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under the bridge
is it even real?
oberhammer
a (siegen) learning space
ivry’s pier
kandylakia
craftmanship & production campus
split
extraordinary standards
the collected building
fiktion
documentary of spaces
ko(r)nversion
embracing uncertainty
who cares?
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concrete operations
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house of desires
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parasite
zeitdokument
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how many rooms you need to live?
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fieldstation
neues kösk
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post auto mobile
random access memories
panorama
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superparkmarkt
archifiktion
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kraft und licht
wandelhalle nord
reconstruct häring
upcyclinghof
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atelierhaus
revitalisierung einer werft
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thilo preuß, clemens urban
kaya liffler, paula scheibke
christian sternhagen
kaya liffler, paula scheibke
matthias walbröl
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christian sternhagen
a. dardenne, m. leridee, r. kuznicki, a. correia, p. bomey, anna schmitz
mathis bergmann, jonas könig
emily bardenz, finn gredel, kian matine leander lentner
marlene koßmann
dao le
jonathan burkard, marlene koßmannpola machinskafelix schröder kaya liffler, paula scheibke, christian sternhagen, marijke kiparski, alexandra faix, mathis bergmannfinn marcelli
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lilly irmer, sophie kalwa
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christian sternhagen, jonathan burkard yannic kohnen
maximilian gömann, paulina kirschke jakob naujack
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lina etzkorn
vitus michel, levin arnold
lina etzkorn
lukas frenzel
eva beule, gerda callista, melissa enriquez, katharina glorius, franziska wilkleander lentner, marlene koßmann
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jonah burgsteiner, klara schmidt
finn marcelli
marlene koßmann
felix piel
sebastian schaafulrich kneisl, felix schröder kaya liffler, paula scheibke
mathis bergmann
lina etzkorn
felix piel, fabian jäger
jonathan burkard, yannic kohnen
jonas könig, paul stockhausen
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jonathan burkard
dao le, christian sternhagen
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data center
Data centers are buildings in which mainframe computers and their associated infrastructure are housed. Concentrating data in centers has been around since they were digitally recorded. The first tube-based mainframe computers were built in the 1950s, after tube-based computers for military use were developed as early as the 1940s.With the digital revolution and the increasing mass spread of computers from the late 1970s, the amount of data to be managed increased rapidly. The real boom in data centers came about during the so-called dot-com bubble between 1997 and 2000. In a gigantic upheaval process, the world of work was completely digitized with the exorbitant increase in data volumes and the need to manage them accordingly. The energy demand associated with this development and which is still increasing rapidly, primarily affects the servers themselves and the associated cooling systems. 

It becomes clear that although we have fully arrived in virtual reality, we are hardly aware of its physical effects. As our end devices continue to get smaller and lighter, the data center, as a new, largely unknown architecture, is becoming increasingly larger and larger. We know little about their location, organization and processes. 

The task should therefore be to consciously deal with this topic on the basis of a new data center to be designed and a thorough analysis of a reference project. This is about the house of digital natural sciences, which, in addition to the actual data center, has a supporting function for the use of innovative digital technology for the university. Universität Hamburg is developing the large new campus Science City Bahrenfeld. The Developments are at the stage of creating programs, so the university has a real interest in exchange and input through student designs right now. In addition to the campus as a whole, concrete tasks are being developed for certain buildings. The processing of a data center requires an intensive examination of the corresponding references. Its architecture also addresses the aforementioned uncertainty of future use. Robust basic structures as well as interior transformation possibilities are aspects that contemporary proposals for the apparently historical typology must take into account.