Circular Strategies Symposium 3
Global standards, individual processes
Friday, October 7, 2022, 10:30 – 17:30

Auditorium of the University of Applied Arts Vienna
Vordere Zollamtsstraße 7, 1030 Vienna

Ecosystems collapse, resources are becoming scarce and there is urgent need for action to counteract these developments. Architecture plays a vital role in shaping our relationship with the world, bearing a significant responsibility but also offering a promising opportunity for change. But where should we focus our attention and which steps could we take now?
This year the Circular Strategies Symposium discusses the universal and the individual. Are there (new) standards that apply globally, or should universal ideas be overcome altogether in favor of local engagement?
Contributions by:DK Osseo AssareRyan Bollom (LOWDO, Austin, USA and Tema, Ghana), Jeroen van den Bergh (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona & Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Willi Haas (Social Ecology, BOKU Vienna), Hanif Kara (Harvard Graduate School of Design), Susanne Kytzia (Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences, Rapperswil), Baerbel Mueller (University of Applied Arts Vienna), Christoph Mueller (insitu / zirkular, Zurich, Basel), Søren Nielsen (Vandkunsten, Copenhagen), Inge Vinck & Jan de Vylder (devyldervinck architects, Gent), Susanne Witzgall (Academy of Fine Arts Munich).

Organized and curated by Karin Raith and Lukas Allner, Department of Building Construction, I oA, University of Applied Arts Vienna.

Moderated by Doris Österreicher, BOKU Vienna