Fresh architecture in Medium Gallery

NEW stimuli in architecture can be found at Brati-slava's Medium Gallery until Tuesday, October 25, as works by students from the prestigious London's Bartlett School of Architec-ture display the latest trends in contemporary British architecture.

photo: Marjan Colletti

NEW stimuli in architecture can be found at Brati-slava's Medium Gallery until Tuesday, October 25, as works by students from the prestigious London's Bartlett School of Architec-ture display the latest trends in contemporary British architecture.

The Bartlett School has an international reputation as a wellspring of fresh ideas. The exhibited drawings, models, devices, texts, animations and installations feature originality, creativity and innovativeness. Many connect digital, photographic and manual techniques with architecture, art, philosophy, psychology and sociology. Six objects from the exhibition are made of aluminum and plywood and were carved using the special water-ray technique.

The exhibition will arrive in Košice in mid-February.

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