• System_The general objectives include the demonstration of different methods for an existing or planned development and design of urban and individual spaces under the condition of a long-term and durable solution involving complex building tasks. The topic for the 2015 summer semester was the recognition of building and construction system capacities. Responsible professor: Prof. Michael Stößlein, work by Laura Fischer and Sebastian Walter, 2015
  • AIV – bungee jumping and climbing hotel over the Angel Gorge: In Mallorca, a hotel is being built over the fictitious Angel Gorge for climbing and bungee jumping fanatics. At the point in question, the gorge is about 40 m wide and 140 m deep. Possible design approaches include positioning the hotel at the top of the cliff, within the cliff face, or as a bridge construction between the cliffs. Solid, robust materials and details are required that contribute to low and easy maintenance use. Responsible professor: Prof. Josef Reindl, work by Anja Lehmann, Steven Davé, Felix Thiele, Nora Weber, Anja Sitzler, Kilian Schmelmer, 2015
  • AIV – bungee jumping and climbing hotel over the Angel Gorge: by Verena Schmidt, Liesa-Marie Schmock, Christian Jäckel, Anna Hoch, Mario Besold, Andreas Schneider, Manuel Thoma, 2015
  • System specialization: Material and energy, analysis of the crossover situations, by Eileen Mann, Julia Hölzl, Anna-Maria Groß, and Stefanie Fritsch, 2016