Sunday 29.06.14, 20:00
Marco Hemmerling: Informing Spaces (Lectures)

German designer, architect and author of the art object Cityscope Marco Hemmerling on the the impact of interactivity to the city rutines 













Marco Hemmerling, architect, director of Studio for Spatial Design (Germany), the author of the Cityscope public art object, will perform a lecture at Strelka about the impact of mobile architecture and design structures on the urban routine. Hemmerling is convinced that presentation of the objects like Cityscope in the urban spaces allows residents to focus on the surrounding environment and, due to interactivity, to feel that you are a part of it. According to the reaction of passers-by to the urban kaleidoscope (more than 500 "cityselfies" of the reflections in the Cityscope were published on Instagram within a month), Marco Hemmerling's vision has a right to exist – more on which can be found at the lecture on the 29th of June.

Cityscope art object at the moment can be found at the Crimean embankment and will be at the VDNKH on the 30th of June – is presented as a part of the Lexus Hybrid Art project Episode 1.

Marco Hemmerling - graduated from the Interior design and media management faculty at Bauhaus University in Weimar, Milan Polytechnic University and the University of Applied Sciences in Bochum (Germany). He is Head of Studio for Spatial Design based in Cologne. Prior to founding the studio Hemmerling collaborated with internationally renowned architectural firms, including the Dutch master Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos, UNStudio. Marco Hemmerling was engaged in research projects in the status of professor, teaches a course "Digital design in architecture and interiors" at the University of Applied Sciences in Detmold (Germany) and is a director of the Master's program "Computational design and construction". Studio for Spatial Design founded by Marco Hemmerling is engaged in projects in architecture, industrial design and interior design. The diverse experience of architectural design allows studio professionals to create objects, which greatly enhance the effects of people's interaction with specific environmental factors.