The Architecture of Survival. Learning from Yona Friedman
Trafó – House of Contemporary Arts, Budapest
Tuesday, 26 October 2010

0. Yona Friedman in the Hungarian context: Art, architecture and ways of thinking
9.30 Nikolett Erőss (Trafó), Levente Polyák (KÉK)

Morning session: Relevances
1. Yona Friedman in context: infrastructures and eco-systems
10.00 Dominique Rouillard (Université Malaquais, LIAT, Paris)
2. Mobile architectures. From the GEAM to contemporary projects
10.30 Cornelia Escher (Freie Universitat, Berlin)
3. Intimate Dwelling and Survival Infrastructure
11.00 Pelin Tan (Technical University, Istanbul)
4. Do-it-yourself urbanism
11.30 Joseph Grima (Domus, Milano)

12.00-14h lunch break

Afternoon session: Contexts
4. Every utopia is feasible
14.00 Manuel Orazi (School of Architecture Ascoli Piceno, UNICAM)
6. Propagative urbanism
14.30 Mark Shepard (University of Buffalo, Architectural League)
7. The architecture of survival
15.00 Patrick Coulombel (Architectes de l’urgence, Paris)

15.30h-16.00 coffee break

8-9. Contemporary spatial practices
16.00 Collectif Exyzt (Paris)
17.00 raumlaborberlin (Berlin)

18.00 Roundtable discussion and closing remarks