Stories & Projects

Architecture of the Future – Exhibition of Degree Projects from all Swedish Schools of Architecture at The Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts

How will future architecture look? What's the point of view of young architects? At the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts, recent graduates from the Swedish Architecture Schools - Umeå, Stockholm, Gothenburg and Lund - show their work in Hall Mitt and Hall Öst.

With the ambition to create an interface between the architecture schools and the audiance, a room for insight into the focus of the educations and current issues for students opens up. Contemporary and future architecture is, as always, to reconfigure its notions on design, context, quality, society, environment and social aspects.

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By showing degree projects from students new layers of ideas and perspectives are publicly added to the culture of architecture. The aim of the exhibition is to from there provide a space for exchange between the educations and a basis for discussion regarding educational contant and goals.     

From Umeå School of Architecture Degree Projects from alumni's Daniela Lamartine,  Sara Zetterlund, Gaia Crocella, Cajsa Winge, Karin Wilstrand, Maja Hallén, Julia Samberg, Nina Larsson och Petra Henriksson is present.   The Exhibition is open to the public until January 13:th 2019. For open hours, see this webpage.

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Photo: Björn Strömfeldt/ Konstakademien

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