International Architecture Congress


Conference Venue: CCD East - 1st floor

09:00 h


09:30 h

Welcome address

Messe Düsseldorf
Architektenkammer NRW

Wolfram N. Diener
Ernst Uhing

09:45 h

Densely populated residential quarters – architecture with glass in an urban context

Case study of a piece of urban development at the interface between Alexanderplatz and the former Scheunenviertel (Barn District) in Berlin.

gmp Architekten, Berlin/DE

Martin Hakiel

10:15 h

Striking and innovative facade construction – Bright library rooms in Oslo

Development of the GFRP facade for the New Deichman library.

Atelier Oslo Architects, Oslo/NO

Nils Ole Bae Brandtzæg

10:45 h

Reflecting time, the architecture of the future

Varying in scale and geography, Lina Ghotmeh‘s work explores new spatialities affirmed by strong material presence. This lecture is a promenade in the poetics of timeless spaces.

Lina Ghotmeh — Architecture, Paris/FR

Lina Ghotmeh

11:15 h

Transparent buildings – in the discourse between architecture and energy efficiency

Complex requirements for modern building envelopes

Henning Larsen GmbH, München/DE

Dominik Nocon

11:45 h

Coffee break

12:00 h

Layers of Atmosphere

It is primarily about the quality of the room, room sequences, atmosphere, light, material, surface, haptics and the experience of making space tangible with all the senses.

Henke Schreieck Architekten ZT GmbH, Wien/AT

Dieter Henke und Marta Schreieck

12:30 h

Contrasts in architecture – Inspiring spaces of wood and glass

ALA Architects’ projects and the use of glass and timber


Juho Grönholm

13:00 h

Nike Flagship Facade – Innovative Glass in New York City

For their flagship store in New York City, Nike is realizing a visually dynamic façade with carved and slumped insulating glass. Heintges have been the facade consultant for the project.

Heintges Consulting Architects & Engineers, P.C., New York/US

Daniel Vos

13:30 h

Lunch break

Followed by a visit to the glasstec trade fair and a guided tour of the special show “glass technology live“.
(Subject to change)