A SPACE FOR CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE
by MARKUS JESCHAUNIG
Erecting and operating buildings and cities is systematically linked with the entire biosphere of Planet Earth. The current global energy demand is largely provided by non-renewable energy resources. Due to dramatic environmental changes, a reinvention of the ways in which we make and use things seems to be one of the most challenging questions for the future.
The exhibition titled “Building Weather” experiments with locally harvested resources rather than externally provided energy. The creative misuse and reversal of the existing ventilation system of the exhibition space demonstrates how technical infrastructure can be used to build new weathers into an architectural space.
We would like to thank the 4th district of Vienna and the Austrian federal chancellery for their support
is an exhibition space for contemporary architecture in Vienna. It is run by the ‘Verein für zeitgenössische Architektur’, which was founded in 2018 by Jerome Becker, Matthias Moroder, Clemens Nocker, Florian Schafschetzy und Eva Sommeregger.
promotes primarily young local and international architects, who are in the process of establishing an independent attitude within contemporary architectural discourse and whose architectural projects show a distinct mode of investigation into architecture.
presents the work of these primarily young architects in solo exhibitions, that are especially conceived for the exhibition spaces in the Weyringergasse location. These solo exhibitions are framed by corresponding publications and lectures.
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. a space for contemporary architecture.
A - 1040 Wien
info [at] architektur-im-magazin.at
opening times during an exhibition:
Friday 15:00 - 18:00
Saturday 15:00 - 18:00
and by appointment
Verein für zeitgenössische Architektur
A- 1040 Wien
by MARKUS JESCHAUNIG
HOW I STARTED HANGING OUT WITH HOME: Anthropomorphic Architecture in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
by SPACE POPULAR
Opening 19:00, 13.04.2018
by JOHAN VOORDOUW
Opening 19:00, 02.03.2018
Exhibition 03.-29.03.2018 ︎