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FLATLANDS AND MASSIVE THINGS, AEDES, 2019
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Archi-Tectonics was invited by Kristin and Hans Jurgen from the Aedes Gallery Berlin to exhibit "Flatlands & Massive Things - From NL to NYC & Beyond", which opened March 15, 2019. The opening was preceded by a panel titled "Precision, Prototyping & Prefabrication: Don't Tell Me It Can't Be Done", exploring innovation in architecture through the direct collaboration between architects & manufacturers. Six multiple-scale projects were showcased, highlighting Archi-Tectonics' use of hybrid sustainable materials and smart building systems to produce innovative and elegant structures.

Specifically, 512 GW Townhouse | Soho Hotel Tower, New York | V33 Apartments | the mixed use Blaak Tower, Rotterdam | Inscape Meditation Studio | Hangzhou Asian Games Master Plan and Stadiums were featured. The exhibition panels themselves were made from a lightweight, yet very strong material, making such a large span possible.

Scroll below the credits to view a selection of press releases on the event.

Credits

Year: 2019
Location: Berlin, Germany
Project Type: Exhibition and Panel discussion
Design Team: Principal in charge: Winka Dubbeldam, Assoc. AIA | Project Leader: Justin Korhammer | Archi-Tectonics Team: Joshua Schultz, Max Boerman, Camila Salomao, Lei Zhou, Bowen Qin
Photography: Archi-Tectonics | Erik Jan Ouwerkerk
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