NSL – Netzwerk Stadt und Landschaft
Projects of the Chairs
Prof. Dr. Bryan T. Adey | Infrastructure Management
Prof. Dr. Tom Avermaete | History and Theory of Urban Design
Prof. Dr. Kay W. Axhausen | Traffic and Transport Planning
Prof. Dr. Francesco Corman | Transport Systems
Prof. Dr. Adrienne Grêt-Regamey | Planning of Landscape and Urban Systems (PLUS)
Prof. Dr. David Kaufmann | Spatial Development and Urban Policy
Prof. Hubert Klumpner | Architecture and Urban Design
Dr. Anastasios Kouvelas | Traffic Engineering and Control
Prof. Dr. Christian Schmid | Sociology
Prof. Milica Topalovic | Architecture and Territorial Planning
EiR PD Dr. Joris Van Wezemael | Spatial Transformation Laboratories (STL)
Prof. em Dr. h. c. Günther Vogt | Landscape Architecture
ETH Wohnforum – ETH CASE
The NSL Colloquia are a bi-annual presentation of exceptional work under a rotating theme determined by the inviting professor.
Future Cities Lab Global
Urban Potential and Strategies in Metropolitan Territories – The Zurich Metropolitan Region as an Example (NFP65)
Landscape Visualization and Modeling Lab (LVML)
NSL Forum: Pandemie? Mitten im Klimawandel. Was bedeutet das für die räumliche Entwicklung der Schweiz? Ein Dialog.
Bachelor and Master Degree Programmes, Department ARCH
Bachelor and Master Degree Programmes, Department BAUG
MSc in Spatial Development and Infrastructure Systems
MAS/CAS in Regenerative Materials
CAS in Regenerative Systems: Sustainability to Regeneration
MAS/CAS Spatial Development
MAS Urban and Territorial Design
MAS in Housing
Doctoral Programme in Landscape and Urban Studies
The teaching component of the NSL seeks to impart the knowledge and skills needed to develop the standard strengths of spatial planning and their interaction as well as the ability to develop strategies for the solution of spatial problems. These are central prerequisites for a responsible and successful exercise of planning functions in the service of the public commonwealth and of private companies. Especially important in fufilling these prerequisites is the quality of university-level education: graduate and post-graduate work as well as professional development in spatial, urban and landscape planning. The ETH Zurich has offered programmes such as continuing education courses and post-graduate programmes (NDS, now MAS) since 1965. The NSL (Network City and Landscape) is responsible for these courses and programmes.
The NSL brings the experts at ETH Zurich together and also maintains a dialogue with other groups that deal with or are interested in issues relating to cities and landscapes.
Publications of NSL Chairs
A complete list of publications can be reached via the following link, which also includes advanced search capabilities:
ETH Zürich Research Collection
disP – The Planning Review
The interdisciplinary scientific journal covers the topics of spatial development, urban planning, landscape and environmental planning, landscape architecture, traffic planning, and regional and environmental economics, as well as special issues on specific themes.
Publishing in disP – The Planning Review
Book Review Guidelines
EPFL/ETHZ’s summer school Relational Space/ Relational Urbanism