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8/30/2011

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Space experiments by J. Mayer H.

In the exhibition "Rapport. Experimental space structures" by J. Mayer H. visitors can gain insights into the interdisciplinary work of the architecture office J. Mayer H. A walkable installation and models in 3-D turn the two-dimensional patterns into a physical experience. The exhibition can be visited from the 16th of September 2011 till the 9th of April 2012 in the Berlinische Galerie in Berlin.

› www.berlinischegalerie.de/en

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London Design Festival

For the ninth time the London Design Festival opens its gates from the 17th to the 25th of September. It offers more than 200 events and exhibitions by international participants who spread over the whole city.

› www.londondesignfestival.com

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Beijing Design Week

Will "Made in China" soon turn into "Designed in China"? The Beijing Design Week, an international platform for design that is held from the 26th of September to the 3rd of October intents to bring together the public, specialists and the industry. Sister city of this year is London, which represents the local design tendencies by a series of events.

› www.bjdw.org

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Carlo Mollino – Maniera Moderna

Designer and architect, but also writer, automobile racer and figure photographer – the exhibition "Maniera Moderna", held from the 16th of September 2011 until the 8th of January 2012 in the Haus der Kunst in München, shows how manifold the work by Italian Carlo Mollino was. It is the first all-embracing presentation of Carlo Mollino in the German speaking area.

› www.hausderkunst.de

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New perspectives to Ernst May

As part of the exhibition "Ernst May (1886–1970). New Cities on three Continents" the international symposium "Heim, Platte, Trabantenstadt" will take place from the 29th of September till the 1st of October. Venues are the Deutsches Architekturmuseum and the Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Universität in Frankfurt am Main.

› www.dam-online.de