The past few weeks have seen Future Architecture members come up with solutions to upgrade the platform and adapt the programme to our current way of living and working.
Future Architecture Platform finds it of key importance to provide a vibrant and inviting space where a dialogue about architecture and society can take place. This is why they have been working hard on preparing online events for the summer and some live events for autumn, when, hopefully, we can be together again.
These ideas come together to form the upgraded version of the 2020 Future Architecture Programme, which includes numerous emerging architects and events held in European cities.
The current situation, which has profoundly shaken our world and deeply affected our lives, has stopped and changed the order of events as well as the FA member programme schedule.
With the real-life gatherings being limited, Future Architecture Platform has adapted the current programme to work in the digital space but looks forward to seeing you at the live events in autumn.
Until we meet again: Stay safe.
Future Architecture Rooms
Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO) Curator Anastassia Smirnova (SVESMI)
15 Aug 2020
Future Architecture Rooms is a collection of online spaces—rooms!—each hosted by one institution, one member of the platform. A famous museum and a small gallery, an unorthodox publishing house and a provocative architectural biennial will use these Rooms as stages for their statements about future work, but also their takes on the current times and crisis. As if walking along a corridor, a visitor will be able to open any door and find themselves in places of knowledge exchange, education, and adventure. Please, enter…
Future Architecture Platform is delighted to announce a wide variety of events during the 2020 programme, made possible by the diligence and perseverance of Future Architecture members.
Architektūros fondas‘ Vilnius, LT 17 Aug – 6 Sept
Architektūros fondas‘ programme Building Narratives is focusing on investigating the relationship between architecture and stories surrounding it. As a new narrative has the power to transform architecture on its own, it is extremely important to understand how different ways of talking about architecture can shape its future. >>
MAXXI Architecture Film Summer School
MAXXI The National Museum of XXI Century Arts, Rome, IT 1 – 30 Jun 2020
Architecture Film Summer School, promoted and organized by MAXXI in collaboration with the Copenhagen Architecture Festival, is an exciting contamination between languages and art forms which aims to develop new expressive tools and knowledge shared in the younger generation of architects and video artists. >>