Young Polish Architects 2.5D, wystawa prezentowana już w Estonii i Finlandii, jedzie teraz do Czech. Prace młodych polskich architektów będzie można oglądać 4–29 kwietnia 2018 roku w Galerii Architektury Brno.
The Young Polish Architects 2.5D exhibition, which has already been on display in Finland and Estonia, comes to the Czech Republic. The exhibition presents 16 unique, innovative and intriguing architectural designs from Poland. The designs selected for the exhibition respond to various issues related to public space: from temporary installations to large public buildings – each of these projects tells a separate story.
The exhibition presents simplified models of selected designs by young Polish architects. The format, known to many from the world of computer games, is made of three-layer dioramas created in consultation with the architects, which highlight the most important and intriguing elements of the designs. The models are accompanied by photos, curator’s comments, drafts and mock-ups, as well as publications on contemporary architecture.
Architects taking part in the exhibition include:
- Jojko + Nawrocki Architekci
- Mikołaj Smoleński Sofft
- PL Architekci
- JRK 72
- Dyrda Fikus Architekci
- MOKO Architects
- Maciej Siuda
- Piotr Żuraw
- Centrum Architektury Foundation
- Marcin Kwietowicz
- Vostok Design
- Jan Strumiłło
- Piotr Brzoza Architekten GmbH & Projekt Praga
Since the early 1990s, the Bron Architecture Gallery has been a natural meeting place for architects and artists. The gallery, founded by the Czech Architecture Foundation, presents contemporary Czech and international architecture as well as the history of architecture. Through its many events including exhibitions, lectures, and publications, it strives to increase interest in architecture as an integral part of public space.
Curator: Łukasz Wojciechowski
Graphic design: Michał Majewski
The exhibition was organised in co-operation with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, under its flagship brand Culture.pl, and is supported by the Polish Institute in Prague and the Brno Architecture Gallery.
Source: press materials, Culture.pl, compiled by KA, translated by NR, Apr 2018