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The Architecture Forum Aedes has become one of the most successful institutions internationally for communicating architectural culture, urban design and similar topics. Aedes strives to focus public attention on the cultures of building and architecture and to present and convey architectural visions, sustainable urban concepts, urban planning and landscape architecture. In more than 350 exhibitions and catalogs in the typical Aedes format, renowned architects and current Pritzker-Award winners such as Zaha Hadid, Thom Mayne, Daniel Libeskind, Frank Gehry or Rem Koolhaas presented their work long before acquiring world fame. In addition to 10 to 16 exhibitions per year, the dialog with outside experts and an interested public is supported by simultaneous symposia, series of lectures and discussions. Aedes was founded in 1980 by Kristin Feireiss and Helga Retzer († 1984) in Berlin-Charlottenburg as the first private architecture gallery in Europe. In memoriam Kongresshalle Berlin was the title of the opening exhibition, which became a groundbreaking success. In 1985 the architecture forum Aedes West moved to the S-Bahn vaults at Savignyplatz. In 1995, under the name of Aedes East, another branch was opened in Hackesche Höfe in Berlin-Mitte by Kristin Feireiss together with her partner Hans-Jürgen Commerell. In June 2006 Aedes moved to Pfefferberg, the grounds of a former brewery in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg. Since 1996, the team is reinforced by Ulla Giesler, cultural scientist.

What a wonderful visit we had today from the Japanese-German Centre Berlin (JDZB)! Thank you Japanisch-Deutsches Zentrum...
19/06/2020

What a wonderful visit we had today from the Japanese-German Centre Berlin (JDZB)! Thank you Japanisch-Deutsches Zentrum Berlin for your time and interest in our current exhibition about the artificially created Water Garden in Tochigi, Japan by Junya.ishigami+associates

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18/06/2020
HOLZGESCHICHTEN / TIMBER TALES Catalogue

AEDES CATALOGUE | HOLZGESCHICHTEN weberbrunner architekten zürich & berlin
English / Deutsch, €10

In follow-up to our exhibition 'TIMBER TALES, weberbrunner architekten zurich & berlin' an AEDES catalogue was published that sums up the three 'Timber Tale Talks' which took place during the exhibition period.

Im Nachgang zu unserer Ausstellung 'HOLZGESCHICHTEN weberbrunner architekten zürich & berlin' ist nun ein AEDES Katalog erschienen, der u.a. die drei 'Dialogabende' zusammenfasst, die während des Ausstellungszeitraums stattgefunden haben.

https://www.aedes-arc.de/cms/aedes/en/programm?id=19241117

For the third time AEDES Architecture Forum will take part in the Architecture Exhibitions Weekend  in Berlin. On Saturd...
16/06/2020

For the third time AEDES Architecture Forum will take part in the Architecture Exhibitions Weekend in Berlin.
On Saturday June 20 and Sunday June 21, 2020 from 1 until 5pm we are looking forward to seeing you at our current exhibition:

Obel Award 2019
Water Garden by Junya.ishigami+associates

https://www.aedes-arc.de/cms/aedes/de/programm?id=19510817

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #aedessetup #aedesevent #aedesinthepress #aedesandfriends #obelaward #watergarden #architecture #landscape #tochigi #japan #henrikfrodeobelfoundation #junyaishigami #architectureexhibitionsweekend

In 2020 AEDES not only celebrates 40 years of successful communication about architecture and urban/building culture, bu...
10/06/2020
Light in architecture: 25 year anniversary of Zumtobel and Aedes | STYLEPARK

In 2020 AEDES not only celebrates 40 years of successful communication about architecture and urban/building culture, but also 25 years where the globally operating lighting specialist Zumtobel has made a significant contribution to Aedes' commitment to fostering the international and interdisciplinary architectural dialogue.

For Aedes and Zumtobel, this extraordinary cooperation partnership is an important element in the expansion of their networks and the exchange of knowledge and experience on the subject of built environments and sustainability. This rich cultural dialogue also gave rise to the Zumtobel Group Award in 2007, which is now recognised worldwide.

https://www.stylepark.com/en/news/zumtobel-aedes-light-architecture-forum

#architektur #aedesberlin #aedesinthepress Stylepark

Zumtobel and Aedes: The cooperation between the Austrian lighting specialist and the Berlin Architecture Forum is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.

