Arno Brandlhuber works as an architect and urban planner. In 2006 he founded Brandlhuber+ (Berlin), a practice dedicated to the idea of collaboration with other architectural offices and disciplines. The work of Brandlhuber+ ranges from buildings to research projects, exhibitions to publications and political interventions. It deals with aspects of legislation and its effects on architectural and urban production.
Together with the artist and director Christopher Roth, Brandlhuber+ produced the film-series Legislating Architecture (2016), The Property Drama (2017) and Architecting after Politics (2018). The latter is part of an on-going travelling exhibition, which deals with the economization of space. Since 2017 Brandlhuber holds a professorship for architecture and design at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zürich) where he is focusing on the role of new media and technology, as arguments for future architecture. In February, the gallery and multi-use ateliers, Terrassenhaus (Berlin, 2018) was one of the five shortlisted for the Mies van der Rohe award 2019.
In his presentation – Architecture as argument – Brandlhuber will discuss the role of time-based media, such as videos and (web) television, for the production of space and the architectural discourse at large.
Lucinda Correia is an architect and co-founder of Artéria - Humanizing Architecture, an independent architectural studio founded in 2011, in Lisbon, dedicated to urban rehabilitation projects. Lucinda Correia is a member of the current editorial team of Jornal Arquitectos (J-A) of the Portuguese Architects Guild (2016/2018).
As a PhD Candidate in Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon (FA-ULisboa) with a FCT Doctoral Grant since 2018, she is a collaborating member of the Research Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Design (CIAUD) and Sustainable Project Laboratory (Sustenta) since 2017. Her research titled The (Un)certainty of the Norm. Architecture, Law and Public Policy in dialogue intends to explore the reciprocal implications of the design of the legal conceptual framework in architectural practice.