Birth Space Celebration
Dipdii Textiles new Shops & Galleries - Germany and Austria
Picture © Lucía Perianes
Dipdii Textiles are available in two new spots!!!
Our address in Germany: Rottmayrstraße 24, 83410 Laufen
Mo-Fr/ 9h00-13h00 and 14h00-18h00
A Pop-Up Store under the wings of Meinklang Hofladen (with fantastic food and wine from their own biodynamic farm) in Vienna until August 1st: Schleifmühlgasse 3, 1040 Wien
Looking forward to your visit!
Friends of Oris Exhibition, Zagreb
From 4th June until 31st July 2020
Architecture has the power to change society. Finally, we handle big budgets and
valuable resources. We can build a mere building, and we can build a community at
the same time. We can design so that resources are exploited and a few become
very rich. We can also pursue an emancipatory aspiration that empowers people to
develop local solutions with their existing potential - local materials, human strength,
and creativity. These in turn would strengthen circular economies, promote local
identity and relieve the environment.
If I reduce my inner architectural discourse to the essentials and to one main
strategy, then that is it:
x 7 billion.
I try to multiply every creative decision in my imagination with our current world
population, wondering what the world would look like if everyone were acting,
building the same way. Would it be fair and foster stability? Would it be sustainable
and healthy for people, the planet and society? Leave waste or knowledge? Fit for
future generations? Would it be beautiful and humane?
Dipdii Textiles x Museen der Stadt Dresden! Critical Care itinerant exhibition
Critical Care exhibition in Dresden, Germany © Museen Dresden / Arlet
The traveling exhibition Critical Care curated by Angelika Fitz & Elke Krasny has arrived to Dresden. It displays Architecture for a Broken Planet giving you the opportunity, in this current crisis, to discover resilient projects.The colorful textiles from “This is not a shirt“ fit completely in the room at the former camera factory!
From 9th June until 13th September 2020
Tu – Fr: 9 – 17 Uhr
Sa - Sun, Public Holidays: 10 – 18 Uhr
Single-Handedly Exhibition at Art Omi, USA
Dipdii Textiles was present in Art Omi in USA from January 11 – March 1, 2020, part of a beautiful collection of handmade architectural drawings.
Single-Handedly collects original drawings from a group of accomplished contemporary architects who, in an industry dominated by digital technologies, continue to work by hand.
Radically diverse in scale, materials, technique, subject, and spirit, these works overturn preconceived notions of what an architectural drawing is like. Some are dreamy, fiery and avant-garde, and others pragmatic, reductive and nostalgic.
Deeply informed, but nonetheless unconstrained, by traditional architectural drafting techniques, these renderings exploit an unparallelled formal freedom. Each one contains its own world and tells its own story, rooted in personal imagination.
This exhibit gives vibrant testimony to the still-vital craft of hand drawing in architecture.
This exhibition is co-curated by Warren James, Director, Art Omi: Architecture; and Nalina Moses.
Picture © Bryan Zimmerman
Anna Heringer invited in Hannover for Domotex Talks & Tours 2020 01/2020
SHIFT /// social & ecological in the context of ATMYSPHERE
Anna Heringer, Studio Anna Heringer
11. January 2020, 14:00 pm
"Nachhaltigkeit = Schonheit / sustainability = beauty"
Anna Heringer, Architettura per la dignità/Architecture for dignity PREMIO INTERNAZIONALE BIENNALE DI PISA 2019 TEMPODAQUA
ANNA HERINGER, Anna Heringer architect #anna heringer #tempodacqua #thetimeofwater
Anna Heringer declares “The vision behind, and motivation for my work is to explore and use architecture as a medium to strengthen cultural and individual confidence, to support local economies and to foster the ecological balance. Joyful living is a creative and active process and I am deeply interested in the sustainable development of our society and our built environment. For me, sustainability is a synonym for beauty: a building that is harmonious in its design, structure, technique and use of materials, as well as with the location, the environment, the user, the socio-cultural context. This, for me, is what defines its sustainable and aesthetic value.”
The Architecture Drawing Prize 2019
Dipdii Textiles WINNERS!
