Make no mistake architecture is in crisis, no matter how much and what gets built today. More sharply formulated, one should speak in the plural of multiple and possibly interrelated crises. What are these? What are the underlying reasons? What are the ramifications for practice and education? What are the consequences for the built environment? Are there any promising ways forward out of these crises? Are there suitable examples? How can these be embedded in adequate theoretical and methodological framework?
Michael HENSEL, “Crunch Time: Confronting the current Crises of Architecture”
7.00 pm / Lichthof 2
University of Applied Arts Vienna
Oskar Kokoschka-Platz 2
1010 Vienna, AUSTRIA