European
Full-scale Modeling
Association
(EFA)

6th Conference of the EFA

Vienna University of Technology - Austria
Department for Spatial Simulation

Full-scale Modeling in the Age of Virtual Reality
September 4th - 6th 1996

CONFERENCE PROGRAM
Wednesday September 4th 1996
Thursday September 5th 1996
Friday September 6th 1996

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS


Examples of Student Work
Impressions of the Conference

The 6th EFA-Conference '96 is organized on behalf of European Full-scale Modeling Association. The main object of the biannual EFA-Conference is to create a platform for an exchange of ideas and further cooperation on the field of Full-scale Modeling.

EFA '96 is hosted by the Vienna University of Technology in collaboration with the Institute for Spatial Interaction and Simulation (ISIS). The conference is furthermore supported by the Federal Ministry of Science and several enterprises such as Creditanstalt-BV.


CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Wednesday September 4th 1996

Real Reality

00.15-01.00 pm Registration
01.00 pm University Chancellor Rector Peter Skalicky
  • Opening of the Conference

    Bob Martens

  • Introduction
  • 01.30-1.50 pm Peder Duelund Mortensen (Copenhagen / Denmark)
  • Information on the 1:1 Workshop Development in Copenhagen
  • 02.00-02.20 pm Tobi Stoeckli (Lausanne / Switzerland)
  • Tools and Processes in the Work of an Architect
  • 02.30-02.50 pm Gerhard Lampe (Wiesbaden / Germany)
  • A Full-scale Lab as Luminar Spectacle
  • 03.00-3.20 pm Liv Arvesen (Trondheim / Norway)
  • Light as Language
  • 03.30-04.00 pm Coffee
    04.00-04.20 pm Benedikt Stahl (Duesseldorf / Germany)
  • Experimental Spatial Structures
  • 04.30-04.50 pm Elisabeth Dalholm-Hornyansky (Lund / Sweden)
  • Full-Scale Modeling and Design Theory
  • 05.00-05.20 pm Peter Schreibmayer (Graz / Austria)
  • Full-Scale or the Truth in "True-scale"
  • 06.00 pm Reception


    Thursday September 5th 1996

    Architectural Psychology

    09.00-09.20 am Alexander Keul (Salzburg /Austria)
  • Lost in Space? Architectural Psychology - Past, Present, Future
  • 09.30-10.15 am Jack Nasar (Ohio / USA) KEYNOTE
  • Design by Competition: Looking at Competition Architecture Through Time
  • 10.30-11.00 am Coffee
    11.00-11.20 am Pelle Ehn et.al. (Lund / Sweden)
  • The Envisionment Workshop: from Visions to Practice
  • 11.30-11.50 am Rainer Maderthaner (Vienna / Austria)
  • Imagery of Architectural Structures
  • 12.00-12.20 am Birgitta Rydberg-Mitchell (Lund / Sweden)
  • Reflections on Spatial Navigating in Virtual Reality
  • 12.30-02.00 pm Lunchbreak
    02.00-02.20 pm Riklef Rambow (Münster / Germany)
  • The Layman as Alien
  • 02.30-02.50 pm Leonhard Oberascher (Salzburg / Austria)
  • Full-scale Modeling of Environmental Color
  • 03.00-03.30 pm Coffee
    03.30-03.50 pm Edwin Otero (Caracas / Venezuela)
  • Evaluation of the OSLD Housing System
  • 04.00-04.20 pm Isaac Abadi Abbo (Caracas / Venezuela)
  • Effectiveness of Models
  • 04.30 pm Panel discussion. Chairman: Jack Nasar
    06.00 pm Bus transfer to Neustift am Walde. Austrian Heurigen Evening
    10.30 pm Return Fare to Vienna University of Technology


    Friday September 6th 1996

    The Next Generation

    09.00-09.20 am Sevil Sariyildiz - Matthias Schwenck (Delft / The Netherlands)
  • The Next Generation of Architecture within Computer Sciences
  • 09.30-09.50 am Alexander Koutamanis - Vicky Mitossi (Delft / The Netherlands)
  • Simulation for Analysis: Requirements from Architectural Design
  • 10.00-10.30 am Coffee
    10.30-10.50 am Horst Kiechle (Sydney / Australia)
  • Constructing the Amorphous
  • 11.00-11.20 am Burcu Senyapili (Ankara / Turkey)
  • The True Model Concept in Computer Generated Simulations
  • 11.30-11.50 am Gabriel E. Rodriguez (Caracas / Venezuela)
  • Real Scale Model vs. Computer Generated Model
  • 12.00 am EFA-Film Production: Full-scale Modeling in Europe

    Siegfried Hermann (Vienna / Austria)

  • Time Lapse

    EFA-Affairs

  • 1.30-3.00 pm Lunchbreak
    7.30 pm Conference Dinner