Which Theater for which City? Part 2
6:15 pm
online

Panel Discussion

Which Theater for which City? Part 2

Frankfurt's theater is currently on the verge of setting a course that will shape it significantly well into the 21st century: What should the buildings, in which the city subsidized…

Real Estate Poetry
7:00 pm
online

Lecture

Real Estate Poetry

Marija Marić

Could texts on buildings and cities, written to sell, be considered as a new and unexpected source of poetry? This lecture will discuss the production of architecture in a global…

Under Glass Bells: Passages between literature, architecture, and material culture.
Which Theater for which City? Part 1
6:15 pm
online

Panel Discussion

Which Theater for which City? Part 1

Frankfurt's theater is currently on the verge of setting a course that will shape it significantly well into the 21st century: What should the buildings, in which the city subsidized…

Reframing design: Oswald Mathias Ungers’ City metaphors
4:00-6:00 pm
online

Seminar

Reframing design: Oswald Mathias Ungers’ City metaphors

Cornelia Escher

Cornelia Escher teaches the history and theory of architecture at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. She received her doctorate in 2014 from the ETH Zurich. Subsequently she was a postdoctoral fellow in…

City Metaphors. How Architects and Urbanists Conceptualize Cities
The Corporation and the Conception of Modern Space. Consolidating the Research Perimetral Walls
Architecture in a Real-Estate-Media Complex
Letters/Architecture
2:45pm-4:00pm
online
in German

Project presentation

Letters/Architecture

Markus Dauss

This study re- and deconstructs discourses that understand architecture as writing, and also illuminates the opposite side of this intermedial metaphor, namely the notion of architecture as an image. With…