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The overall topic of sustainable architecture is examined by looking at six "camps" within the sustainability movement, each of which emphasizes a different viewpoint and set of goals for sustainable design. Case studies are included to illustrate each approach. The lecture covers the following camps: 1. Eco-Technic Camp [Case study: Kunsthaus Bregenz (Peter Zumthor; Bregenz, Austria)] [Case study: Zollverein School of Management and Design (SANAA; Essen, Germany)] 2. Eco-Medical Camp [Case study: Vidar Institute (Erik Asmussen; Järna, Sweden)] 3. Eco-Centric Camp [Case study: Rauch Residence (Roger Boltshauser, Martin Rauch; Walgau Valley, Germany)] 4. Eco-Aesthetic Camp [Case study: 290 Mulberry (SHoP Architects; New York, NY)] 5. Eco-Cultural Camp [Case study: Community Center, Raggal (Johannes Kaufmann; Great Walser Valley, Germany)] 6. Eco-Social Camp [Case study: Housing Development Sandgrubenweg (Gerhard Hörburger; Bregenz, Austria)] [Case study: Charles Hostler Student Recreation Center (VJAA; The American Univeristy of Beirut)]
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