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Students Review 2017

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KAF Students Review is the single biggest exhibition showcasing works by students from the architecture schools in Kosovo. This is the 5th annual event which is supported by Knauf-Kosova, ArchiEdu & Formon, and is brought to you in partnership with AAB & UBT Universities. The exhibition which features more than 500 best works of architecture students, will be held at the AAB & UBT campuses, with works by FNA-UP students featured online.  The jury is composed of delegated representatives from the local architecture schools.  

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Swiss touch in Landscape Architecture

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The Swiss Touch in Landscape Architecture
An exhibition by PRO HELVETIA – The Swiss Arts Council, conceived by Laboratoire Chôros, ENAC, EPFL Pro Helvetia, the Swiss foundation for culture, presents The Swiss Touch in Landscape Architecture through 36 displays, three audio-visual presentations and online documentation. It is a travelling exhibition stored digitally and conceived by Michael Jakob, Chôros, EPFL. The Swiss Touch in Landscape Architecture retraces the work and impact of Swiss landscape architects. Landscape architecture continually transforms the environment and the way we approach it. This modern discipline, which began around 1800, quickly evolved throughout the twentieth- century. It is…

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Pidgin Perfect – Playing with Places

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Where do we feel most at home? What brings us together? And what difference does culture really make? These questions shape Playing with Place, a new exhibition by Pidgin Perfect. Playing with Place will explore an emerging wave of design-based practice bringing together quality design, community values and a sense of culture in placemaking projects. At the centre of the exhibition will be a new multi-screen moving-image work, weaving together personal stories and experiences, and exploring our understanding of, and hopes for, places that are being re-developed and re-shaped from Sighthill, Glasgow to Lahore, Pakistan. The accompanying Playing with Place…

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