‘Breathing Architecture’ Exhibition / WOHA

  • 08 Jul 2012
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WOHA‘s traveling exhibition, ‘Breathing Architecture’, is on its way to Taichung, after a successful run at the acclaimed Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) in Frankfurt. Taking place at the Taichung Info-Box July 26-September 23, the exhibition features concepts of open structures which embrace aspects of community and permeability of form in response to climate and nature.

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  • Simon B

    More utopian dreams? Rather than a enlightened an “response to climate and nature” this seem more like harking back to the mistakes of the past.

    • kb

      preach it!

      Also, too many designs these days use visualizations to deceive: tons of vegetation and wind turbines on the building…it must be sustainable!

  • JK

    Someone please show me an “Arch-onym Firm” that doesn’t use over the top renderings… OMA, BIG, HWKN, now WOHA? Come on…

    • JK

      edit: I should mention…. HWKN isn’t actually a legitimate architecture firm…

  • pallavi rani

    plzzz send me plan of exhibitions and workshop areas.

  • Jocelyn

    When you see it…
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