OLE W Dr. FISCHER, Dipl. Arch. ETH portrait
  • Associate Professor, School Of Architecture

Current Courses

Fall 2020

Spring 2020

Professional Organizations

  • European Architectural History Network. 01/01/2014 - present. Position : Member.
  • Society of Architectural Historians SAH. 03/01/2009 - present. Position : Member.

Courses I Teach

  • ARCH 3210 - Global History of Architecture I
    ARCH 3210 & ARCH 6210 survey lecture course “Global History of Architecture I: From First Societies to the Italian Renaissance“, Bachelor of Science in Architecture Program
  • ARCH 3211 - History Survey of World Architecture II: 1600–
    ARCH 3211 & ARCH 6211 survey lecture course “Global History of Architecture II: Baroque to Now…“, Bachelor of Science in Architecture Program
  • ARCH 4270 - Intro Architectural Theory and Criticism
    ARCH 4270 survey lecture course and writing lab “Architectural Theory and Criticism: Thinking Architecture“, Bachelor of Science in Architecture Program
  • ARCH 4999 - Honors Thesis
    Advisor Honors Thesis: Independent Research in History, Theory, and Criticism of Architecture, Undergraduate Honors Program, University of Utah
  • ARCH 6237 - Seminar History of Architecture: 1990–Now
    “Architecture Now? – 12 exemplary case studies of contemporary design”
  • ARCH 6237 - Seminar History of Architecture: Modernism
    "Forever Modern? – Exemplary case studies of modernist architecture"
  • ARCH 6239 - Seminar History of Architecture: Postmodernism
    “Postmodernism revisited: Exemplary case studies of postwar architecture”
  • ARCH 6271 - Seminar Contemporary Theory of Architecture
    "Atmospheres and Green Hedonism – Contemporary Architecture between Installation Art and Climatic Design"
  • ARCH 6271 - Seminar Contemporary Theory of Architecture
    “Architecture, Power, Criticality? – Buildings between affirmation, counter-culture and dirty realism”
  • ARCH 6271 - Integrated Advanced Studies Contemporary Theory
    ARCH 6271 advanced studies contemporary theory seminar integrated graduate experience with urban design studio, Master of Architecture and Master of City Metropolitan Planning Program
  • ARCH 6815 - Graduate Research Methods
    ARCH 6815 Graduate Research Methods integrated with ARCH 6014 Graduate Studio Research Methods: lecture, writing lab, and graduate design studio, Master of Architecture Program

Small Group Teaching

  • Honors Thesis Advisor for individual research projects in history, theory and criticism of architecture.  10/01/2018  -  04/08/2019
  • Honors Thesis Advisor for individual research projects in history, theory and criticism of architecture.  10/01/2016  -  04/25/2017
  • Honors Thesis Advisor for individual research projects in history, theory and criticism of architecture.  10/01/2015  -  04/25/2016
  • Honors Thesis Advisor for individual research projects in history, theory and criticism of architecture.  10/01/2013  -  04/07/2014