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Technical Symposium

14th –15th January 2015, PHÖNIXHALLE

There will be three presentations per day. The first one will be a technical presentation providing background information. This will be followed by a work report that will provide an insight into what a colleague is currently up to. The final block will look at trends and current and visionary topics.

Time Topic Speaker Vita
12 p.m. Snack
12.30 – 2.00 p.m. Tours of the exhibition (every 30 min.)
2.00 – 2.30 p.m.

Material jump Prof. Bernd Benninghoff

Professor at the Mainz University of Applied Sciences, Design Department
http://www.materialimpuls.ia-mainz.de
Furniture designer and interior architect, professor at the Mainz University of Applied Sciences, Design Department. He has been designing products, exhibitions and spaces independently since 2000. In his project series "material inspiring design", he experiments with materials to find their potential for use in interior design in cooperation with industrial companies.
2.40 – 3.10 p.m.
One-offs and mass production Dipl.-Ing. Oliver Witan

netzwerkarchitekten, Darmstadt
www.netzwerkarchitekten.de
Founder, Managing Director and Partner of netzwerkarchitekten GmbH, winner of the BDA "Young Architects in Hessen" award. In addition to judging a variety of awards, the office specialises in structural engineering and civil engineering, planning transport networks, project management and coordination of interdisciplinary working groups and collaborating on projects with artists.
3.20 – 3.50 p.m.
The past, present and future of the use of materials Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Hannes Bäuerle

raumPROBE, Stuttgart
www.raumprobe.de
Mr. Bäuerle studied mechanical engineering and interior architecture. He founded raumPROBE in 2005. He helps planners with questions related to materials with the most extensive materials exhibition in Stuttgart (materialAUSSTELLUNG) and the online materials database materialDATENBANK. He has taught at a variety of universities. He shares his enthusiasm for materials in talks and presentations for training schemes.
4.00 – 5.00 p.m. Tours of the exhibition (every 30 min.)
5 p.m. End of the event

28th –29th January 2015, Messe

There will be three presentations per day. The first one will be a technical presentation providing background information. This will be followed by a work report that will provide an insight into what a colleague is currently up to. The final block will look at trends and current and visionary topics.

Time Topic Speaker Vita
12 p.m. Snack
12.30 – 2.00 p.m. Tours of the exhibition (every 30 min.)
2.00 – 2.30 p.m. Material jump Prof. Bernd Benninghoff

Professor at the Mainz University of Applied Sciences, Design Department
http://www.materialimpuls.ia-mainz.de
Furniture designer and interior architect, professor at the Mainz University of Applied Sciences,
Design Department . He has been designing products, exhibitions and spaces independently since 2000. In his project series "material inspiring design", he experiments with materials to find their potential for use in interior design in cooperation with industrial companies.
2.40 – 3.10 p.m. One-offs and mass production Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Rudolf Schricker

Interior architect and Designer, Coburg University of Applied Sciences
www.innenarchitektur-schricker.de
BDIA Interior Architect, Designer; studied at State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart, Vice President of the BDIA since 2011, mentor for the Master's degree programme in Design, applied research in interior architecture; author of numerous books and articles, publicist. Appraiser for a variety of accreditation processes since 1999; juror. Professor at the Coburg University of Applied Sciences since 2002.
3.20 – 3.50 p.m. The past, present and future of the use of materials Prof. Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Timo Leukefeld

Energy expert
www.timo-leukefeld.de
Specialist in the energy requirements of the homes of the future. He is a freelance (energy) consultant for political entities, businesses, communities and builders. He is an honorary professor at Saxony University of Cooperative Education, Glauchau University of Cooperative Education and Freiberg University of Mining and Technology and gives lectures in solar energy and self-sufficient buildings.
4.00 – 5.00 p.m. Tours of the exhibition (every 30 min.)
5 p.m. End of the event

4th –5th February 2015, Hanns-Martin-Schleyerhalle

There will be three presentations per day. The first one will be a technical presentation providing background information. This will be followed by a work report that will provide an insight into what a colleague is currently up to. The final block will look at trends and current and visionary topics.

Time Topic Speaker Vita
12 p.m. Snack
12.30 – 2.00 p.m. Tours of the exhibition (every 30 min.)
2.00 – 2.30 p.m. IDENTITY.SPACE.EMOTION
Zlatko Antolovic

Architect, University of Stuttgart
www.coastoffice.de
Founder of COAST OFFICE ARCHITECTURE in Stuttgart. The interdisciplinary international architectural firm designs, plans and implements projects in the fields of architecture, interior architecture, museum and exhibition design and brand architecture. In 2014 COAST won the ICONIC AWARD and the GERMAN DESIGN AWARD was for "Excellent Communication Design".
2.40 – 3.10 p.m. Form is irrelevant if you know what you are doing Dipl.-Ing. Arnold Walz

Architect
www.designtoproduction.com
One of the first architects in Europe to develop parametric and associative CAD models for the structural planning of geometrically demanding architectural designs. Founded the company "designtoproduction" to complement his earlier theoretical work with aspects of industrial, computer aided production.
3.20 – 3.50 p.m. "Lighter going forward" - sustainable Materials for visionary architecture Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Arch. Armin Dietmar Rogall

Architect, Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts
www.ourstudio.de
Professor Rogall teaches architecture at the Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts. He is an expert on environmentally friendly construction and is a researcher in the field of sustainable material systems. He sits on the jury for various architectural competitions and is part of the German government's coordination committee "Energy economy and heat retention".
4.00 – 5.00 p.m. Tours of the exhibition (every 30 min.)
5 p.m. End of the event

25th –26th February 2015, Schuppen 52 A

There will be three presentations per day. The first one will be a technical presentation providing background information. This will be followed by a work report that will provide an insight into what a colleague is currently up to. The final block will look at trends and current and visionary topics.

