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As an answer to this problem a silent revolution has been taking place in architecture in recent years: collective building and living. ʼ undertakes a comprehensive and international examination of this phenomenon.Curated by Ilka and Andreas Ruby together with EM2N, this exhibition will run from June 3 to September 10, 2017 in the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Germany.
The exhibition, which will run until Sunday, 5 November 2017, can be visited between 10 am and 6 pm in Pavillon Sicli, Route des Acacias 45 in Geneva.
Many cities find themselves regularly confronted with the question whether existing buildings should be replaced by new ones or ought instead to be preserved.
On the occasion of the exhibition ‘IN LAND AUS LAND’ Mathias Müller speaks about what it means to set up an architecture office abroad. What influence do cultural differences have on design and building work, on the acquisition of commissions, and on the organisation of the firm?
These and other questions will be examined at a panel discussion on Thursday, 5 October at 7 pm in S AM Basel.
The panel discussion in the Brussels Centre for Architecture CIVA will look at the pros and cons of preservation versus destruction and will examine them from different perspectives.