GRAFT panel "Breaking walls" in Rome
GRAFT founding partner Lars Krueckeberg will be part of a panel alongside Franco Stella, Massimo Alvisi and Luca Montuori at University Roma Tre in Rome.
30 years after the fall of the Wall, Berlin remains an open construction site. Architecture has strongly marked the appearance and identity of the city. How has the face of Berlin changed today? Where do we stand with German and European reunification? And above all: what is the Italian contribution to all this?
When: Monday, 4 November 2019, 18h00 – 19h30
Where: Università Roma Tre, Aula Adalberto Libera in L.go Giovan Battista Marzi, 10, Rome
Free admission – Registration per mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Franco Stella, Architect (Architect of the reconstruction of the Berlin Imperial Castle as “Humboldt-Forum”)
Lars Krückeberg, Architect (Visiting professor at Roma Tre University, Villa Massimo Scholar 2018/19)
Massimo Alvisi, Architect (Founder of Alvisi Kirimoto and G124 tutor)
Luca Montuori, Councilor for Urban Planning of the Municipality of Rome
GREETINGS: Prof. Luca Pietromarchi, Rector of the University of Roma Tre; Prof. Giovanni Longobardi, Director of the Department of Architecture
MODERATION: Francesca Sforza, La Stampa
CONCLUSIONS: Viktor Elbling, Ambassador of Germany in Italy