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The “woven” façade of the Agfa high-rise is made of prefabricated concrete and aluminum components.
The “woven” façade of the Agfa high-rise is made of prefabricated concrete and aluminum components.
Photo: Michael Heinrich © Hild und K Architekten
The “woven” façade of the Agfa high-rise is made of prefabricated concrete and aluminum components.

A sense for details

In cooperation with the Architect@Work in Munich, Stylepark invites to the “A@W Lectures”. Renowned architects give insights into their work and will presenting their current projects and themes.
9/10/2017

If you want to know which new textile materials are becoming available and where and how they are used, you need to visit Architect@Work in Munich on September 27 and 28, 2017. In addition to the subject “Textiles in Architecture” of the Architect@Work, renowned architects presenting at the series “A@W Lectures by Stylepark” their current projects and themes - from a façade inspired by a crochet pattern to the application of technical textiles as a building material. In addition, architects, interior architects and planners in the Zenith cultural hall can learn about new fields of application and products.

You can look forward to constructive expert talks and interesting discussions in a pleasant lounge atmosphere. 

Architect@Work Munich
Zenith - Die Kulturhalle
Lilienthalallee 29
80939 Munich

September 27 and 28, 2017
11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

If you register in advance by sending an e-mail to germany@architectatwork.com, then you will receive an invitation code that allows you to get into the exhibition for free. On-the-door admission is 100 euros.

Snacks, sandwiches and drinks are provided in the lounge areas! 

Stylepark is media partner of Architect@Work.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2017

12 noon

“Items of clothing. How textiles influence the work of Hild und K”
 
Matthias Haber of Hild und K Architekten

Matthias Haber is a partner at the architectural firm Hild und K (Munich/ Berlin). Among the projects he will discuss under the heading “Items of clothing” is the Wohnhaus in Aggstall residential project, with its crochet-inspired façade. He will also present other projects the architects have worked on, such as the Forschungsinstitut B.F.T.S. (B.F.T.S. Research Institute), the plaster façade of which is decorated with a tartan pattern, and the concrete and aluminum prefabricated parts that make up the “woven” façade of the Agfa high-rise. One recent example of a façade that is like a piece of clothing is the Büro- und Wohnhaus Schwabinger Tor (Schwabinger Tor office and residential building), which has just been completed.

2 p.m.

“Observing materials, inventing details, composing architecture”

Javier Villar Ruiz of Kengo Kuma and Associates

An intuitive choice of materials and an eye for detail lie behind many of the projects by Kengo Kuma and Associates. An in-depth understanding of the material used plays an important role here. This results in architecture that follows a desire to shape, based on a logic inherent to the material.

4 p.m.

“The Third Space”

Katrin Jacobs, Henn Architekten


For 65 years Henn Architekten has been planning spaces of possibility that foster innovation through communication and create moments that forge identities. For them, the work has long been about far more than just homogeneous landscapes, but rather heterogeneous spaces that form flowing points of reference and intersections and support communication as well as cooperation.

Matthias Haber, Architekturbüro Hild und K
Matthias Haber, Architekturbüro Hild und K
Photo: Wilfried Dechau © Hild und K Architekten
Matthias Haber, Architekturbüro Hild und K
For the façade of the Agfa high-rise, Hild und K designed the railings, pillars and supporting structure in the form of interwoven bands like a fabric.
For the façade of the Agfa high-rise, Hild und K designed the railings, pillars and supporting structure in the form of interwoven bands like a fabric.
Photo: Michael Heinrich © Hild und K Architekten
For the façade of the Agfa high-rise, Hild und K designed the railings, pillars and supporting structure in the form of interwoven bands like a fabric.
Javier Villar Ruiz, Kengo Kuma Architekten
Javier Villar Ruiz, Kengo Kuma Architekten
© Kengo Kuma Architekten
Javier Villar Ruiz, Kengo Kuma Architekten
“Casalgrande Ceramic Cloud” in front of the headquarters of Casalgrande Padana in Italy, Kengo Kuma Architekten
“Casalgrande Ceramic Cloud” in front of the headquarters of Casalgrande Padana in Italy, Kengo Kuma Architekten
© Kengo Kuma Architekten
“Casalgrande Ceramic Cloud” in front of the headquarters of Casalgrande Padana in Italy, Kengo Kuma Architekten
Katrin Jacobs, Henn Architekten
Katrin Jacobs, Henn Architekten
© Henn Architekten
Katrin Jacobs, Henn Architekten
The head office of Continental in Hanover, designed by Henn Architekten, is a single development comprising individual buildings that are linked via bridges.
The head office of Continental in Hanover, designed by Henn Architekten, is a single development comprising individual buildings that are linked via bridges.
© Henn Architekten
The head office of Continental in Hanover, designed by Henn Architekten, is a single development comprising individual buildings that are linked via bridges.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2017

12 noon

“Space – Identity”

Georg Thiersch

As a partner and senior figure at “einszu33”, Georg Thiersch has spent more than ten years pursuing the development of identity within his project work. His conclusion? “Beauty alone” is no longer enough. His presentation revolves around the question of the premises under which a design concept develops, which factors are important and which are perceived as generally applicable trends. Essentially it’s not just about design, but about communication – in the form of brand architecture, employer branding, but also through the process of personal experience and the question of how the context of materials, structures and colors shapes our perception.

2 p.m.

Joachim Stumpp of Raumprobe

“Architektur.Textil – All-rounder Textiles”


Technical textiles push boundaries, whether it’s as reinforcement in new types of concrete or as modern construction material in the form of carbon. Following on from the “materialSchau Architektur.Textil” at Architect@Work, the fascinating diversity of new materials and the possibilities for textile architecture associated with this are presented by means of exhibits.

Georg Thiersch (li.) und Hendrik Müller (re.) von einszu33
Georg Thiersch (le.) und Hendrik Müller (ri.), einszu33
© einszu33
Georg Thiersch (le.) und Hendrik Müller (ri.), einszu33
Powder-coated surfaces and a monolithic counter: the Aesop counter at Alsterhaus Hamburg, designed by einszu33.
Powder-coated surfaces and a monolithic counter: the Aesop counter at Alsterhaus Hamburg, designed by einszu33.
© einszu33
Powder-coated surfaces and a monolithic counter: the Aesop counter at Alsterhaus Hamburg, designed by einszu33.
Joachim Stumpp, RaumProbe
Joachim Stumpp, RaumProbe
© Joachim Stumpp
Joachim Stumpp, RaumProbe
Jacquardfabric "Origami 7.0 270791" by Gebrüder Munzert GmbH & Co KG.
Jacquardfabric "Origami 7.0 270791" by Gebrüder Munzert GmbH & Co KG.
© RaumProbe
Jacquardfabric "Origami 7.0 270791" by Gebrüder Munzert GmbH & Co KG.