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International Council 2016: Munich

October 3–5


All photos by Volker Rebhan

Kai-Uwe Bergmann, Partner, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)
Kim Herforth Nielsen, 3XN
Torben Ostergaard3XN
Sasa Radulovic5468796 Architecture
Johanna Hurme5468796 Architecture
Raymond QuinnArup
Denzil Gallagher, BuroHappold Engineering
Neil Billett, BuroHappold Engineering
Phil CoffeyCoffey Architects
Susanna SirefmanDovetail Design Strategists
Tomas StokkeHaptic Architects
Scott GradyHaptic Architects
Manuelle GautrandManuelle Gautrand Architecture
Gabriela FrankOlson Kundig Architects
Kirsten MurrayOlson Kundig Architects
Kevin Kudo-KingOlson Kundig Architects
Michael Bischoff, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners
Jennifer MarmonPlatform for Architecture + Research
Scott Hughes, Silman
Craig DykersSnøhetta
Elaine MolinarSnøhetta
Stefan Blach, Studio Libeskind
Carl BäckstrandWhite Arkitekter
Monica von Schmalensee, White Arkitekter
Jonas EdbladWingardh Arkitektkontor
David van der Leer, Van Alen Institute
Chloe Stagaman, Van Alen Institute

The International Council is a platform for exchange among leading architects, designers, developers, and planners, representing practices across more than 26 cities and 15 countries. Members meet twice annually to identify and investigate issues facing cities around the world, and to guide the impact of the Institute’s public programming, research, and design competitions. Council members also convene with local policymakers, developers, researchers, and designers, identifying topics with the potential for deeper exploration with Van Alen’s international audience.

The Council is currently led by Co-Chairs Alfredo Carabello and Daniel Elsea of Allies and Morrison, and Carl Bäckstrand and Monica von Schmalensee of White Arkitekter. The next International Council meeting will be held May 15-17, 2019 in London.

For more information, please contact Stacey Anderson, Associate Director of Business Development and Special Initiatives at sanderson@vanalen.org, or 212-924-7000.