ZUS at Sao Paulo Architecture Biennale

01-10-2013

On November 5 and 6 ZUS is invited to attend the Track Changes debates of the Sao Paulo Architecture Biennale. The Track Changes program is curated by Crimson Architectural Historians and will discuss whether a small-scale, participation-oriented way of working can offer relevant answers to current economic, political and social questions, or that they on the contrary should be designing large scale
infrastructure, masterplans and services.

Other invited guests are:
Invited guests are Guus Beumer (director, The New Institute), René Boer (Failed Architecture), Fernando Botton (URBZ), Elma van Boxel (ZUS), Milton Braga (MMBB), José Armênio de Brito Cruz (president Instituto de Architetos do Brasil/SP), Eduardo Andrade de Carvalho (developer, MOBY Incorporadora), Mariana Fix (economist and urbanist, University of Campina ), Ana Carla Fonseca (economist and urbanist, Garimpo de Soluções), Fernando de Mello Franco (São Pauloʼs councillor for urban development), Rupali Gupte & Prassad Shetty (CRIT), Charles Holland (FAT), Ana Luiza Nobre (architectural historian, curator X Bienal), Luís Pompeo (23 Sul), Michelle Provoost & Wouter Vanstiphout (Crimson), Damon Rich (urban designer for the City of Newark, New Jersey), Nanne de Ru (Powerhouse Company), Sofia Saavedra Bruno (Supersudaca), Jan- Gijs Schouten (Netherlands Consul General) and Carlos Teixeira (Vazio S/A/) and Urban Think Tank.

More information can be found here.

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