4th International Architecture Symposium Pontresina / Switzerland

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4th International Architecture Symposium Pontresina / Switzerland

Postby Paul Clerkin » Thu Aug 09, 2001 7:12 pm

Architecture in the form of dialogue
4th International Architecture Symposium Pontresina/Switzerland
12 to 14 September 2001

This year's Symposium is taking shape from 12 to 14 September 2001. The programme promises three very varied and exciting days in Pontresina, not far away from St.Moritz. It offers not just a basis for intense discussions but serves the participants also an important platform to establish new relations at an international level.

The topics and speakers at this year's Symposium:

12th of September: The Thames as the key to the revitalisation of London
Maxwell Hutchinson (architect, London), Fred Manson (Head of Urban Regeneration, Southwark Council/London), Alfred Berger from Berger + Parkkinen (architect, Vienna), Helen Stevenson (writer, London), Will Alsop (architect, London), Maria Ossowski (moderation, Baden-Baden/D)

13th of September: The city's poor belt: Dialectics of poverty and nobility
Hanspeter Gschwend (journalist and writer, Ticino/CH), Sergio Benvenuto (philosopher, Rome), Alfredo Brillembourg (architect, Caracas), Hubert Klumpner (architect, Caracas), Andrew MacNair (architect, Amsterdam/New York), Wolf D. Prix from Coop Himmelb(l)au (architect, Vienna), Hans Bsch (town planner and writer, Bergn/CH), Maria Ossowski (moderation, Baden-Baden/D)

14th of September: Movement & Mobility. New concepts for real and virtual space
Hani Rashid from Asymptote (architect, New York), Winy Maas from MVRDV (architect, Rotterdam), Bart Lootsma (architecture historian), Thom Mayne from Morphosis (architect, Los Angeles), Kristin Feireiss (moderation, Berlin)

The latest and completed information about our event please find at <http://www.archisymp.com>http://www.archisymp.com
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