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Thu, 4/4/2024, 7:00 PM

Hermann Czech in conversation with the younger generation

In his projects, Hermann Czech often refers to historical examples, but not in the sense of a "quotation" or an ingredient. Rather, it is about examples of solutions to similar questions that can be incorporated into his own considerations and become spatially effective. On this evening, architects of a younger generation will reflect on the connection between architectural theory, architectural history and practice, linking their research-based interest in the work of Hermann Czech with their own thinking on design.

Guests: Matthias Moroder and Matthias Baltauf

Matthias Moroder studied architecture at the Architectural Association (AA) in London, art history and philosophy at the University of Vienna and the history and theory of architecture at ETH Zurich. He is co-founder and co-director of "MAGAZIN. Exhibition Space for Contemporary Architecture" in Vienna. He is writing a dissertation on the architectural thinking of Hermann Czech entitled "Hermann Czech. Architectural Theory and Architecture, Transtextuality and Transarchitecturalism". He works together with Sebastian Bietenhader as Büro Bietenhader Moroder.

Matthias Baltauf studied comparative literature at the University of Innsbruck and art history at the University of Vienna and is now studying architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. In two seminars with Prof. Wolfram Pichler (University of Vienna) he dealt with urban planning considerations by Hermann Czech.
Language: German
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