Publications

( * ) peer-reviewed

Text

2019

Strebel, I., A. Bovet and P. Sormani (eds) (2019) Repair Work Ethnographies. Revisiting Breakdown, Relocating Materiality. Cham: Palgrave MacMillan

Sormani, P., A. Bovet and I. Strebel (2019) ‘Introduction: When Things Break Down‘, In I. Strebel, A. Bovet and P. Sormani (eds) Repair Work Ethnographies. Revisiting Breakdown, Relocating Materiality. Cham: Palgrave MacMillan

Bovet, A. and I. Strebel (2019) ‘Job Done: What Repair Does to Caretakers, Tenants and their Flats‘, In I. Strebel, A. Bovet and P. Sormani (eds) Repair Work Ethnographies. Revisiting Breakdown, Relocating Materiality. Cham: Palgrave MacMillan

2018

Strebel, I. and A. Bovet (2018) ‘ ‘Dann müssen wir es so lassen’: Reparatur ist (immer) mehr als die Wiederherstellung des Normalzustandes’, in S. Krebs, G. Schabacher and H. Weber (eds) Kulturen des Reparierens: Dinge Wissen Praktiken. Bielefeld: transcript Verlag, pp. 347-372

2017

Strebel, I. and J. Silberberger (eds) (2017) Architecture Competition: Project Design and the Building Process. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge

Strebel, I. and J. Silberberger (2017) ‘Introduction: unpacking architectural competitions – project design and the building process’, In I. Strebel and J. Silberberger (eds) Architecture Competition: Project Design and the Building Process, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 1-28

Strebel, I. and J. Silberberger (2017) ‘Two geographical logics in architectural competitions’, In I. Strebel and J. Silberberger (eds) Architecture Competition: Project Design and the Building Process, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 31-44

Silberberger, J. and I. Strebel (2017) ‘The progressive differentiation of judgement criteria’, In I. Strebel and J. Silberberger (eds) Architecture Competition: Project Design and the Building Process, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 87-102

Strebel, I. and J. Silberberger (2017) ‘Competitions beyond spatial specifications – An interview with Dietmar Eberle, founding partner of be – Baumschlager Eberle’, In I. Strebel, I. and J. Silberberger (eds) Architecture Competition: Project Design and the Building Process, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 131-135

Silberberger, J. and I. Strebel (2017) ‘The obligatory passage point’, In I. Strebel and J. Silberberger (eds) Architecture Competition: Project Design and the Building Process, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 139-150

Strebel, I. and J. Silberberger (2017) ‘Advanced structural engineering – An interview with Werner Sobek, founder of the Werner Sobek Group’, In I. Strebel and J. Silberberger (eds) Architecture Competition: Project Design and the Building Process, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 170-174

Strebel, I. (2017) ‘Hausmeister am Werk: Unterhaltsroutinen in den Wohnhochhäusern der Großsiedlung Red Road, Glasgow‘, In M. Harnack and J. Stollmann (eds) Identifikationsräume. Große Wohnsiedlungen als Heimat. Berlin: TU Verlag, pp. 54-69

2016

Strebel, I. (2016) What Urban Stuff is Made Of. A visual archive and urban blog run by Ignaz Strebel. http://www.ignazstrebel.net (ongoing since November 2016)

2015

Strebel, I. (ed) (2015) Hauswartung: Für Bauten und Bewohnerschaft. Basel: Birkhäuser

Strebel, I. (2015) ‘Warum unsere Städte nicht auseinanderfallen: Eine Untersuchung über die Praxis der Hauswartung’, In I. Strebel (ed) Hauswartung: Für Bauten und Bewohnerschaft. Berlin: Birkhäuser, pp. 19-68

Strebel, I. (2015) ‘Einleitung’, In I. Strebel (ed) Hauswartung: Für Bauten und Bewohnerschaft. Berlin: Birkhäuser, pp. 6-16

Strebel, I. (2015) ‘Dienstleistung als Qualitätsmerkmal. Ein Interview mit Dietmar Eberle’, In I. Strebel (ed) Hauswartung: Für Bauten und Bewohnerschaft. Berlin: Birkhäuser, pp. 90-104

Strebel, I., J. Silberberger and D. Raschpichler (2015) ‘Capturing Competition Data: Involving Stakeholders in a Swiss Competition Database’, In J.P. Chupin, C. Cucuzzella and B. Helal (eds) Architecture Competitions and the Production of Culture, Quality and Knowledge. An International Inquiry. Montreal: Potential Architecture Books, pp. 272-283

