Few contemporary practitioners rival Assemble Studio in their dedication to overcoming disciplinary limitations, cutting through the fragmentation of modernism, and changing daily life through community-oriented design – for this very reason, they were recently awarded the prestigious Turner Prize. After her lecture, Amica Dall of Assemble will discuss the social role of architects and architecture as well as the relation between craftsmanship, production and the city together with Alexander Römer of constructLab, and Jürgen Patzak-Poor of BARarchitekten. The lecture and discussion will be held in English.
Introduction by Rainer Hehl
Moderated by Philipp Oswalt and Anh-Linh Ngo
In an extensive feature, consisting of two interviews, ARCH+ has recently presented the work of Assemble in the issue: archplus.net/home/archiv/ausgabe/46,218,1,0.html