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Accompanying Program: Flying Classrooms

06.03.2011 to 30.05.2011

Accompanying Program: Flying Classrooms


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mo, 30.05.2011
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sat, 28.05.2011
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Accompanying Program: Flying Classrooms

2020 Visions for the Schools of Tomorrow
Lecture and Discussion

Date: Wed, Apr 13, 19:00
Venue: Architekturzentrum Wien - Podium

Visions for the schools of tomorrow: there is no lack of slogans - from individually tailored open learning to de-schooling and virtual educational settings. But which of the visions are desirable, what spatial concepts and architectural solutions are required for their realisation? All of this is discussed in a panel discussion with architects, teaching experts, educational scientists and pupils.

19:00 welcom adress
Dietmar Steiner, director of the Az W,
19:10 Jens Guldbæk, co-founder of LOOP, lecture
19.40h Diskussion
Agnieszka Czejkowska, university professor of art and culture pedagogy
Mirjam Hutyra, pupil, GRG 21 Schulschiff
Günter Mik, teacher, VS Stiftgasse
Pirjo Nenonen, teacher, BRG Kandlgasse
Marta Schreieck, architect
moderated by Christian Kühn, chairman of the Architekturstiftung Österreich

In German language


The Gudrunstrasse Campus Competition

Mar 31 to Apr 11, 10:00-19:00
Venue: Architekturzentrum Wien - Hall F3
Opening: Mar 31, 19:00
Free admission!

The new 20,000 sqm educational campus on the grounds of the central train station is to represent a pilot project for 0 to14 year-olds with a kindergarten, a primary school and a secondary school. A didactic spatial concept with a catalogue of the qualities required in its realisation was worked out in cooperation with teaching experts as the basis for the open two-stage competition. The projects submitted to the competition and selected for the 2nd stage are presented in the exhibition, and form the starting point for a discussion on current trends in Viennese school building.

19:00 Dietmar Steiner, director of the Az W, welcome address
19:10 Maria Vassilakou, Executive City Councillor for Urban Planning, Traffic & Transport, Climate Protection, Energy and Public Participation 
19:20 brief lecture on the winning project 

19:40 discussion
Werner Schuster, head of the high-rise construction group for the Vienna planning authorities
Christine Spiess, MA10
Karin Schwarz-Viechtbauer, director of the ÖISS
a representative for the winning project
Albert Wimmer, chairman of the competition jury
moderated by Barbara Feller, Architekturstiftung Österreich

Event in German language


sundays 243: the school of the future

Sun, Mar 06, 13:00-17:00
Venue: Architekturzentrum Wien - Alte Halle

The exhibition, conceived by Christian Kühn, Antje Lehn and Renate Stuefer and supplemented in cooperation with the Az W, addresses the interrelationship between the architectural space and teachers and teaching. It provides everybody directly or indirectly involved with education and its spatial requirements with an opportunity to explore the treatment of space playfully in full-scale installations, and to develop their own visions for the school of the future.
Following a tour of the exhibition, the sonntags excursion includes a guided tour by the curators to recent examples in and around Vienna.
The sonntags excursion takes in new examples in the city of Vienna following the curators\' guided tour.

tour guide: Gudrun Hausegger



(c) Renate Stuefer

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