Landezine is organising the first LANDEZINE LIVE event on Friday, 20 January 2017, at the Old Power Station  - Elektro Ljubljana (Slomškova 18) in Ljubljana. The event will focus on exploring interdisciplinary approach to designing open space. Renowned speakers will present their works and participate in the discussion and LILA – Landezine International Landscape Award will be handed to the two winning offices. 

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Call for Papers: Postcards from the Anthropocene

Symposium that will take place from 22—24 June 2017 at Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture is calling for guest speakers.

The symposium, organised by Future Architecture selected emerging creative Tiago Torres Campos, will explore how the emergence of the Anthropocene implying an epistemological shift might transform the way we think about representation and, more specifically, its geopolitics. Key note speakers will include Etienne Turpin, Jussi Parikka, Mark Dorrian, Nigel Clark, Susan Schuppli.

Take part either with a lecture or with an image and explore the reciprocity between geopolitics and modes of representation through the motif of postcards.

Deadline for submissions is 24 February 2017.



Opening Hours

The Museum of Architecture and Design will change opening hours during the holidays. It will be open on the 24th and 31st of December 2016 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Open: Tuesday-Sunday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., 24 and 31 December: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Closed: Mondays, 25 December, 1 January


Lecture: Design Exhibition as Catalyst for Change: Biennial of Design (BIO)

The Faculty of Architecture, Technical University of Munich, Germany, will host Maja Vardjan, the curator of the Museum of Architecture and Design, on Thursday, 15 December 2016. As a curator of the 25th Biennial of Design (BIO) – Faraway, So Close, she will present the phenomenon of BIO without discussing exclusively the exhibition, its organisation and format, but first and foremost the wider implications of its concept and cultural significance through time – the social context of its origin, its position within modernisation projects of former Yugoslavia, its capability of exchange and last but not least, its capacity to reinvent itself, which marks BIO relevant and topical again today.

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