Prof. Eberhard Schlag, Atelier Brückner Stuttgart


Eberhard Schlag talks about the potential of narrative spaces and the challenges of digital technologies. The use of digital media as a design tool in space and the mediation of complex content is now widely established, its handling and impact are reliably planable. Now with Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, the next development stage is on the verge and provokes an unexpected hype. Is virtual reality the future or does it still have to be physically tangible to provide a valuable experience? Eberhard Schlag examines this question by discussing projects by Atelier Brückner and from his teaching activities at the HTWG Konstanz.

Prof Eberhard Schlag is a partner of Atelier Brückner in Stuttgart, responsible for the development and implementation of numerous national and international architectural and exhibition projects for brands and museums. He studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart and in the Master Program of the Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chicago. Since 2010 he is also a professor of architecture and design at the University of Applied Sciences in Konstanz, where he has built up an interdisciplinary focus on spatial design.