Talk: Frauen Bauen Stadt. The city through a female lens

14.10.2021 | 18:30 - 20:30
die Angewandte, Vordere Zollamtsstraße 7, 1030 Wien

Frauen Bauen Stadt - The City Through a Female Lens, curated by Katja Schechtner and Wojciech Czaja, takes a look at the city of tomorrow and explores the questions: To what extent will the city of the future be tailored to the wishes and needs of women? And what role do female architects and urban planners play in this?

 

Talk: Frauen Bauen Stadt. The City Through a Female Lens

Programme:

18:30  Welcome
Gerald Bast, Rector die Angewandte
Katja Schechtner and Wojciech Czaja, curators

18:45  Opening Ceremony
Kurt Hofstetter, IBA_Vienna
Kathrin Gaál, Deputy Mayor and City Councillor for Women and Housing

19:00  Keynote
Jane Hall, Assemble

19:30  Respondence
Bärbel Müller in conversation with Jane Hall and the curators

20:15  Book presentation
Frauen Bauen Stadt
The City Through a Female Lens
Birkhäuser Verlag

20:30 Closing
 

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