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Az W Classic: Karl Mang is 90. A Celebration

28.11.2012 to 28.11.2012

Az W Classic: Karl Mang is 90. A Celebration

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Az W Klassik: Karl Mang ist 90. Ein Fest

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wed, 28.11.2012

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Az W Classic: Karl Mang is 90. A Celebration

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Date: Wed, Nov 28, 19:00
Location: Architekturzentrum Wien - Podium
Tickets: Admission free!
in German language

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A doyen of Viennese architecture turns 90. Karl Mang celebrates his birthday on October 5 - the Az W congratulates him and then holds a party!

Karl Mang (born 1922) studied at the Technische Hochschule in Vienna and in 1954, together with this wife Eva Mang-Frimmel, opened his office in Vienna. Innumerable designs for shop fitting-outs, exhibitions as well as numerous trade fair buildings bear witness to his intensive examination of the history of furniture-making. His interest in the social aspects of building forms an important part of Karl Mang\'s oeuvre.

Program: 

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Welcoming address: Dietmar Steiner, Director Az W
Introduction: Walter Stelzhammer, architect, President of the Chamber of Architects and Consulting Engineers for Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland
Manfred Nehrer, architect, former president of the Künstlerhaus Wien (1996 - 2006)
Josef Ostermayer, State Secretary at the Federal Chancellery
Lecture: Markus Kristan, curator Albertina Wien
Followed by: discussion between Markus Kristan, Manfred Nehrer and Karl Mang

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A cooperative venture between the Chamber of Architects and Consulting Engineers for Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland, and the Az W


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