Workshop with Kids: Architecture and Planning

How would the City look like in the view of their youngest inhabitants? We organized a workshop at a children’s university in the small town of Weyer (KinderUni Oberösterreich) with the focus on urban analysis and sustainability in planning and architecture. See the gallery to find out more about the great designs the kids created in just … Continue reading

The movens Project

It’s all about space in various scales – ranging from architectural details to constructive structures, buildings, city and regional development to satellite navigation and measuring the world. The aim of movens society (founded in 2011 by Katharina Tielsch, Marjan Maftoon and Fabian Dembski) is to make children and youth aware of the built environment, of … Continue reading

foundation of the movens society

Katharina Tielsch, Marjan Maftoon and Fabian Dembski founded the movens society for the promotion of architecture, regional development planning and constructional engineering to pupils and youth. Activity emphasis is on information about studies and jobs as well as on providing insight into the subject matter. With the scientific program porticus fundamental principles in conveyance of … Continue reading

CREATE YOUR WORLD – ARS ELECTRONICA

CREATE YOUR WORLD | CREATE YOUR WORLD – ARS ELECTRONICA.  

Kinderuni Wien

This years first lecturer for children was about architecture and music and their close relationship. Based on examples of both disciplines the young audience could learn about historical developments from the ancient world to the 21st century and contemporary influences. Finally the children developed great designs for concert-halls during listening to contemporary music. Together with Katharina Tielsch … Continue reading

Summer: Lectures and Workshops for Children’s-University

This year’s program for children’s university is fixed. The 8th year in succession Katharina Tielsch and Fabian Dembski will focus this summer on presenting architecture to children from 6 to 15 years with the aim of encouraging their creativity, to support their understanding of contemporary architecture and the process of designing. July: Kinderuni Wien / … Continue reading