Tøyen Concrete AT
Tøyen Concrete is a studio course at TU Wien's Institute for Architecture and Design, led by Eva Mair and Katherina Putzer
TU Wien is a part of the exhibition MUNCH FULL / MUNCH EMPTY / WHAT’S NEXT? with the project Tøyen Concrete – Visions for the old Munch Museum.
Tøyen Concrete – Visions for the old Munch Museum shows student projects developed in the studio course Tøyen concrete, at the Institute of Architecture and Design – Research Unit Building Theory by Design – TU Wien, under the lead and supervision of Eva Mair and Katherina Putzer. The topic of the course was the transformation of the former Munch Museum, focusing on the building's history, on the concrete architecture from the post-war period, and possible new programs for the building as a contribution to the neighbourhood of Tøyen.
Eva Mair, born 1983 in Bozen/Bolzano, Italy, studied architecture at TU Graz, Austria and the ETSAV Barcelona, Spain. After graduating, she worked with Walter Angonese and ARTEC Architekten. Since 2014 she is teaching and researching as assistant professor at the Institute of Architecture and Design - Research Unit Building Theory by Design at TU Wien, Austria. 2021 she co-founded together with Johannes Paar the office for architecture Mair-Paar. Eva Mair is a registered architect in Austria and member of the Chamber of Architects of Wien, Niederösterreich and Burgenland.
Katherina Putzer, born 1983 in South Tyrol, Italy, studied architecture at TU Wien, Austria and at AHO - The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, where she graduated in 2010. She has worked in architectural offices in Italy, Austria, the Netherlands and in Norway and is now resident in Oslo. From 2012 - 2016 she was a founding partner at Arkitekturkollektivet. Since 2016 she is working at TALO Arkitektur, former Derlick Arkitekter. From 2019 - 2022 she was an assistant professor at AHO. Since 2022 she is a guest teacher at TU Wien, Institute of Architecture and Design - Research Unit Building Theory by Design, and runs a studio course with focus on the old Munch Museum in Oslo together with Eva Mair.
Students: Hanna Ebenhöh, Ramona Dünser, Jonas Ramoser, Christoph Güttl, Liudmyla Makeieva, Cenk Akkurt, Cem Eyidogan, Lisa Wolter, Lara Schmitz, Anastasia Prozorovska, Agnes Schulz-Bongert, Julia Thaler, Anna Romanova, Alexander Thoma, Leonie Murero, Attila Máthé.
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