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Anssi Lassila is speaking at THE PLAN Forum Perspectives on Architecture and Interior Design on May 18-19, 2021

posted on May 14th 2021 in News

Anssi Lassila is participating in a panel discussion on the Art of Transformation in the Perspective Virtual Forum on Architecture and Interior Design on May 18-19, 2021. The event is organized by THE PLAN.

  • Anssi Lassila, OOPEAA
  • The Art of Transformation 
  • Panel Discussion 
  • Perspective Virtual Forum on Central and Eastern Europe 
  • May 18 at 6 pm CET 
  • online 

Exploring design strategies for shaping interactions and redefining spatial boundaries and functional programs, the panel is chaired by Thorsten Helbig, Co-founder of Knippers Helbig. Anssi Lassila, Founder and Director of OOPEAA will be joined in the discussion by Philip Samyn, Founder of Samyn and Partners, and Giuseppe Farris, Founder of Studio Farris.

The panel discussions are free and open to the public. However, registration is required to attend online as audience.

For registration, please go here.

The Perspective Virtual Forum features a rich programme of one-to-one face-to-face business meetings and virtual conferences with prime speakers focusing on contemporary trends and up-to-date topics in architecture and design. It is the second online event in the series of the Perspective Virtual Forums organised by THE PLAN.

A program of panel discussions addressing current issues in architecture and involving leading figures in architecture and design on an international scale will open and close each day of Forum. The panel discussions feature a rich array of participants including Dietrich|Untertrifaller, JOI-Design, A10 Architects, Berger+Parkkinen, OOPEAA, Samyn and Partners, Studio Farris, KWK Promes, Powerhouse Company, Hadi Teherani, Ippolito Fleitz Group, Studio Modijefsky and INNOCAD architecture.

For more information on the event and a detailed program, see here.

For a recent interview of Anssi Lassila on the use of wood in architecture for a sustainable and technological future published in THE PLAN Magazine, see here.