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The exhibition Timber Tales presents urban timber buildings by weberbrunner architekten located across Switzerland and Germany in a variety of scales: the Freie Waldorfschule Kindergarten in Werder an der Havel; the multi-family house Im Amt in Gutenswil; the single-family home Bruderberg in Weiningen; the multi-generational housing estate Hagmann-Areal in Winterthur; and the sue&til housing complex, also in Winterthur, which is the largest timber residential project in central Europe.

The design studio Christoph Hesse Architects addresses the notion of sustainable life, work and recreation in rural regions through diverse approaches. Its projects include new buildings as well as conversions – altogether they form a plea for self-sufficient, collaborative and identity-forming living spaces that actively involve the users in their design. Aedes is presenting a selection of planned and realised projects in the Sauerland and Waldecker Land region of North Hessen, based on atmospheric pictures and small- and large-scale models.

The architectural office of Ritter Schumacher is based in Chur, located in the eastern Swiss alpine canton of Graubünden. The traditionally close relationship between the city and the surrounding region has shaped the holistic, integrative working approach of Jon Ritter and Michael Schumacher. The exhibition provides insight into their firm’s planning strategies for rural development in Switzerland. Using their work in the municipality of Churwalden as an example, it shows how a series of precise structural interventions in the rural context has set in motion a consistent, sustainable process of the area and is driving its future development.

Pondělí

1 pm - 5 pm

Úterý

11 am - 6:30 pm

Středa

11 am - 6:30 pm

Čtvrtek

11 am - 6:30 pm

Pátek

11 am - 6:30 pm

Sobota

11 am - 6:30 pm

Neděle

1 pm - 5 pm