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  • The Lighthouse Glasgow
    Sep 28–Nov 30, 2017
    ‘Like a ribbon in space’ is how Jonathan Glancey quoted Zaha Hadid’s own description of the curves and planes of MAXXI, the art and architecture museum she designed for the Flaminio district in Rome. Liam Leslie’s sensitive eye presents a building that houses art, as art rather than architecture. Concrete becomes abstract, earthly becomes ethereal, and all sense of scale disappears; these...
  • Architekturgalerie München e.V.
    Sep 29–Nov 11, 2017
    Opening: Sep 28, 7:00 pm
    Travels and accumulated memories of the architect can be considered “state zero” of architecture, in the case of Tabanlioglu Architects, a tradition extending to Dr. Hayati Tabanlioglu. Layout of the exhibition space will follow the scenography which reveals the dichotomy; a selection of TA_’s work across the globe, and at the backdrop, the architect’s collected images from all around, all times...
  • ETH Departement Architektur Zürich
    Sep 29–Oct 27, 2017
    Opening: Sep 28, 6:00 pm
    The Annual Exhibition presents student work from the courses of architectural design, technology, and art at the Department of Architecture, produced in the semester studios of the previous year, but also as part of a master’s thesis project. The affiliated teaching and research units, closely tied to the design studios, and additional research facilities complete the spectrum of teaching and...
  • Center for Architecture New York City
    Oct 2, 2017–Jan 18, 2018
    Opening: Oct 2, 6:00 pm
    Scaffolding is an exhibition that examines the history and extraordinary potential of scaffolding as a kit-of-parts technology to provide novel forms of inhabitation and access. Of particular interest to our local New York City audience – there are an estimated 280 miles of scaffolding occupying New York City at any given time – scaffolding is a flexible and accessible system hiding in plain...
  • GSAPP Columbia University New York City
    Oct 6, 2017–Jan 19, 2018
    The Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery is pleased to present No. 9, an exhibition conceived by Frida Escobedo Taller de Arquitectura (Mexico City). The exhibition explores the history of la Ruta de la Amistad (“Route of Friendship”) in Mexico City—a series of nineteen monumental abstract sculptures by artists from seventeen countries, realized as part of the cultural program of the 1968 Olympics...


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