Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design, the nonprofit educational institution in Moscow, Russia, is going to held the Future Architect conference from the 9th till the 10th of Semptember. The institute, founded in 2009 to change the landscapes of Russian cities, provides new learning opportunities to young students and architects.
The programme includes lectures of Winy Maas, Daan Roosegaarde, Kulapat Yantrasast, experts from Disney Imageneering, and workshops such as the “How to Read your Project: a 48h Domus workshop for a magazine of the future“ curated by Guido Musante and Bogdan Peric. It focuses on creating a mock-up for a magazine of the future, a new communicative format set in 2030, interpreted as a device designed for cultural, geographical and generational connections. The programme of the workshop is about Small Russia, inviting us to look at the minute clues of both architecture and the city, and emphasizing the attention to small talents.
The conference wants to discuss architecture and the role of architects nowadays, among challenges and opportunities that this job has to face in an even more techological reality. According to this, the Future Architect meeting aims to provide future trends and new applications for both traditional architectural skills and emerging technologies, inviting architects to experiment with other approaches. Public spaces, iconc buildings, new technologies and traditional construction, climate change and gender equality in architecture are the arguments the conference will talk about.
Opening picture: Day 1. Logics, Emotions and imagination (conference). Photo Dmitry Smirnov / Strelka Institute
- Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design
- Future Architect
- Moscow, Russia
- Opening dates:
- 9-10 September