New article on the site of MAKE architects, curators of The Architecture Drawing Prize together with WAF and Sir John Soane’s Museum to highlight the importance of drawing in architecture.
The handicraft Masterplan of Rudrapur from Dipdii Textiles was the winner of the hand drawn category!
Thanks MAKE! Thanks Laura Iloniemi!
Picture © Gunter König
Winners! - Building Sense Now 2019 Global Award
Photos © Green Building Council España
"Building Sense Now, is a global initiative to connect and activate like-minded individuals and design practices in Architecture, Engineering and Construction from across the world who believe that better design solutions are a crucial element to transform our cities and help create more resilient, sustainable and climate positive buildings.
The Building Sense Now Global Award goes to Anna Heringer. She has a clear track record over many years working with natural materials in order to create cultural and sensitive designs all over the world.
With her office, the architect has been realizing projects around the world for many years, giving a face to her planning philosophy “Architecture is a tool to improve lifes”. The use of natural building materials characterizes their work as well as a high design quality and a sensitive handling of the cultural requirements on site. In doing so, she always keeps an eye on the urban context and the social impact on people."
"Kleider machen Orte" ifa Stuttgart
The Dipdii Textiles exhibition "Kleider machen Orte" is moving from Vorarlberg to Stuttgart and it will include new pieces fresh from Bangladesh! From the 18th of October you will find it at the ifa-Galerie Stuttgart, Charlottenplatz 17, 70173 Stuttgart.
Exhibition opening: Thursday, October 17, 2019, 7 pm
Panel discussion: Friday, 18 October 2019, 16.30
Exhibition duration: 18 October 2019 - 5 January 2020
Opening hours: Tue - Sun 12 - 18:00
Lecture by Anna Heringer Beauty = Sustainability
Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 7 pm
University of Stuttgart, Keplerstrasse 17, K2, Tiefenhoersaal 17.02
Picture © Gunter König
BOOK RELEASE and lecture
BOOK RELEASE and lecture from Anna Heringer. "Upscaling Earth", a book from Anna Heringer, Lindsay Blair Howe, Martin Rauch. Following a panel discussion with Anna Heringer and Martin Rauch, Moderation: Lindsay Blair Howe
Friday, September 13, 2019 - 20:15. Theater am Saumarkt Muehletorplatz 1, Feldkirch.
In cooperation with vai-Vorarlberger Architektur Institut
More info about the event...
More info about the book...
Studio Anna Heringer at the Royal Academy of Arts
Exhibition "What is radical today?" 40 positions on architecture in The Architecture Studio at the Royal Academy of Arts in London between the 6th of September through to the 7th of November 2019.
Daily 10am - 6pm
Friday 10am - 10pm
Anna Heringer invited in Berlin for a panel discussion at the Deutscher Architektentag 2019
Anna Heringer, Studio Anna Heringer
27. September 2019, 16:00 bis 17:00 Uhr: Panel 1.3 Entwicklung und Partnerschaft - Wie sieht internationale Hilfe aus?
Here the full program
Clay Storming Workshop at Domaine de Boisbuchet
Anna Heringer has been recently leading a Clay Storming Workshop at Domaine de Boisbuchet (August 25th - 31st).
Mud Works! Hands-on Workshop with Harward Students
Photo: Tommy Schaperkotter
The last June Anna Heringer and Martin Rauch have leaded for 10 days a hands-on design workshop with a goroup of students from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
Studio Anna Heringer work exhibited at the Deutsches Architekturmuseum in Frankfurt
An exhibition by the SAM Swiss Architecture Museum, in cooperation with the Bengal Institute for Architecture, Landscapes and Settlements, Dhaka. The Exhibition will be open from the 7th of June through to the 20th of October.
I'm proud to be the Honorable President of the FIBRA Award. So: hand in your projects
made of bamboo, straw, cane.... I'm looking forward to see them! For more information: www.fibra-award.org
Wormser Dom's sanctuary interiors
Teaching appointment at GSD/ Harvard University
Anna Heringer has been appointed Aga Khan Design Critic in Architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. The topic of her design studio "architecture as a tool to improve lives" will be about the Rohingya camps in Bangladesh.
New building for our favorite village Rudrapur in Bangladesh!
