Jury for Wheelwright Prize 2020 (Harvard Graduate School of Design)04 / 10 / 2020 | ACADEMIC
Wonne Ickx is a member of the jury for the 2020 Wheelwright Prize from Harvard Graduate School of Design, along with Sarah M. Whiting, dean of Harvard GSD; Department of Architecture chair Mark Lee; 6a Architects co-founder Tom Emerson and 2016 Wheelwright Prize recipient Anna Puigjaner. The finalists: Gustavo Utrabo (Brazil), Bryony Roberts (USA), Daniel Fernandez Pascual (Spain), aspire to win a grant, to support a cross-cultural engagement and the development of an extensive design research.
As part of the Master of Advanced Architectural Projects 11 (MPAA-11) of the ETSAM Projects Department, Carlos Bedoya gave a lecture and a theoretical class within the Dual Workshops Seminar: Another criticism, another practice. This serie has the purpose of encourage a critical and precise knowledge of the conceptual and productive tools required to work in different contemporary scenario.
PRODUCTORA at final reviews in COLUMBIA and YALE04 / 30 / 2018 | ACADEMIC
Wonne Ickx of PRODUCTORA will attend on April 30 and May 2nd, 2018 to the final reviews at GSAPP - Columbia University in New York for Tatiana Bilbao and Kersten Geers (OFFICE KGDVS). On May 3rd and 4th, 2018 he will attend to the final reviews at the Yale School of Architecture in New Haven for the studios of Tatiana Bilbao and Pier Vittorio Aureli.
Above The Volcano, UCLA, Los Angeles10 / 01 / 2017 | ACADEMIC
Wonne Ickx will teach again an Advanced Topic Studio at UCLA this fall quarter. The studio is entitled 'Above The Volcano' and will investigate the relation between architecture and topography through the modernist development Jardines del Pedregal (Rocky Gardens) in Southern Mexico City.
Wonne Ickx will teach this Spring Semester at the Graduate School of Design (GSD - Harvard University) in Cambridge. The studio is called 'Moving things around' and uses Aldo Rossi’s Small Scientific Theatre from 1978, to reflect upon the relation between architecture and image. "The writing on the Small Scientific Theatre has generally focused on the importance of memory within the work of Aldo Rossi. In the studio we will explore how this experimental miniature stage was established as a space in which objects, 2D drawings and 3D constructions of different scales could coexist in a seemingly unproblematic way. Components from classical scenography (flats, backdrops, legs, wings, props, etc.) and premodern theatrical devices (such as 19th Century paper or toy theaters) will be used as tools and media to investigate this relation." Wonne Ickx will lecture on behalf of PRODUCTORA on February 28, 2017 at 6.30 pm in Pier Auditorium, Gund Hall. / external link studio / external link lecture
Being the Mountain at IIT, Chicago and UCLA, Los Angeles08 / 15 / 2016 | ACADEMIC
This Fall 2016 semester PRODUCTORA will be teaching both at the College of Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chicago and at the School of Arts and Architecture at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). The studios are both called 'Being the Mountain' and even though they offer slightly different perspectives, they both focus on the relation between modern architecture and topography. Though all partners will be in involved in teaching, Wonne Ickx will be in charge of the Advance Studio Topic at UCLA while Carlos Bedoya will be in charge of the Cloud Studio at IIT.
Fall Quarter at UCLA, Los Angeles10 / 01 / 2015 | ACADEMIC
Wonne Ickx will start teaching again at UCLA this fall quarter. The 401 Advanced Topic Studio will research the early work of Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta. The studio is called: 'The Doubts of Ricardo Legorreta'.
Wonne Ickx will teach at the 3rd edition of Porto Academy, which will be held at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto (FAUP), designed by the Pritzker Price winner Álvaro Siza. The workshop and lectures will take place from July 20 to 27, 2015. Other particpants are: Adrien Verschuere (Baukunst), Angela Deuber, Arno Brandlhuber, Cristina Guedes & Francisco Vieira de Campos (Menos é Mais), Emilio Tuñón (Mansilla Tuñón), Guilherme Machado Vaz, Inês Vieira da Silva & Miguel Vieira (Sami), João Paulo Loureiro, Johannes Norlander, Ricardo Bak Gordon, Sofia Von Ellrichshausen & Mauricio Pezo (Pezo von Ellrichshausen), Sonja Nagel & Jan Theissen (Amunt), Stéphanie Bru & Alexandre Thériot (Bruther) and Xavier Ros Majó (H arquitectes). More information on Porto Academy - external link
Teaching at UCLA, Los Angeles10 / 01 / 2014 | ACADEMIC
Wonne Ickx will start teaching again at UCLA this fall quarter. The 401 Advanced Topic Studio will be called 'A very long building.'
