Czech Republic and Hungary
Posted on 4. January 2012 by kristienring
“Tendencies: Current Positions in Czech and Hungarian Architecture” The event series, accompanying the exhibition „Emerging Identities – EAST!“, introduces current postitions of the contemporary architectural scene of the “new” EU countries in Central and Eastern Europe.
“Contemporary Architecture in the Czech Republic” Prof. Ing. arch. Vladimír Šlapeta (CTU, CZ)
“Czech architecture as a (new) communications system “ Dr. Richard Nemec (STAVBA, CZ)
Presentations by Adam Somlai-Fischer (aether architecture, HU) and László Földes (FÖLDES & Co. Ltd, HU)
Renowned architectural expert Prof. Ing. arch. Vladimír Šlapeta, Vice Director of the department of architecture at Akademie der Künste Berlin and Vice Rector for International Relations at Czech Technical University Prague, will introduce current developments in Czech architecture and discuss them with architecture critic Dr. Richard Nemec (STAVBA).
The Hungarian architectural scene will be represented by two very active offices from Budapest. Adam Somlai-Fischer (aether architecture) and László Földes (FÖLDES & Co. Ltd) introduce projects and working approaches.
A collaboration of DAZ, Collegium Hungaricum and Czech Point.
German Center for Architecture DAZ, Köpenicker Strasse 48/49, 10179 Berlin, Taut Auditorium // 08.02. 2006, 7 pm
Curated by: Kristien Ring
Communication and PR: Franziska Eidner
Team: Andrea Nakath, Andreas Schleuder
In cooperation with the Embassies, Cultural Institutions, Planning Departments and Architects of the individual countries.