Creative Exchange 2019
The three day event at the Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO) in Ljubljana will again represent the most insightful annual gathering around European architecture, and showcase ideas and trends for the future development of architecture and the profession.
The Focus Talks, on the first day of the event, will feature Giovanna Borasi, chief curator at the CCA and editor of the book The Other Architect. The keynote speakers at the conference will also be architects who run well established practices today, but develop them in a constant search for alternative architectural tools and strategies: Gustavo Utrabo, Aleph Zero architects, RIBA International Prize 2018 winners; Freek Persyn, 51N4E Architects, European Urban Public Space Prize 2018 winners; and Špela Videčnik, OFIS Architects. The Focus Talks will be chaired by Mika Savela, editor-in-chief of the Finnish Architectural Review and 2016 Future Architecture Alumni.
The Matchmaking Conference will feature 25 selected emerging creatives that have submitted their ideas to the Future Architecture Call for Ideas 2019 and winners of the Fundació Mies van der Rohe Young Talent Architecture Award 2018.
Over the course of the event, the Future Architecture Fair will provide a forum for architects or architecture offices, institutions, producers, curators and other professionals to present their projects, connect and meet partners for projects and stay abreast of the latest developments in architecture.
Wednesday, 13 February 2019
|10.00–19.00||FUTURE ARCHITECTURE FAIR|
|14:00 - 15:00||EU Mies Award 19 - Announcement of Finalists|
European Commission, Director of Culture and Creativity
Fundació Mies van der Rohe, Barcelona (E)
Mika Savela, Editor-in-Chief at Finnish Architectural Review
Architect, Co-Founder and Principal at 51N4E Architects
|16:00 ||Gustavo Utrabo|
Architect, Co-Founder and Partner at Aleph Zero, Specialist in National History and Literature - Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná
|16:30 ||Špela Videčnik|
Architect, Co-Founder and Principal at OFIS Architects, Visiting Professor at Harvard GSD, Boston, USA
|17:15||Giovanna Borasi |
Architect, Editor, Author of The Other Architect and Chief Curator at the CCA
|18:00 ||Discussion, moderated by Mika Savela|
Giovanna Borasi, Gustavo Utrabo, Špela Videčnik, Freek Persyn
|20.00||Guided tour of the exhibition Living with Water – Southern Fringe of Ljubljana with the curatorial team and Welcome Drinks|
Thursday, 14 February 2019
|10.00–19.00||FUTURE ARCHITECTURE FAIR|
Presentation by 24 members and their events as part of the European Architecture Programme 2019.
Forecast Platform, Berlin; POLIS University, Tirana; Bureau N, Berlin; dpr-barcelona
|10.30||Conferences & Talks |
VI-PER, Prague; Fundació Mies van der Rohe, Barcelona; Design Biotop, Ljubljana; KAF, Pristina; Eesti Arhitektuurimuuseum, Tallinn
|11.15||Workshops & Schools|
Lisbon Architecture Triennale; DAI-SAI, Pula; Copenhagen Architecture Festival; Oslo Architecture Triennale
Fundaçao Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon; MAO, Ljubljana; S AM, Basel; HDA Graz; Muzeum Architektury, Wroclaw
Tbilisi Architecture Biennial (Tinatin Gurgenidze, co-founder and artistic director)
Architektūros fondas Vilnius (Julija Reklaite, co-founder and artistic director)
|14:00||Living with Water – Southern Fringe of Ljubljana|
Guided tour of the exhibition with one of the curators, Damjan Kokalevski
5 projects from Russia envisioning the Future of Architecture with Strelka Institute
Viktoria Khokhlova (RUS), Arctic Present: The Case of Teriberka
XOPA (RUS), Xuxula: Informality as a Method
Lion & Unicorn (RUS), The Virtual Russian Pavilion
Nikolay Stulov (RUS), Plugged in Autonomy
Archifellows (RUS), The Part
|17.00||Future Architecture Fair Cocktail Dates|
Friday, 15 February 2019
|10.00–19.00||FUTURE ARCHITECTURE FAIR|
Presentations by selected multi-disciplinary emerging professionals about their transformative projects related to our living environments. Future talents will talk about their completed projects, theoretical or conceptual propositions for spatial, social or cultural innovations and discuss about the future of architecture.
