A few weeks ago we attended the opening of the exhibition “Green Architecture for the Future” at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, an institution which is working since the fifties in Humlebaek (a charming town half an hour by train from Copenhagen) . This museum was a pioneer in its time to set off in a rural setting and maintain its activity for over half a century. We recommend a visit (at least virtual) if you have the chance, because the landscape and its relationship with the architecture of the museum is probably something to remember.
Our contribution to the expo has been an installation-laboratory titled WHAT IF? CITIES … where we’re trying to imagine with the help of many people an alternative urbanity. Other teams invited to develop installations have been Norman Foster, Francois Roche and Philip Rahm.
The expo is collecting so far very good reviews from newspapers and cultural magazines. Here you have some pictures of our installation and some links related the exhibition (to remain open until early October).