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Hot Questions – Cold Storage

Hot Questions – Cold Storage

The new Permanent Exhibition at the Architekturzentrum Wien: Going against the current trend for increasing economic constraints on their collections, the new Permanent Exhibition of the Az W sets standards in the production and sharing of knowledge.

date: 25.02.2024 to 29.10.2024
place: Architekturzentrum Wien

Panel discussion: Room at the Top? Who Writes the History of Archi­tecture?

Panel discussion: Room at the Top? Who Writes the History of Archi­tecture?

Renate Wagner-Rieger (1921– 1980) was the first woman to hold a chair as a professor at the Department of Art History in Vienna, in 1971. Her groundbreaking research project on the Vienna Ring Road initiated a reevaluation of the era of Historicism. By asking uncomfortable questions, women’s research set trends that contributed significantly to redefining the discipline.

date: 28.02.2024
place: Architekturzentrum Wien

Workshop (6–99): Archikids "What Do Architects Do?"

Workshop (6–99): Archikids "What Do Architects Do?"

An architect designs buildings that should be stable, practical and beautiful. So an architect has to have many skills: drawing plans, calculating costs, negotiating with clients and, in the meantime, increasingly ensuring that the whole construction site, including the materials and machinery, does not produce too much CO2.

date: 09.03.2024
place: Architekturzentrum Wien

Exhibition: Toourism

Exhibition: Toourism

How can we rethink tourism in an era of climate crisis, wars, the threat of further pandemics, a shortage of skilled labour and an ongoing energy crisis, and steer it in a more sustainable direction? What is the role that spatial planning and architecture are playing in this? The exhibition sheds light on key aspects of tourism, such as mobility, city tourism, interdependencies with agriculture, climate change, the privatisation of natural beauty and the change in accomodation typologies, and explores the question of whether and how tourism development is planned. Above all, however, the exhibition looks at the potential for transformation.

date: 23.03.2024 to 09.09.2024
place: Architekturzentrum Wien

Guided tour: Toourism

Guided tour: Toourism

How can we rethink tourism in an era of climate crisis, wars, the threat of further pandemics, a shortage of skilled labour and an ongoing energy crisis, and steer it in a more sustainable direction? What is the role that spatial planning and architecture are playing in this? The exhibition sheds light on key aspects of tourism, such as mobility, city tourism, interdependencies with agriculture, climate change, the privatisation of natural beauty and the change in accomodation typologies, and explores the question of whether and how tourism development is planned. Above all, however, the exhibition looks at the potential for transformation.

date: 26.03.2024
place: Architekturzentrum Wien

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