Architecture provides structure and form, creates spaces, and directly influences various areas of human existence as a designed
environment. It impacts on emotions, perceptions, as well as behavior, and enables collective and individual experiences.
If, however, as is the case nowadays, virtues are undergoing fundamental changes, this in turn will have an influence on notions
of quality of life and the challenges architecture will be confronted with in the future. The symposium will discuss the added value architecture can already create for better living today. At the same time, it dares
to look ahead in order to formulate hypotheses on possible scenarios and design tasks to shape the future. #spaceandexperience
Venue: MAK Lecture Hall Entrance: Weiskirchnerstr. 3, 1010 Vienna Language: English Admission: Free and open to the public but registration is required. Registration for the symposium includes access to all sessions,
lunch, and refreshments.
For more information on the VIENNA BIENNALE FOR CHANGE 2019 and especially the exhibition SPACE AND EXPERIENCE: Architecture for Better Living, please visit viennabiennale.org
10–10:30 a.m. Check-In / Coffee WELCOME 10:30–10:45 a.m. Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, General Director, MAK Heimo Scheuch, CEO, Wienerberger INTRODUCTION & OPENING REMARKS 10:45–11 a.m. Nicole Stoecklmayr, Scenes of Architecture, Vienna SESSION I: MATERIALITY, ECOLOGY, AND THE DESIGN OF ATMOSPHERES 11 a.m.–1 p.m. Gert Kwekkeboom (Civic Architects, Amsterdam) Brian Cody (Energy Design Cody, Graz) Claudia Pasquero (ecoLogicStudio, London) Discussion 1–2 p.m. Light Lunch KEYNOTE LECTURE 2–3:30 p.m. tbd
3:30–4 p.m. Coffee Break SESSION II: PARTICIPATION, HOSPITALITY, AND THE DESIGN OF COMMUNITIES 4–6 p.m. Mark Neuner (mostlikely, Vienna) Petra Petersson (Realarchitektur, Berlin) Chieh-Shu Tzou & Gregorio Lubroth (Tzou Lubroth Architekten, Vienna) Discussion Closing Remarks & Outlook 6 p.m. End of symposium // please note schedule is subject to change //