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Call for Submissions: The Mashu Project

10:00 - 10 July, 2016
Call for Submissions: The Mashu Project, wall constructed out of the mashu, Photo by Tom Prezman
wall constructed out of the mashu, Photo by Tom Prezman

HAA&D is excited to invite designer, professionals and students of any discipline, to take an active part in our new emerged design community been build around our new product.

"Neither the archaeologist, nor the interior designer, nor the architect, nor the painter, nor the sculptor should furnish our apartment. Who should do it, then? The answer is quite simple: Every man his own interior designer.”
The Interiors in the Rotunda (1898) by Adolf Loos

Shortlist Revealed for World Architecture Festival Awards 2016

08:30 - 4 July, 2016
Shortlist Revealed for World Architecture Festival Awards 2016, via World Architecture Festival
via World Architecture Festival

The World Architecture Festival have announced the shortlist for their 2016 awards, featuring 343 projects from 58 countries across 32 categories. As the world's largest architectural awards program, the shortlist contains completed and future projects from every corner of the globe.

All finalists will be invited to present their project live at the festival in November at the Arena Berlin in Germany to a "super jury" that will include Kai-Uwe Bergmann (BIG), Louisa Hutton (Sauerbruch Hutton), David Chipperfield, Ole Scheeren, and ArchDaily's co-founder and Editor-in-Chief David Basulto. A winner for each of the awards' 32 categories will be selected. From this, an overarching World Building or Future Project of the Year award will be selected. Tickets for the festival can be booked here.

Making Heimat: Inside Germany's Pavilion for the 2016 Venice Biennale

04:00 - 1 July, 2016
Making Heimat: Inside Germany's Pavilion for the 2016 Venice Biennale, © Laurian Ghinitoiu
© Laurian Ghinitoiu

"Making Heimat. Germany, Arrival Country" is a response to the fact that over a million refugees arrived in Germany during 2015. The expectations for 2016 are similar. The need for housing is urgent, but just as urgent is the need for new ideas and reliable approaches to integration. The exhibition therefore consists of three parts: the first part surveys physical refugee shelters - the actual solutions that have been built to cope with the acute need. The second part seeks to define the conditions that must be present in an Arrival City in order to turn refugees into immigrants. The third part of the exhibition is the spatial design concept of the German Pavilion, which will make a statement about the contemporary political situation. Something Fantastic will plan and stage the architectural presentation and graphic design. 

© Laurian Ghinitoiu © Laurian Ghinitoiu © Laurian Ghinitoiu © Laurian Ghinitoiu +21

House of Culture / KÜHNLEIN Architektur

05:00 - 22 June, 2016
House of Culture / KÜHNLEIN Architektur, © Erich Spahn
© Erich Spahn

© Erich Spahn © Erich Spahn © Erich Spahn © Erich Spahn +27

Swimming Hall Finckensteinallee / Veauthier Meyer Architekten

01:00 - 19 June, 2016
Swimming Hall Finckensteinallee / Veauthier Meyer Architekten, Courtesy of Veauthier Meyer Architects
Courtesy of Veauthier Meyer Architects

Courtesy of Veauthier Meyer Architects Courtesy of Veauthier Meyer Architects Courtesy of Heradesign / OFischer communication Courtesy of Veauthier Meyer Architects +24

  • Architects

  • Location

    Finckensteinallee, 12205 Berlin, Germany
  • Client

    BBB Infrastruktur
  • Area

    12300.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2014

These Striking Photographs Portray Berlin’s Post-War Housing Developments in a New Light

14:00 - 17 June, 2016
These Striking Photographs Portray Berlin’s Post-War Housing Developments in a New Light, © Malte Brandenburg
© Malte Brandenburg

In this series, entitled Stacked, photographer Malte Brandenburg takes a closer look at the architectural merits of Berlin’s post-war housing estates. Captured against a flat blue sky, the images seek to strip away the historical and social burdens carried by the buildings, presenting them instead as pieces of pure architecture.

© Malte Brandenburg © Malte Brandenburg © Malte Brandenburg © Malte Brandenburg +8

TGZ Würzburg / KSG Architekten

03:00 - 14 June, 2016
TGZ Würzburg  / KSG Architekten, © Yohan Zerdoun
© Yohan Zerdoun

© Yohan Zerdoun © Yohan Zerdoun © Yohan Zerdoun © Yohan Zerdoun +13

  • Architects

  • Location

    Magdalene-Schoch-Straße, 97074 Würzburg, Germany
  • Client

    Technologie- und Gründerzentrum Würzburg, Würzburg
  • Responsible partner

    Prof. Johannes Kister
  • Area

    5143.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

Lausward Power Plant / kadawittfeldarchitektur

15:00 - 13 June, 2016
Lausward Power Plant  / kadawittfeldarchitektur , © Jens Kirchner
© Jens Kirchner

© Jens Kirchner © Jens Kirchner © Jens Kirchner © Jens Kirchner +15

  • Architects

    kadawittfeldarchitektur
  • Location

    Auf dem Rheindamm, Düsseldorf, Germany
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photographs

