The first Vienna Biennale 2015, designed as the first event of this kind to combine art, design, and architecture, is entering its final month. Particularly for those interested in architecture, urbanism and design, the end of September and the beginning of October offer a rich program of events, centred around the theme Smart Life in the City. The last day is the 4th of October.
Displaying Knowledge Discussion
The exhibition “2051. Smart Life in the City” looks at alternative futures of everyday life in the city, exploring the role of design as a tool for creating a more sustainable, more equitable lifestyle. What were the structural and organisational challenges of the exhibition concept?
Ideas for Change Powered by Pecha Kucha
A presentation concept invented in Tokyo, Pecha Kucha allows only 20 slides, each showing for only 20 seconds, for a total presentation time of less than seven concise minutes.
magdas Social Dinner
Magdas, a Vienna hotel and canteen staffed by refugees, organises a Social Dinner, where the long-settled Viennese can meet asylum seekers and travelers. This social project is one of the ten ‘Demonstrators’ in the exhibition, showcasing innovative social design practice in urban context.
September 25 2015, 19h, at magdas Hotel, Vienna.
Building Site: City (Bauwerk:Stadt – Meine Stadt 2051)
In collaboration with the city office for families, MAK and the design duo Célia-Hannes, this is a family workshop targeted for children to use their creativity and design urban spaces.
2051. Smart Life in the City Bike Tour
What better way to see the heart of the Smart Life program – the selection of ten Demonstrator projects scattered around the city – than on the sustainable transport mode of the future? A guided bike tour through all the ten Demonstrator projects in Vienna, this tour will bring you up close to the innovative ways in which Viennese people are transforming their city with design, architecture, social enterprises and art. You are advised to bring your own bike.
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