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Symposium “Positions”

Posted on 5. January 2012 by kristienring

The exhibition “Emerging Identities EAST” opens with the two-day long symposium.Architects and architectural experts from the participating countries will introduce current trends and debates. Very different positions will be discussed and allow comparison on both a regional and international level. The main goal of the conference is to develop and present new perspectives and conclusions to the international media. The symposium provides a platform for deepening contacts and dialogue to continue communication and cooperation on a long-term basis.

25+26. 11. 2005 at the DAZ in Berlin

PROGRAM: Friday, November 25, 2005

Welcome by Kaspar Kraemer, President BDA

Moderation by Kristien Ring

GERMANY

Matthew Griffin (Deadline) Berlin “DIY Architecture”

Bernd Bess (Bernd Bess Architekten) Berlin „Reflector“

Nicolaus Knebel (Knebel & Von Wedemeyer) Berlin „Ten Tracks“

POLAND

K. Banaszewski, M. Kuciewicz, I. Sczesny (CENTRALA) Warsaw “Warsaw, City of Transition: Changing Condition of Warsaw seen by artists, architects, and urban designers”

Piotr Smierzewski, Darius Herman (HS99 Herman i Smierzewski) Warsaw “The discreet charm of province”

Krysztof Ingarden (Ingarden & Ewy Arch.) / Krakow “Sending Messages“

Lukas Marciniak, R. Konieczny (KWK Promes Arch) Katowice, “Transformation of the Polish Cube”

SLOVENIA

Marco Studen (Scapelab) Ljubljana “Territory Known As”

Mika Cimolini + Igor Kebel (Elastik) Ljubljana “Critical Geometry”

Spela Videcnik (OFIS Arhitekti) Ljubljana “OFIS Report”

Saturday, November 26, 2005

Welcome by Kaspar Kraemer, President BDA

Moderation by Kristien Ring

SLOVAKIA / CZECH REPUBLIC

Igor Kovačević, Yvette Vaśourkova (CCEA Center for Central European Architecture) Prague, “Young Czech Architects”

Pawel Wachnicki (C+HO_aR + Tomáš Pejpek) Szezcin, “Thinking and Spacing”

HUNGARY

Andor Wesselényi-Garay (editor “ATRIUM”) Budapest “Opposite Phenomena – Public Spatiality and private Materiality: Postorganic Architecture in Hungary“

Zsolt Gunther (3h office for architecture) Budapest “Mainstream versus Off-Stream. Strategies on the Periphery”

Adam Somlai-Fischer (aether architecture) Budapest “Programmable Matter – Social Change”

Földes László (Földes és Társai Építésziroda Kft) Budapest

Péter Kis (Kis Péter Architects) Budapest

LATVIA / LITHUANIA

Janis Lejnieks, (journalist) / Riga, Juris Poga (Arhitekts Juris POGA) Riga „New Trends in Riga“

Cynthia Markhoff, Oskars Redsbergs, Jürgen Wassink (STANDARDSITUATION) Riga, Frankfurt a.M.,

Rolandas Palekas (R.Paleko ARCH studija) Vilnius

ESTONIA

Siiri Vallner (Kavakava) / Indrek Peil (Head Architects) Tallinn “Absence – works and concepts”

Andrus Köresaar, Tallinn “Old Factories – New Urban Centres in Tallinn”

Open Forum

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