AEDES feiert 2020 nicht nur 40 Jahre erfolgreiche Kommunikation zu Stadt(bau)- und Architekturkultur,  sondern auch die ...
08/06/2020
Licht in der Architektur: 25 Jahre Zumtobel und Aedes | STYLEPARK

AEDES feiert 2020 nicht nur 40 Jahre erfolgreiche Kommunikation zu Stadt(bau)- und Architekturkultur, sondern auch die 25 Jahre, in denen der global operierende Leuchtenhersteller Zumtobel aus Österreich einen erheblichen Beitrag zum Engagement von Aedes zur Förderung des internationalen und interdisziplinären Architekturdialogs geleistet hat.
Für AEDES und Zumtobel ist diese außergewöhnliche Kooperations-Partnerschaft ein wichtiger Bestandteil in der Erweiterung der Netzwerke und im Austausch von Wissen und Erfahrung um den Themenkomplex gebauter Lebenswelten und Nachhaltigkeit. Aus diesem reichen kulturellen Dialog ist 2007 auch der inzwischen weltweit anerkannte Zumtobel Group Award hervorgegangen.

https://www.stylepark.com/de/news/zumtobel-aedes-licht-architektur-forum

#architektur #aedesberlin #aedesinthepress Stylepark

Zumtobel und Aedes: Die Kooperation des österreichischen Lichtspezialisten mit dem Berliner Architekturforum feiert in diesem Jahr das 25-jährige Jubiläum. Mehr

PRESSE | Bernhard Schulz im Tagesspiegel über OBEL AWARD 2019 - Water Garden by Junya IshigamiAEDES Architekturforum13. ...
04/06/2020
Ein Garten, an dem nichts natürlich ist

PRESSE | Bernhard Schulz im Tagesspiegel über
OBEL AWARD 2019 - Water Garden by Junya Ishigami

AEDES Architekturforum
13. Mai - 25 Juni 2020
Christinenstr. 18-19, 10119 Berlin
Öffnungszeiten: Di-Fr 11-18:30 Uhr, So, Mo und Feiertage 13-17 Uhr
https://www.aedes-arc.de/cms/aedes/de/programm?id=19510783
www.obelaward.org

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #aedesopening #aedessetup #aedesevent #aedesinthepress #aedesandfriends #obelaward #watergarden #architecture #landscape #tochigi #japan #henrikfrodeobelfoundation Junya.ishigami+associates

https://www.tagesspiegel.de/kultur/junya-ishigami-im-aedes-architectural-forum-ein-garten-an-dem-nichts-natuerlich-ist/25837704.html

Der „Wassergarten“ von Junya Ishigami erhielt letztes Jahr den prestigeträchtigen Obel Award. Nun ist das Werk im Aedes Architectural Forum zu sehen.

29/05/2020
AEDES CATALOGUE | OBEL AWARD 2019 - Water Garden by Junya Ishigami

AEDES CATALOGUE | OBEL AWARD 2019 - Water Garden by Junya Ishigami
Available now!
With essay by Beatrice Galilee and many great photos and drawings.
English, € 10
Order here: https://www.aedes-arc.de/cms/aedes/catalogues?id=16447373

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #aedesopening #aedessetup #aedesevent #aedesinthepress #aedesandfriends #obelaward #watergarden #architecture #landscape #tochigi #japan #henrikfrodeobelfoundation @Junya.ishigami+associates

Die Bauwelt Redaktionssitzung fand heute bei uns im Garten statt. Danke für den Besuch! Kommt bald mal wieder vorbei!AED...
26/05/2020

Die Bauwelt Redaktionssitzung fand heute bei uns im Garten statt. Danke für den Besuch! Kommt bald mal wieder vorbei!

AEDES
Christinenstr. 18-19, 10119 Berlin
Öffnungszeiten: Di-Fr 11-18:30 Uhr, So, Mo und Feiertage 13-17 Uhr
https://www.aedes-arc.de

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #aedesopening #aedessetup #aedesevent #aedesinthepress #aedesandfriends

25/05/2020
OBEL AWARD 2019_Aedes Exhibition

EXHIBITION VIDEO | OBEL AWARD 2019 – Water Garden by Junya Ishigami & Associates
https://vimeo.com/420302680

13 May -25 June at AEDES, Christinenstr. 18-19, 10119 Berlin
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 11am-6.30pm, Sun-Mon, holidays 1-5pm

https://www.aedes-arc.de/cms/aedes/de/programm?id=19510783
www.obelaward.org

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #aedesopening #aedessetup #aedesevent #aedesinthepress #aedesandfriends #obelaward #watergarden #architecture #landscape #tochigi #japan #henrikfrodeobelfoundation Junya.ishigami+associates

