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'REWORKING ARCHITECTURE', seminar

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CINARK: Reworking architecture, A seminar on sustainable tectonics
Seminarrækkens sigte er at anvise og diskutere mulige veje mod en mere fleksibel og bæredygtig byggeindustri. En byggeindustri, som i højere grad er i stand til at optage innovation, anvende nye teknologier og imødekomme nye behov. Seminarrækken vil foregå over tre tirsdage fra kl. 14-17 i november/december 2009.

– Læs mere på CINARKs hjemmeside eller download programmet (pdf).

– Arrangementet er gratis. Tilmelding er ikke nødvendig, men af hensyn til planlægning må du/I gerne sende en mail til rikke.muller@karch.dk eller svare på denne mail, hvis I allerede nu ved at I vil deltage. Alle er velkomne!

Dato: 24.11 – 08.12.09 Sted: Kunstakademiets Arkitektskole, Auditorium 5
Tidspunkt: Kl. 14-17 Arrangør: CINARK

Temaer og oplægsholdere vil være:

Tirsdag 24. nov. TEMA – Patchwork:
“Patch-work” will investigate architectural creation as a combination of independent systems. Based on the theories of the architects Kieran/Timberlake, where the contemporary architectural object is seen as constructed of individually optimised systems, “quilting”, we discuss the notion of the well-defi ned interface as a platform for sub-supplier-innovation and resource-optimization.

James Timberlake (USA), Arkitekt, partner hos KieranTimberlake
Søren Nielsen (DK), Arkitekt, partner hos Tegnestuen Vandkunsten
Jan Buur Frederiksen & Ask Hesselager (DK), proceskons. hos Enemærke & Petersen
Peter Bertram (DK), Arkitekt PhD, adjunkt på KA

Tirsdag 1. dec. TEMA – Trashwork:
”Trash-work” questions the common practice of architectural design, which seeks processes and materials that can fulfi l or adapt to the architectural vision. Turning this strategy upside-down, we discuss what happens if the visions instead were created based on what is available after the disassembly of existing constructions. Databases listing recycled materials and components exist on a local scale, but more global networks of recycled material fl ows are imminent. Can we imagine a new practice, based on an ever–changing supply of salvaged building materials?

Jan Jongert (NL), Arkitekt, partner hos 2012Architecten
Jan Brandis (DK), Brandis Nedrivning, Fmd. for Nedbryd.sek. i Dansk Byggeri
Trashformaciones (ES), Kunstnerkollektiv
Anne Sigrid Nordby (N), Arkitekt PhD, Post Doctor, NTNU

Tirsdag 8. dec. TEMA – Autowork:
“Auto-work” has automated building production as its startingpoint. Traditionally, construction incorporating
craft-based processes means labour-intensive production, and in contemporary high-complexity construction a high number of involved companies. Parametric production and automated construction can (re)create a more directly linked connection between design and production and give architect and engineer new possibilities and control of individual solutions.

Fabian Scheurer (CH), Computer Scientist hos Design to Production
Henrik Menné (DK), Kunstner
Kai-Uwe Bergmann(DK), Arkitekt, Dir. of intl. business development hos BIG
Erik Werner Petersen (DK), Arkitekt, Professor på Arkitektskolen i Aarhus

 

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