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SCHÖN HIER

Architektur auf dem Land

27. März – 22. April 2023

The exhibition will be extended beyond November 27, 2022 until April 2, 2023, but without the delicate original models due to weather conditions. The Hessenpark Open-Air Museum will be open from November 1, 2022 to February 28, 2023 only on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 10 am to 5 pm. We ask you to take this into account.

RURAL REGIONS AND THEIR ARCHITECTURE ARE PAID TOO SCANT ATTENTION. THAT IS SOMETHING THIS EXHIBITION AIMS TO CHANGE, WITH A WEALTH OF CURRENT BUILDINGS DEMONSTRATING THE QUALITIES TO BE DISCOVERED
HERE AND SHOWING THAT ARCHITECTURE CAN CONTRIBUTE A GREAT DEAL TO GOOD LIVING IN THE COUNTRY.

“The whole world is talking about the process of urbanization and that in future half of humanity will live in cities. I’m interested in the other half.” – Sami Rintala, Finnish architect Rural areas are gaining more and more attention as places to live. They are places to live and work. They need a contemporary technical, social and structural infrastructure. 70 outstanding buildings – from residential houses and barn conversions to farmsteads, inns, workshops, wineries, sports facilities and public buildings – show the diverse contributions architecture can make to a good life in rural areas.

Geographically, they are mainly concentrated in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, but are also located in neighbouring European countries. They are described by their inhabitants and builders or their architects. This results in a variety of approaches from the point of view of mayors and winegrowers, a library director, the head of a kindergarten, an entrepreneur and many others. In addition, we visited the Black Forest and Thuringia and the two towns of Krumbach in Austria and Valendas in Switzerland, which have driven their overall development in a special way. The often different situations of the municipalities become clear.

The financing is also discussed – from private to public funds. Private individuals and entire municipalities are therefore addressed, regardless of their budget.

We will also show new sustainable developments and the combination of the traditional and the contemporary. A lot of space is given to the conversion and renovation of buildings. We would like to draw attention to large and very small projects that may inspire further projects. It is an invitation to learn from the country.

Exhibition venue
With this exhibition, Deutsches Architekturmuseum is guesting at the Hessenpark Open Air Museum in Neu-Anspach. As befits the theme, the show will take place in a restored barn dating from 1742 and originally located in the Emstal Sand community. Following its stay in Neu-Anspach, the exhibition will move on to numerous other venues.

Funding
The project is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture.
An exhibition of the DAM in cooperation with the Freilichtmuseum Hessenpark, with the kind support of the Bundesstiftung Baukultur.

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Architekturführer Deutschland 2022

SCHÖN HIER.ARCHITEKTUR AUF DEM LAND

Hrsg.: Annette Becker, Stefanie Lampe, Lessano Negussie, Peter Cachola Schmal
Hatje Cantz, Berlin
deutsch
Integralbindung (Flexcover), Format 22 x 28 cm
336 Seiten mit 550 farbigen Abbildungen

ISBN 978-3-7757-5150-6

Im Museumsshop erhältlich für 29,90 EUR,

im Buchhandel erhältlich für 40,- EUR.

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Start:
27. March
End:
22. April 2023
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Freilichtmuseum Hessenpark
Laubweg 5
Neu-Anspach, Hessen 61267 Deutschland
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