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Beyond Current Imagination

Plenary / Keynote
German and English language

What would a city look like in which the needs of the citizens have the highest priority? What does the future of housing look like? Does an increasing urbanisation necessarily lead to a housing problem?

Partner, Baumschlager & Eberle, Lustenau; Professor and architect, ETH Zürich Key Note
Partner, SADAR+VUGA, Ljubljana; Guest Professor, Münster School of Architecture, Münster Key Note
Independent Facilitator, Quest Associates, Bath Chair

Dipl.-Ing. Dietmar EBERLE

Partner, Baumschlager & Eberle, Lustenau; Professor and architect, ETH Zürich

1973-1978 Studium an der Technischen Hochschule, Wien
1976-1977 Arbeitsaufenthalt im Iran, Städtebaustudie
1979-1982 Arbeitsgemeinschaft Cooperative Bau- und Planungsges.m.b.H. mit Markus Koch, Norbert Mittersteiner und Wolfgang Juen
1982-1984 Arbeitsgemeinschaft Eberle-Egger (ab 1984 mit Carlo Baumschlager)
1985-2009 Arbeitsgemeinschaft und Büro mit Carlo Baumschlager
2004 Ehrenmitglied des American Institut of Architects
1983-1988 Technische Universität Hannover
1987-1989 Institut für Wohnbau, Technische Universität Wien
1989-1990 Hochschule für künstlerische und industrielle Gestaltung, Linz
1991-1993 ETH Zürich
1994 Syracuse University, New York
1996-1999 Technische Universität Darmstadt
 Seit 1999 Professur für Architektur und Entwerfen, Leiter des ETH Wohnforums, ETH Zürich
2003-2005 Dekan der Architekturabteilung, ETH Zürich
 Seit 2006 Gastprofessur, Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
 Seit 2012 Gastprofessur, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem

Bostjan VUGA

Partner, SADAR+VUGA, Ljubljana; Guest Professor, Münster School of Architecture, Münster

1992 Graduate diploma, Faculty of Architecture, Ljubljana
1993-1996 Assistant, Faculty of Architecture, Ljubljana
1995 Post-graduate diploma, Architectural Association School, London
 Since 1996 Co.founder and director, SADAR+VUGA architectural office, Ljubljana
2010 Elected the title assistant professor for architecture, University of Ljubljana
2011-2013 Guest professor, Technische Universität Berlin
 Since 2013 Guest professor, Muenster School of Architecture, Münster


Independent Facilitator, Quest Associates, Bath

 Peter Woodward is an experienced independent facilitator. He specialises in the design and delivery of effective participative processes through his own business, Quest Associates Ltd. Assignments range from helping small teams to develop a strategy through to major multi-stakeholder international conferences. Peter supports clients from all sectors including local citizen groups, business, through to the European Commission. He is particularly active with clients who are working towards social, environmental and economic sustainability goals. Recent clients include the European Sustainable Development Network, EC EcoAP Green Innovation programme, the UK Charity Bank, The European Business Network and the Church of England. He has established a special reputation for bringing energy, enjoyment and added value into the conference setting.

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