Julian Fischbacher


In a time of climate change and an increasing number of natural hazards causing global alterations, we as architects and landscape architects have the opportunity and responsibility to design resilient systems. In order to prevent future natural crises, our design principles should not only please our aesthetic eye, but should be durable and sustainable. In particular, the threat caused by water is and will be an even greater challenge for our generation to deal with.

The methodology of designing with digital tools is inevitable. By using and exploring tools, which can process millions of data points at the same time and in highest precision, we have the possibility to create innovative topographic approaches over time, while designing spaces for human and non-human.