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  • Toto Gallery·Ma Tokyo
    Aug 21–Dec 23, 2018
    TORAFU first gained acclaim with their creative redesign ideas for hotel rooms in “TEMPLATE IN CLASKA” (2004). Working both in and beyond the realm of architectural design, they have since built a prolific oeuvre of more than 200 projects that includes houses, shop and showroom interiors, stage sets, furniture, and jewelry. In 2010, they released their original line of “airvases”. The...
  • Az W – Architekturzentrum Wien
    Aug 23–Oct 22, 2018
    Opening: Aug 22, 7:00 pm
    During the Austrian Presidency of the EU, the Az W is showing the best European architecture projects from the last two years. This year's focus is on housing, for the first time. The Mies van der Rohe Award is Europe’s most prestigious award for architecture. The key aim is to provide recognition and critical acclaim for exceptional achievements in the field of architecture within Europe....
  • La Galerie d'Architecture Paris
    Aug 28–Sep 22, 2018
    Opening: Sep 6, 6:30 pm
    For almost 50 years, Groupe-6 has taken a collective approach to developing its architectures, designing a wide variety of schemes in France and in Europe. The firm’s creations testify to its expertise in constructing the most complex projects and its commitment to an architecture that serves the public good. It has no set hallmark; its signature is a process, not a specific style. In the social...
  • The Lighthouse Glasgow
    Aug 31–Sep 30, 2018
    A dynamic exhibition showcasing The Happenstance, Scotland’s critically acclaimed contribution to the prestigious 16th International Architecture Exhibition, Venice 2018, led by artists / curators WAVEparticle. To engage with the Biennale theme of Freespace, and celebrate Scotland’s Year of Young People (YOYP), The Happenstance began in Scotland, bringing together Artists and Architects who are...
  • Eesti Arhitektuurimuuseum Tallinn
    Aug 31–Sep 30, 2018
    Opening: Aug 30, 6:00 pm
    This exhibition brings the Isokon Gallery in London to Tallinn. It celebrates a pioneering collaboration between Estonia and England, exploring the key role Luther, Venesta and plywood played in a radical experiment in urban living. The Isokon Gallery was created in 2014 to tell the remarkable story of the Isokon apartment building, also known as Lawn Road Flats, that was opened in 1934 as a...


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