The exhibition will be shown from 17.03.2021. More information follow soon.

The DAZ is expected to open its doors again from March, 17!
We are looking forward to finall welcoming you to our exhibition „Caring for what already Exists”.
Detailed information on the visit (Visitors currently have to show proof of a negative Corona test at the time of their visit) and booking of time slot tickets.

In ten strategies architects and urbanists reflect on how they care for existing buildings, social structures, and planet Earth itself. They invite you to grasp the permanence of buildings and grown structures,  to plead for careful reimagining and repairing of lived-in spaces and housing situations. They demonstrate that new perspectives in urban and regional contexts can emerge through networked approaches, collaborations for the common good, and concepts that enable civic participation.  The strategies offer the circular use of materials and the openness to coming challenges  in conceptualizing the building-stock of the future.

Foto: Leon Lenk Fotografie
Exhibition “Caring for what already Exists.”

The exhibition of the Assocition of German Architects (BDA) is curated by Olaf Bahner, Matthias Böttger and Laura Holzberg.

Participants:
Katja Fischer, Roland Gruber, Dirk E. Hebel, Jörg Heiler, Ayşin İpekçi, Maria Isabettini, Simon Jüttner, Jan Kampshoff, Kamiel Klaasse, Andreas Krauth, Urs Kumberger, Tabea Michaelis, Peter Nageler, Michael Obrist, Ben Pohl, Eike Roswag-Klinge and Verena Schmidt

Publication
The publication “Caring for what already Exists” is published by JOVIS Verlag and is available at the exhibition.

Publication
The publication “Caring for what already Exists” is published by JOVIS Verlag and is available at the exhibition.

Exhibition design
Marius Busch – ON / OFF and Christian Göthner – lfm2

digital exhibition tour (in German):

More videos (in German) and photos of the exhibition and the publication at: www.bda-bund.de/SorgeumdenBestand

Foto: Leon Lenk Fotografie
Exhibition „Caring for what already Exists”

“Caring for what already Exists. Ten Architectural Strategies” is a project in the research programme “Experimental Housing and Urban Development” of the BMI / BBSR and is financially supported by the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community.

www.bda-bund.de/sorgeumdenbestand