Next to the METI School and DESI building there will be soon a new building: A center for people with disabilities including a workshop for tailoring training and fair textile production. The building will be celebrating being special as a sign of embracing human diversity. We want our building to radiate beauty and through this raise awareness, that everyone is different and precious. Not at all forming a box, the mud walls will be dancing like a butterfly.
The first draft of the project is available here in form of an interactive 3D.
In the Picture: Studio Anna Heringer meets the community and the sponsors, Rudrapur 02/03/2018 - credits: Benjamin Stahli
Venice Architecture Biennale 2018
Studio Anna Heringer will take part again at the main exhibition of the Biennale in Venice curated by Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara and titled FREESPACE.
Both our teams in Laufen (Germany) and Rudrapur (Bangladesh) are working hard to bring this wonderful project to life.
From Saturday May 26th to Sunday November 25th 2018 you will find us at the most beautiful spot of the venue (according to the curators): the Artigliere.
We are looking forward to meet you there!
Happy women`s day all around the world!
To me this day is always an important one. I haven't been a feminist until I became an architect. Not when I was working in Bangladesh I felt treated different or unfair. No, the feeling of inequality started when I got involved in the international architecture scene. There is still a lot to be changed.
It is not just about being more female architects in higher positions. It is also about more female qualities in architecture. More intuition. More empathy and more humanity. More sharing.
It starts with education. All the focus is on analysing, arguing, structuring, grids... but as much as one can train the left side of the brain, also the right, the more intuitive and freely creative hemisphere can be trained. And more emotional communication instead of only fact based arguing. We need to be good in both parts in order to create holistic qualities of architecture and spaces.
Often what matters most in architecture is the outcome. The nice pictures on glossy paper in the magazine. But the process needs same care. How goals are achieved and not just how many. The quality of the process is just as important as the final building or the number of buildings realized.
And yes, I think we need more women in higher positions, if necessary with a quota until it becomes normal. Inequality needs to be realized before thinking patters can change. Whenever I have the opportunity to work together with a female decision maker I realize how easy it feels, when all this gender battles and games are unnecessary. What a waste of energy. What a difference when you don`t have to proof that you are equally qualified.
Why are there so many talented female architects that don't dare to stand on their own feet? I think one of the main reason is because of the fear of balancing family and work life. I can tell by my own experience it is not easy. But possible.
So go straight ahead dear fellow women in architecture, have courage and trust and make the world more beautiful and humane!
'Bengal Stream: The Vibrant Architecture Scene of Bangladesh'
From the 2nd of December 2017 to the 6th of May 2018, the Swiss Architecture Museum S AM is presenting the exhibition 'Bengal Stream: The Vibrant Architecture Scene of Bangladesh', curated by Niklaus Graber, Andreas Ruby and Viviane Ehrensberger.
Produced in cooperation with the Bengal Institute for Architecture, Landscapes and Settlements, Dhaka
Opening: 01/12/2017, 7 PM
Exhibition Frau Architect and Symposium
LECTURE: Von der Schonheit der Nachhaltigkeit
Am Freitag, 17. November 2017 fand die jahrliche Vollversammlung der Ziviltechnikerkammer fur Oberosterreich und Salzburg in der Wirtschaftskammer Salzburg (WIFI) statt. Neben den Abschlussen und Voranschlagen sowie Berichten uber das Kammergeschehen stand das aktuell in der Politik und den Medien diskutierte Thema Pflichtmitgliedschaft im Fokus der Gesprache. Hohepunkt des offentlichen Teils der diesjahrigen Vollversammlung war das inspirierende Impulsreferat der Architektin Anna Heringer "Von der Schonheit der Nachhaltigkeit". Fur die feierliche Umrahmung des Festaktes sorgte das Ensemble Trio Negro mit beschwingten Klangen.
LECTURE: Architecture as a Catalyst for Development
Anna Heringer appointed Aga Khan Lecturer at the Graduate School of Design.
