LAND MARKS: Structures for a Poetic Universe Study Day

  • Sat 18 April 2015

An exhibition of architectural studies and models exploring the boundaries between sculpture and architecture and the power of structures to transform the landscape and the city into poetic environments – ranging from a Rococo fountain to a ‘living-capsule’ for the electronic age. Drawing primarily from a private collection, the exhibition displays more than 100 examples of architecture as sculpture, from the work of form-givers like Le Corbusier and Frank Lloyd Wright to such conceptual projects as an ideal Renaissance fortress and Superstudio’s Continuous Monument. This exhibition is curated by Markus Lähteenmäki and Nicholas Olsberg. For this special study day aimed at BA or MA Architecture students and their tutors, there will be an opportunity to visit the exhibition, meet the curators and take part in a discussion on the themes raised by Land Marks: Structures for a Poetic Universe. This event is free but booking is essential as there are limited places. Please e-mail: for further information.

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