Final Reviews at Studio Hani Rashid
Thursday 28th & Friday 29th of January 2021
Starting both days at 2pm CET
This semester’s topic is “The Message is the Medium - An architecture for art as provocation” and focuses on designing a Center for Contemporary Art, located in New York City.
Guests (alphabetical order)
Lise Anne Couture, Sille Pihlak, Wolf D. Prix, Indrė Umbrasaitė
Live Stream Thursday: https://youtu.be/nSgapzjt4gA
Live Stream Friday: https://youtu.be/dsyDG5OH7_k
Final Reviews at Studio Greg Lynn
January 27, 6 pm (CET) "Moving People and Air" with guests David Gerber, Pippo Ciorra, Yara Feghali, and Matt ConwayYou can join via https://youtu.be/hRTQ4o9DKa4
IoA Thesis WinterTerm 2020/21
Thursday, 21st of January
4:30 – 6:30 pm
Diploma Reviews Studio Rashid
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Diploma Reviews Studio Lynn
Friday, 22nd of January
3:00 – 5:00 pm
Diploma Reviews studio díazmoreno garcíagrinda
Jury: Greg Lynn (Head), Matthias Boeckl, Klaus Bollinger, Mario Carpo, Brian Cody, Cristina Díaz Moreno & Efren García Grinda, Baerbel Mueller, Karin Raith, Hani Rashid
External guests: Kristy Balliet, Sanford Kwinter
Final Reviews at Studio díazmoreno & garcíagrinda
Guests on Monday, January 18th: Monia de Marchi, Jiminez Lai, Curtis Roth
Guests on Tuesday, January 19th: Jiminez Lai, Jonas Lundberg
Experts: Thomas Madreiter, Andreas Trisko, Bernhard Steger,
Silvia Hofer, Raimund Gutmann, Georgine Zabrana, Mara Reinsperger, Michael Rosenberger, Stefan Sattler, Josef Hutter, cuulbox
forA on the Urban
It is a great pleasure for us to introduce forA on the Urban to you, which we developed on the initiative of Gerald Bast this year and which gets public this week via a first Open Call.
Within the architectural field and relatable disciplines, there is a rich and diverse tradition of the academic journal that has shaped and inspired discourse on the built environment. Experimental and self-reflexive, forA on the Urban will contribute to this tradition with an international journal that materialises through an acute engagement with this discourse to ultimately emerge with cutting-edge, collectively conceived reflections and ideas on the built and lived environment.
The specificity in this approach resides in the openness of understanding the making of a journal as an ecosystem of different formats, contributions, and content, evolving around a forum based on a triple-legged presence composed of a discursive online platform, a series of yearly events, and a printed physical artefact.
Towards the journal launch of issue#0 we are seeking contributions for an Open Call until January 8, 2021.The call addresses individuals and groups, academics, practitioners and students who work in the spatial disciplines. It is open – but not limited to – architects, urbanists, artists and scientists, as much as to scholars from the humanities who investigate the present and (possible) future of urban processes, conditions and challenges through theoretical, practical and artistic reflection.
forA on the Urban is rendered possible by Die Angewandte, conceptualized and produced by the Institute of Architecture, edited by Gerald Bast, Andrea Börner, Cristina Díaz Moreno & Efrén García Grinda, Baerbel Mueller and supported by an international advisory board: Tom Avermaete, Margitta Buchert, Nerea Calvillo, Mario Carpo, Filip de Boeck, Teresa Galí-Izard, Mario Gandelsonas, Andrew Herscher, Sandi Hilal, Nikolaus Hirsch, Lesley Lokko, Mpho Matsipa, John McMorrough, Peter Mörtenböck, Helge Mooshammer, Alessandro Petti , Philippe Rekacewicz, Curtis Roth, Saskia Sassen, AbdouMaliq Simone, Ines Weizmann.
For more info, please visit: forA-ontheurban.net