This is "OBEL AWARD 2019_Aedes Exhibition" by Reframe on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

"75 Prozent der Landfläche des Planeten hat der Mensch bereits verändert. Die ganze Erde ist sozusagen zu einem Garten g...
22/05/2020
Ein Wald im Wasser

"75 Prozent der Landfläche des Planeten hat der Mensch bereits verändert. Die ganze Erde ist sozusagen zu einem Garten geworden. Die Herausforderung ist nun, ihn zu pflegen", schreibt Petra Ahne in der Berliner-zeitung.de über unsere Ausstellung "OBEL AWARD 2019 - Water Garden by Junya Ishigami & Associates".
https://www.berliner-zeitung.de/stil-individualitaet/ein-wald-im-wasser-li.83529

13. Mai - 25 Juni 2020
Christinenstr. 18-19, 10119 Berlin
Öffnungszeiten: Di-Fr 11-18:30 Uhr, So, Mo und Feiertage 13-17 Uhr
https://www.aedes-arc.de/cms/aedes/de/programm?id=19510783
www.obelaward.org

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #aedesopening #aedessetup #aedesevent #aedesinthepress #aedesandfriends #obelaward #watergarden #architecture #landscape #tochigi #japan #henrikfrodeobelfoundation Junya.ishigami+associates

Das Aedes Architekturforum feiert bis 25. Juni einen zauberhaften neuen Park in Japan. Für den „Water Garden“ wurden zum Fällen bestimmte Bäume an anderer Stelle kunstvoll eingepflanzt. Dafür gab es den mit 100.000 Euro dotierten Architekturpreis Obel Award.

EXHIBITION | OBEL AWARD 2019 - Water Garden by Junya Ishigami & Associates13 May - 25 June 2020We look forward to seeing...
14/05/2020

EXHIBITION | OBEL AWARD 2019 - Water Garden by Junya Ishigami & Associates
13 May - 25 June 2020
We look forward to seeing you!

https://www.aedes-arc.de/cms/aedes/de/programm?id=19510817

http://obelaward.org/

#aedesexhibition #aedesopening #aedessetup #aedesevent #aedesinthepress #aedesandfriends #aedesberlin #obelaward #ishigami #watergarden #architecture #landscape #tochigi #japan #henrikfrodeobelfoundation

ACHTUNG: Ausstellung ohne EröffnungszeremonieATTENTION: Exhibition without opening ceremonyLiebe Freunde / Dear Friends,...
12/05/2020

ACHTUNG: Ausstellung ohne Eröffnungszeremonie
ATTENTION: Exhibition without opening ceremony

Liebe Freunde / Dear Friends,

Das Aedes Architekturforum öffnet morgen wieder seine Türen für Besucher. Bitte beachten Sie jedoch, dass es wegen der Vorsichtsmaßnahmen zum Infektionsschutz keine Eröffnungszeremonie für die Ausstellung OBEL AWARD 2019, Water Garden by Junya Ishigami geben wird.

Wir freuen uns, Sie zwischen 13. Mai und 25. Juni 2020 während der regulären Öffnungszeiten in der Ausstellung zu begrüßen. Eine Voranmeldung ist nicht erforderlich.

The Aedes Architecture Forum will open again tomorrow, but please note that in accordance with the current health restrictions there will NOT be an opening ceremony for the exhibition OBEL AWARD 2019, Water Garden by Junya Ishigami.

We look forward to welcoming you to see the exhibition during our regular opening hours, starting tomorrow, 13 May until 25 June 2020. Registration is not required.

AUSSTELLUNG / EXHIBITION: 13. Mai - 25. Juni 2020
ORT / VENUE: Aedes Architekturforum, Christinenstraße 18-19, 10119 Berlin
ÖFFNUNGSZEITEN / OPENING HOURS: Di-Fr/Tue-Fri 11-18.30 Uhr, So-Mo/Sun-Mon 13-17 Uhr

https://www.aedes-arc.de/cms/aedes/de/programm?id=19510817

photo: Water Garden by Junya Ishigami & Associates. © Courtesy of nikissimo Inc.

