz, Karlo Keca

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Students from Studio Adam Caruso at ETH Zurich present their projects to a panel of guest critics including Marianna Charitonidou, Fredi Fischli and Niels Olson.

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Interim Forever

Zurich, Switzerland

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Students in studio Adam Caruso at ETH Zurich will spend their Autumn semester exploring the sensibility of the interim; looking to the long history in the built environment of improvising and adapting.

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Students in studio Adam Caruso at ETH Zurich will spend their Spring semester investigating models for collective living.

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Final Crits: Making Plans for Living

Studio Adam Caruso, ETH Zurich

15–16 December 2020

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Students from Adam Caruso's studio at ETH Zurich present their projects to guest critics including Lisa Fior (muf architecture/art, London), Summer Islam (Material Cultures, Studio Abroad, London), Dr. Marina Olsen (Karma International Gallery, Zurich), and Axel Simon (editor, Hochparterre).

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Intern Rachel Caul has received a RIBA Bronze Medal Commendation for her final year project, Reclaiming the Ruin. Rachel studied in Studio 2, led by Caruso St John Director, Rod Heyes.

The RIBA President's Medals are international awards presented annually by the Royal Institute of British Architects to architecture students or recent graduates and are regarded as the most prestigious prizes in architectural education.

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Rod Heyes, Small Talk

Newcastle, United Kingdom

15th November 2021

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Caruso St John director Rod Heyes will be giving a 'small talk' for Newcastle University's Architecture Society. He discusses ideas of intention and realisation, the value in existing situations and building's constant states of change; referring to the work of Robert Smithson, Edgar Degas, Atelier Bow-Wow and Paul Serusier.

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Antwerp Real Estate

Antwerp, Belgium

5th October 2021

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Peter St John will be giving a lecture entitled, Converting office buildings into mixed-use buildings, as part of the Real Estate Society of Antwerp's symposium, The impact of corona on the office market. 

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Caruso St John and Sigurd Lewerentz

Stockholm, Sweden

1st October

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To mark the opening of Sigurd Lewerentz: Architect of Death and Life at ArkDes, Adam Caruso will be giving a lecture on the exhibition's design process, alongside his own relationship to Lewerentz and his legacy today.

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The Dream of the Metropolis

London, United Kingdom

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Peter St John's studio at London Metropolitan University hosts their summer exhibition this week. The Dream of the Metropolis celebrates Unit 12's yearlong research through their site-specific artwork, Evil Queen and Lemon Tart.

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Lecture

The Historic Present

HIL E1, ETH Honggerberg Zurich, Switzerland

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Adam Caruso will give the lecture, The Historic Present, as part of the ETH Zurich's 'Future Monuments' series of talks.

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Project Review

Falconhoven Apartment Building

13 May 2021

Project Architect James Hand discusses Caruso St John's Falconhoven Apartment Building as part of the Architecture Foundation's new series of online talks. The building, completed last year, forms part of an urban block designed in collaboration with Flemish architects Bovenbouw and ONO Architectuur, and Dutch architects Rapp + Rapp.

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This week Adam Caruso will give an online lecture to students at TU Wien, discussing the practice's work on Sir John Soane's Museum.

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