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Munich Edition 2024

July 04, 2024, 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm CEST

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We are thrilled to announce a new event in Munich in July 2024! 

On Thursday, November 23, at 7 pm at Miralles Saal in Hamburg, we will bring together three prominent architects to celebrate the 8th anniversary of our format. Our guest speakers will talk about their personal experiences and the influences that impacted them as architects in the most important creative periods in their lives:

Daniel Libeskind, Studio Libeskind, New York, www.libeskind.com
Herwig Spiegl, AllesWirdGut, Vienna / Munich, www.awg.at
Annabelle von Reutern, Architect and climate activist.

This event is kindly supported by Equitone, Graphisoft Nord, Schüco, Artemide and TARGOBANK Geschäftskunden.

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Program live

1.
18:00

“Doors open” & Get-Together

2.
19:00 – 19:10

Welcome

3.
19:10-21:00

Speakers (20-minute talk & 10-minute interview)

4.
21:00 – 21:20

Round table discussion & Q&A

5.
21:20 – 23:00

Get-Together & Fingerfood

Let’s explore circular building together

The challenge of our generation is to build with a lighter impact. Knowing that the building industry is key to tackling climate change, we as a façade material producer want to do more than just transform our materials. By 2030, we want to forge new and innovative partnerships, trailblaze transparency across the value chain and establish a sustainability council of external experts to stay on track to full circularity.

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Formbares Licht: La Linea von Artemide

Als minimale Präsenz oder als ausdrucksstarkes grafisches Element – La Linea lässt Innen- und Außenbereiche verschmelzen.
Der extrem biegefähige Lichtschlauch punktet durch absolut homogenes Licht mit hohem Wirkungsgrad.
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„Archicad bringt uns an den Puls der Zeit.“

Büros wie Bayer Architekten wechseln zu Archicad. Die Nürnberger vollziehen damit auch den Generationswechsel von Gründer Willi Bayer zu Tochter Maximiliane und Sohn Felix. Maximiliane Bayer: „Mit Archicad bringen wir das Büro an den Puls der Zeit.“
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Schüco International KG

Schüco entwickelt und vertreibt innovative Systemlösungen für Fenster, Türen und Fassaden. Zusätzlich bietet der Gebäudehüllenspezialist Beratung und digitale Lösungen für alle Phasen eines Bauprojektes an. Als eines der führenden Unternehmen der Bauindustrie verfolgt Schüco das Ziel, als Vorreiter für ganzheitliche Nachhaltigkeit einen aktiven Beitrag zur Verwirklichung von Klimaneutralität und Kreislaufwirtschaft im Bauwesen zu leisten.
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TARGOBANK – Rückenwind für Selbstständige

Seit mehr als 90 Jahren stehen wir als Bank unseren Kunden zur Seite, über 3,6 Millionen Privat-, Geschäfts- und Firmenkunden vertrauen uns. Als Geschäftsbank unterstützen wir Selbstständige und Freiberufler mit einem einfachen Produkt- und Serviceangebot. Die TARGOBANK gehört zur französischen Genossenschaftsbank Crédit Mutuel Alliance Fédérale, eine der größten Banken Europas.
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The event venue

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Silent Green Kulturquartier is an event venue and independent project that has found a unique home in Berlin in the historic premises of the former crematorium in Wedding. The heart of silent green is the Kuppelhalle, with its 17 meter tall dome. The architectural layout, pyramid-shaped mansard roof, and the historical terrazzo floor of the hall make it a distinctive venue that instantly turns every event into an extraordinary experience.

About the Speakers

Polish-American architect, Daniel Libeskind, is an international figure in architecture and urban design. Informed by a deep commitment to music, philosophy, and literature, he aims to create architecture that is resonant, original, and sustainable. He established his architectural studio in Berlin, Germany, in 1989 after winning the competition to build the Jewish Museum in Berlin. In February 2003, Studio Libeskind moved its headquarters from Berlin to New York City to oversee the master plan for the World Trade Center redevelopment, which is being realized in Lower Manhattan today. As Principal Design Architect for Studio Libeskind, he speaks widely on the art of architecture in universities and professional summits. His architecture and ideas have been the subject of many articles and exhibitions, influencing the field of architecture and the development of cities and culture.

www.libeskind.com

 

Herwig Spiegl, together with colleagues Andreas Marth, Friedrich Passler, Christian Waldner, and Ingrid Hora (until 2002), founded the architectural firm AllesWirdGut in 1999, with headquarters in Vienna and Munich since 2015. Their work spans various scales, from urban planning to interior design, and has earned numerous national and international awards, particularly in innovative residential construction. Their guiding principle: Good architecture need not be costlier; it should be more functional. His career path includes architectural studies at TU Wien, studies in Montreal, and the Bartlett School of Architecture. He co-founded AllesWirdGut ZT GmbH in Vienna in 1999 and later expanded to Munich in 2015. He is a member of the Design Advisory Board for Stuttgart and has delivered numerous lectures and exhibitions at home and abroad. His journey exemplifies the enduring impact of visionary architecture.

www.awg.at

 

Annabelle von Reutern is an architect and climate activist, currently responsible for business development at Concular. After completing her studies at RWTH Aachen and TU Berlin, she worked for several years in architectural firms in Cologne. She is a member of Architects for Future and serves as a board member of the Association for Building in Existing Structures. “Without a construction revolution, there will be no climate revolution. Circular construction and the use of existing resources from existing structures will lead the industry in that direction. The question is not whether the form of availability must follow, but how quickly we can implement this design principle,” says Annabelle.

 

Daniel Libeskind, Studio Libeskind, projects:
Jewish Museum
Photography: Hufton+Crow
Ground Zero Master Plan
Photography: Joe Woolhead
Nokia Arena
Photography: Hufton+Crow
Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
Photography: Hufton+Crow
Military History Museum
Photography: Hufton+Crow
Kö Bogen
Photography: Matthias Kunde
National Holocaust Monument
Photography: Doublespace Photography
Zlota 44
Photography: Hufton+Crow
Zhang Zhidong Museum
Photography: Hufton+Crow
PWC Tower CityLife
Photography: Hufton+Crow
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Herwig Spiegl, AllesWirdGut Architektur, projects
Perlach Plaza
Photography: tschinkersten fotografie
FUNKE Media Office
Photography: tschinkersten fotografie
Kapellenhof Residential Complex
Photography: tschinkersten fotografie
Umbau Gösserhalle
Photography: tschinkersten fotografie
HOL Bruckner Tower Linz
Photography: Faruk Pinjo
Wohnquartier Ludlstraße
Photography: Michael Radeck
Agnes und Albrecht
AllesWirdGut
Guthaus
Photography: tschinkersten fotografie
Technisches Verwaltungsgebäude
Visual: bloomimages
Waterdrop
Photography: tschinkersten fotografie
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Annabelle von Reutern, Concular, projects
Impact Hub Berlin at CRCLR House - LXSY Architekten
Photography: Studio Bowie
Stadion C - ASP Stuttgart
Photography: Concular
Biennale Venezia
Photography: Arch+
Koop Triqbriq
Photography: Triqbriq
Urban Mining Hub
Photography: Concular
LXSY Architekten
Hochschule Augsburg
Photography: HsA Mathias Leo
Volkswohnung
Photography: Concular
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