Symposium „Afritecture - Exchanging Knowledge“

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Symposium „Afritecture - Exchanging Knowledge“

"Afritecture - Exchanging Knowledge"

Donnerstag, 14. November 2013 von 18.00 Uhr bis 20.00 Uhr (Keynote)
Freitag, 15. November 2013 von 9.00 Uhr bis 19.00 Uhr (Symposium)
Pinakothek der Moderne, Ernst von Siemens-Auditorium, Barerstraße 40, 80333 München
Veranstalter: Architekturmuseum der TU München
Teilnahme kostenfrei, Anmeldung erforderlich

Mit Unterstützung von CAD-Solutions - GRAPHISOFT Center München/Nordbayern/Regensburg

Afritecture Exchanging Knowledge

Lesley Lokko - "The Culprit is Culture"

1. Panel: Hands on Architecture
Luyanda Mpahlwa (South Africa) - "Design for Social Change"
Baerbel Mueller (Austria) - "...and it becomes something else"
Jimmy Kilonzi (Kenya) - "The Skills Centre - Nairobi; reflections on the experiences of international exchange in construction"
Respondent: Killian Doherty (Rwanda)

2. Panel: Expanding Urbanism
Thorsten Deckler (South Africa) -"Leaving Architecture Behind"
Angela Mingas (Angola) - "Multiple dimensions of Musseques"
Koku Konu (Nigeria) - "My Lagos"
Respondent: Naeem Abbas Biviji (Kenya)

3. Panel: Learning from Africa
Nabeel Hamdi, (England) - "Practice in the Mess of Informality"
Alen Jasarevic, (Germany) - "The Islamic forum in Penzberg - a Route description"
Alexander Hagner (Austria) - "Learning by Doing"
Respondent: Doung Anwar Jahangeer (South Africa)

Other participants:
Jean Jacques Kotto (Cameroon)
Bisrat Kifle Woldeyessus (Ethiopia)
Comlan Ambroise Adjamagbo (Togo)
Günther Klix (Tanzania)
Issa Diabaté (Ivory Coast)
Susanne Hofmann (Germany)

What relevance does socially committed architecture have in Africa and what can the global North learn from the buildings constructed in Sub-Saharan Africa? These and other questions will be discussed in the symposium that will take place at the Ernst von Siemens-Auditorium in the Pinakothek der Moderne. Architects and clients alike will introduce the projects designed and initiated by them and share their long-lasting experiences. The Architekturmuseum der TU München together with the Goethe-Institute Sub-Sahara Africa and the Bavarian Chamber of Architects will hold a three-panel discussion, featuring international guest speakers to address central aspects of the exhibit, such as participation and urbanization.