29.09. - 04.11.2018

Transform

Opening: 28/09/2018, 7 PM
With speeches by Andreas Ruby (S AM), Sarah Graham (agps), Joris van Wezemael (SIA)

Today, the half-life of buildings is decreasing rapidly. When their function changes, they are often simply replaced. However, criticism of this spatial throwaway culture is growing. An ever-increasing number of architects are once again investigating structures' potential for transformation and, in their reinterpretation, discovering very distinct poetic potential and scope for experimentation.
From a diverse range of very different projects, three independent positions were selected. What they all have in common is that the investigative process is not just the initiator, but an essential component, of the transformation.

With: agps architecture in collaboration with Jenny Rodenhouse: 99¢ Space; Lacaton & Vassal, Frédéric Druot, Christophe Hutin: Cité du Grand Parc; Baubüro in situ: Halle 118.


photo credits:
agps: 99¢ Space, photo: Sarah Graham
Lacaton&Vassal: Cité du Grand Parc, photo: Philippe Ruault
Baubüro in situ: Halle 118, photo: Baubüro in situ
 

The exhibition in Basel is supported by:
Forbo Flooring Systems

Baubüro in situ would like to thank:
Stiftung Abendrot;
Emil Egger AG;
Wiederverwerkle Upcycling & Restholzbörse;
ETH Professur für Nachhaltiges Bauen;
ÖkoLogisches Bauen, Lukas Spuhler
 

Accompanying programme:
Symposium: Re.Architecture
29/9/2018, 1-5 PM
With: Fala Atelier (PT); Jeju Studio (PL); Land+Civilization Compositions (NL); Martin Pohl, Miachael Kraus (DE); Skrei (PT)
Place: Zentrale Pratteln, Gallenweg 8, 4133 Pratteln (8 Min. from Bahnhof SBB)
Language: English
Free admission
In the context of Future Architecture Platform. Co-funded by the creative europe programme of the European Union.
An event within the framework of 'Making of Space' http://making-of.space

Public Guided Tours
4/10/ and 25/10/2018

at 6 PM
Language: German

Anne Lacaton & Bernard Blanc: Das zweite Leben der Grands Ensemble
17/10/2018, 7 PM

Place: Markthalle ‹Wohnzimmer›, Steinentorberg 20, 4051 Basel 
Admission: CHF 12.- (red. CHF 8.-)
Language: German, French
Supported by: Hans und Renée Müller-Meylan Stiftung;
http://europa-archi.eu/de/die-architekturtage/Die Architekturtage / Les journées de l'architecture

Upcoming exhibitions

17.10.2020 - 28.02.2021

Tsuyoshi Tane: Archaeology of the Future

What role can architecture play in mediating between the past and the future? This is a question that the architect Tsuyoshi Tane (b. Tokyo, 1979) has consistently engaged with throughout his international body of work. Each project by the Paris-based practice Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects begins with an intensive research phase meant to excavate the memories embedded in a place and integrate these into the creative process: a method the architect terms the ‘Archaeology of the Future’. This exhibition sheds light on his creative process by bringing together his collections of reference images, sketches, objects and models.