onlab Winter School 2014

November 2013 - 3rd onlab Winter School in Berlin

The next Summer School will take place in Winter ;-)
From February 26 – March 8 2014.

For more informations, please check the onlab Winter School specific website.

We are glad to announce that our third onlab winter school will take place from February 26 – March 8 2014, (10 workshop days). More information will follow soon! Stay updated and subscribe to our newsletter >

The registration deadline is extended till december 23rd! onlab has teamed up with uncube– a Berlin-based digital magazine for architecture and beyond. This year’s publication will be dedicated to the theme „outer space“.

The second edition of the onlab summer school had a striking final outcome. The two weeks workshop, which took place at the DAZ, was a real pleasure and an extraordinary collective experience.

For more information check the onlab Winter School specific website or the day by day documentation of the summer school 2011 and 2012.

During the winter school 2014 we will explore the formal and conceptual methods of working which help present complex content in a compelling way. The work flow will be similar to last year: the 21 participants will be divided into small groups, which develop the 7 sections and chapters of the publication. Nicolas Bourquin and Thibaud Tissot will closely coach the participants. The result will be a publication that will be exhibited on the last day of the workshop. In addition to that, daily presentations by external professionals will accompany the program.

The onlab winter school is an initiative of the Swiss graphic design studio onlab in Berlin. It was launched in 2011.

In design, the ability to familiarize oneself with new specialist themes in a short period of time is very important. This is why an interdisciplinary team, the integration of diverse competencies, a persistent willingness to continue further training and project-relevant collaboration with experts are all fundamental prerequisites. Only then can a designer develop an understanding of complex social, economic and political issues—without losing sight of its own expertise and focus. The winter school sets out to practice these “fundamentals” in an international, interdiciplinary context.