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Architecture Congress in Palma de Majorca

The Chamber of Architects North Rhine-Westphalia held every two years, a so-called "island of Congress": an international conference architects, to the presenters and participants in the tranquil seclusion of an island invites. Because of geographic distance from work everyday "wear, experience significantly contributes to the Chamber of Architects," is also thought to uncharted territory and to dare to open new impressions. "After the Congress in previous years at Lindau, Usedom and the Channel Island of Jersey took place have been for this years theme of "natural and built environment", the capital island of Majorca as a venue chosen.

Renowned experts from different disciplines, there are about environmental issues, global warming and the vague notion of sustainability to discuss, among these experts are located next to the architect Armand Grüntuch and Almut Ernst, Manfred Hegger, and Patxi Mangado (Navarre) and Volker Hauff (Sustainability of the Federal Government), Claudia Kemfert (Institute for Economic Research) or the federal judge Udo di Fabio. Obviously, the various aspects of sustainability also from the different perspectives - the focus is naturally on the environmental challenges facing the architects.

The program of the Congress could also three bus and booked Fußtouren, where art, architecture and coastline of the island will be explored. The (architectural) diversity of Insehauptstadt, the differences between mass tourism and "sustainable tourism" and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art are the goals.

Applications can now on the website of the Chamber of Architects North Rhine-Westphalia to be - you do not have to board member in his NRW. When booking flights, we would, however, the theme of the Congress in addition to still be buying a CO2 compensation rates.

International Architecture Congress 2009
"Natural and built environment - a challenge for architects and urban planners"
Time: 10-14 June 2009
Location: Conference Center Auditorium de Palma de Mallorca, Mozart Hall, Paseo Maritimo 18, 07014 Palma de Mallorca