LIVING. What design can do for the future of living?
Everyone needs a home. But this is still a privilege of the few. Many habitats are only makeshift solutions providing temporary shelter. For many of us, housing is a dependent, vulnerable situation, where growing and planning is almost impossible. How much space does a human being needs? Where is the border between private and public space? Design can help us rethink these questions.


5TH OCTOBER (SATURDAY) - Co-living. Are communities our safety net?

09:30-10:00 Registration
10:00-10:30 Keynote speech - Ernst Gruber: Modells of collaborative living in Europe
10:30-10:50 Quiz / How well do you know the housing conditions in Hungary?
10:50-11:30 Rapid presentations / Collaborative housing models
Ulrike Schartner, architect (Gaupenraub+/-, Vinzidorf project)
Annamária Babos, architect (Közösségben Élni, E-Co-Housing project)
Jelinek Csaba, urban sociologist (Periféria Policy and Research Center)
11:30-12:30 Discussion / Community as safety net?
13:30-17:00 Workshop / Community-space for a typical apartment house in Budapest
Blind Date by Wonderland Platform for Architecture
17:00-17:30 Workshop presentations
18:00-19:00 Wonderland Manual for Emerging Architects / Silvia Forlati, Anne Isopp
Book presentation

12ND OCTOBER (SATURDAY) - Empowering homes. Can we achieve autonomy in housing?

09:30-10:00 Registration
10:00-10:30 Keynote speech - Zsolt Szegfalvi, CEO of Habitat for Humanity Hungary
10:30-11:00 Rapid presentations / Autonomy in living
11:00-12:00 Discussion / Liveable homes, off the grid
13:00-13:30 Rapid presentations / Micro-living. Less is more?
13:30-14:30 Discussion / Trend or need? Life below 35 squaremeters
15:00-18:00 Workshop / Design solutions for livable micro-homes in Budapest
Leader: András Hunfalvi, Flying Objects & Julia Oravecz, Kulturgorilla
17:00-17:30 Workshop presentations

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