Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Mariannenplatz 2, Berlin, June 23 – August 26, 2018
An ifa (Institute for Foreign Relations) exhibition in collaboration with ARCH+
Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanisme, Seoul, September 1 – November 5, 2017
Vitra Design Museum, June 3 – September 10, 2017
A vai exhibition, September 23, 2016 – January 21, 2017
Gallery OQBO, Berlin, solo exhibition June 16 – July 15, 2017
Zusammen ein Haus entwickeln, räumlich und baulich komplex, vielfältig und durchgemischt, das wär doch was! Kein fauler Kompromiss, vermeintliche Beteiligung. Für eine Stadt der Möglichkeiten: geplant oder improvisiert, temporär oder für immer. Spezielle Orte für neue Räume und Träume.
fatkoehl architekten zeigt die Modelle. Alle Entwürfe, frisch nachgezeichnet und gedruckt, garaniert koproduziert und auf Wunsch mit Zertifikat nutzungsoffen. Jetzt neu: Mit Quest auch für öffentliche Räume!
Deutsches Architekturmuseum Frankfurt am Main, September 12, 2015 – February 28, 2015
Architekturmuseum München, March 17 – June 12, 2016
Current developments in housing construction in the major European cities raise the question of how much urban density is actually necessary and possible, and how the respective decisions affect the quality of life. In response to a changing society and a housing market that is often geared more toward economic factors than providing homes, community building projects are being initiated by building associations, cooperatives and architects that focus instead on residents’ individual requirements and on autonomous forms of organization. Their common approach: Participation! The Architekturmuseum der TU Munich presents twelve recent cooperative building projects based on their conceptual orientation, development process, structural realization, administrative structure and form of community living. They include newly developed neighborhoods such as the Hunziker Areal in Zurich (built by the cooperative “mehr als wohnen”) and WagnisART on the Domagk grounds in Munich (wagnis eG), as well as established cooperatives that are currently undergoing expansion, including Vienna’s Sargfabrik and Kraftwerk 1 in Zurich. All housing projects featured set out to be inclusive, multigenerational and neighborly. These concepts are then reflected in the architectural schemes, which display open and flexible structures and innovative floor plans – making them ideally suited to today’s needs. On four evenings, guests from the building cooperatives and from the fields of sociology and architecture will be invited to discuss the various possibilities, models and current forms of cooperative building, examining their viability and relevance for the future.
DAZ Berlin, May 22 – July 4, 2015
Gallery Kvalit, February 7 – April 3, 2015
Temporäre Kunsthalle Berlin, group exhibition, July and August, 2010
the illingworth Kerr Gallery, Canada, Calgary, June – September, 2009
in cooperation with Neil Minuk (Curator), Wayne Baerwald