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Hvordan skal byen og ikke mindst Sydhavnen se ud i fremtiden, og hvordan kan et nyt byrum eller en ny bygning styrke den lokale sammenhængskraft? Vi har inviteret projektet Bevæg Byen! og Dome of Visions, der med midlertidige versioner af byrum og bygninger, har arbejdet med at styrke et lokalområde gennem kulturel og rumlig samskabelse. Sydhavn Sogn fortæller, i forlængelse heraf, om tankerne for den kommende kirke på Teglholmen. Udgangspunktet vil være, hvordan en ny kirke og nyt stort byrum, kan åbne op mod lokalområdet og blive et sted, hvor alle mennesker har mulighed for at deltage og være medskabende. Samtalesalonen er gratis, men tilmelding er stadig nødvendig.

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5 talks in collaboration with EAHR, WHO & Think-Fast on Pandemic Resilient Cities with key speakers from relevant fields

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We are open for film submissions for the festival in spring 2021. Deadline 15th of January.




Kære Frank Jensen – 46 breve stilet til Københavns Overborgmester med visioner og foreslag til Københavns grønne omstilling.

Publikation til download.


Prolonged until 4th of June.

Brandlhuber+, Christopher Roth and Copenhagen Architecture Festival launch a digital exhibition platform with a talk program.

Opening on April 24. Runs until 4th of June. New program every week!

Join the digital (and corona-free) opening of the exhibition Watch more TV! on 24 April with the architectural practice Brandlhuber+ and the film artist Christopher Roth.

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From 1st of April – 1st of May the festival had two open calls running:

Corona-essays: Reflections on how the virus will affect the built environment

The home in the time of the corona-virus on Instagram

Foto fra CPH Village: Astrid Maria Rasmussen


’How can the space we live in adapt and support the individual to overcome a crisis? How can design integrate nature to provide sensory orientation? How can seasonal changes help us through a pandemic? How can we hold on to our relationship with the outside when stuck inside? How can we create an even greater collective sense in a world that is physically distanced?’

Today’s essay considers the potentialities of rethinking our architectural frameworks in context of the covid-19 pandemic, and the climate crisis.
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Our Future Architecture friends from Basel are hosting this talk tomorrow with Eyal WeizmanThis Thursday at 19:00 (7 PM) CEST / 18:00 (6 PM) British Time, please join us for the next «S AM Calls» conversation between S AM Director Andreas Ruby and Eyal Weizman. Weizman is Professor for Spatial and Visual Cultures as well as founding director of the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths, University of London. In 2010, he founded Forensic Architecture, a research agency based at Goldsmiths, University of London, which investigates human rights violations as well as cases involving political violence and environmental destruction. Working with or on behalf of victims, human rights organisations, international criminal investigators, or environmental justice groups and media organisations, the agency applies state-of-the-art methods of forensic and spatial analysis in order to dissect architectural, urban and territorial spaces.

A selection of investigations by Forensic Architecture – «The Killing of Tahir Elçi», «Killing in Umm al-Hiran», «Sea Watch vs. the Libyan Coastguard», and «The Killing of Halit Yozgat» – are currently on view in the exhibition «Under the Radar». As part of an update of the show in relation with COVID-19, these have been recently joined by an additional investigation: «Pushbacks Across the Evros/Meriç River», which documents the violence exercised against migrants and refugees in the Greek-Turkish border zone.

We look forward to a conversation on these works and more: on the methods of Forensic Architecture, on architecture as means in addition to an end, and on alternative models for spatial practice.

«S AM Calls» is a series of Instagram Live conversations with practitioners and thinkers from the world of architecture on the pressing questions driving the built environment today. All conversations take place in English and are recorded.

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Our friends Tbilisi Architecture Biennial / თბილისის არქიტექტურის ბიენალე from Future Architecture has an open call for their next edition in October/NovemberFuture Architecture Member Tbilisi Architecture Biennial / თბილისის არქიტექტურის ბიენალე is accepting proposals for its 2020 International Open Call Tbilisi Architecture Biennial: What Do We Have In Common.

The second edition of the biennial proposes to take a closer look at the notion of commonness in our increasingly individualized and fragmented societies.

⏳ DEADLINE TO APPLY: July 31 2020 23.59 CET
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The winning proposals will be realized during the event, 17 October – 8 November 2020 digitally and physically in selected locations in Tbilisi and around the world.
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Future ArchitectureAs a response to the recent covid-19 related end of year showcase cancellations i-D and our media partner ARTS THREAD have launched a global graduate showcase initiative for the class of 2020. The competition is open to all art and design students graduating this year 2019-20 in any related discipline, located anywhere in the world.
The Global Design Graduate Show 2020 is your chance to share your creative work alongside your peers from around the world!
⏳ DEADLINE TO APPLY: July 31 2020 23.59 GMT
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