Online now: Anna`s TED talk
"Anna Heringer's sustainable designs lend breathtaking forms to easily-available local materials while developing the skills and consciousness of their builders. [...] resulting in acclaimed projects like woven bamboo hostels in China and the METI Handmade School in Rudrapur, where, along with local workers and schoolchildren, she created a building that drew on locally abundant materials and fostered modern, sustainable building skills in local craftsmen."
here the full talk
Ways of Life - Experimenta Urbana in Kassel
Die Ausstellung eroffnet am Mittwoch, 5. Juli um 19 Uhr im KulturBahnhof. Bis zum 30. Juli wird sie dort zu sehen sein. Anschliessend - vom 1. August bis zum 17. September - wird sie im Foyer des ASL Gebaudes der Universitat Kassel am Universitatsplatz 9 gezeigt.<p/>
Eroffnung: Mittwoch, 5. Juli, 19:00 Uhr
Ort: Sudflugel KulturBahnhof (Hauptbahnhof), Rainer-Dierichs-Platz 1, 34117 Kassel
The Plan Award - Omicron Living Spaces and Bamboo Hostels
"Die Zukunft ist besser als ihr Ruf" - ab 12. May im Kino
Anna is one of the 6 protagonists in the Austrian documentary movie: "Die Zukunft ist besser als ihr Ruf"
You can meet us at the followings Premiere:
- So 7.5. 13:30 Uhr - Wien - Filmcasino
- Do 11.5. 20:00 Uhr - Salzburg - Das Kino
- Mi 17.5. 20:00 Uhr - Bregenz - Filmforum Bregenz im Metrokino
Preliminary design for LD Arena
Redesigning St. Peter's liturgical spaces (Worms) - competition
Studio Anna Heringer together with Martin Rauch (Lehm Ton Erde) attended the competition for redesigning St. Peter in Worms' liturgical spaces. Our proposal and the one from Prof. Thomas Schmitz - visual artist, Aachen - has currently passed the second phase. The run-off between the two projects will be held in the followings weeks.
"Renchant The World" exhibition tour - next: Ile de la Reunion
The Renchant The World exhibition - showing our three bamboo hostels - will soon travel from it's current position in Caen (France), to the next destination in Ile de la Reunion (indian Ocean). Here it will be presented for the 3rd time - Morrocco will probably follows afterward (at the beginning of 2017).
Exhibition: 23 November 2016 - 17 January 2017
Location: TEAT Champ Fleuri, Ile de la Reunion.
Or work shown at the TV program "Capriccio"
On the 27th October 2016 at 22:00 pm, a short documentary about our work was Broadcasted on BR Fernsehen during the TV program Capriccio. Here the full video
Autor: Elena Alvarez Lutz
More info about Capriccio:
Austrian State Award for Architecture 2016 - Nomination
Photo: Stefano Mori
The project Omicron Campus, where Studio Anna Heringer and Martin Rauch/Lehm Ton Erde designed a "Hot Spot Area" as well as several other relaxing spaces for the employees within the building of Dietrich Untertrifaller received one of three nominations of the category "industrial building"(04/10/2016).
International Bamboo Architecture Biennale - Opening
Photo: Julien Lanoo
On September 28th-29th 2016 the International Bamboo Architecture Biennale in Baoxi (Longquan, China) has Opened. Shortly before, our three bamboo hostels were finally completed. Here a stunning drone footage showing the whole Biennale site.
We are very grateful to everybody involved in the project: The commune of Baoxi, Mr. Ge, George Kunihiro, Jenny Ji, Mr. Yan - and all the fantastic craftsmen!
Beside the 3 bamboo hostels from Studio Anna Heringer, in the video are also shown projects from other international architecture offices: George Kunihiro (America), Li Xiaodong (China), Yang Xu (China), Simon Velez (Colombia), Mauricio Cardenas Laverde (Italy), Kengo Kuma (Japan), Keisuke Maeda (Japan), Sook hee Chun (Korea), Madhura Prematilleke (Sri Lanka), V O Trong Nghia (Vietnam).
