Talking Architecture #1
Energy, Time and Place
The first edition, held at the Kiefer Pavilion at PLANTA in November 2013, addressed the perspectives of Energy, Time and Place.
How should architects better close material cycles?
Why has self-sufficiency become a mandatory requirement of architecture?
Architecture should deal with time rather than space.
How should architects approach the theme of time from social and political relations that architecture raises?
How is the architecture established in a site?
How can architecture fit into a place?
Architect and urban planner born in Switzerland. Founder, together with Ann-Sofi Rönnskog, of Territorial Agency.
Currently responsible for the Master’s degree of the Goldsmiths Research Architecture Centre, University of London.
Founder of Claus in Kaan Architecten, together with Felix Claus. Subsequently, in 2014, KAAN Architecten together with Vincent Panhuysen and Dikkie Scipio.
Award-winning architect, writer, lecturer and teacher. Director of Architectural Research at the Faculty of Architecture and Built Environment at the University of Westminster.
Vice Dean and Director of International Programs and Full Professor in History, Theory and Criticism at the School of Architecture and Urbanism at Tongji University.
Professor of Architecture and Art History at the University of Continuing Education in Algeria. He works as a stage architect for the Algerian Ministry of Culture and is responsible for government exhibitions.
The first edition was held at the Kiefer Pavilion in November 2013.