Cities are full of stories—simultaneous, contradictory, overlapping, and inextricably connected. Living the City tells over fifty stories from architecture, art, and city planning projects in the main hall of the former Berlin-Tempelhof Airport. The National Urban Development Policy exhibition shows processes and opportunities for action in cities across Europe.
Due to the current infection regulation of Berlin, the exhibition will close on November 2. But Living the City can still be experienced—with a virtual city collage, guided film tours and project recommendations by the curatorial team, as well as recordings and digital events from the supporting program.
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ZUS, Ossip van Duivenbode; Stijn Bollaert; Lacaton & Vassal, Philippe Ruault; Torhaus; Agència d’Ecologia Urbana de Barcelona; Bêka & Lemoine, Homo Urbanus; morePlatz, Sebastian Mölleken; Nicola Zolin; Fair Building; Superflex; We Are City Plaza, Claude Somot & Xiaofu Wang, Jack (Wizzel B), Zhenos; Jan Dirk van der Burg; ateliermob + Colectivo Warehouse, Fernando Guerra