A talk on SCARCITY (Venice Architecture Biennale 2016)
The Meetings on Architecture consist of a thought-provoking programme of events happening throughout the whole period of Biennale Architettura 2016, involving the architects and participants in REPORTING FROM THE FRONT as discussants of the themes and case studies presented at the Exhibition. Here the full video
Speakers: Pippo Ciorra, Afshin Farzin - Arash Aliabadi (VAVstudio) Anna Heringer / Kunle' Adeyemi (NLE') / Joshua Bolchover (Rural Urban Framework) Teatro alle Tese, Venice, 24 Sept. 2016
TERRA Award ceremony and press conference for the finalists
Studio Anna Heringer invited at TERRA Award ceremony (Centre de congres - Hall d'accueil Terreaux, 50 Quai Charles de Gaulle, 69 006 Lyon). From 2 to 6 pm, lectures will be hold by the finalist: the German architect Anna Heringer, the Austrian contractor Martin Rauch, the Chinese architect Mu Jun, the Sri Lankan architect Milinda Pathiraja...
Meetings on Architecture at the Biennale Architettura 2016
September 24th | SCARCITY
VAVStudio, Anna Heringer, Francis Kere',
Adeyemi Kunle', Rural Urban Framework
Teatro alle Tese, Venice, 3pm
Mud WORKS! 15th International Architecture Exhibition, Venice
Photo: Stefano Mori
"3 Billion people on this planet live in buildings made of mud. For good reason!" Studio Anna Heringer together with Martin Rauch (Lehm Ton Erde) and Andres Lepik is invited to the Architecture Biennale 2016 "Reporting from the Front"
Exibition Re-enchanting the world
ETH Earthen Summer School 2015
During the Earthen Summer School 2015 two homes for orphans in Mdabulo, Tanzania have successfully been built. A community hall is currently under construction. The buildings were designed during the semester program oft he Studio Heringer Rauch at the ETH. The project is a cooperation of the UNESCO Chair for Earthen Architecture, Constructive Cultures and Sustainable Development Heringer Rauch, BLOCK Research Group and the Chair of Integrated Building Systems MSc. 40 students were building together with craftsmen from the community Mdabulo under the site supervision of Karolina and Wayne Switzer. Thanks to everyone who helped making this wonderful project happen!
Think Global, Build Social! - Architecture Engages in Social Change
With Andres Lepik (Museum of Architecture TU Munich), Anna Heringer (Studio Anna Heringer), Adel Fahmy (Modern Sciences and Arts University Cairo)
Moderation: Omar Nagati (CLUSTER)
Monday, 7 September, 19:00
Goethe-Institut, 5 El-Bustan St., Downtown, Cairo
Participants : Reed Kroloff, Alejandro Aravena, Xuemei Bai, Philippe Block, Michael Braungart, John Fernandez, Maarten Gielen, Harry Gugger, Guillaume Habert, Dirk Hebel, Anna Heringer, Mark Jarzombek, Vivian Loftness, Susan Parnell, Shrashtant Patara, Mark Swilling
Constructions in clay: earth architecture
Mario Botta, Thomas Granier, Anna Heringer, Thierry Joffroy
Saturday, 23.05.2015 9 a.m. - 12.30 p.m.
video of the talk
Arch. Anna Heringer, Hon. Prof. UNESCO
Friday, 15.05.2015 3 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Ballhaus (Stucksaal) Rosenheim / Oberbayern
Urban mutations on the edge, research seminar / Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich
04.05.2015 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.ETH Zurich
Ordre des architectes, promotion Anna heringer, Paris
-99 new members took the oath - 27.01.2015
-105 new members took the oath - 02.10.2014
-81 new members took the oath - 21.10.2014
-82 new members took the oath - 13.05.2014
My wishes on World Women's Day
- Please trust us and stop doubting in our capacity. We are just as capable and talented to build a humane habitat as men.
- Please realize and respect that an intuitive and emotional approach is just as needed as a fact based one for a beautiful and humane habitat.
With love and respect to all the great female architect friends around the world
Exhibition at MUDE Museum, Lisbon
Curators:Ayako Kamozawa, Mathias Schwartz-Clauss, Stephen Szczepanek.
Ways to Modernism, MAK, Vienna
Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos, and their Impact
Wed, 17.12.2014 - Sun, 19.04.2015 MAK Exhibition Hall, Vienna
With Participation of Hans Hollain, Hermann Czech, Lacaton & Vassal, Werner Neuwirt and Anna Heringer.