Joachim Herz Foundation / Kitzmann Architekten

05:00 - 10 June, 2016
Joachim Herz Foundation  / Kitzmann Architekten, © Kitzmann Architekten With Heiner Leiska
© Kitzmann Architekten With Heiner Leiska

© Kitzmann Architekten With Heiner Leiska © Kitzmann Architekten With Heiner Leiska © Kitzmann Architekten With Heiner Leiska © Kitzmann Architekten With Heiner Leiska +33

  • Architects

  • Location

    Langenhorner Chaussee 384, 22419 Hamburg, Germany
  • Architect in Charge

    Kitzmann Architekten
  • Area

    5740.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2014

House D10 / Werner Sobek

15:00 - 3 June, 2016
House D10  / Werner Sobek, © Zooey Braun
© Zooey Braun

© Zooey Braun © Zooey Braun © Zooey Braun © Zooey Braun +17

  • Architects

  • Location

    Ulm, Germany
  • Architect in Charge

    Werner Sobek
  • Area

    190.05 sqm
  • Project Year

    2010
  • Photographs

Holistic Living / GRAFT

09:00 - 29 May, 2016
Holistic Living  / GRAFT, © Tobias Hein
© Tobias Hein

© Tobias Hein © Tobias Hein © Tobias Hein © Tobias Hein +25

  • Architects

  • Location

    Wannsee, 14109 Berlin, Germany
  • Area

    232.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

St. Paulus Church / KLUMPP + KLUMPP Architekten

03:00 - 26 May, 2016
St. Paulus Church / KLUMPP + KLUMPP Architekten, © Zooey Braun
© Zooey Braun

© Zooey Braun © Zooey Braun © Zooey Braun © Zooey Braun +28

Haus SPK / nbundm*

03:00 - 25 May, 2016
Haus SPK / nbundm*, © Henning Koepke
© Henning Koepke

© Henning Koepke © Henning Koepke © Henning Koepke © Henning Koepke +19

  • Architects

  • Location

    Ingolstadt, Germany
  • Craftsmen

    Hechinger Bau GmbH, Karl Kernl Zimmerei, Form Holz Voit
  • Area

    178.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

Medium Voltage Grid Control Center / Architekturbüro Steidl

15:00 - 18 May, 2016
Medium Voltage Grid Control Center / Architekturbüro Steidl, Courtesy of Architekturbüro Steidl
Courtesy of Architekturbüro Steidl

Courtesy of Architekturbüro Steidl Courtesy of Architekturbüro Steidl Courtesy of Architekturbüro Steidl Courtesy of Architekturbüro Steidl +29

  • Architects

  • Location

    Bärnhof, 92431 Neunburg vorm Wald, Germany
  • Area

    153.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2015

ICD-ITKE Research Pavilion 2015-16 / ICD-ITKE University of Stuttgart

11:00 - 5 May, 2016
ICD-ITKE Research Pavilion 2015-16 / ICD-ITKE University of Stuttgart, © ICD/ITKE University of Stuttgart
© ICD/ITKE University of Stuttgart

© ICD/ITKE University of Stuttgart © ICD/ITKE University of Stuttgart © ICD/ITKE University of Stuttgart Process. Image © ICD/ITKE University of Stuttgart +47

Fragments of Metropolis: Documenting the Expressionist Heritage of the Rhine-Ruhr Region

04:00 - 4 May, 2016

European Expressionism in architecture has, until now, suffered from neglect. Following a successful campaign for the first volume in a planned seven-part series which focused on Berlin, a new version of the Fragments of Metropolis series—which covers with the Rhein-Ruhr region of Europe—will document 155 buildings from Bochum, Bottrop, Dortmund, Duisburg to Düsseldorf, Cologne, Münster and Oberhausen. This latest volume is currently being crowdfunded.

Kinderkrippe Nursery School / KRAUS SCHÖNBERG ARCHITEKTEN

03:00 - 4 May, 2016
Kinderkrippe Nursery School / KRAUS SCHÖNBERG ARCHITEKTEN, © Hagen Stier
© Hagen Stier

© Hagen Stier © Hagen Stier © Hagen Stier © Hagen Stier +19

Yesterday's Future: Visionary Designs by Future Systems and Archigram

07:00 - 29 April, 2016
Yesterday's Future: Visionary Designs by Future Systems and Archigram , Archigram, Walking City (Project 064), 1964 . Image © Deutsches Architekturmuseum
Archigram, Walking City (Project 064), 1964 . Image © Deutsches Architekturmuseum

The exhibition “Yesterday's Future” juxtaposes utopias by Future Systems and Archigram. It presents extraordinary utopias created by the teams of architects at Future Systems and Archigram. It focuses on detailed technical drawings, brightly coloured collages and filigree original models.

The works by Czech architect and founder of Future Systems Jan Kaplický, who emigrated to London in 1968, date from the 1980s and 1990s and are juxtaposed to designs created 20 years earlier by the Archigram architectural group, which was made up of Peter Cook, Ron Herron, and Dennis Crompton. Whereas Archigram conceived organic architecture that ensured survival in inhospitable environments, the technoid designs by Future Systems were located in friendlier places such as deserted natural surroundings or extremely built-up cities.