White Arkitekter curates architectural exhibition in Munich

Make Sense by White Arkitekter is an exhibition about the architecture of being human. The title is both a memento and an imperative. Making sense is the highest thing to aspire to, and at the same time the least we should do when designing new spaces for living.

Scandinavia is where trees grow old, ideas are young and where the natural environment is a sanctuary. We are a handful of nations powered by democracy and liters of coffee, with a soft spot for middle ground in both rhetoric and mood. This is the origin of White Arkitekter and its values.

Currently media exposes us to both alternative facts and algorithms that feed us “more of the same”. It takes curiosity to get beyond given patterns, modesty to make sense of what you find, and research to structure and communicate new knowledge. This spring in Munich we will show projects and ideas that are “future-proofed” and how we make sense through architecture.

Make sense / White Arkitekter
Architekturgalerie München
April 6th – May 20th, 2017

For more information contact Max Zinnecker at White.

Photo: Henrik Lindvall

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