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  • Utzon Center Aalborg
    Nov 17, 2018–May 26, 2019
    This new exhibition series focuses on architecture and design created in the tension field between local and global, the first time featuring the starchitect Reiulf Ramstad. ‘New Nordic’, ‘Nordic Noir’, Nordic design and Nordic cuisine. Over the past decade our Nordic self-awareness has increased. However, while there has been a major focus on our Nordic roots, some people think that the...
  • ADAM – Brussels Design Museum
    Nov 21, 2018–May 5, 2019
    A partnership with the Vitra Design Museum. The nightclub is one of the most important design spaces in contemporary culture. Since the 1960s, nightclubs have been epicentres of pop culture, distinct spaces of nocturnal leisure providing architects and designers all over the world with opportunities and inspiration. Night Fever. Designing Club Culture 1960 – Today offers the first large-scale...
  • ETH Departement Architektur Zürich
    Nov 22–Dec 14, 2018
    Opening: Nov 22, 12:00 pm
    The exhibition 12 Views of Venice, 2018 features drawings by thirty-seven architecture students from ETH Zurich, University of Tsukuba, and The University of Queensland, who participated in the Architectural Ethnography Summer School in the Japan Pavilion at the 16th Architecture Biennale in Venice. Through the means of collaborative pencil drawings, the school explored twelve different public...
  • Az W – Architekturzentrum Wien
    Nov 22, 2018–Mar 18, 2019
    Opening: Nov 21, 7:00 pm
    Denise Scott Brown has shaped the development of architecture over the last 50 years. High time for the world's first extensive solo exhibition on the work of this 86-year-old architect, urban planner, educator, and writer. Denise Scott Brown has been influencing architects and theorists worldwide with her projects, photographic research and books ever since the 1960s. Scott Brown is well-known...
  • arc en rêve – centre d'architecture Bordeaux
    Nov 22, 2018–Mar 3, 2019
    Opening: Nov 19, 6:30 pm
    Une grande partie de la population bangladaise, dont des architectes et des urbanistes, fait face avec idéalisme, engagement et optimisme aux problèmes du pays. Ses risques accrus d’inondations dus aux changements climatiques mais aussi son explosion démographique et l’exode rural qui l’accompagne sont les nouveaux défis auxquels les acteurs de l’aménagement doivent faire face. Le néolibéralisme...


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