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Inside the Flower Pavilion / LAVA

15:00 - 28 June, 2017
Inside the Flower Pavilion  / LAVA, © Leslie Ranzoni
© Leslie Ranzoni

© Michael Geßner © Michael Geßner © Leslie Ranzoni © Michael Geßner +20

  • Architects

  • Location

    Berlin, Germany
  • Architects in Charge

    Tobias Wallisser, Chris Bosse, Alexander Rieck; with Christian Tschersich, Anastasyia Vitusevych, Jenny Lee
  • Area

    16.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2017
  • Photographs

blu / gmp Architekten

15:00 - 20 June, 2017
blu / gmp Architekten, © Marcus Bredt
© Marcus Bredt

© Marcus Bredt © Marcus Bredt © Marcus Bredt © Marcus Bredt +16

Sattelkammer Heidelberg Castle / Max Dudler

05:00 - 19 June, 2017
Sattelkammer Heidelberg Castle / Max Dudler, © Stefan Müller
© Stefan Müller

© Stefan Müller © Stefan Müller © Stefan Müller © Stefan Müller +12

  • Architects

  • Location

    schlosshof 1, 69117 Heidelberg, Germany
  • Area

    190.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2017
  • Photographs

Velonotte Invisible Berlin

16:02 - 16 June, 2017
Velonotte Invisible Berlin, Velonotte Invisible Berlin
Velonotte Invisible Berlin

Concurrent with the "Berlin Projects. Architectural Drawings 1920-1990" exhibition at the Museum for Architectural Drawing, a special event will take place on June 24th -25th by bike reviving Berlin's missing highlights. After registering, you can visit the exhibition free of charge and embark on a joyrney throught the night looking and exploring the invisible Berlin.

Panel Discussion: Future Urbanisms, Genetic Cities

19:08 - 14 June, 2017
Panel Discussion: Future Urbanisms, Genetic Cities

With Thom Mayne and Wolf D. Prix, on the occasion of the exhibition Houston: Genetic City. Envisioning a Future Post-Industry, Post-Oil, Post-Sprawl at Aedes Architecture Forum.

C.A.R.L. Auditorium at RWTH Aachen University / Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects + Höhler+Partner Architekten

03:00 - 13 June, 2017
C.A.R.L. Auditorium at RWTH Aachen University / Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects + Höhler+Partner Architekten, © Michael Rasche
© Michael Rasche

© Michael Rasche © Margot Gottschling © Margot Gottschling © Margot Gottschling +17

Kindergarten in Aichtal / Simon Freie Architekten BDA

13:00 - 12 June, 2017
Kindergarten in Aichtal / Simon Freie Architekten BDA, © Brigida Gonzalez
© Brigida Gonzalez

© Brigida Gonzalez © Brigida Gonzalez © Brigida Gonzalez © Brigida Gonzalez +23

AD Classics: Haus am Horn / Georg Muche

07:00 - 12 June, 2017
AD Classics: Haus am Horn / Georg Muche, Courtesy of Freundeskreis der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar e. V.. Image © Cameron Blaylock
Courtesy of Freundeskreis der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar e. V.. Image © Cameron Blaylock

In 1919, at a time in which Germany was still in upheaval over its defeat in the First World War (and compounded by the loss of its monarchy), the Academy of Fine Arts and School of Applied Arts in Weimar, Germany, were combined to form the first Bauhaus. Its stated goal was to erase the separation that had developed between artists and craftsmen, combining the talents of both occupations in order to achieve a unified architectonic feeling which they believed had been lost in the divide. Students of the Bauhaus were to abandon the framework of design standards that had been developed by traditional European schools and experiment with natural materials, abstract forms, and their own intuitions. Although the school’s output was initially Expressionist in nature, by 1922 it had evolved into something more in line with the rising International Style.[1]

Courtesy of Freundeskreis der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar e. V.. Image © Cameron Blaylock Courtesy of Freundeskreis der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar e. V.. Image © Cameron Blaylock Courtesy of Freundeskreis der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar e. V.. Image © Cameron Blaylock A direct line of sight from the children’s room (in the foreground) to the kitchen allowed for a mother to keep watch over her children without the aid of a servant. ImageCourtesy of Freundeskreis der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar e. V. +14

19 Emerging Firms Design Prototype Houses for Living Among Nature

11:30 - 11 June, 2017

As the boundary that separates work and leisure in the 21st Century continues to be blurred by technology, architects Christoph Hesse and Neeraj Bhatia sought out to uncover a tranquil solution. The pair are co-curating an upcoming exhibition at the Kulturbahnhof Kassel in Germany as part of Experimenta Urbana in a show called “Ways of Life,” which opens July 5th.

This international initiative seeks to discover “a new nomaticism.” A gathering of 19 emerging architecture offices each presents a dwelling encompassed in nature. These buildings are often equal parts project and manifesto. The show’s overarching theme is the delicate balance of naturally induced relaxation and programmatically encouraged productivity. Each firm must additionally consider constraints that include limited square footage, integration of rapidly advancing information technology, and a strictly sustainable design.

