26.05.2018 – 25.11.2018
The Architecture of the Common Ground
16th Venice Biennale of Architecture
The Programme in Architecture, European Urbanization and Globalization, in collaboration with the Luxembourg Center for Architecture (LUCA), is curating the Luxembourg Pavilion at the 16th Biennale of Architecture in Venice.
ARCH+ features 75: Performing Architecture. The Property Issue
ARCH+ features 75: Performing Architecture. The Property Issue. With Marco Baravalle, Arno Brandlhuber, Roberta Da Soller, Monika Gintersdorfer, Florian Hertweck, Knut Klaßen, Anh-Linh Ngo, Andrea Rumpf.
S.a.L.E. Docks, Venice.
Arch+ Features 73:
The Property Issue
Arch+ Features 73: The Property Issue with Oana Bogdan, Arno Brandlhuber, Florian Hertweck, Marjia Maric, Christopher Roth.
Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin.
Book and WebTV launch
Launch event of three Web TV stations with Zarinah Agnew, Sandra Bartoli, Arno Brandlhuber, Siddhartha Lokanandi, Niklas Maak, Can Onaner, Christopher Roth, and others. Expect one-pot cooking by TV chef Li Zhenhua, participating students from the ETH Zurich, and the book launch of Positions on Emancipation.
“Eco-Construction for Sustainable Development” research project
Florian Hertweck and Marielle Ferreira Silva participate in the three years research project “Eco-Construction for Sustainable Development” directed by Danièle Waldmann together with the Suisse Federal Laboratories of Materials Science and Technology (Empa) of ETH Zurich.
31.03.2017 – 01.04.2017
Positions on Emancipation
To what extent is architecture able to take into account the complexities of the socio-political, economical, ecological and cultural aspects of the production of space under globalised urbanisation?
Florian Hertweck gives his inaugural lecture at the University of Luxembourg: “Qu'est-ce que l'architecture et à quoi ça sert ?”
Sassen aims to uncover the broader systemic logic behind novel forms of migratory flows, tracing them within the multiscalar and often extreme contexts that generate them.
01.09.2016 – 10.09.2016
Architecture and Migration
Held at Schengen, the Summer School aims to look into the issue of the impact that the various forms of migration might have on urban planning and architecture and how architects and city planners can get involved in approaches to integrate migrants and refugees.