under construction…

we are assembling our new exhibition, so the werkraum house is under construction

 

from 30 May to 2 Juni 2017

 
as well as

 
from 20 June to 30 June 2017

 

exhibition handmade

18 June – 1 October 2016

Tuesday to Saturday 10 am to 6 pm

19 June to 28 August also on Sundays

 

An exhibition of the Werkraum Bregenzerwald.
Curated by Peter Zumthor,
with films by Matthias Günter.

 

Trailer HANDGEMACHT from Werkraum Bregenzerwald on Vimeo.

 

conversations

28 | 29 | 30 September

 

 

“We do many things with our hands, touch people, play the piano, sewing clothes, lay rebar in formwork, grind flooring, clean ditches. Sometimes the prestige of´handmade objects is great. Sometimes the result of work performed with the hands is hardly worth mentioning or is not even visible. Artists, who paint, draw and give shape to things speak of the intuition of the hand, while manual labourers on the production line tell other stories.

 

In the exhibition titled “handmade” we want to use cinematic means to display an inventory of things that were made by hand. Without judging. In accompanying interviews craftsmen are invited to report

about their work.”

 

Haldenstein in January 2016, Peter Zumthor

 

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Fachtagung HolzModulBau

Freitag, 18. März 2016
14.00 – 17.30 Uhr Fachtagung
18.30 – 20.00 Uhr Podiumsdiskussion
Werkraum Bregenzerwald, Andelsbuch

 

Mit Impulsreferaten zur technologischen und architektonischen
Entwicklung sowie zur Innovation im Bereich des Holzmodulbaus.

 

Referenten:

Univ. Prof. Mag.arch. Roland Gnaiger (Kunstuniversität Linz, die architektur)

DI Arch. Harald Heusser (Baudirektor Hochbauamt Frankfurt a. M.)

BM Johannes Kaufmann (Johannes Kaufmann Architektur, Dornbirn/Wien)

Matthias Kaufmann (Zimmerei Tischlerei Kaufmann, Reuthe) 

Arch. Dipl.-Ing. Simon Speigner (SPS Architekten, Thalgau).

 

Moderation: Dr. Verena Konrad, Direktorin Vorarlberger Architektur Institut – Kooperationspartner Fachtagung

 

 

Beitrag Fachtagung: 25,- € (inkl. Getränke)

freier Eintritt zur Podiumsdiskussion
Anmeldungen an info@werkraum.at

 

In Koooperation mit dem
vai Vorarlberger Architektur Institut

Fachtagung HolzModulBau

Freitag, 18. März 2016
14.00 – 17.30 Uhr Fachtagung
18.30 – 20.00 Uhr Podiumsdiskussion
Werkraum Bregenzerwald, Andelsbuch

 

Mit Impulsreferaten zur technologischen und architektonischen
Entwicklung sowie zur Innovation im Bereich des Holzmodulbaus.

 

Referenten:

Univ. Prof. Mag.arch. Roland Gnaiger (Kunstuniversität Linz, die architektur)

DI Arch. Harald Heusser (Baudirektor Hochbauamt Frankfurt a. M.)

BM Johannes Kaufmann (Johannes Kaufmann Architektur, Dornbirn/Wien)

Matthias Kaufmann (Zimmerei Tischlerei Kaufmann, Reuthe) 

Arch. Dipl.-Ing. Simon Speigner (SPS Architekten, Thalgau).

 

Moderation: Dr. Verena Konrad, Direktorin Vorarlberger Architektur Institut – Kooperationspartner Fachtagung

 

 

Beitrag Fachtagung: 25,- € (inkl. Getränke)

freier Eintritt zur Podiumsdiskussion
Anmeldungen an info@werkraum.at

 

In Koooperation mit dem
vai Vorarlberger Architektur Institut

exhibition handmade

18 June – 1 October 2016

Tuesday to Saturday 10 am to 6 pm

19 June to 28 August also on Sundays

 

An exhibition of the Werkraum Bregenzerwald.
Curated by Peter Zumthor,
with films by Matthias Günter.

 

conversations

28 | 29 | 30 September

 

 

“We do many things with our hands, touch people, play the piano, sewing clothes, lay rebar in formwork, grind flooring, clean ditches. Sometimes the prestige of´handmade objects is great. Sometimes the result of work performed with the hands is hardly worth mentioning or is not even visible. Artists, who paint, draw and give shape to things speak of the intuition of the hand, while manual labourers on the production line tell other stories.

 

In the exhibition titled “handmade” we want to use cinematic means to display an inventory of things that were made by hand. Without judging. In accompanying interviews craftsmen are invited to report

about their work.”

 

Haldenstein in January 2016, Peter Zumthor

 

Continue reading exhibition handmade