|10.00||Annual Reflections Summary, Giovanna Borasi, CCA, Montreal (CA)|
Outsider, Outsider, Ljubljana (SLO)
F.A.T., Forum for Architecture Theory, Zürich (CH)
Unsent Postcard, Giorgia Scognamiglio & Lorenzo Zandri, London (UK)
Curriculum Revolution, Charlotte Malterre-Barthes, Dubravka Sekulić, Zürich (CH)
Eurotopia, Traumnovelle, Brussels (B),
|11.50||Planning New Contexts|
Perdido (Lost), Julio Gotor Valcárcel, Basel (CH)
Neue Bauakademie Berlin, Hendrik Brinkman, Berlin (DE)
Spaces like Actions, M. Ferrari, C. Gallizioli, M. G. Milani, Borgo Valsugana (I)
The beautiful Ruins We are made of, Sonja Dragovic, Podgorica (MNE)
Art(i)leria, Elian Stefa, Tirana (AL)
|14.30||In the Laboratory|
Architecture through the butterfly effect, Benart Shala, Prishtina (KS)
Shift, SHIFT, Berlin (DE)
Visual Mediations, para-sight, Nicosia (CY)
The Crimson Clouds, Sequel, Vojtěch Rada, Prague (CZ)
It's time for an Architecture of De-Growth, Klodiana Millona, Rotterdam (NL)
The 0.75 Scale, Meisje Trabajo, Amsterdam (NL)
Expansion as the second Layer of the City, nopurpose collective, Rotterdam (NL)
Hope on Water, SO?, Istanbul (TR)
Working with the 99%, Ateliermob, Lisbon (PT)
A Seat at the Table, Urban Works Agency, San Francisco (USA)
|17:10||Towards a Reparations Ecology|
Logistics Landscapes, K. Frejlachova, M. Pazdera, T. Riha, M. Spicak, Prague (CZ)
Under Construction, Norell/Rodhe, Stockholm (S)
Deplorable Framework, Matthew Gregorowski, London (UK)
(UN)just Peace, Lodovica Guarnieri, Rotterdam (NL)
Queer Nature, Céline Baumann, Basel (CH)
Admission is free of charge, you are welcomed to join us at any point of the event.
The Beautiful Ruins We're Made Of
A story about lived pasts and (im)possible futures of buildings and their communities.
Logistics, wrapped in, and supported by architecture is both connecting and dividing Eastern and Western Europe.
“Curriculum Revolution” calls for a complete makeover for the architecture school and its curricula toward a fairer future of the discipline.
It's time for an Architecture of De-Growth
The Possibility of an Architecture of Alternative to the current Dominance of Economic Growth
Working with the 99%
The right to architecture as an obligation to be politically engaged in the social and spatial transformation
The Crimson Clouds: Sequel
Illustrated Novel, where the real blurs and fictional becomes more immersive.
How does architecture deal with emerging visual media and their impact on subjective experience?
A Seat at the Table
A series of tables invites visitors to witness and perform collective decision-making on the city.
Fables and Constructions
Mosaic of fictional reports covering experiences and stories by imaginary users of the selected architectural projects
Spaces like Actions
Spaces like Actions is a collective research project over the cultural components of space.
Alternative narratives of spaces and architectures to reimagine the future of tourism
The demilitarisation of an abandoned bunker island becomes fertile ground for creative settlements.
An exploration of the (neo)colonial economies connected to the spaces of international justice.
The 0.75 Scale
The Netherlands, the country with the tallest people in the world, needs to think about scaling down
Reconsider the perception, governance, and inhabitation of the British countryside after Brexit.
Expansion as the second Layer of the City
Research on alternative forms of affordable housing in Taipei by re-interpreting its self build spaces
F.A.T. IS A HORIZONTAL TEACHING-LEARNING PROGRAM BASED ON AN OPEN DEBATE ABOUT FUNDAMENTAL TOPICS CONCERNING ARCHITECTURE.
Architecture through the butterfly effect
The phenomenon whereby a minute localized change in a complex system can have large effects elsewhere, experiencing it in architecture throughout history.
Under Construction imagines a city that is constantly being rebuilt using the same stock of materials.
Neue Bauakademie Berlin
A contribution to the ongoing debate on reconstruction by a nascent architect
The project displays a new approach to the heritage, recovering spaces as an urban infrastructure.
Hope on Water
Istanbul has privatized its public spaces which were supposed to be used after earthquake, can water be the solution?
This ongoing investigation explores the little known, disregarded, and rare intimate behaviour of nature. It questions the place of queerness in the society in general and in the architectural world in particular.