Designing Future Realities
Technique & Processes

Faculty Faculty of Architecture
in Cooperation with Destination Wattens
Duration / ECTS-Credits 1 semester / equals 10 ECTS-Credits
Location University of Innsbruck and Werkstätte Wattens
Start 02nd March 2020
Qualification Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) from the University of Innsbruck
Cost* € 9,000.-
(combined with the course Discourse & Context and Design & Intervention
Further Information Website
Division of Continuing Education
Innrain 52f (Bruno-Sander-Haus)
6020 Innsbruck
Tel.: +43 512 507–39402 

until the 31st December 2019 apply here for the course

-> apply for the scholarship until the 30th November 2019
( further information for students of the LFUI)
(  further information for non-students)


Course Director

Prof. Kristina SchineggerUniv.-Prof. Mag. Kristina Schinegger
Department of Design






Dr. Christian TeisslDr. Christian Teissl
Destination Wattens





Kick-off: 02nd March - 08th March 2020

Discourse & Context

  • Art, Design & Changing Societies:             09th March - 22nd March 2020
  • Art, Design & Emerging Technologies:      30th March - 12th April 2020

Technique & Process

  • Art, Design & Cross-Disciplinary Science:  27th April - 10th Mai 2020
  • Art, Design & Environmental Challenges:   18th Mai - 31st Mai 2020

Design & Intervention

  • Open Studio - Design & Intervention:          simultaneously with Discourse & Context and Design & Intervention


End / Exhibition                                                      26th June - 28th June 2020



Art, Design & cross-disciplinary Sciences
The course provides students with basic knowledge and competencies in the field of cross-disciplinary scientific research. Different techniques and methods of artistic research or research by design are discussed.

Art, Design & environmental Challenges
Furthermore it provides students with material, digital and intellectual tools to investigate and re-design the effect of climate change from the territorial to the microscopic scale. Satellite mapping and biological models are correlated to propose a design interpretation of these models.


Target audience

Admission to the University Course is granted for persons with a thematically relevant diploma or bachelor programme or other equivalent studies completed at an acknowledged Austrian or non-Austrian post-secondary educational institution. 

In justified cases, persons, who do not meet the requirements mentioned above, can also be admitted if they have the appropriate competences due to their artistic and professional activities, experiences and body of workfor at least three years.


Contact and Information

Division of Continuing Education
Christina Brückl
Innrain 52f
6020 Innsbruck
Tel.: +43 512 507-39402

Destination Wattens
Barbara Dibona
Weisstraße 9
6112 Wattens
Tel.: +43 5224 55486-1



*Payment terms and cancellation conditions

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