From the research Lab: After Tomorrow # 2- An online Conversation with Arch. Matthias Sauerbruch and Arch. Zvi Efrat

Urban affairs Talk in times of COVID 19: part 2. As we are currently debating how the design world is changing before our eyes - this episode features a conversation with leading architects and theorists from Germany and Israel about the post-epidemic day. A talk about planning from the public space to the private realm of cities of tomorrow. About the participants:
Matthias Sauerbruch is a director of Sauerbruch Hutton, which he founded in 1989 together with Louisa Hutton in London. Based in Berlin since 1993, the practice currently employs about 100 staff and is engaged in a number of projects throughout Europe. Their work has become well known for its serious engagement with issues of sustainability, as well as the creation of sensual spaces and signature facades. Matthias has served on international juries, and lectures at many institutions and universities worldwide. Zvi Efrat, architect and architectural historian, is a partner in Efrat-Kowalsky Architects (EKA) and was head of the Department of Architecture at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem. He has taught at several universities, lectured worldwide, published extensively, and curated numerous exhibitions, among them Borderline Disorder at the Israeli Pavilion of the 8th Architectural Biennale, Venice, in 2002, recently he published the book The Object of Zionism-a critical study of Zionist spatial planning and the architectural fabrication of the State of Israel from the early 20th century to the 1960s and '70s
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