Pre-event MAB14 Copenhagen

On November 19, you have the opportunity to participate in the Media Architecture Biennale 2014 pre-event which is held in Copenhagen in collaboration with the Danish Architecture Centre.

bryghusprojektet-fmg-luftfo.jpgThe pre-event will be held at DACs new temporary location at Fæstningens Materialgård(FMG) which is close to the building site of "The new DAC", which is being built on Søren Kierkegaards Plads next to the Danish Royal LibraryThe Black Diamond. FMG will be the vanguard of DAC until the new building is ready to move into. DACs departmentNetwork,the Krak Institute for Urban Economic Research, Copenhagen Solution Lab and IFHP (The International Federation for Housing and Planning) will together create the pilot-projectinnovation and business hub.      

The pre-event will both give you the possibility to experience some historical and main sites in Copenhagen and to learn about the development of the city. The talks given at FMG will present three very different companies working in the area between architecture, city development, media, innovation, art, culture and design.

Program

9:00

Kgs. Nytorv (Kongens Nytorv 4, 1050 København)
About 'Byens Hegn' by Project Manager Mimi Larsson, Copenhagen Metro

9:25

Nordhavn - Kollision
Exhibition about new city area in NORDHAVN by Partner Andreas Lykke-Olesen, Kollision

10:10

Gl. Strand- Copenhagen Metro
About 'Byens Hegn' by Project Manager Mimi Larsson, Copenhagen Metro

10:35

DAC, Fæstningens Materialgård (Frederiksholms Kanal 30, 1220 København)

  • Danish Architecture Centre by Head of Network Anna Esbjørn
  • Atelier Brückner by Creative Director Prof. Uwe R. Brückner
  • Gehl Architects by Partner and Managing Director Jeff Risom

12:00

Lunch

12:45

Bus take off Aarhus MAB14

 

>> Sign up for Media Architecture Biennale 2014 and read more about it here

Pre-event MAB14 Copenhagen
 
Date 19 November 2014
Time 9:00-12:45
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Contact Person Anna Bisgaard-Nøhr

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 / By mae@dac.dk

Last updated Friday, October 31, 2014