Courtesy of  Boris Bernaskoni Courtesy of Dogma Courtesy of RICA Courtesy of The Open Workshop +79

Michelberger Hotel, Room 304 / Sigurd Larsen

02:00 - 11 June, 2017
Michelberger Hotel, Room 304 / Sigurd Larsen, © Rita Lino
© Rita Lino

Monocle's 2017 Conference in Berlin to Discuss "Quality of Life" and Cities with Daniel Libeskind

04:00 - 9 June, 2017
Monocle's 2017 Conference in Berlin to Discuss "Quality of Life" and Cities with Daniel Libeskind

Monocle’s Quality of Life Conference takes place this summer in Berlin, and will be a must-visit event for entrepreneurs, architects, urbanists and designers alike. Hosted by Monocle editor in chief Tyler Brûlé, topics unpacked across the conference include transport, city branding and the future of the property industry. From visionary entrepreneurs to acclaimed architects, guest delegates and panelists will join Monocle editors and radio hosts for a range of lively discussions, with talks interspersed with samplings of Berlin’s fine hospitality and opportunities to explore the city’s architectural sites.

Haus B in Beinstein / Birk Heilmeyer und Frenzel Architekten

05:00 - 8 June, 2017
Haus B in Beinstein / Birk Heilmeyer und Frenzel Architekten, © Brigida Gonzalez
© Brigida Gonzalez

© Brigida Gonzalez © Brigida Gonzalez © Brigida Gonzalez © Brigida Gonzalez +17

Seminargebäude ‘Erweiterung Süd’ / Simon Freie Architekten BDA

02:00 - 7 June, 2017
Seminargebäude ‘Erweiterung Süd’ / Simon Freie Architekten BDA, © Brigida Gonzalez
© Brigida Gonzalez

© Brigida Gonzalez          © Brigida Gonzalez          © Brigida Gonzalez          © Brigida Gonzalez          +22

Train Stop U5 Line / Just/Burgeff Architekten

13:00 - 1 June, 2017
Train Stop U5 Line / Just/Burgeff Architekten, © Kirsten Bucher
© Kirsten Bucher

© Kirsten Bucher © Kirsten Bucher © Kirsten Bucher © Kirsten Bucher +10

Spotlight: Frei Otto

04:00 - 31 May, 2017
Spotlight: Frei Otto, Munich Olympic Stadium. Image © Atelier Frei Otto Warmbronn
Munich Olympic Stadium. Image © Atelier Frei Otto Warmbronn

German architect and structural engineer Frei Otto (31 May 1925 – 9 March 2015) was well known for his pioneering innovations in lightweight and tensile structures. Shortly before his death in 2015 he was awarded the Pritzker Prize and prior to that he was awarded the RIBA Royal Gold Medal in 2006. Much of his research in lightweight structures is as relevant today as when he first proposed them over 60 years ago, and his work continues to inform architects and engineers to this day.

German Pavilion, Expo ’67. Image © Atelier Frei Otto Warmbronn Diplomatic Club Heart Tent. Image © Atelier Frei Otto Warmbronn Aviary at the Munich Zoo. Image © Atelier Frei Otto Warmbronn Japan Pavilion, Expo 2000. Image © Atelier Frei Otto Warmbronn +11

EMBT Wins Competition for Undulating Biodiversity Center on German-Czech Border

12:10 - 30 May, 2017
EMBT Wins Competition for Undulating Biodiversity Center on German-Czech Border, Courtesy of EMBT
Courtesy of EMBT

Miralles Tagliabue EMBT has been announced as the winner of a competition for the design of Artenoah, a biodiversity center in Rehau, Germany that will chronicle and serve that species-rich green belt along the border of Germany and the Czech Republic. Built into the forested highlands of the Neuhausen district, the masterplan consists of a series of thematic outdoors spaces and a central pavilion with an undulating form that allows it to blend into the surrounding landscape.

Courtesy of EMBT Courtesy of EMBT Courtesy of EMBT Courtesy of EMBT +17

Kulturpalast in Dresden / gmp Architects

05:00 - 28 May, 2017
Kulturpalast in Dresden / gmp Architects, Courtesy of gmp architekten
Courtesy of gmp architekten

Courtesy of gmp architekten Courtesy of gmp architekten Courtesy of gmp architekten Courtesy of gmp architekten +26

  • Architects

  • Location

    Dresden, Germany
  • Design

    Meinhard von Gerkan and Stephan Schütz with Nicolas Pomränke
  • Project management

    Christian Hellmund
  • Competition design

    Verena Coburger
  • Design team

    Clemens Ahlgrimm, Roman Bender, Stephanie Brendel, Verena Coburger, Ivanka Perkovic, Annette Löber, Anna Liesicke, Ursula Köper, Tiago Henriques, Laia Caparo, Julius Hüpeden, Patrick Machnacki, Giuseppina Orto, Michael Scholz, René Wiegand, Dörte Groß, Florian Illenberger, Laura Warskulat (student), Ralitsa Bikova (student), Robin Lauritzen (student), Jessika Krebs (student)
  • Area

    37062.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2017

The Garden / Eike Becker Architekten

11:00 - 25 May, 2017
The Garden / Eike Becker Architekten, © Jens Willebrand
© Jens Willebrand

© Jens Willebrand © Jens Willebrand © Jens Willebrand © Jens Willebrand +22