Niklas Maak schreibt in der Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung vom Sonntag über unsere neue Ausstellung  OBEL AWARD 2019Wat...
11/05/2020

Niklas Maak schreibt in der Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung vom Sonntag über unsere neue Ausstellung

OBEL AWARD 2019
Water Garden by Junya Ishigami & Associates

Ab Mittwoch, 13. Mai bei uns zu sehen. Wir freuen uns auf Besucher (unter Berücksichtigung aller Schutzmassnahmen)
Mehr unter: https://www.aedes-arc.de/cms/aedes/de/programm?id=19510783

#aedesexhibition #aedesopening #aedessetup #aedesevent #aedesinthepress #aedesandfriends #aedesberlin #40yearsaedes #Ishigami #watergarden #obelaward #hendrikfrodeobelfoundation

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30/04/2020

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OUR URBAN LIVING ROOM. Cobe Copenhagen.At AEDES Architecture ForumThe exhibition continues online.Featured project of to...
24/04/2020

OUR URBAN LIVING ROOM. Cobe Copenhagen.
At AEDES Architecture Forum
The exhibition continues online.

Featured project of today: THE SILO
Year: Commissioned 2013, completed 2017
Client: Klaus Kastbjerg and NRE Denmark
Programme: Former grain silo transformed into residential complex and public facilities
Size: 10,000 m²

The 17-storey former grain silo is a natural point of orientation in Copenhagen’s new neigbourhood Nordhavn. The spatial variation within the original silo is immense due to the various functions of storing and handling grain, creating space for 39 unique apartments. Single and multi-level apartments range from 73 m² to 305 m² in size with floor heights of up to seven meters. Both the top and lower levels have public access, to ensure a multi-dimensional experience for the various users of the building. The Silo is inhabited, but also a destination. An urban focal point for the redeveloped Nordhavn area.
More at: https://www.cobe.dk/place/the-silo

https://www.aedes-arc.de/cms/aedes/de/programm?id=19323260

#aedesexhibition #aedesopening #aedessetup #aedesevent #aedesinthepress #aedesandfriends #aedesberlin #danisharchitecture #copenhagen #cobearchitects #oururbanlivingroom #publicspace #40yearsaedes

RUSSIAN BIENNALE FOR YOUNG ARCHITECTSRedevelopment of Industrial Sites in TatarstanAt AEDES Architecture ForumThe exhibi...
23/04/2020

RUSSIAN BIENNALE FOR YOUNG ARCHITECTS
Redevelopment of Industrial Sites in Tatarstan
At AEDES Architecture Forum
The exhibition continues online.

Featured Project of today:
Azat Akhmadullin
Ufa

Site area: 5.8 ha
Footprint area: 11,988.9 m²
Total floor area: 66,625.3 m²
Highest point: 59.4 m

This project involves preserving as much as possible of the elevator while tactfully adapting it for functions that are needed today. The building’s initial function as storage for strategically important reserves of grain is to be symbolically recast in the approach adopted by the master plan for development of the adjacent territory. The base shared by all the elevator blocks becomes a spacious public zone fringed by an open gallery and containing numerous small cafés and exhibition spaces. The largest part of the elevator — the 12-row block — is to be structured around an atrium with towers that cut through the upper gallery above the silos; the towers will provide the interior with evenly distributed light. This part of the building will contain a diving pipe, a wind tunnel, and a climbing centre; the architects say that this is an interpretation of the technological processes of cleaning and drying to which the grain used to be subjected in the elevator. The history of the site will also be the subject of the Museum of Grain, which is to be situated in the central part of the elevator. Permanent housing will take the form of two urban villas, townhouses situated near the main building, and co-living spaces in the elevator gallery above the silos. The space between the elevator and the embankment is interpreted as a landscape park containing a prevalence of grain cultures. The architects’ idea is that in time this will become a golden field symbolizing the new life of the grain which was once stored in the elevator. The ships and freight trucks which were used to bring the grain here will become elements in a tourist route linking numerous play and sports areas, an amphitheatre intended for public events and concerts, and the main pedestrian square in front of the elevator itself.

More at: https://www.aedes-arc.de/cms/aedes/de/programm?id=19406039

#aedesexhibition #aedesopening #aedessetup #aedesevent #aedesinthepress #aedesandfriends #aedesberlin #tatarstan #kazan #russianbiennaleforyoungarchitects #40yearsaedes

OUR URBAN LIVING ROOM. Cobe Copenhagen.At AEDES Architecture ForumThe exhibition continues online.Featured project of to...
22/04/2020

OUR URBAN LIVING ROOM. Cobe Copenhagen.
At AEDES Architecture Forum
The exhibition continues online.

