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Category: Events / Exhibitions

Jim Olson: Architecture for Art

Jim Olson: Architecture for Art, the first comprehensive exhibition devoted to the career of Jim Olson, founder of Olson Kundig Architects. Organized by the Museum of Art at Washington State University, the exhibition will be on view from September 30 to December 10, 2011. An opening reception and a lecture by Jim Olson will take place on September 29, 2011.

The exhibition will serve as a retrospective for Olson’s 45-year career, including his own homes—an apartment in downtown Seattle and his cabin on Puget Sound—as well as his public design work, which encompasses the Lightcatcher Museum in Bellingham, Washington, St. Mark’s Cathedral and the Pike & Virginia Building in Seattle, and the Noah’s Ark Exhibit at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
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Being Zaha Hadid: The Life and Work of an Architecture Icon

 BEING ZAHA HADID

Zaha Hadid and Patrik Schumacher in discussion with Stefano Boeri, Mario Piazza, Marco Sammicheli and Giovanna Silva. An event to celebrate the launch of the special issue of Abitare “Being Zaha Hadid”, which is entirely dedicated to projects and passions of the most important figures of contemporary architecture.
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Kitchen and Dining Area inspired by the Movie “TRON: Legacy” / by AquiliAlberg

AquiliAlberg conceives amazing kitchen and dining area for the participation of Ernestomeda™ at “TRON designs CORIAN®” at the next Milan week of design (11-17 April, 2011).
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Concrete Islands / 9 – 17 April 2011

Concrete Islands / 9 - 17 April 2011

Concrete Islands is a group exhibition of photography and video exploring contemporary experiences of utopian architectural projects. For many architects modernism was a physical manifestation of human progress and, as architectural historian Colin Rowe wrote in The Architecture of Good Intentions, “The architect could stipulate an intrinsic connection between the form of his buildings and the condition of society.” The works in Concrete Islands, by a selection of international contemporary artists, document, celebrate and critique architectural projects designed with inherent social and political values that now exist in various stages of inhabitation, dereliction and destruction.
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Rare Palladio Drawings at Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA), Montréal

Rare Palladio drawings

Do you want to learn Renaissance Architecture from the master? From March 3rd until May 22nd, you have a chance to come and see the Andrea Palladio’s drawings at the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA), Montréal, Canada.
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Mies van der Rohe’s 125th Birthday Celebration

Mies van der Rohe  125th Birthday Celebration

Mies Birthday Party

Celebrate the birth of a pioneer in Modern design-and learn a little something about the unique characteristics of Mies van der Rohe’s work.

Come for the company, stay for the cocktails!

How do you identify an authentic Mies design? Wright auction’s Michael Jefferson will talk briefly about collecting the master’s work and will highlight market trends. And as you anticipate our positively 20th century festivities, check out a new site devoted to his legacy: www.miessociety.org.
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Exhibition: New Future for the Drechtsteden Highway Junction / by Maxwan and OKRA

Drechtsteden – a large agglomeration of towns to the south of Rotterdam – is looking to improve their public face by transforming the areas surrounding its highway exits, developing strategic interventions based on existing qualities, and by designing the transformation of the landscape.
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Vitra Invite – An Evening of Innovation

Vitra Invite - An Evening of Innovation

Innovation and Experimentation
Art by Architects and MA Furniture Exhibition

Vitra is to host a special evening of innovation on Thursday 17 February at its prestigious London showroom, featuring unique items of furniture designed by MA Furniture: Design & Technology students from Bucks New University together with an exhibition of innovative art by architects, from the Dainow & Dainow gallery.
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