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Lecture Markus Bader (Raumlabor) and Martin Krogh (ADEPT)

vrijdag 24 maart, 17:00
Lecture Markus Bader (Raumlabor) and Martin Krogh (ADEPT)

Markus Bader (Raumlabor)

Raumlabor is a collective of architects working at the intersection of architecture, city planning, art and urban intervention. In various forms, Raumlabor explores what roles architecture and architects can play in the twenty-first century. Seeing architecture as a form of agency rather than a collection of objects, they have experimented with forms of city-making based around diverse forms of knowledge exchange: assembling, constructing, baking, recycling, dancing and more. All of which took place within schools, workshops and other educational formats. These are open, learning-by-doing pedagogies in collaborative settings and testing spaces for cooperative urban futures. Markus Bader is a founding member of Raumlabor and professor of design and building planning at the Berlin University of the Arts. 

Floating Berlin (formerly called Floating University Berlin), a Natureculture Learning Site, 2018-present.

Making Futures School, Haus der Statistik, Berlin, 2019.

Martin Krogh (ADEPT)

ADEPT is a circular design practice, pushing users, clients, the profession and the world around us towards a deeper responsibility for the limited global resources.They have been involved in various education buildings, one of them being New Aarch, the new Aarhus School of Architecture. New Aarch was designed as an incubator for architectural experiments, workshop-based learning and unplanned synergies between students. The building is organised as a city within a building, rich in diverse programmes within a quite simple industrial framework. People outside the school can use various sections of the building and the open space throughout the building allows students and the public to interact.

New Aarch, Aarhus, 2017-2022.

Time: 17.00h

Location: Rotterdam Academy of Architecture, Pieter de Hoochweg 129.

Free entrance, register here.

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