ARCH Lecture Series at Berkeley
112 WURSTER HALL
Anna Heringer und Martin Rauch appointed to teach a studio for the next 2 years at Zurich, ETH
UNESCO Chair for Earthen Architecture,
Building Cultures and Sustainable Development.
In focus at first Holcim Roundtable.
Launch of the UN Habitat lecture series at the World Urban Forum in Medellin
UNI Booth at the Exhibition
Formal Launch and presentation of the Global Urban Lecture Series Medellin
Nomination of the Schelling Architecture Awards
Nomination for Schelling Architecture Awards:
The Schelling Architecture Theory Prize will go to Juhani Pallasmaa.
archVision Women in Architecture Award 2014
Workshop in Madrid
For everyone interested in earthen architecture and bamboo strctures:www.basehabitat.org/workshops
Laufen Manifesto for a Humane Design Culture
With all our expertise, creativity and power, we need to contribute more dynamically and consequentially to the global quest for equality.
We need your support!
Like us on Facebook With special thanks to Stefano and Timur for the great help during the intense work for the manifesto.
Symposium METROPOLIS NONFORMAL - ANTICIPATION
Launching the UN-Habitat Hub on Informal Urbanism
Symposium 2013, November 20-23
Location: Sophiensaal, Sophienstr. 6, Munich
Curator: Christian Werthmann
Talk at Vitra Design Museum
Thursday, 19.09.2013 at 6pm, Vitra Design Museum, "Handmade Architecture"
Ethics and Aesthetics - Anna Heringer writes the guest commentary in the German DOMUS 03, September - October issue.
Exhibition "Learning from Vernacular"
10.08.2013 - 29.09.2013 at Vitra Design Museum
Curator: Pierre Frey
Workshop in Domaine de Boisbuchet, France
For everyone who want`s to have a creative holiday in a beautiful place at France:
Join the sommerworkshops in Domaine de Boisbuchet with Centre Pompidou and Vitra (cultural partners).
Anna Heringer: EcoTopia the potential of local materials
Workshop with Aga Khan Planning and Building Service in Mumbai
The Aga Khan Planning and Building Service, India organizes a workshop and a symposium in Mumbai on December 1st and 2nd 2012. Themes of the Workshop will be:
- "Sustainable Development" led by Prof. Jame Wescoat at MIT with planner Ms. Anita Miya from AKPBS,I
- The "Social-Economic-Cultural Influences in Habitat Development", led by Anna Heringer and architect Nuru Karim, the Chairman of AKPBS,I,
- The "Policy and Governance in Habitat Development" led by Aseem Inam with Architect Ms. Surekha Ghogale from AKPBS,I
For more information and application please contact the organizers
Sustaining Identity Symposium III
Thursday 29 November, 10.00 - 17.30 at the V&A in London.
Werkbericht Anna Heringer l Salzburg,
Donnerstag, 22.11.2012 | 20.00 Uhr, Architekturforum Freiburg
Clay and Architecture
Anna Heringer gives a talk at Stuttgart Messe, November 8th, 4:40 pm.
MudWorks is featured in the Financial Times
"Mud World" by Avantika Chilkoti
Lecture in Delft, Symposium Herman Hertzberger 80 years
The future of Architecture: How does the world change, and the meaning of architecture with it? What are the opportunities and challenges for the future? At the request of Herman Hertzberger, architects from home and abroad will give their vision on the future of architecture on 11th October.
6th International Conference on Building with Earth
Details - Building Simply Two
"Machen!" exhibition and lecture at Aedes, Berlin
Exhibition from July 13th - 30th 2012,
Lecture: Friday, August 3rd, 6 pm at Aedes
Video of Anna Heringer and Martin Rauch`s presentation of the Teaching an Training Center in Marokko (starts in the middle of the video, at 14:30 minutes)
Video of the discussion
`The Common` - conference in Pamplona, Spain
Mud Hall at Gund Hall, Harvard/GSD
Photo: Iwan Baan
Just in case someone wonders if I managed my year as Loeb Fellow at Harvard without getting my hands dirty: NO.
And Harvard never saw so much dirt before... 50 tons, 150 participants and 10 days.
