This means that members of the LUS Institute are welcome to use the L200 at no cost. The goal is to encourage ETH students and researchers to experiment in engaging with the city at the street level.
L200 offers an ideal venue for such experiments, including a diverse community of researchers, practitioners, activists, citizens, and non-citizens.
If you are a member of the LUS Institute feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to run your project at L200 and become part of its evolution. You can check our calendar for available time slots and other related events.
Here are a few snapshots of the events organized at L200 by ETH LUS members in 2022.
More than Human Cinema
Jacques Simon dinner
Book as Architectural Project