( * ) Sormani, P., I. Strebel and A. Bovet (2015) ‘Reassembling Repair: Of Maintenance Routine, Botched Jobs, and Situated Inquiry‘, in Technoscienzia 6, (Special Issue on Maintenance and Repair in STS), pp. 41-60

2014

( * ) Strebel, I. and J.M. Jacobs (2014) ‘Houses of experiment: Modern housing and the will to laboratorization‘, in: International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 38, pp. 450-470

( * ) Strebel, I. (2014) ‘Re-specifying geographical quantification: problems of order in street interviews‘, in: Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 39, pp. 278-290

Silberberger, J., I. Strebel and P. Tränkle (2014) ‘The Building Process as a Chain of Displacements: following a construction project from strategic planning through an architectural competition to the building permit’, In: L. Volker and B. Manzoni (eds). Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Competitions. Delft University of Technology, pp. 143-157

2013

( * ) Strebel, I. and J.M. Jacobs (2013) ‘Die Bewohner ins Bild rücken. Pearl Jephcott und die Wissenschaft vom Leben im Wohnhochhaus / Connecting People and Architecture: Pearl Jephcott and the Science of Life in High Flats‘, in Candide: Journal of Architectural Knowledge 7, pp. 13-36

2012

( * ) Jacobs, J. M., S. Cairns and I. Strebel (2012), ‘Doing building work: methods at the interface of geography and architecture‘, in: Geographical Research 50, pp. 126-140

Jacobs J. M., S Cairns and I. Strebel (2012) ‘Materializing Vision’, In: G. Rose and D. Tolia-Kelly (eds) Visuality/Materiality: Images, Objects and Practices Athlone: Ashgate, pp. 133-152

2011

( * ) Strebel, I. (2011) ‘The living building: towards a geography of maintenance work‘, in: Social and Cultural Geography 12, pp. 243-262

Jacobs, J.M., S. Cairns and I. Strebel (2011) ‘Materialising vision: Performing a high-rise view‘, In D. Richardson, S. Daniels and D. DeLyser (eds) Geography and the Humanities. London: Routledge, pp. 256-268

2010

( * ) Silberberger J., J.E. van  Wezemael, S. Pasiou and I. Strebel (2010) ‘Spaces of knowledge creation: tracing “knowing in action” in jury-based decision-making processes in Switzerland‘, in: International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development 1, pp. 287-302

Strebel I. (2010) Von Menschen in Türmen: Geschichte und soziologische Aspkete des Wohnens im Hochhaus, Metamorphose: Bauen im Bestand 5, pp. 22-25

2009

Jacobs J.M., S. Cairns and I. Strebel (2009) The Highrise Project website. www.highrise.eca.ed.ac.uk/

2008

( * ) Jacobs, J.M., S. Cairns and I. Strebel (2008) ‘Window: re-viewing Red Road‘, in: Scottish Geographical Journal 124(2-3), pp. 165–184

Jacobs J. M., S. Cairns and I. Strebel (2008) ‘Doing building work: The unmaking of Red Road‘, in DOCOMOMO International Journal 39, pp. 48-52

( * ) Laurier, E., I. Strebel and B. Brown (2008) ‘Video analysis: lessons from professional video editing practice‘, in: Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research 9(3), 44 paragraphs, http://nbnresolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0803378

( * ) Laurier, E., H. Lorimer, B. Brown, O. Juhlin, A. Nobel, M. Perry, D. Pica, P. Sormani, I. Strebel, L. Swan, A. Taylor, L. Watts and A. Weilenmann (2008) ‘Driving and passengering: notes on the natural organization of ordinary car travel‘, in: Mobilities 3(1), pp. 1-23

Strebel, I. (2008) ‘Die Hidden Gardens in Glasgow: Partizipative Stadtgestaltung’, in Stadt und Grün: Gartenbauamt 3, pp. 7-13

2007

( * ) Strebel, I. (2007) ‘Text und Interaktion im Strasseninterview: Eine Geographische Untersuchung’, in: Journal of the Swiss Association for Applied Linguistics 85, pp. 161-180

( * ) Jacobs, J.M., S. Cairns and I. Strebel (2007) ‘ ‘A tall storey … but a fact, just the same’: The Red Road highrise as a black box’, in: Urban Studies 43(11), pp. 609-629

2006

Strebel, I. (2006), Noël Jouenne, La vie collective des habitants du Corbusier. Paris: L’Harmattan. 160pp, in Urban Studies 43 (9), pp.1642-1644

2005

Strebel, I. (2005), Sven Dierig, Jens Lachmund and J. Andrew Mendelsohn (eds), 2003, Science and the City, Osiris 18, 282pp, in: Urban Studies 42(1), pp.179-181