Watch the project on YouTube, Video by Maggie Janik
Read Inga Saffron`s Blog on the project
Like us on Facebook
Banff Session 2012
Cultural Context, April 27 + 28, 2012
In the Terrain of Water, UPenn
TERRAIN 2 - Symposium at PENNDESIGN: April 9, 2012
Lecture at Harvard`s Graduate School of Design
A Talk with Austrian Artist Martin Rauch and Anna Heringer, Loeb Fellow, moderated by Andres Lepik
Thursday, March 22, Piper Auditorium, 6:30 pm
Free and Open to the Public
MudWorks at Harvard - A Different Shade of Green
MudWorks, a demonstration project to highlight the environmental benefits of earth buildings, will begin construction March 17 on the most prominent corner of Harvard`s Graduate school of Design.
MudWorks is organized by the 2012 Loeb Fellows with design support from GSD students. The installation will be supervised by Anna Heringer and Martin Rauch.
Like us on facebook www.facebook.com/MudWorksGSD.
more informations on the Blog...
Workshop at Yale University
This two-day course will provide architecture and other design professionals in public interest design with in-depth study on methods of how design can address the critical issues faced by communities.
Lecture with Andres Lepik and Rahul Mehrotra, Mumbai
Small Scale, Big Change - New Architecture Of Social Engagement
When: Thur, 16th Feb 2012, 6:45pm
Where: First Floor, Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Mumbai, Kalaghoda
"Research Initiatives in Architecture and Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Mumbai present this exclusive conversation between Anna Heringer and Andres Lepik, moderated by Rahul Mehrotra."
International Fellowship from the Royal Institute of British Architects
Anna Heringer has been awarded with the 2012 RIBA International Fellowship together with Atelier Bow-Wow, Carlos Ferrater, Sou Fujimoto, Christian Kerez and Francisco Mangado
Loeb Fellowship, Harvard University
Anna Heringer is selected as Loeb Fellow at Harvard University together with Christopher Calott, Jean Lauer, Andres Lepik, Ian Lockwood, Anne‐Marie Lubenau, Aaron Naparstek, Peter Park, Inga Saffron.
Regional Holcim Awards 2011 Africa Middle East
The Teaching and Training Center for Sustainable Construction from the team Anna Heringer, Martin Rauch, Naegele Waibel Architecs and Salima Naji for the Fondation Alliences has been awarded with the Bronce Award for the region Africa Middle East.
Vortrag und Workshop an der TU Wien
Museu de Arte Moderna, Sao Paulo
19 Apil - 26 Juni 2011.
Building differently - Exhibition in Brussels
Lecture, Zentralvereinigung der Architekten, Vienna
"Anna Heringer. Werkvortrag"
26.05.2011 | 19:00
at Bene, Neutorgasse 4-8, Wien
UNESCO/ LOCUS Symposium, Paris
Lecture - "Architecture is a tool to improve lives", Bregenz
Architecture in Progress, Thursday 14. 04.2011, 19.00h
Global Award for Sustainable Architecture 2011
Anna Heringer wins the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture.
Lecture at the conference Earth Architecture/ Mud, Stone & Shale
Say`un, Wadi Hadramut/ Republic of Yemen,
February 28th - March 4th 2011
Bartlett School of Architecture International Lecture Series
6.30pm Wednesday 12th January 2011Darwin Lecture Theatre, Darwin Building, Gower Street, London, WC1
Lecture at Harvard University, GSD
Anna Heringer: "On Sustaining Beauty - Local Solutions for Global Challenges"
Lecture at Goethe Institute NY - What is green architecture?
Earth Works - A Global Strategy for Sustainable Architecture
November 11, 2010
RIBA - Talk
Tuesday 19th October 2010 Jarvis Hall
Speakers: Nabeel Hamdi Anshu Sharma Anna Heringer
Chair: Angela Brady, RIBA President-Elect
Small Scale - Big Change, MoMA New York
First Prize - UIA competition
Training Centre for Sustainable Development in Marrakech
The jury unanimously recognised the architectural quality of this project, as well as its modernity. Integrated into the local context, it proposes an interpretation of the archetypes of the rural ksars and the urban medersas. The jury was seduced by this humanist project that combines technology, culture and the socio-economic reality of the region. This architectural sculpture plays skillfully, both externally and internally, with the overlapping of volumes and light and shade."
