ARCH+ features 71:
Trix & Robert Haussmann: Störung der Form durch die Funktion


Fredi Fischli, Niels Olsen in conversation with Oliver Elser and Oda Pälmke on the work of Trix & Robert Haussmann


10 February 18, 4 pm

Venue: Studio, 1st floor, front building
In German


<p>Trix & Robert Haussmann, <em>Manierismo Critico</em>, 1981</p>

Trix & Robert Haussmann, Manierismo Critico, 1981


Oliver Elser is curator at Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) in Frankfurt am Main, where he organized, among others, the exhibition Mission: Postmodern. In this context in 2014, he published Die Klotz-Tapes in cooperation with ARCH+, in which he pioneered the updating of the theoretical discourse on postmodernism. Elser was curator of Making Heimat for the German Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennial in 2016.


Oda Pälmke is architect and author of TYPEN. Good, Bad and Ugly Houses, GANZ GUT. QUITE GOOD HOUSES, FACADES and HAUS IDEAL. The Making Of, who wrings out moments of beauty of generic everyday architecture. In doing so, she is contextualized to a contemporary generation of architects who continue thinking about the existing while expressing their own sense of time by transforming it. She is professor at the Technical University in Kaiserslautern (DE).


In cooperation with ARCH+