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  • Berlin as we know it – with its centres, residential quarters, and suburbs – marks its 100th anniversary in 2020. A reason to celebrate, but also a spur to think about the future development of the region. After years of stagnation, dynamism is returning to the Berlin-Brandenburg region: population growth, new flows of commuters and goods, new quarters and housing developments, a new rail map, a...
  • ARCAM – Architectuurcentrum Amsterdam
    Oct 1–Nov 12, 2020
    Six design teams drew on the Amsterdam of the future. The result of this design manifestation can be seen from 1 October in the OBA at the Oosterdok in the exhibition Thuis in de stad, Amsterdam 2050 in beeld. At home in the city, Amsterdam 2050 in pictures  shows how the existing space in the city of the future can be better utilized and what that can yield. The designs, which provide...
  • After the success of the first two editions, Biennale i2a evolves in Swiss biennal of territory to talk about re-use. Conferences, exhibitions, film screenings and urban walks: the convivial environment that distinguishes i2a concentrated in three days of exchange and enrichment on what will be the territory, together with some of the Swiss and international protagonists of the contemporary...
  • Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Humlebæk
    Oct 8, 2020–Jan 31, 2021
    In the fourth exhibition in The Architect’s Studio series, the Indian architect Anupama Kundoo aims to shed light on a scarce resource in our life: time. Kundoo sees time as a forgotten resource in architecture, while architecture is a process that embraces the present, the past and the future. Constructed as a journey through time, the exhibition explores and integrates traditional Indian...
  • La Galerie d'Architecture Paris
    Oct 11–Nov 4, 2020
    Architecture is a territory - Rémy Marciano More than ever, the art of building must make the notions of territory and appropriation its watchwords. Not one and the other, but one for the other. Until then, a "contextualist" school had turned a close environment into a source of anecdotes and references to establish a case and legitimize a construction. The territory is not a mine but, on the...
  • Architekturmuseum der TU München
    Oct 14, 2020–Jan 10, 2021
    Opening: Oct 13, 2:00 pm
    Computers have become an integral part of our everyday lives. Whether in the office, at the cash register in the supermarket, or in the living room—bits and bytes are now part of almost all technical devices. Today, computers are also the norm in architectural practices, aiding the design as well as the visualization of new projects. They have become “architecture machines.” For the first time in...
  • deSingel - International arts campus Antwerpen
    Oct 16, 2020–Jan 10, 2021
    Within the BWMSTR label, academics and experts explored how the sectoral plan was conceived, but above all, how we can now escape from it. The exhibition Inspire to Expire shows the result of this quest. The zoning plan Flemish spatial planning is inextricably linked to the zoning plans. These were drawn up in the 1970s and cover the whole of Belgium. Fifty years on, they still determine where...


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