SHIFTS: The Economic Crisis and its Consequences for Architecture
The exhibition ‘Shifts’ looks at the influence of the financial crisis on architects and architecture’s social role
Photo: Christian van der Kooy
The Danish/Dutch Powerhouse Company, in collaboration with the architecture critic, Hans Ibelings, have created the exhibition Shifts, which looks at the influence of the financial crisis on architects and architecture's social role.
'Shifts' spotlights how the global financial crisis of 2008 has affected architecture; what was going on prior to the crisis; and what effect the crisis has had on architects. For example, when architects have designed only 5% of our buildings, is it still relevant to claim that architects are responsible for the way, in which we live and work? And how does the crisis affect architects' future responsibilities?
Events about sustainabilty
The exhibition at the Danish Architecture Centre will be supplemented by a number of different events on the subject of sustainability.
SHIFTS: The Economic Crisis and its Consequences for Architecture is created by Powerhouse Company in collaboration with the architecture critic and historian, Hans Ibelings. The exhibition at the Danish Architecture Centre is supported by Realdania.
Last updated Thursday, March 13, 2014