Edited by Baerbel Mueller, Frida Robles, and the Institute of Architecture at the University
of Applied Arts Vienna.
Published by Birkhäuser Basel, in Die Angewandte’s book series Edition
via Zoom and YouTube
Join us for an online discussion on notions of human displacement and its spatial implications with architect and scholar Andrew
Herscher, together with the book editors and contributors: Stefanie Theuretzbacher, Franz Sam, Stavros
Papastavrou, Gerald Reyes, Benoit Wuatelet, Ashqi Ahmed, Zeyad Khalaf Hussein, Kieran Fraser, Jana Forsthuber, Ilias Klis,
Mina Bassam Al-Hayawi, Alejandra Loreto, Chien-hua Huang, Jonathan Paljor, Isin Onol, Barbara Putz Plecko, Gerald Bast,
Romola Sanyal, Alessandro Petti (DAAR), Mario Rizzi, and graphic designer Shirin Omran.
by Frida Robles.
A book by [applied] Foreign Affairs.
book Structures of Displacement refers to a joint project between [a]FA at the Institute of Architecture at the University
of Applied Arts Vienna. and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) for the conception and design of
the Agricultural Training Center in Harsham Camp in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan (2016-2019), a contribution to the overall UN brief
of "integrated stabilization, economic recovery and reconstruction support for displaced persons and returnees". As part of
the project, [a]FA mapped the Harsham camp in order to identify economic networks, habitats, and individual stories. Structures
of Displacement was also organized as an exhibition and symposium that took place in October 2019 at the Angewandte.
Baerbel Mueller, Frida Robles, Shirin Omran, Roswitha Janowski-Fritsch