CONF: Graz Architecture Lectures (Graz, 21 May 2015)

Graz Architecture Lectures (Graz, 21 May 2015)
TU Graz, Rechbauerstraße 12, HS I, 8010
09.15    Stefan Peters: Begrüßung
Allison Dutoit (Kopenhagen): Cities for People
Ido Avissar (Paris, Versailles): LIST/recent projects
Matthias Böttger (Linz, Berlin): spekulation/transformation
11.30    Kaffeepause
11.50    Stephan Trüby (München): Architektur und Ökonomie
Ole W. Fischer (Salt Lake City, Wien): After Modernity? Preliminary Thoughts on the Post-      Contemporary
13.10    Mittagspause
14.30    Alexander Hagner (Wien): Architektur anders
Axel Buether (Wuppertal): Gestaltungsprinzipien einer Farbensprache der Moderne
Wilfried Kuehn (Berlin): KOMUNA FUNDAMENTO
16.30    Kaffeepause
16.50    Johanna Meyer-Grohbrügge (Berlin, New York): For a different kind of relationship
Gernot Riether (Marietta/Georgia): The Digital Design Build Studio
Russell Loveridge (Zürich): Collaborative Design Fabrication
19.00    Empfang Siegfrid Nagl

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