This exhibition was developed for the specific purpose of presenting “architecture from Vorarlberg” to a decidedly international audience in the form of a touring show travelling to the venues of the thirty-two Austrian Cultural Forums located around the world.
With a total of more than 230 projects and around 700 photographic illustrations, the exhibition does offer a comprehensive overview of a movement with its origins in the late 1950s and early 1960s that has been labelled the Vorarlberger Bauschule (Vorarlberg School of Building).

The Getting Things Done Tour

23.11-21.12.2016
University of Liège, Faculty of Architecture | Belgium

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25.10-12.11.2016
City Library of Mulhouse, France

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21.10-18.11.2016
Faculty of Architecture, Sint-Lucas Campus | Ghent | Belgium

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14.07-19.08.2016
Galeri Petronas, Kuala Lumpur | Malaysia

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13.05-30.06.2016
The Lighthouse, Glasgow | Scotland

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05.04-06.05.2016
Senedd Welsh Assembly Building, Cardiff | Wales

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26.02-22.03.2016
Foyer der Universität Liechtenstein, Vaduz | LI

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14.01-07.02.2016
FUGA – Budapest Center of Architecture, Budapest | HU

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18.11-10.12.2015
UAUIM - Facultatea de Arhitectură, Bucharest | RO

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24.10-06.11.2015
Österreichisches Kulturforum, Berlin | DE

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06.09-17.09.2015
Oris House of Architecture, Zagreb | CR

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03.06-28.06.2015
Norsk design- og arkitektursenter (DOGA), Oslo | NO

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12.05-19.05.2015
Gallery of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade | RS

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14.04-28.04.2015
Galérie d'Art Oujda, Oujda | MA

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21.03-05.04.2015
Centre d'art contemporain de Tétouan, Tétouan | MA

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22.01-23.02.2015
Colegio de Arquitectos de Madrid, COAM, Madrid | ES

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06.11-11.12.2014
Colegio de Arquitectos de Burgos, Burgos | ES

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13.09-11.10.2014
Werkraum Bregenzerwald, Andelsbuch | AT

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07.03-05.04.2014
vai Vorarlberger Architektur Institut, Dornbirn | AT

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Exhibition architecture

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The exhibition display, which can be seen as a series of folders hanging in space, has been designed according to a modular concept, catering to the fact that the exhibition requires quick and easy assembly and disassembly, should weigh little, and be compact enough to be readily transportable, while also needing to be adaptable to the widely varying physical realities of the different spaces it will be put into.

The transport crates serve bottom-up as finely worked plinths for the presentation of the crafts objects in the exhibition. The entire exhibition display consists of nine plinths, the modular wooden frame with two monitors, and the digital guest book tablet.

Craft+Form

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Wendy House

Harmony Chair

The special role played by craft techniques has been made a pretext for highlighting the sensual and haptic quality of the buildings within the context of the exhibition and for taking on tour a total of thirteen classic, handcrafted Craft+Form submissions.

Digital guestbook

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