…maybe not that much – we neither! Following the exhibition ACCESS FOR ALL – SÃO PAULO’S ARCHITECTURAL INFRASTRUCTURES the A.M. Architekturmuseum der TU München organized another great exhibition that will open its doors to the public on October 17th, 2019: ARCHITECTURE FOR THE PEOPLE Indian architect, urban planner, and teacher Balkrishna V. Doshi (born 1927 in Pune, India)… Read More ARCHITECTURE FOR THE PEOPLE – What do you know about architecture in India?
Recently we found an article about a female architect from Bulgaria and asked ourselves: How comes that we don’t know anything about local architecture there? Stefka Georgieva is an exceptional protagonist on the Bulgarian architectural scene in the 1960s and 70s behind the Iron Curtain. Focusing on the buildings and projects she designed, Architektur im Ringturm shows a… Read More Bulgaria’s best-known female architect…
It has always been a dream of us traveling to South America to visit all the great cities like Brasilia, Rio De Janeiro, São Paulo, Buenos Aires or Montevideo – but we never had the opportunity to do so. Thanks to Architekturmuseum der TUM in Munich, Germany there’s an opportunity to learn about megacities like Sao… Read More MARK YOUR CALENDARS: “ACCESS FOR ALL” @ TUM
Come with us! – Find our latest news, images and great finds during Modernism Week 2019 on Twitter @architectontour Image: Michael Atzenhofer, Architect
We still can’t believe that nearly one year has passed since our last trip to Palm Springs, California. Yes, Modernism Week 2019 is near! From February 14-24, 2019 people from all over the world will visit the valley, its hip and iconic architecture and will choose from a constantly expanding offer of home tours, films,… Read More Yes! Modernism Week 2019 is near!
During our preparations for this year’s Modernism Week in Palm Springs we found a very interesting but rather unknown site-specific, contemporary art exhibition running from Palm Springs to the Salton Sea – Desert X! We are very excited to have the opportunity to attend two such interesting events at the same time during our trip. The artists… Read More Out in the Desert 2019…
Following the big success of last year’s Piran Days of Architecture organized in cooperation with Dessa Gallery Ljubljana once again we would like to draw your attention to the fact that there will be an exhibition opening next Monday, January 28th, 2019 in Ljubljana: This is Slovene Alpine Architecture 2008-2018 The Slovene Alpine landscape is one of… Read More Attention – fragile! This is Slovene Alpine Architecture 2008-2018
But stop! Let’s start from the very beginning: Following this years’ lectures at Tartini Theatre in Piran (Piran Days of Architecture), traditionally the Piranesi Award has been awarded for the thirtieth time in a row at Monfort Exhibition Hall in Portorož, Slovenia. 63 projects were exposed at 2018 Piranesi exhibition. 41 architectural projects were nominated by national… Read More And the International 2018 Piranesi Award goes to…
Recently we’ve been to Vienna for work and were wondering what would happen at the AzW (Architekturzentrum Wien). Unfortunately we missed the opening of a brand new exhibition: Denise Scott Brown has shaped the development of architecture over the last 50 years. High time for the world’s first extensive solo exhibition on the work of… Read More New exhibition @ AzW: Downtown Denise Scott Brown
We are very happy to announce this year’s topic of PDA – Piran Days of Architecture: ARCHITECTURE IS CULTURE Maja and her team have chosen another great topic and organized this year’s event/conference with all their love and passion for architecture (and Piran) – we’re quite sure that it will be another great success: Nowadays… Read More MARK YOUR CALENDARS: Architecture is Culture – Piran Days of Architecture 2018
“Die neue Heimat – A social democratic Ideal” – Another great exhibition in cooperation with the Hamburgischen Architekturarchiv and the Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte will open its doors to the public on February 28th, 2019 at Architekturmuseum der TUM! The ‘Neue Heimat’ was the largest and most important independent housing corporation in postwar Europe. Over… Read More MARK YOUR CALENDARS: DIE “NEUE HEIMAT” (1950-1986) @ TUM
Here’s a quick update about an ongoing exhibition in Venice, Italy we found! Frankly we didn’t know anything about Frank Lloyd Wright in Venice or Bruno Morassutti in America so far and can’t wait to visit this amazing exhibition this September! PS: Don’t forget to check out our post about “The man who built America!”… Read More Between landscapes and history – Wright and organic architecture at the IUAV
Following SOS Brutalism a great new exhibition will open to the public on Thursday, August 23rd, 2018: Europe’s best Buildings The European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture. Mies van der Rohe Award 2017 What are the best European buildings? Following the years of a boom in museums, for the first time the prizes are being… Read More So what’s happening at AzW in Vienna after their big success with SOS Brutalism?
For many architects and designers the Venice Biennale di Architettura is a must visit! The Biennale di Architettura 2018 is titled FREESPACE, a word which describes a generosity of spirit and a sense of humanity at the core of architecture’s agenda. We decided to start our very personal architectural world tour in Denmark and wanted to roam around… Read More Venice Architecture Biennale 2018 – A journey with Architect and Friends!
A couple of months ago, as part of this outstanding exhibition, we were very proud to provide images and information about Marcello d’Olivo‘s Condominio Zipser from 1964 and other buildings located in Grado, Italy. Recently the exhibition #SOSBrutalism was closed to the German public in Frankfurt and will open it’s doors to the Austrian public tomorrow, May… Read More SOS BRUTALISM goes #AzW!
Following the great exhibition about HOUSING IN BAVARIA 1918 | 2018 here’s a preview of A.M.’s upcoming exhibition AFRICAN MOBILITIES At a time when international borders are being violently redrawn, maintained and policed, and domestic territories are increasingly implicated with accelerated geo-political re-alignments and capitalist circuits of extraction, this exhibition seeks to explore how architecture responds to… Read More Mark your calendars: THIS IS NOT A REFUGEE CAMP EXHIBITION!