Lecture by Prof. Dr.-Ing. h.c. HG Merz

 

On 21 March at 7 pm, Prof. Dr.-Ing. h.c. HG Merz, founder and Managing Director of hg merz architects (Stuttgart), will open the lecture series of this year's aac spring workshop "Japanisches Palais. The Art Cabinet as a Working Collection" under the guidance of Meinhard von Gerkan and

Stephan Schütz. The event is free of charge. Pre-registration is kindly requested.

 

Date
Thursday, 21 March at 7 pm

Venue
Campus Rainvilleterrasse
Rainvilleterrasse 4 (GF)
22765 Hamburg

For more information & registration visit
bit.ly/2F3Y6dC

The event is free of charge.
Pre-registration is kindly requested.

The spring workshop of the Academy for Architectural Culture is dedicated to the development of designs for a redesign and reorientation of the "Japanisches Palais" in Dresden. The Japanisches Palais is the last large museum in Dresden that has not yet been renovated. Previously a rather introverted palace building, its opening to a future-relevant exhibition building is imminent. With its central location on the northern bank of the Elbe, in direct view of the Zwinger and the Semperoper, it is a significant building block in the important museum landscape of Dresden.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. h.c. HG Merz, founder and Managing Director of hg merz architects, opens the lecture series of this year's aac spring workshop "Japanisches Palais. The Art Cabinet as a Working Collection" on 21 March at 7 pm.

The lecture will be followed by a talk by Antonio Cruz, founder of Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos (Seville), at 8 pm.

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