Strebel, I.,(2005), Malcolm Miles, 2004, Urban Avant-Gardes. Art, Architecture and Change. London/New York. 272pp, in: Geographische Review 1(2), pp.121-125

2003

Strebel, I (2003) Die Verwissenschaftlichung der Stadt. Expertisen und Entscheidungsfindung im Stadt-Umbau des 19. Jahrhunderts, PhD dissertation, University of Fribourg

2001

Strebel, I., (2001) ‘Kleine Geografie der Autobahn. Eine Montage’ – ‘Petite géographie de l’autoroute. Montage’ in: J.-L. Cramatte und V. Villiger (eds), On the Road, Christoph Merian Verlag, Basel, pp.183-187

1998

Amphoux, P., Ch. Jaccoud, M. Gehrig, T. Busset and I. Strebel (1998) Le petit véhicule à l’épreuve de la ville: une mutation de l’imaginaire automobile, Final report, Rapport de recherche No 138, EPFL, Department of Architecture, IREC/EPFL, Lausanne

Dissemination activities (selection)

Interview on the book publication ‚Repair Work Ethnographies‘ in „Tribu“, émission sociétale, Radio Télévision Suisse, 22 May 2019.

Visual archive and urban blog, ongoing since November 2016: ‘What Urban Stuff is Made Of’, www.ignazstrebel.net

Interview with Cordula Vielhauer in archithese-Blog, January 2014: ‘Hauswartung. Für Bauten und Bewohnerschaft’, www.archithese.ch/de/ansicht/hauswartung

Article in professional journal, Arch+ 218, 4 December 2014, pp.114-116: ‘Der Hauswart – Warum unsere Städte nicht auseinanderfallen’, www.archplus.net

Interview in Echo der Zeit, SRF, 19 May 2014: ‘Beliebt und verhasst – der Hauswart’

Interview in Wohnen, Verbandsorgan der Wohnbaugenossenschaften Schweiz, March 2014, No 3: ‘“Kaum ein Tag verläuft so, wie er geplant wird”. Ignaz Strebel vom ETH Wohnforum über die vielfältigen Leistungen von Hauswarten’

Newspaper article in Feuilleton Neue Zürcher Zeitung 30 July 2004, pp.33: ‘Die Versteckten Gärten von Glasgow: Stadtdesign auf einem alten Industrieareal’

Video, web-applications and exhibition

Online e-learning tool ‚Guide pour le travail de Master UDAT‘, online Tool for the Students of the Master in Geography Orientation ‚Urbanisme Durable et Aménagement des territoires‘ , Université de Lausanne (Concept and content by I. Strebel, 2018-2019): guideudat.wordpress.com

DVD and online Video ‚Der Hauswart: Warum unsere Städte nicht auseinanderfallen’ (Bulding Care: That’s why our cities do not fall apart), DVD and online Video, concept and realisation: I. Strebel and S. Hofer), Produced by ETH Wohnforum – ETH CASE (2014), 41 min, Swiss German/German, ISAN 0000-0003-C8F2-0000-N-0000-5, watch and download here:
Untertitel Deutsch: http://vimeo.com/ethwohnforum/hauswart
English subtitles: http://vimeo.com/ethwohnforum/building-care

Online platform ‚KONKURADO | Web of Design Competitions’, final output of the CTI-Project ‘Competitions as a Knowledge System’ (Concept and Development: I. Strebel (PI), 2010-2013), in collaboration with 12 partners from the construction industry in Switzerland, three academic institutions and the main competition regulation body in Switzerland (Swiss Society of Engineers and Architects – SIA). IT-Development: Digvis GmbH, Visual concept: Ergonomie & Technologie GmbH. The project team in ETH Zurich has handed over Version 1.0 of Konkurado to its future operator (Foundation ‚Research Design Competitions’) on 5 September 2013.
www.konkurado.ch

E-learning tool for the EU-funded project InterKultur (Asia-Link Programme) the Cultural Studies Department, University of Edinburgh, 2008

ETH Wohnforum – ETH CASE (Website 2009-2014)
www.wohnforum.arch.ethz.ch

The Highrise Project website, (co-designed and co-written multi-media dissemination device with J. M. Jacobs and S. Cairns), 2007
www.ace.ed.ac.uk/highrise

Density Inside Out, international conference website, 2007
www.geos.ed.ac.uk/geography/DensityInsideOut.html

‘Red Road in a Box’ (2011) College of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Edinburgh supported knowledge exchange project, involving Glasgow Museums
www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums

‘213 Concierge Station’ (2006) videogram on the 213 Petershill Drive Concierge Station in Red Road Glasgow, 60 minutes, September 2006