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Exhibitions at UIA Berlin 2002
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Exhibitions at UIA Berlin 2002

Communicating Architecture


International Architecture Exhibition in Berlin
The Communicating Architecture exhibition is being staged in Hall 20 of the Berlin Exhibition Centre. The UIA Member Sections and Work Programmes have been requested to make presentations on modern architecture in the countries they come from.

The exhibition will take the form of a workshop which, together with a New Architecture Forum, will reflect specific cultural characteristics. Innovative projects and buildings within the lines drawn by the international cultural debate constitute an experiment, in which the way countries see themselves are documented in the changes in lifestyle and the transformations that have taken place in the urban and rural environment. The exhibition will focus on the most interesting and unusual developments in architecture all over the world.

Participants: America (USA); Austria; Bulgaria; China; Colombia; Czechoslovakia; France; Georgia; Greece; Hong Kong; Hungary; India; Indonesia; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Japan; Kazakhstan; Latvia; Lithuania; Macedonia; Malaysia; Mongolia; Namibia; Netherlands; New Zealand; Nordic Countries (Norway); Palestine; Koelnarchitektur; Poland; Portugal; Rumania; Russia; Slovakia; Spain; Spain; Tunisia; Turkey; Ukraine; Uruguay; Uzbekistan; Venezuela; Vietnam; Yugoslavia; Union International des Architectes, Region II; Federal Office for Civil Engineering and Land Use Planning; UIA Work Programme: The Road after Beijing; UIA Work Programme: The Road after Rio; UIA Work Programme: Places of Worship; UIA Work Programme: The Road from Istanbul; UIA Work Programme: Architecture of the Future; UIA Work Programme: Science and High Tech Facilities; UIA Work Programme: Architecture and Tourism (Region II); UIA Work Programme: Public Health; UIA Work Programme: Architecture and Heritage; UIA Work Programme: Architecture and the Disabled; UIA Work Programme: Urban Settlements and Natural Disaster; UIA Work Programme: Architecture and Tourism (Region III); Outlook, Messe Frankfurt; UIA Competition: Architecture and Water; UIA Student Competition: Projects for the 21st Century, Grohe-Presentation, a-matter-Presentation


22 July to 26 July 2002
09.00 to 18.00 h
Hall 20, Berlin Exhibition Centre

Opening
Monday, 22 July 2002, 20.00 h
as part of the welcome party



Poster and Models
The International Poster Exhibition will be held in the immediate vicinity of the ICC, where the congress is being staged. It will show a cross-section of the entries submitted in response to the call for contributions and allow for presentation of many of the projects entered.

The authors of the projects will thus have an opportunity to communicate their intentions visually, thereby enhancing comprehension of their designs. The clear and precise formulation of ideas and the conclusions that can be drawn from them will make it possible to illustrate the different approaches to the theme of Resource Architecture and the many facets it incorporates. The exhibition will, therefore, provide an overview of the debate on the direction in which architecture is moving at present and offer opportunities for informal discussion and communication.

22 July to 26 July 2002
10.00 to 18.00 h
ICC Berlin



UIA Student Competition
Defining an Architecture for the 21st Century

Presentation of the Awards

22 July to 26 July 2002
09.00 to 18.00 h
Hall 20, Berlin Exhibition Centre



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Other Exhibitions

Architecture & Water
UIA Student Competition
Exhibition of the Awards

22 July to 26 July 2002
09.00 to 18.00 h
Hall 20, Berlin Exhibition Centre



CONSTRUCTING ATMOSPHERES
Humans are the focal point of the exhibition CONSTRUCTING ATMOSPHERES. Our perception of temperature and humidity, of wind and weather brings us back to our senses. And in the end it is our senses which decide how we design the climate in the rooms, buildings, and cities that we plan and build to live in. From the cell of the skin to a space station the exhibition shows the constructing of atmospheres. With contributions from Ingenhoven Overdiek und Partner, Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners, Sauerbruch Hutton Architekten, Schneider + Schumacher, Ove Arup and Partners, Atelier Ten, Battle McCarthy and Transsolar. In commission of Messe Frankfurt GmbH the exhibition was conceived and realized by Atelier Markgraph GmbH, Frankfurt.

22 July to 26 July 2002
09.00 to 18.00 h
Hall 20, Berlin Exhibition Centre

Guided tours of the exhibition daily at 11.00 a.m. or by appointment: 0171.1997169.
www.markgraph.de
www.messefrankfurt.com



MAX 40 BDA
Architecture Award for Young Architects in Hessen

22 July to 26 July 2002
Federal State Office Hessen



Hospital Construction in Germany
Developments over the past ten years

The need for the new federal states in the former East Germany to catch up in building and technical terms after the reunification of Germany triggered a building boom in the field of hospital construction and social buildings. In the old federal states of the former West Germany there was also a need for construction work, since the first generation of clinics built in the 1950s was in need of refurbishment. The exhibition arranged by the BDA’s Working Group on Hospital Construction and the Health Service contains examples of the present state of hospital construction in Germany.

