26. Mar 2021
Online event “Tales of Tomorrow’s Architecture” investigates most relevant topics in the field
Tales of Tomorrow’s Architecture on April 8th is the first of a series of events under the collective umbrella banner of ‘Architecture-live’
The event includes wide-ranging conversations from forward-looking key-note speakers who aim to inspire the global community of architects as well as those who support, supply and deliver their designs to the world.
Each one brings to the arena their unique approach, vision and ideals on how Architecture is, could be, and more importantly, will be incorporated in our future society. In addition, the Open Call for Tallinn Architecture Biennale TAB 2022 Installation Programme Competition is introduced at the event.
The interactive web-event is aired at April, 8 at 10:00 GMT (UTC+0)
Read more and sign up: https://build.multicitytv.com/
“The complex simplicity of human architecture” – LINA GHOTMEH – Paris, France
“Kokkugia – how to imagine the future” – ROLAND SNOOKS – Melbourne, Australia
“Architecture as Poetry” – PETER SOVETNIKOV – Saint Petersburg, Russia
“Architect and harakiri: Architecture as an environmental art” – MARCO CASAGRANDE– Helsinki, Finland
“Mixed Reality” – GWYLLIM JAHN – Melbourne, Australia
“Architecture starts from location” –TOMOMI HAYASHI – Tallinn, Estonia
“Computural design and fabrication new technologies” – GILLES RETSIN – London, England
The event is organised in co-operation with Tallinn Architecture Biennale TAB 2022 and Estonian Centre for Architecture and supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia and Ministry of Culture in Estonia.
Tallinn Architecture Biennale (TAB), organised by Estonian Centre for Architecture, is the biggest and most important architectural festival in the Baltics addressing relevant issues in architecture and delving into the present and the future of the field. The next edition of TAB 2022 will take place in September – October 2022. TAB 2022 is titled “Edible; Or, The Architecture of Metabolism” and is curated by Lydia Kallipoliti, Areti Markopoulou in collaboration with Co-Curator Ivan Sergejev.