pharos.link


The International Services have taken the opportunity of the 350th anniversary of the University of Innsbruck to draw attention to the worldwide network, which we have built with our partners.

The design project pharos.link by Fabian Venier and Konstantin Jauck, students at the Universtiy of Innsbruck, emerged from an ideas competition at the Faculty of Architecture. Pharos means lighthouse in Greek and like the lighthouse of Alexandria, the youngest of the seven wonders of the ancient world, pharos.link shines and signals our students the ways into the academic world. It also symbolizes a small home-port for our guest-students from all over the world.

By means of analogue signposts as an interface to the digital world pharos.link focuses on those partner institutions of the University of Innsbruck, with which there is a lively exchange of students and teachers. Two cubes represent the center of the earth and Innsbruck, while of the LED illuminated panels each represents a partner university. The length of each metal bar corresponds to the true-to-scale distance between the two universities. The lighting varies in color, depending on the current temperature at the respective location. If the University of Innsbruck or one of the partner universities is mentioned on the social media channels Twitter or Instagram the corresponding panel will also light up.

Why not try the #pharos.link and see what happens?

 

Fachliche Begleitung:
Assoz.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Celia Di Pauli, Institut für Gestaltung, Studio 1
Christian Mariacher, MA, Lehrbeauftragter am Institut für Gestaltung, Studio 2


Idee, Planung, Projektumsetzung:
Fabian Venier und Konstantin Jauck


Bauliche Umsetzung:
Metallbau Dollinger & Pfeifer GmbH, Volders

 

Statik:
aste | weissteiner zt gmbh, Innsbruck

 

Auftraggeber, Projektbegleitung, Web Betreuung:
Dr. Barbara Tasser
Mag. Francesca Bagaggia, Janine Köppen, Ludovic Milot BA, MA, Janni Nielsen, Marta Romeo BA, Internationale Dienste der Universität Innsbruck

 

Großer Dank geht an alle beteiligten Kolleginnen und Kollegen der Universität Innsbruck aus den Bereichen:
Vizerektorat für Infrastruktur, DL Gebäude und Infrastruktur und DL Sicherheit und Gesundheit
Fakultät für Architektur, Institut für Gestaltung und Modellbauwerkstätte
Büro für Öffentlichkeitsarbeit und Jubiläumsbüro
Zentraler Informatikdienst

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