An event of the Schütte-Lihotzky Club in cooperation with the Art Collection and Archive of the University of Applied Arts Vienna, in the framework of the Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky Network on the occasion of the 125th birthday of the Viennese architect Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky (on January 23, 1897).

16:00 Welcome
Eva Maria Stadler, Vice Rector, die Angewandte
Cosima Rainer, Director, Collection and Archive
Silvia Herkt, Head, University Archives, die Angewandte
Christine Zwingl, Chairwoman, Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky Club 

Program Part 1
Moderation: Karin Zogmayer

16:15 Architectural Education – From the School of Arts and Crafts until today
Matthias Boeckl, History of Architecture, I oA, die Angewandte
Baerbel Mueller, Dean of the Institute I oA, die Angewandte
Bernadette Reinhold, Collection and Archive, die Angewandte

16:45 Settler Movement – Reconstruction
Felicitas Konecny, Architecture mediator
Christine Zwingl, Editor

Program Part 2
Moderation: Barbara Kübler

17: 30 Resistance and women’s political commitment
Elisabeth Holzinger, Author
Bärbel Danneberg, Author

18:00 Memories
Renate Allmayer-Beck, Author
Peter Noever, Designer

18:30 Apartment Franzensgasse – The MSL Center
Renate Allmayer-Beck and Christine Zwingl
in conversation with
Luzie Lahtinen-Stransky and Michael Stransky, Family of Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky 

Collection and Archive, together with international partners and the Schütte-Lihotzky Center, aims to make Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky’s work and commitment more widely known and to situate it in current discourse. The Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky Network, founded for this purpose, offers a platform for contemporary debate and promotes interdisciplinary research efforts.

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