VeloNotte at the Museum – 14 Cities on Earth

VeloNotte, international urban history startup on two wheels, celebrates its 10th anniversary of their nocturnal tours with an exhibition-workout in the Schusev Museum of Architecture in Moscow.
Just a few steps from Kremlin, Velonotte converts the room of the 18th-century mansion into a cycling studio. Once you start to pedal the journey will bring you to one of the cities that the project explored so far with speakers like Richard Rogers, David Adjaye, Richard Burdett, Peter Ackroyd, Vladimir Paperny, Jean-Louis Cohen.
The exhibition will feature amateur videos selected by curators from the posts of the more than 100,000 participants of Velonotte night tours all over the world.
On display are also original documents and artifacts from the Velonotte history – such as a piece of the memorial plaque that Velonotte had unveiled in Moscow at Petrovka street 27/16 - where architect Konstantin Melnikov lived during his happiest 1920s (the tablet was destroyed by vandals soon after installation).
A new format of the educational program -lecture-workout - is proposed to enrich the visitors' experience. Velonotte's founder, Dr. Sergey Nikitin is going to tour people "virtually" through the places that Velonotte couldn't do due to bureaucratic reasons - in cities like Vienna, Yerevan, Kazan.

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Cite: "VeloNotte at the Museum – 14 Cities on Earth" 11 Apr 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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