Mar 7–May 5, 2024

The Great Repair

21, bld Morland, 75004 Paris Map
Tue–Sat 10:30 am–6:30 pm, Sun 11 am–7 pm

After the very successful premiere at the Academy of Arts in Berlin, the exhibition The Great Repair is now going to Paris. The Pavillon de l'Arsenal, the center for urbanism and architecture of the city of Paris, is taking over the exhibition in a condensed version. We are pleased that the topic will be taken up internationally and that the exhibition will serve as a starting point for German-French exchange on sustainability issues.

The Great Repair is a project by ARCH+ in cooperation with the Academy of Arts, Berlin, the Department of Architecture at ETH Zurich, and the Master in Architecture at the University of Luxembourg. The Paris station is made possible through cooperation with the Pavillon de l’Arsenal and funding from the Foreign Office.

Participants of the Paris station:
Assemble, Atelier Bow-Wow, Brenne Architekten with Jana Hainbach / TU Munich / HfBK Dresden / Academy of Arts Baukunstarchiv, Matthias Brenner, Center for Spatial Technologies, Agnes Denes, Studio Anna Heringer, Florian Hertweck & Caroline Faber & Marija Marić & Céline Zimmer / Master Architecture University of Luxembourg, Interboro with Center for Justice Innovation & Patterson Houses NeighborhoodStat Team & Richard A. Chance & Coco McPherson, Folke Köbberling & Martin Kaltwasser, Lacaton & Vassal, Silke Langenberg, Limbo Accra, Charlotte Malterre-Barthes, Material Cultures, Fuminori Nousaku & Mio Tsuneyama, Bas Princen, Alexander Stumm, Takhayali, Paulo Tavares, THEMA (Sarah Nichols, Akshar Gajjar, Marion Moutal) with Syn Liu, Milica Topalović / Architecture of Territory ETH Zurich, Mierle Laderman Ukeles (curated by Bettina Knaup) , UVW-SAW