The min2max international architecture symposium, curated by Ilka & Andreas Ruby of textbild, is a two-day event where architects, artists, and activists will discuss design solutions to the pressing issue of keeping housing affordable and livable.
The event, which will take place on the weekend of the 10th -11th of December, will bring together some of the leading practitioners and theoreticians devoted to housing and architecture, including Anne Lacaton (Lacaton & Vassal Architects), Alfredo Brillembourg (Urban Think Tank), ELEMENTAL from Chile, Pier Vittorio Aureli (AA, London), Jacob van Rijs (MVRDV) and Diébédo Francis Kéré (Kéré Architecture), among many others. Panel discussions will be moderated by Carson Chan (PROGRAM), Michael Kimmelman (New York Times), and Joseph Grima (DOMUS). More information on the event after the break.
Berlin-based architects, artists, and theoreticians include Arno Brandlhuber (brandlhuber+), Christopher Roth (80*81), Matthias Einhoff (ZKU: Kunstrepublik), Marco Clausen (Nomadisch Grün: Prinzessinengarten), Tim Edler (realities:united: Flussbad), Daniela Brahm & Les Schliesser (ExRotaprint), Christian Schöningh (Die Zusammenarbeiter: Spreefeld), Oliver Clemens (Clemens Krug Architekten: Bauen für’s Syndikat), Sascha Zander (Zanderroth Architekten: Architekturökonomie) and Christian Posthofen (Akademie c/o: Berliner Tafel).
The symposium is free of charge; however, you are kindly asked to RSVP at their website here.