RUMBLE, UCLA, Los Angeles06 / 10 / 2014 | ACADEMIC
Wonne Ickx will attend the yearly RUMBLE jury for the final reviews at UCLA on June 10th. Morning Review Session with Georgina Huljich: 'The Body of the Object' (Room 1224, 9am to 1pm) and Afternoon Review Session with Craig Hodgetts: 'Excelsior' (Room 1243A 2pm to 6pm). UCLA Architecture and Urban Design's end of the year all-school exposition engages students, faculty and the international design community in a discourse on the forefront of contemporary design and innovation: with 20,000 square feet of studio and program installations, 240 projects on view and 90 leading critics and practitioners.
Reviews - Los Angeles03 / 19 / 2014 | ACADEMIC
Wonne Ickx will be an external critic for the final reviews at UCLA of Johnston Marklee's studio on February 19th together with Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen. Mark Lee and Sharon Johnston are currently visiting professors at the University of California Los Angeles Department of Architecture and Urban Design during the 2014 winter quarter: the title of the studio is 'Cities of Artificial Extrusions', examining the intersection of two urban models - the Continuous City and the Discontinuous City.
Reviews at UCLA and SCI-Arc, Los Angeles12 / 09 / 2013 | ACADEMIC
On Monday December 9th Wonne Ickx will attend the final reviews of the first year March program at UCLA, a course led by Erin Besler, Andrew Kovacs, Steven Christensen and Georgina Huljich, that addresses and analyses gothic and late Romanesque vaults and domes. In the afternoon Wonne Ickx will take part in the final reviews of the undergraduate 1A studio at SCI-Arc, a course led by Jacki Bloom, Betty Kassis, Hisako Ichiki, Bryony Roberts and Emily White.
San Rocco summer school, Italy08 / 28 / 2013 | ACADEMIC
Wonne Ickx is one of the tutors participating in the SAN ROCCO SUMMER SCHOOL in Genoa, Italy from August 28 to September 6, 2013. This first edition of the Genoa University Summer School is organized by the Department of Science for Architecture in collaboration with the architectural magazine San Rocco. The Summerschool will ask the students to design a New Mosque of Genoa in the so called Arena del Mare. Tutors are: Ido Avissar (LIST), Paolo Carpi (Baukuh), Matteo Costanzo (2A+P/A), Kersten Geers (Office KGDVS), Matteo Ghidoni (Salottobuono), Anne Holtrop, Wonne Ickx (PRODUCTORA), Giovanni Piovene (PIOVENEFABI), Oliver Thill (Atelier Kempe Thill). Each tutor will participate for two days, taking over the work developed by the colleagues that preceded him in the days before. It is the students who will provide the SRSS with consistency, being the only constant in this educational experiment. Wonne Ickx will lecture on Friday, August 30.
Studio reviews at UCLA03 / 19 / 2013 | ACADEMIC
Wonne Ickx will attend as an external critic to the studio reviews at UCLA, Los Angeles on Tuesday March 19th. The morning review concerns the Advanced Topic Studio by Georgina Huljich (P.A.T.T.E.R.N.S.) which is called 'Divergent Monoliths & The Mute Icon'. In the afternoon Wonne Ickx will be present at the Advanced Topic Studio of visiting professor Niall McLaughlin, entitled 'Do Undo Do'.
Teaching at UCLA, Los Angeles01 / 01 / 2012 | ACADEMIC
Wonne Ickx will start teaching at UCLA as visiting professor for the winter quarter. The Advanced Topic Studio is called 'A Hole in the Earth'.
Workshop at Texas A&M University, USA01 / 24 / 2011 | ACADEMIC
PRODUCTURA will be giving a workshop at the Texas A&M University, College of Architecture, entitled: 'A Hole in the Earth'. The workshop will start the 24th of January and end on the 6th of March 2011. A lecture on their work will be given by Carlos Bedoya and Wonne Ickx on the 7th of February at 17.30 in the Preston Geren Auditorium.