21 to 28 July 2002
TU Berlin



Architecture and Emergencies

Interactive exhibition with supporting programme

The exhibition is a joint project organised by Habitat Forum Berlin, BDA Berlin and UIA Berlin 2002.

It focuses on special aspects of »Resource Architecture«, i.e. architecture and the response to natural and man-made disasters; architecture as a resource in handling emergencies; the social responsibility of architecture; and architecture as an ethical, aesthetic, economic and environmental challenge in emergency situations.

Examples will be provided from Bosnia, Kosovo, Turkey, India, Lebanon, Italy, Mexico, Japan and Portugal.

The exhibition will be held in the Tränenpalast (»Palace of Tears«). Built after the war and the division of Germany and Berlin to handle the movement of visitors between the western and eastern sectors of the city, it was selected as being particularly appropriate to the subject of »Architecture and Emergencies«.

This project is being sponsored by the Federal Ministry for Economic Co-operation and Development and various specialised agencies and charities, such as Misereor, CARE and DESWOS.

22 July to 4 August 2002
10.00 to 20.00 h
Postbahnhof at Ostbahnhof



time space architecture
25 Galleries in Berlin-Mitte

Co-operation between architects and artists has resulted in fascinating installations on themes related to architecture and space that will be shown in selected galleries in Berlin. The artists and architects involved will be present when the installations are officially opened on 24 July 2002.

The teams of artists and architects include Jorge Pardo, Cida de Aragão with Steffen Lehmann, Liam Gillick with ST raum a, Jens Hanning, Les Schliesser with Gewers-Kühn-Kühn, Julian Opie with Caroline Raspé, Carsten Sievers, »Inges Idee«, Klaus Kienold, Terhi Tolvanen, Odin with Stefan Sterf, Albert Oehlen, Via Lewandowski with Sauerbruch Hutton Architects, Max Krajewsky, Stefan Heinrich Ebner, Christoph Hildebrand with Hermann Scheidt, Schneider + Schumacher, Mathias Reese, Michael Hofstätter with Ulrich Koenigs, Corin Adley, Holmead.

Among the galleries selected for the presentation of the installations are Neugerriemschneider, Galerie EIGEN+ART, Schipper & Krome, Chouakri & Brahms, Griedervonputtkamer, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Galerie Paula Böttcher, Galerie Gebauer/Carlier, Galerie Dittmar, Galerie Deschler, Galerie Neu, Max Hetzler, Arndt & Partner, Galerie Bodo Niemann, Galerie Barbara Blickensdorff, Galerie suitcasearchitecture, Galerie Markus Richter, Galerie Petra Lange, Aedes East.

18 to 28 July 2002
Various galleries
Berlin-Mitte



New German Architecture
Exhibition

The Hamburg Chamber of Architects in co-operation with the Federal Chamber of Architects presents an exhibition that gives an overview over current trends in German architecture with 25 outstanding examples selected by a German and an international jury. Moreover, the exhibition features 10 German architectural offices whose works have had a decisive influence on the architectural landscape in Germany during the last 25 years.

information: www.gropiusbau.de

Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin
July to September 2002



German Embassies in Foreign Countries

22 July to 26 July 2002
10.00 to 18.00 h
Hall 20, Berlin Exhibition Centre



da! Architektur in Berlin 2002
The Berlin Chamber of Architects is documenting some 100 projects by Berlin architects and urban planners that were completed in Berlin and the surrounding area in the year 2001. The projects cover residential buildings, office and commercial buildings, school buildings, cultural and recreational buildings, buildings for public services, inner rooms and design, municipal planning, park grounds. For further information visit
www.ak-berlin.de

21 July to 8 August 2002
Daily 14.00 to 22.00 h
Footbridge at Potsdamer Platz
Regional Railway Station
Berlin-Mitte



Europe Promotes Architecture
Selected EU Regional Fund projects in eastern Germany

This exhibition organised by the Berlin Chamber of Architects explains the principles behind the EU’s Regional Fund policy, illustrates the results of its funding in the new federal states of eastern Germany and provides examples of the work of architects and town planners in this extensive reconstruction programme. The exhibition covers 51 projects co-financed by this Community programme.
For further information visit
www.ak-berlin.de

