Roundtable discussion Daily Life in Exile / Architectures of Arrival, Roundtable discussion

Tür, Dresdner Damaskus-Zimmers Museum für Völkerkunde Dresden, Türornamente restauriert und unrestauriert, Copyright Foto: Yasser Shretah Tür, Dresdner Damaskus-Zimmer, Museum für Völkerkunde Dresden, Türornamente restauriert und unrestauriert, Copyright Foto: Yasser Shretah

Fri, 21.10.2016

Goethe-Institut Damascus in Exile

A roundtable discussion about questions and visions of the architecture of arrival focuses on various aspects of arrival. How can Syrian planners in Germany get involved? What local initiatives are successful in this and what discussions develop? What is the current state of initiatives for protecting cultural heritage and rebuilding in Syria?

Everyday Life in Exile:
Tony Al Arkan – Refugee Academy
Prof. Ralf Niebergall – Vice-President of the German Federal Chamber of Architects
 
Arrival Architecture of:
Lore Mühlbauer, Architect and urban planner, publications on refugee construction
Julian Schubert, Something Fantastic, designer of the German Pavilion at this year’s Architecture Biennial in Venice, Making Heimat. Germany, Arrival Country.
Yasser Shretah, Architect, association for Syrian architecture and culture

Reconstruction and Protection of Cultural Assets:
Prof. Mamoun Fansa – Archaeologist, museum director, inkl. Task Force Rebuilding Aleppo
 
Moderation: Nicolette Baumeister

In cooperation with the Federal Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation, Construction and Nuclear Safety (BMUB).

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