Le Concours Suisse , a culture of architecture

Le Concours Suisse, a culture of architecture is the title of this ambitious exhibition that aims to highlight the incredible democratic tool that we have at our disposal in Switzerland.

This exhibition gives the general public an insight into the spirit of Swiss competition, and how it inspires excellence and advancement in architecture and beyond.

Behold winning designs from the internationally acclaimed Swiss architectural and urban planning competition for public contracts, an innovative form of open and fair contest providing a platform for new talents to emerge, as they respond to various environmental, architectural, urban and social challenges of today and tomorrow.

This exemplary approach to thinking and development of the built environment and urban planning has a great influence on the quality of our cities and our daily lives.

* This exhibition shows a partial content of the original exhibition, designed for the 27th UNESCO UIA2021RIO World Congress of Architects in Rio de Janeiro.

Curated by the l'Association Le Concours Suisse in Conjunction with Swiss Weeks 2022 and coordinated by G8A Architects.

Address: TB80 Space
Chay Yan Blk 80, 160080 Singapore
Due to social distancing restrictions the exhibition is visible STRICTLY by confirmed appointment.
Please contact TB80 Space via facebook or rsvp@g8a-architects.com
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Cite: "Le Concours Suisse , a culture of architecture" 11 Mar 2022. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/978321/le-concours-suisse-a-culture-of-architecture> ISSN 0719-8884

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