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date: 29 th - 28th march 2008.

place: Cultural Center of Óbuda,Budapest, San Marco u. 81.

curator: Bálint Kádár, architect

The problematic heritage conference was conceived with the goal to widen the perspectives of heritage protection in Hungary. In the first block a series of interventions will be presented focusing on the use of contemporary tools in architecture, to give a wider view and good examples to follow. We are focusing on good interventions from Central Europe. In the second block architects and curators from Central Europe will present selected projects of interest that will reveal problematic aspects of the special architectural heritage of the XX century in Central Europe. Theoretical discussions will analyse the possibilities of use and protection of the modern and socialist architecture.

PROGRAM

FRIDAY, 28th MARCH 2008.
Time
Session
Speakers
09.00-09.30
registration
1st block - new tools for developing monuments
09.30-10.00
Possibilities of development in Hungary - introduction
Győr Attila, National Office of Cultural Heritage
10.00-10.30
Forchtenstein Castle, Schloss Stainz, Stift Klosterneuburg
Georg Driendl – driendl*architects Wiens
10.30-11.00
The dynamics of time and its special language
Franz Krenn – krenn architekt, Innsbruck
11.00-11.30
Reconstructing the Basilica of Pannonhalma
Gunther Zsolt - architect, John Pawson and 3H architects
11.30-11.50
coffee break
11.50-12.20
Development of monuments with contemporary tools
Arnóth Ádám, chief of the architectural heritage protection jury
12.20-12.50
Renovation of the old Fashion Hall on Andrássy street
Tiba János, architect, Tiba Studio
12.50-13.20
Reconstruction of the castle of Ljublajana
Miha Kerin - "Ambient" Drawing Office (Edo Ravnikar Jr., Miha Kerin and Majda Kregar)
13.20-14.00
lunch break
2nd block - discovering a new architectural heritage
14.00-14.30
New generation of protected heritage in Budapest
András Ferkai
14.30-15.00
Too old to use, too young to respect: 1960s-70s architecture in Bratislava
Maria Topolcanska, architect, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava
15.00-15.30
City Center of Salgótarján from the 70's
Dévényi Tamás architect
15.30-16.00
Questions of preservation in Berlin
Kerékgyártó Béla, philosopher, TUB
16.00-16.30
Heritage of the 60's and 70's in Romania
Augustin Ioan - University of Architecture and Urban Planning, Bucharest, Romania
17.00-18.00
Discussion on the post II. World War housing estates