21 July to 8 August 2002
Daily 14.00 to 22.00 h
Footbridge at Potsdamer Platz
Regional Railway Station
Berlin-Mitte



Architecture in Schools
During the Congress, the Federal Chamber of Architects in co-operation with the regional Chambers of Architects will organise a conference on architecture and schools. The presentation of German and international examples will be followed by a joint discussion.
For further information visit
www.ak-berlin.de

21 July to 8 August 2002
Daily 14.00 to 22.00 h
Footbridge at Potsdamer Platz
Regional Railway Station
Berlin-Mitte



Berlin Architecture in Drawings
Highlights of the Berlin architectural collections from the Renaissance to the present day
The general public is barely aware of the many architectural and urban development models, drawings and photographic documentations that are to be found in the various collections of plans and drawings in Berlin. The »Berlin School of Architecture Society«, which was set up in October 2001, will be staging an exhibition in Karl Friedrich Schinkel’s Old Museum incorporating valuable works made available by the Berlin architectural collections.

19 July to 5 September 2002
Old Museum
Museum Island, Berlin-Mitte



Fifty : Fifty
Architecture built and not built in Berlin 1990-2000

50 juxtaposed designs for the Berlin of the past ten years, 25 of which were built and 25 were not, have been selected by an international jury. The presentation of the buildings that have been constructed is enhanced by the interpretation of artistic photography. The designs from the »not built« category are included to recall their quality and architectural potential with the aim of revitalising the present discussion. The exhibition is being staged by the Berlinische Galerie.

3 May to 4 August 2002
10.00-18.00 h
Art Forum of the Grundkreditbank Berlin, Budapester Straße
Berlin-Charlottenburg
information: www.berlinischegalerie.de



Spirit and Soul of the City
The exhibition organised by the Guardini Stiftung in Berlin focuses on the interaction between the external appearance of the city and the human notions it embodies, i.e. the expression of the city’s spirit and soul. With the help of a walk-around, virtual museum space comprising images, sketches, plans and documents, the city is presented as the embodiment of history and utopia, as a place where people live and engage in cultural activities. The presentation of past, present and future developments throws light on the city as a complex phenomenon, as a synthesis between internal aspiration and external implementation.

7 July to 25 August 2002
World Cultures Building
Berlin-Tiergarten

information: www.guardini.de



sternstadt
Conclusions of a Competition

22 July to 26 July
ICC Berlin



House of the year 2002
Architecture Award Detached Family Houses 2002

22 July to 26 July 2002
ICC Berlin



Best of Orgatech

Olympic Stadium
The Exhibition

Berlin’s Olympic Stadium, designed to plans by Werner March for the 1936 Olympics, is to be extensively refurbished and partly converted by the end of 2004. The centrepiece of the design by the architectural practice, gmp von Gerkan, Marg und Partner, is the new stadium roof. The exhibition, organised by gmp in co-operation with Walter Bau AG and the federal state of Berlin, documents the history of the stadium and takes a look ahead to the future. Football’s World Cup final is to be staged in Berlin’s Olympic Stadium in 2006.

26 May 2001 to 22 December 2004
Sports Forum of the Reich Sports Field, Berlin-Charlottenburg



Architectural Collection of Berlin’s Technical University – International
Travel sketches, study drawings, designs for other countries

Original designs and sketches from the Technical University’s collection of plans and drawings document international influences on, and the international impact of, the School of Architecture and the Technical College from early historicism right up to modernism. This is the first time that so many of the historical documents have been available for inspection by international experts in the refurbished exhibition rooms of the Faculty of Architecture.

1 July to 30 August 2002
Architecture Faculty, Technical University of Berlin, Ernst-Reuter-Platz
Berlin-Charlottenburg

information: www.schinkelzentrum.tu-berlin.de



Nordic Architecture as a Resource
Nordic Housing Construction after 1995

The exemplary housing of the second half of the 1990s presented by the Nordic Section of the UIA focuses on architectural quality, the sparing use of resources and a holistic approach to recycling as a response to the changes taking place in the world.

1 July to 31 August 2002
Communal Building of the Nordic Embassies, Berlin-Tiergarten

information: www.nordischebotschaften.de



Berlin-Adlershof – Science, Business and Media City
New buildings for teaching and research work


Exhibition and tour

For further information visit
www.architekt.de/dai

21 July to 31 August 2002
Adlershof Science Centre
Opens Sunday, 21 July 2002



Oasis in the green
The centre for preservation of nature Ökowerk at devils lake presents an exhibition of the study group for ecological construction and of the association for architecture and environment.
Shuttle service from ICC (main entrance) to the Ökowerk in the Grunewald Forest, lunch available
Tuesday 23 july 2002 12.00 - 14.00
Wednesday 24 july 2002 12.00 - 14.00

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