Featured project of today: FREDERIKSVEJ KINDERGARTEN
Year: First prize in competition 2011, completed 2015
Client: City of Frederiksberg
Programme: Day care center for 182 children, age 0-6
Size: 1,700 m²

At its core, a kindergarten is about creating a safe, playful and inspiring setting for kids to grow up in. The starting point for this kindergarten was to create a building from the eye level of a child. The design is based on a concept that kids are very fond of: The playhouse. As a series of small houses within a bigger house, the interior of the kindergarten is composed of several small and different worlds that vary in size and function. A house within a house becomes a recurring motif, both indoors and out. The aim is to create architecture that is comprehensible in the eyes of a child and to draw inspiration from the simplicity and purity of a child’s drawing. The result is a scaled-down environment consisting of many different worlds, but also a place where kids can feel a sense of belonging to one specific house within the cluster of houses.
More at: https://www.cobe.dk/place/frederiksvej-kindergarten

https://www.aedes-arc.de/cms/aedes/de/programm?id=19323260

#aedesexhibition #aedesopening #aedessetup #aedesevent #aedesinthepress #aedesandfriends #aedesberlin #danisharchitecture #copenhagen #cobearchitects #oururbanlivingroom #publicspace #40yearsaedes

21/04/2020

RUSSIAN BIENNALE FOR YOUNG ARCHITECTS
Redevelopment of Industrial Sites in Tatarstan
At AEDES Architecture Forum
The exhibition continues online.

Featured Project of today: Megabudka
Moscow

Site area: 6.6 ha
Footprint area: 7,000 m²
Total floor area: 26,589 m²
Highest point: 73.7 m

All buildings on the spit, with the exception of the elevator building, are to be dismantled, and on the spit’s perimeter a continuous embankment, 50 metres wide, with vegetation, a cycle path, and a chain of entertainments and public functions (cafés, restaurants and bars, sports areas, playgrounds, recreational areas) will be created. This linear park will be echoed by a large semi-circular park on the promontory of the spit. Since clearing the water of the effects of the operation of the freight port will inevitably be a time-consuming process, Megabudka proposes for the purpose of summer recreation creating a ‘dry’ beach and preserving the existing retaining wall on the spit, while providing a capacious floating pool on an old barge for swimming in. The architectural design for reconstruction of the elevator is to be entirely dictated by this building’s geometry and structural characteristics. While carefully preserving the overall brutal character of the building, its original proportions, and the circular shape of the silos, Megabudka will cut tall arched windows into all the external cylinders; the two central rows are to be removed in their entirety in order to create an atrium. The top storey of the elevator is to be glazed, yielding attractive views of the Volga and illuminating the atrium. The centre of the building will contain a multifunctional space with vaulting consisting of cylinders held in place by a metal framework. The building’s functional programme will also be emphatically diverse, including both cultural and educational institutions, commercial spaces and offices and an apartment hotel. Alongside the elevator’s long façades landscaped pedestrian plazas will be created; here the original railway tracks will be preserved as an important element of industrial identity. In memory of the tracks’ previous function a composition consisting of freight wagons will be installed; the wagons will contain a children’s playground, a lounge, a café, a recreational area, and a bookcrossing facility.

More at: https://www.aedes-arc.de/cms/aedes/de/programm?id=19406039

#aedesexhibition #aedesopening #aedessetup #aedesevent #aedesinthepress #aedesandfriends #aedesberlin #tatarstan #kazan #russianbiennaleforyoungarchitects #40yearsaedes

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The Architecture Forum Aedes has become one of the most successful institutions internationally for communicating architectural culture, urban design and similar topics. Aedes strives to focus public attention on the cultures of building and architecture and to present and convey architectural visions, sustainable urban concepts, urban planning and landscape architecture. In more than 350 exhibitions and catalogues in the typical Aedes format, renowned architects and current Pritzker-Award winners such as Zaha Hadid, Thom Mayne, Daniel Libeskind, Frank Gehry or Rem Koolhaas presented their work long before acquiring world fame. In addition to 10 to 16 exhibitions per year, the dialog with outside experts and an interested public is supported by simultaneous symposia, series of lectures and discussions. Aedes was founded in 1980 by Kristin Feireiss and Helga Retzer († 1984) in Berlin-Charlottenburg as the first private architecture gallery in Europe. In memoriam Kongresshalle Berlin was the title of the opening exhibition, which became a groundbreaking success. As one of its kind Aedes served as a prototypical model for many architecture-museums and similar institutions established later. In 1985 the architecture forum Aedes West moved to the S-Bahn vaults at Savignyplatz. In 1995, under the name of Aedes East, another branch was opened in Hackesche Höfe in Berlin-Mitte by Kristin Feireiss together with her partner Hans-Jürgen Commerell. In June 2006 Aedes moved to Pfefferberg, the grounds of a former brewery in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg.

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