Welcome and Shalom

to our Second Virtual Conference on Brutalism (Via Zoom)

Wednesday, June 29,  2022  10:00 am to 16:00 pm (cest)      11:00 am – 17:00 Israel time

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Brutal Change – a conference on the conservation, renovation and climate-efficient use of brutalist buildings – is a binational project, partnering with the Council for Conservation of Historical Sites in Israel and the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, that deals with the brutalist building typologies of modernism.

a binational project, partnering with the Council for Conservation of Historical Sites in Israel and the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, that deals with the brutalist building typologies of modernism.

 

Among the speakers

Dr. Gil Yaron

Director - Office of the State of North-Rhine Westphalia for Economy, Science, Education, Youth and Culture in Israel

Peter Köddermann

Managing Director Program Baukultur Nordrhein-Westfalen

Dr. Karin Berkemann

Theologian and art historian M.A. Curator of the Dalman Collection at the University of Greifswald

Tamar Tuchler

Vice president, Director of the International Affairs Department, the Council for Conservation of Heritage Sites in Israel

Arch. Eran Mordohovich

Head, ICOMOS Israel, Israeli Antiquities Authority, Technion Haifa

Sebastian Helm

HPP Architekten Leipzig

Dr. Zvi Elhyani, Michael Jacobson

Founding Director of the Israel Architecture Archive, Architect and Geographer

Arch. Uri Padan

Conservation Arch, UP Architects , board member of ICOMOS Israel

Prof. Wolfgang Sonne

TU Dortmund

Arch. Rotem Zeevi

Managing Director, Department of Conservation, Beersheba Municipality

Klaus Dosch

Industrial engineer and geologist, Member of the Resources Commission of the Federal Environment Agency, NRW

Brutal Change Agenda

Israel time 11:00am – 17:00pm      German time 10:00am – 16:00pm

To download and print Agenda, Click ISRAEL

Click Here for Agenda in  GERMAN

11:00 Welcome by Dr. Karin Berkemann
11:05 Opening and greetings from the partners
Dr. Markus Speich, State Secretary for Federal and European Affairs and International Affairs of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia

Dr. Gil Yaron, Office of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia for Economy, Science, Education, Youth and Culture in Israel

Peter Köddermann, Management Program Baukultur NRW

Tamar Tuchler, Vice president, Director of the International Affairs Department, the Council for conservation of Heritage Sites in Israel

Eran Mordohovich, Architect , Head, ICOMOS Israel, Israeli Antiquities Authority, Technion Haifa

11:30 A critical view of Brutalist large – scale architecture
 from an urban planning perspective and with reference to possibilities of reconstruction
Prof. Wolfgang Sonne, TU Dortmund
The Old and the Bad? Israeli Brutalism Revisited

Dr. Zvi Elhyani, Founding Director of the Israel Architecture Archive

Michael Jacobson, Architect and Geographer

13:00 Break and Live Music
13:15 Evaluation of building processes and voices from the field on climate-efficient building methods
and the link between energy efficiency/sustainability and brutalism, best practice
Klaus Dosch, Faktor X NRW
Jerusalem in the Israeli era – conservation of brutal, postmodern and experimental architectural and other sights
Arch. Uri Padan Administration Board Icomos Israel
15:00 Break and Live Music
15:30 What criteria must Brutalist architecture fulfill for preservation and conversion?
The conversion and realignment of Marl Town Hall, Jan Bakema. A perspective from the process.

Sebastian Helm, HPP Architekten

Retrofit: The sustainable use of historical buildings

Arch. Rotem Zevi, Managing Director- Department of Conservation in Be’er Sheva Municipality

16:30 Closing words
Dr. Gil Yaron

Peter Köddermann

17:00 End

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Registration

* Registration for the conference is free of charge. After registering, you will receive a registration confirmation and login link to the zoom

The recognition as an educational event has been applied for at the Chamber of Architects of North Rhine-Westphalia