Virserum Art Museum's international call for an Architecture of Necessity has resulted in more than 140 contributions from all four continents. The quality of projects submitted has been very high, and a lot of thought and effort has gone in to both the projects themselves and the presentations we've received.
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Virserum Art Museum has invited four of the biggest construction and architecture consultants to contribute with features to the exhibition WOOD 2010, in conjunction with the international call for an Architecture of Necessity. Lukas Thiel is an architect at Nyrens in Stockholm, one of the four agencies that are taking part.
Posted by Virserum Art Museum at 7:51 AM
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Stefan Behnisch is a leading figure within sustainable architecture. He has received many international distinctions including the Global Award For Sustainable Architecture 2007. Behnisch Architects will take part in WOOD 2010.
Posted by Virserum Art Museum at 8:59 AM