Time Topic Speaker Vita
12 p.m. Snack
12.30 – 2.00 p.m. Tours of the exhibition (every 30 min.)
2.00 – 2.30 p.m. Corporate Architecture - Constructed Identity Dr.-Ing. Jons Messedat

Architect & Industrial Designer, Cologne University of Applied Sciences
www.messedat.de
Architect & Industrial Designer. After studying with Sir Norman Foster, he earned his doctorate at the Bauhaus University in Weimar. He is part of the jury panel for a number of competitions and has authored a variety of publications. He teaches the "brand in space" module as part of Cologne University of Applied Sciences' master's degree in Corporate Architecture. He will be speaking on the constructed identity of companies.
2.40 – 3.10 p.m. No divide - how digital fabrication is moving the line between planning and construction: examples from our experience and future prospects. Lena Kleinheinz

Architect, Ostermann&Kleinheinz
www.magmaarchitecture.com
Founder of magma architecture. Her office planned the renovation of the Al Qasba Theatre in Sharjah and the Shooting arenas for the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics in London. In addition to her design work, Kleinheinz also gives lectures and teaches at universities. She taught at the Technical University of Munich (TU München), Chalmers University in Gothenburg and was a visiting professor at the Detmold School of Architecture and Interior Design.
3.20 – 3.50 p.m. "Lighter going forward" - sustainable Materials for visionary architecture
Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Arch. Armin Dietmar Rogall

Architect, Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts
www.ourstudio.de
Professor Rogall teaches architecture at the Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts. He is an expert on environmentally friendly construction and is a researcher in the field of sustainable material systems. He sits on the jury for various architectural competitions and is part of the German government's coordination committee "Energy economy and heat retention".
4.00 – 5.00 p.m. Tours of the exhibition (every 30 min.)
5 p.m. End of the event

3rd – 4th March 2015, Frankenhalle

There will be three presentations per day. The first one will be a technical presentation providing background information. This will be followed by a work report that will provide an insight into what a colleague is currently up to. The final block will look at trends and current and visionary topics.

Time Topic Speaker Vita
12 p.m. Snack
12.30 – 2.00 p.m. Tours of the exhibition (every 30 min.)
2.00 – 2.30 p.m. Corporate Architecture

Dr.-Ing. Jons Messedat

Architect & Industrial Designer, Cologne University of Applied Sciences
www.messedat.de
Architect & Industrial Designer. After studying with Sir Norman Foster, he earned his doctorate at the Bauhaus University in Weimar. He is part of the jury panel for a number of competitions and has authored a variety of publications. He teaches the "brand in space" module as part of Cologne University of Applied Sciences' master's degree in Corporate Architecture. He will be speaking on the constructed identity of companies.
2.40 – 3.10 p.m. The future is inside. Contemporary drywall in all its diversity Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Rudolf Schricker

Interior architect and Designer, Coburg University of Applied Sciences
www.innenarchitektur-schricker.de
BDIA Interior Architect, Designer; Studied at State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart, Vice President of the BDIA since 2011, mentor for the Master's degree programme in Design, applied research in interior architecture; author of numerous books and articles, publicist. Appraiser for a variety of accreditation processes since 1999; juror. Professor at the Coburg University of Applied Sciences since 2002.
3.20 – 3.50 p.m. "Lighter going forward" - sustainable Materials for visionary architecture Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Arch. Armin Dietmar Rogall

Architect, Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts
www.ourstudio.de
Professor Rogall teaches architecture at the Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts. He is an expert on environmentally friendly construction and is a researcher in the field of sustainable material systems. He sits on the jury for various architectural competitions and is part of the German government's coordination committee "Energy economy and heat retention".
4.00 – 5.00 p.m. Tours of the exhibition (every 30 min.)
5 p.m. End of the event

11th –12th March 2015, Alte Schmiedehallen

There will be three presentations per day. The first one will be a technical presentation providing background information. This will be followed by a work report that will provide an insight into what a colleague is currently up to. The final block will look at trends and current and visionary topics.

Time Topic Speaker Vita
12 p.m. Snack
12.30 – 2.00 p.m. Tours of the exhibition (every 30 min.)
2.00 – 2.30 p.m Corporate Architecture Dr.-Ing. Jons Messedat

Architect & Industrial Designer, Cologne University of Applied Sciences
www.messedat.de
Architect & Industrial Designer. After studying with Sir Norman Foster, he earned his doctorate at the Bauhaus University in Weimar. He is part of the jury panel for a number of competitions and has authored a variety of publications. He teaches the "brand in space" module as part of Cologne University of Applied Sciences' master's degree in Corporate Architecture. He will be speaking on the constructed identity of companies.
2.40 – 3.10 p.m. No divide - how digital fabrication is moving the line between planning and construction: examples from our experience and future prospects. Lena Kleinheinz

Architect, Ostermann & Kleinheinz
www.magmaarchitecture.com
Founder of magma architecture. Her office planned the renovation of the Al Qasba Theatre in Sharjah and the Shooting arenas for the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics in London. In addition to her design work, Kleinheinz also gives lectures and teaches at universities. She taught at the Technical University of Munich (TU München), Chalmers University in Gothenburg and was a visiting professor at the Detmold School of Architecture and Interior Design.
3.20 – 3.50 p.m. Form is irrelevant if you know what you are doing Dipl.-Ing. Arnold Walz

Architect
www.designtoproduction.com
One of the first architects in Europe to develop parametric and associative CAD models for the structural planning of geometrically demanding architectural designs. Founded the company "designtoproduction" to complement his earlier theoretical work with aspects of industrial, computer aided production.
4.00 – 5.00 p.m. Tours of the exhibition (every 30 min.)
5 p.m. End of the event

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