PLANET MATTERS

A Conference at the Architekturzentrum Wien (Az W)
Fri, 03.09.2021 – Sat, 04.09.2021
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Anna Heringer
The internationally renowned architect Anna Heringer is giving one of the two keynote lectures.
© Photograph: Achim Graf

Anna Heringer, China Bamboo Hostels, Baoxi, China, 2016
The use of non-standard local materials leads to more diversity in urban and rural areas while creating jobs, promoting a fair economy and helping to conserve the planet's ecosystem.
© Photograph: Julien Lanoo

Anna Heringer, Omicron Living Rooms, Vorarlberg, Austria, 2015
Local craftsmen along with development organisations from the global south were involved in the production of living rooms for company staff.
© Photograph: Stefano Mori

Anna Heringer, Anandaloy, Rudrapur, Bangladesh, 2020
The building, which is built of clay and bamboo, houses a centre for people with special needs in combination with a studio for the production of fair trade fabrics (Dipdii Textiles).
© Photograph: Stefano Mori

Anna Heringer, Anandaloy, Rudrapur, Bangladesh, 2020
The strategy for Anna Heringer's projects — whether in a European, Asian or an African context — is to combine the use of local materials and local energy supplies (including for manual work) with global know-how.
© Photograph: Kurt Hoerbst

Holly Jean Buck
Holly Jean Buck is a geographer and environmental social scientist and she is
giving one of the two keynote lectures.
© Photograph: private

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