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Faculty of Architecture
Sint-Lucas Campus | Ghent | Belgium

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City Library of Mulhouse
France

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University of Liège
Faculty of Architecture | Belgium

Interview

In conversation with
Johannes Mohr

Vorarlberg is the most westerly and the smallest of all the federal states in Austria. It has borders with southern Germany, Switzerland, and the Principality of Liechtenstein and has a population of a little over 375,000 inhabitants. Its capital, Bregenz, is situated on Lake Constance. The region has seen its building culture develop along a special path with a movement beginning in the late 1950s and early 1960s that has been labelled the Vorarlberger Bauschule (Vorarlberg School of Building), a name that resonates far beyond local and national borders and is now represented by a relatively high density of quality architecture.

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Events

Date Event Venue
14.07.2016 #GeThDo to premiere in South-East Asia at GALERI PETRONAS, Kuala Lumpur! GALERI PETRONAS, Kuala Lumpur
16.05.2016 #GeThDo opening in Glasgow The Lighthouse - Scotland’s Centre for Design and Architecture
28.04.2016 Getting Things Done Symposium at the Pierhead, Cardiff Bay Pierhead, Cardiff Bay
13.04.2016 #GeThDo opening in Cardiff Senedd Welsh Assembly Building Cardiff Bay
25.02.2016 #GeThDo opening in Liechtenstein Universität Liechtenstein
13.01.2016 #GeThDo opening in Budapest FUGA – Budapest Center of Architecture
17.11.2015 #GeThDo opening in Bucharest UAUIM – Facultatea de Arhitectură
23.10.2015 #GeThDo opening in Berlin Österreichisches Kulturforum Berlin
22.10.2015 »Vorarlberg trifft Berlin« Österreichisches Kulturforum Berlin
05.09.2015 #GeThDo opening in Zagreb Oris House of Architecture
04.09.2015 Lecture by curator Wolfgang Fiel Oris House of Architecture
03.06.2015 #GeThDo opening in Oslo DogA Norsk Design- og Arkitektursenter
11.05.2015 #GeThDo opening in Belgrade Faculty of Fine Arts – University of Belgrade
13.04.2015 #GeThDo opening in Oujda Galérie d'Art Oujda
20.03.2015 #GeThDo opening in Tétouan Centre d'art contemporain de Tétouan
21.01.2015 GeThDo opening in Madrid Colegio de Arquitectos de Madrid
06.11.2014 GeThDo opening in Burgos Colegio de Arquitectos de Burgos
11.10.2014 Closing event in Andelsbuch Werkraum Bregenzerwald
13.09.2014 Ausstellungseröffnung im Werkraum Bregenzerwald Werkraum Bregenzerwald
12.09.2014 Pressekonferenz Werkraum Bregenzerwald
04.04.2014 Podiumsdiskussion vai Vorarlberger Architektur Institut
07.03.2014 Podiumsdiskussion vai Vorarlberger Architektur Institut
06.03.2014 Ausstellungseröffnung im vai vai Vorarlberger Architektur Institut

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Getting Things Done to enter the U.S. and Canada!

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Curator Dr. Wolfgang Fiel on “Evolution of the Built Environment in Vorarlberg” in Austrian Information

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Forthcoming Exhibitions: Ghent | Mulhouse | Liege

Sint-Lucas Campus in Ghent | Belgium, University of Leuven, Faculty of Architecture

Official opening on October 20, 7 p.m.

City Library of Mulhouse | France

Opening on October 24, 6 p.m.

University of Liege | Belgium, Faculty of Architecture

Opening on November 22, 7 p.m.

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