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the future of modernity <br>symposium, 17 september 2021

the future of modernity
symposium, 17 september 2021

Our third online symposium focused on conservation strategies being discussed in Germany and Southeast Asia.
House without Walls<br>Oswald Nagler in Rangoon

House without Walls
Oswald Nagler in Rangoon

The American architect Oswald Nagler came to Myanmar (then Burma) in 1957. The house he designed for himself in Rangoon can still serve as a model for responsible architecture.
the present of modernity<br>symposium, 11 june 2021

the present of modernity
symposium, 11 june 2021

In lectures, videos, and discussions the event explored how to bring modernist buildings into the future and what considerations can be helpful in this process.
gelora bung karno – from a heritage sports complex to a modern public park

gelora bung karno – from a heritage sports complex to a modern public park

With this video for Contested Modernities, d-associates reflect on the process of the Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex renovation.
stop architectural deforestation!

stop architectural deforestation!

The discussion of heritage conservation has to move towards a more holistic view that includes an ethical discourse of environmental and social sustainability.
building modernities and launch of arch+ 243<br>symposium, 16 april 2021

building modernities and launch of arch+ 243
symposium, 16 april 2021

The first event explored how modernities were build through transnational collaborations, and presented issue 243 of ARCH+ on Contested Modernities.
interview with the myanmar architect u shwe

interview with the myanmar architect u shwe

In many of his projects, U Shwe combined Japanese simplicity with the formal canon of traditional Myanmar architecture.
interview with the myanmar artist nay myo say

interview with the myanmar artist nay myo say

Nay Myo Say is considered a representative of the “third wave” of young Burmese painters, whose work was not considered an angry rebellion, but more a celebration of opportunity.