PRESENTATION BY OLDRICH HOZMAN
Please join us for this special presentation in which we will explore Rudolf Steiner’s ideas related to architecture, highlighting these elements:
- Therapeutic features of organic architecture
- Organic shapes and how surrounding form works on humans
- Examples of Waldorf school architecture
- Demonstration of the construction of a dairy on a biodynamic farm
- Organic villa in El Palol, Spain
- Goetheanistic forms – house studio for artists
- Currently working with Double Dome Culture House in Germany
Oldřich Hozman is a member of the General Anthroposophical Society since 2008 and its School of Spiritual Science since 2017. At various conferences in Dornach/Goetheanum, he accompanies and leads art workshops of contemplative observation of the 2nd Goetheanum (i.e. World Eurythmy Conference, 2016). He presented his work and had presentation of therapeutical features of organic architecture on year Medical Conference 2018 in Goetheanum. He lectures and he is a member of Anthroposophical Society in Czech Republic since 2008. He lectures mainly about 1st and 2nd Goetheanum principles, about twelve senses.
As an architect steeped in Rudolf Steiner’s design principles, he lectures about Waldorf school architecture principles. Hozman supports the holistic view on the creation of a healthy environment and architecture. Since 2009, he personally organizes every year seminar and workshop of anthroposophical plastic works and wood carving of goetheanistic forms. At various international conferences, he lectures on new approaches to architectural design in harmony with nature. As an author, he also writes and contributes in magazines for Waldorf teachers about anthroposophical and Waldorf school architecture principles.
Up-Coming Café Guests
Please watch for special Saturday Cafés
as we periodically will hear from Café Guests outside of North America!
November 17: Kimberley Lewis
November 24: Patrick Kennedy
December 2: Tobias Kaye (Special Saturday Café @ 11 a.m. U.S. MT)
December 8: Adam Blanning
December 15: Christopher Schaefer