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Exhibition: Glazing the Future: Sergei Tchoban’s Architectural Fantasies

Exhibition: Glazing the Future: Sergei Tchoban’s Architectural Fantasies

The harmonial contrast is the harmony of the 21st century: polyphony is meant to be the new language of the contemporary architecture. For several years now, the architect and artist Sergei Tchoban masters this language at its best by reflecting the multiple layers and ambivalent soul of our cities in his architectural drawings. The historical fabric and the present urge towards a significant object-based architecture are melted in fantasy-like perceptions. His hybrid structures of ancient buildings and modern glass towers may also remind of Bach´s Inventions: in a piece with two, three or more parts each of them unfold equally. Not only in his drawn architecture fantasies aspires Sergei Tchoban to achieve this unity with diversity. The Museum for Architectural Drawings for instance, is led by this idea of a symbiosis of static and boisterous, stone and glass, fantasy as well as reality.

The exhibition opens on the 1st of October at 6 pm at the Square Brussels. Roberto Polo, art historian and theorist has been invited to hold the opening speech.

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Cite: "Exhibition: Glazing the Future: Sergei Tchoban’s Architectural Fantasies" 29 Sep 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/774358/glazing-the-future-exhibiton-sergei-tchoban-s-architectural-fantasies> ISSN 0719-8884

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