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Architecture with a superlative line-up

The November Talks 2019 at the University of Stuttgart will encompass numerous facets

The fourteenth edition of the “November Talks”, a series of lectures by prestigious international architects funded by the non-profit Sto Foundation, kicks off on 6 November 2019. On four evenings in November, the lower lecture hall in the K2 high-rise at the University of Stuttgart will be the platform for four speakers in total, who will address relevant topics in contemporary architecture.

Liliane Haltmeister and Luise Kister, two Swiss architects from Zurich, will kick off the talks at 7pm on 6 November 2019. Guest speaker on 13 November is Dutch architect Francine Houben. In addition, 20 and 27 November will set the stage for speakers Alexandra Hagen and Barbara Vogt from the Swedish architecture office 'Whitearkitekter' and British architect Alison Brooks.

The events in Stuttgart are part of the international "November Talks", which will be held in parallel in that month at five additional European universities in Venice, Graz, Prague, Paris and London. Students and professionals can look forward to richly diverse lectures from industry experts at all six locations. Admission to the events is free.