ARCHIPHOENIX - Faculties for Architecture

Program

 

Tuesday 9 September 2008

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Dinner event for Biennale participants


Wednesday 10 September 2008

FORMING FACULTIES

 

Thursday 11 September 2008, 11 - 18 hrs

ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS


11.00-12.00
BEYOND THE PROFITABLE SIMPLICITY INTO THE SOCIETAL SUSTAINABILITY
WHY WE MAKE - Is there another drive to practice beyond economic pragmatics?

Alejandro Aravena, Elemental, Santiago de Chile
Jeanne van Heeswijk, Rotterdam
Kai Vöckler, Archis Intervention Prishtina, Berlin

Moderator: Ole Bouman, NAI, Rotterdam

 

12.15-13.15
BEYOND THE ARTIFACT
WHAT WE MAKE - What is the product or the outcome of architecture beyond building?

Matthias Rick / Markus Bader, Raumlabor, Berlin
Lorenzo Romito / Francesco Carreri, Stalker/Osservatorio Nomade, Rome
Daniel van der Velden, Metahaven, Amsterdam

Moderator: Peter Lang, Texas A&M Santa Chiara Center, Environmental Design Theorist, Rome/New York

 

13.30-14.30 LUNCHBREAK

 

14.30-15.30
BEYOND THE SINGULAR INTO THE COLLABORATIVE
HOW WE WORK - How to shift from the genius to operating in the reality of network society?

Tomislav Medak, Multimedia Institute and Marko Sancanin, Platforma 9.81, Zagreb
Markus Miessen, Studio Miessen, co-editor of ‘Did Someone Say Participate?’, London
Damon Rich, Center for Urban Pedagogy, New York

Moderator: Joseph Grima, Store Front Gallery, New York

 

15.45-16.45
BEYOND POWER, TO EMPOWERMENT

FOR WHOM WE MAKE- Who are the new clients emerging that architecture must address?
Teddy Cruz, Studio Teddy Cruz, San Diego

Eyal Weizman, Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths, London
Andreas Ruby, critic, theorist, curator, Berlin

Moderator: Miguel Robles - Duran, Berlage Institute / TU Delft, Cohabitation Strategies, Rotterdam

 

17.00-18.00
BEYOND THE SUSTAINABLE: CHALLENGING THE FLOW OF RESOURCES, MATERIALS AND PEOPLE WHAT IT TAKES TO MAKE (AND UN-MAKE) - What would radical ecology imply for architecture?
Pliny Fisk III, Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, Austin Texas
Jan Jongert, 2012 Architects, Rotterdam
François Roche, R & SIE (n), Paris

Moderator: Piet Vollaard, ArchiNed, Smart Architecture Foundation, Rotterdam

 

18.00 - 19.00
Presentation + drinks
Sustainability Reader - a collaboration of the magazines Abitare, Milan and Volume, Amsterdam

 

Friday 12 September 2008, 11 - 18 hrs

SPEED DATE MARATHON

Adopt a faculty for architecture - 25 speakers interviewed.

 

Contributors by: Andre Dekker (Observatorium), Piet Vollaard (ArchiNed), Jeroen van Schooten (Meyer&VanSchooten), Gian Piero Frassinelli (Superstudio), Robert Winkel (Mei Architecten), Elma van Boxtel & Kristian Koreman (ZUS), Ivan Kucina, Sasa Ostan, Field operations, NL Architects, ZUS, Ecosystema Urbano, Ivan Kucina, Aleksandar Sasa Ostan, Fantastic Norway, Malkit Shoshan (FAST), Lidewij Edelkoort (Design Academy Eindhoven), Matthijs Bouw (One Architecture), Allard Jolles, MAP office, Remy Ramaekers (Droog Design), Ton Venhoeven, Shumon Basar, Cecilia Andersson, Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss (Normal Office), Networked Cultures, Ole Bouwman (NAi), Mark Wigley (Columbia University), International Festival, Winy Maas, John Thackara (Doors of Perception) and Mels Crouwel.

In conversation with: Jord den Hollander, architect and filmmaker, Amsterdam

 

18.00 Opening by Liesbeth van der Pol, chief government architect of the Netherlands

 

Saturday 13 September 2008, 11 - 18 hrs

KEYNOTE SPEAKER MARATHON

 

11.00-12.00
BEYOND THE SINGULAR INTO THE COLLABORATIVE:
HOW WE WORK - How to shift from the genius to operating in the reality of network society?

Andrew Bullen, Media Guild, Amsterdam

 

12.00-13.00
BEYOND THE PROFITABLE SIMPLICITY INTO THE SOCIETAL SUSTAINABILITY
WHY WE MAKE - Is there another drive to practice beyond economic pragmatics?
Douglas Slater, historian and political theorist, London, UK

 

13.00-14.00
Announcement international architecture competition: BUILDING FOR BOUWKUNDE
Visions on architecture education

Ronald Plasterk, Dutch Minister for Education, Science and Culture.
Also present: Wytze Patijn, dean Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology and Ole Bouman, director NAi, Rotterdam.

 

14.00-15.00
BEYOND POWER, TO EMPOWERMENT

FOR WHOM WE MAKE - Who are the new clients emerging that architecture must address?

Héctor Torres Casado, vice-minister of Planification and Consumption of the Ministry of Peoples Power for Housing and Habitat of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

 

15.00-16.00
BEYOND THE SUSTAINABLE: CHALLENGING THE FLOW OF RESOURCES, MATERIALS AND PEOPLE

WHAT IT TAKES TO MAKE (AND UN-MAKE) - What would radical ecology imply for architecture?

John Thackara, Doors of Perception, Montpellier / London
followed by book launch: Italian edition of ‘In The Bubble’

 

16.00-17.00
BEYOND THE ARTIFACT
WHAT WE MAKE - What is the product or the outcome of architecture beyond building?

Irit Rogoff, Goldsmiths, University of London, London

 

17.00

Official opening in the Giardini by Biennale director Aaron Betsky

 

18.00-19.00

Book presentation ‘The Model and its Architecture’ and drinks
Patrick Healy and the Delft School of Design

 

Sunday 14 September 2008, 11 - 18 hrs

FUTURE FACULTY

http://www.futurefaculty.org

If you could design architectural education from the ground up, how would you envision it to be?

Join the workshop and lecture series:
(Re)Think and Design Architectural Education

 

10.30 – 11.00
Registration and opening
Day coordinator: Leslie Kavanaugh, Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology

 

11.00-11.15
Introduction,Wytze Patijn, dean Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology


11.15-13.00
Lecture, Michael Shamiyeh, DOM Research Laboratory, Kunstuniversitaet Linz

Lecture,Wolf D. Prix, Coop Himmelb(l)au, University of Applied Arts Vienna

Lecture, Andrew Bullen, The Media Guild, Amsterdam
 
13.00-16.00
Workshop 
 
16.00-17.00
Feedback
Moderator, Ole Bouman and lecturers.

 

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