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DOMOTEX EVENT CALENDAR 16


climate debate, mobility and infrastructure developments, and the scarcity of resources. As a result, alternative forms of housing are emerging in which healthy living is just as much a focus as the use of innovative or recycled materials. With this theme in mind, the architecture critic Julia von Mende will welcome speakers at 11.00am The fi rst will be from Peter Haimerl who runs a studio in Munich, followed at 12.00 noon by Mathias Heinz, of Pool Architecture of Zurich. At 12.30pm, Koen Baeyens and Basile Graux of the Belgian fi rm, GRAUX & BAEYENS architects, will be introduced as speakers and then the afternoon sessions will begin at 14.00pm with Bolle Tham and Martin Videgard who run a joint studio in Stockholm on the theme of “Architecture in a time of multiple contexts”. At 14.45pm, Martin Haas, of the haascookzemmrich Studio 2050 of Stuttgart will be in the speaker’s chair, followed at 15.30pm by both Marc Jay and Julie Schmidt-Nielsen,


of WE Architecture of Copenhagen, before a panel discussion at 16.15pm. The day’s tours will be conducted by Joachim Stumpp, of raumPROBE OHG, who will deliver it in German at midday and at 15.00pm there will be another in English by Agnes Morguet


MONDAY JANUARY 13 Architecture and interior design is becoming increasingly complex thanks to the changes currently taking place in the construction business. Digitalisation and global working have seen many young architects and designers becoming increasingly more international


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