International Summerschool on modern earthen structures and sustainable architecture
BASEhabitat/ Martin Rauch, Anna Heringer
Gmuden, September 1st - 18th
Biennale 2010, Venice
Participation at the Austrian Pavillon "Austria Under Construction"
Participation at the German Pavillon "Sehnsucht"
1:1 - Architects Build Small Spaces Exhibition, V&A Museum, London
An Infinite Vision of Summer
"This project evokes the sights, smells and textures of summer. At the heart of the structure is a meditation chamber. Visitors would enter it barefoot, so feeling the sea of barley grain that floods the room. They might then lie down in the bathtubs and enjoy a view of the suspended upside-down barley fields, swaying gently in an artificial breeze." (15 June - 30 August 2010, V&A Museum London)
Exhibition in Villa Noailles, France
Construire ailleurs - Building elswhere
(photo credits Pasi Aalto)
TYIN + Anna Heringer
28 Sept. 2009
Anna Heringer + Martin Rauch (Autriche)
11th International Alvar Aalto Symposium
Edge - Paracentric Architecture
13 May 2009 - 01 Nov. 2009
Quelles architectures pour une ville durable ?
Exhibition - Green Architecture for the Future
29 May -4 October 2009
Lousiana Museum of Modern Art
Lecture at MIT, Boston
History and Practice - Exploring the role of history in contemporary architectural practice
Saturday April 25th, 2009
The intent of this workshop is to bring together scholars and practitioners of architecture to discuss critical approaches to the role of history within contemporary practice. The situation, we suspect, demands a re-assessment of the theoretical relationship between architect and historian and we suggest that a renewed responsibility toward the discipline and society at large is needed. How can we conceptualize this critical practice?
Archiprix International in Montevideo
Group 1 - No Limits! is directed by Anna Heringer.
Lecture at RIBA, London
10th February 2009 More...
Winner of the Emerging Architecture Awards 2008!
The DESI project and HOMEmade family houses in Rudrapur are amongst the three winners of this year's AR Emerging Architecture Awards.
"Out of the ordinary!" (Paul Finch)
The Emerging Architecture Exhibition is at the Royal Institute of British Architects until Feb 28
"Another clay-, straw- and bamboo-made two-storey eye-catching school building was inaugurated
at Rudrapur in Dinajpur yesterday near the similar old building which won the 2007 triennial Aga Khan Award for Best Architecture. (...)" The Daily Star on 18/10/2008. Read more...
World Architecture Community Award
Good news - the concept of the HOMEmade project (family houses) in Rudrapur is spreading and just got rewarded with the Architecture Community Awards 1st Circle!
Congratulation and thanks to all who helped to turn this vision into reality - first of all the client families for their trust in us, the students of BRAC University (Bangladesh) and the students of the Linz University of Art/ project-studio BASEhabitat (Austria) for all passion and efforts they have invested in these projects and of course our partners Dipshikha and Shanti for their great support.
The Darkside Club - Biennale 2008 in Venice
"The Darkside Club, acts as a satellite event to the Biennale, providing a platform to showcase the best of current thinking within a forum of critical debate.
The curators for 2008 3x3x3 are three leading experimental practitioners and master teachers Greg Lynn (USA / UAA Vienna), Patrik Schumacher (UK / AA London) and Gregor Eichinger (Vienna / ETH Zurich). The curators will explore issues aligned to how space and architecture perform in an increasingly sophisticated century, which continues to question the physical limitation of the built environment.
It is hoped that The Darkside Club will continue to create an international dialogue on emerging experimental practice. Through presentation and visuals presented by young practitioners from around the world the curators will offer their themes for debate, to be moderated by some of the leading critics and debated with a panel of leading architects and journalists and the salon as a whole."
The Darkside Club, Saturday 13th September
Moderator: Paul Finch
Theme: Basic Instincts
Lehm Ton Erde - Martin Rauch
Baubotanik - Hannes Schwertfeger, Ferdinand Ludwig, Oliver Storz