Munich, Germany SteinHaus Workshop and Symposium 2012 organized by Professor Mark Mack September 29, 2012
This event in Munich, Germany celebrates the act of architectural resistance in a time of so called austerity and developer driven expectations.
Is architectural innovation dead?
What are the trends of architecture resistance?
Can and should architects engage in social cultural change or stick to aesthetic issues?
What is Anti-Norm of today?
International students, architectural educators and practicing professionals will discuss these issues and more during a workshop and a symposium in Munich
Gunther Domeng’s SteinHaus (which numbers among the key works of experimental architecture, is one of the most striking examples of Domeng’s (1934-2012) uncompromising search for an individual form of expression, and also a convincing example for his unabated resistance) presents a unique background for this architectural event “Never Again Resistance?” and will examine the role of the architect and what it means to be a student of architecture today.
For information please contact Mack@ucla.edu
Co-Founder of architecture and design Atelier marcosandmarjian, director Bartlett School of Architecture London
Architect Sao Paolo/Los Angeles
Principal of Xefirotarch, Director of Graduate program at SCI-Arc
Architect, Principal of Peter Ebner and Friends, Mexico City/Dubai/Moscow, Guest Professor UCLA Architecture and Urban Design
Kurt W. Forster
Founding Director of the J. Paul Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles; Director 9th Architecture Biennale, Venice; Professor Yale
Principal of Mack Architects, Venice, CA; Professor UCLA Architecture and Urban Design, Los Angeles
Design, Curator-at Large, Art/Architecture/Media
Director Emeritus MAK Vienna/Los Angeles, 1986-2011
Architect, Board of Directors, Haus Der Architektur, Klagenfurt