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Sunday

26 January


Family Sunday: Flying concrete

12:00  


Come cast your own concrete panel and see if you can lift it with our crane. This event includes a guided tour of the exhibition Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World, as well as the possibility to build your own creations.

Tickets to Family Sundays are free but limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Pick up tickets at the information desk on the same day. No pre-registration. First come, first served. From 5 years.


Sunday

26 January


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  In Swedish


Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World tells of the time when a concrete panel soaring across the sky symbolised the future and embodied dreams of a better world. The exhibition also tells of the concrete panel systems in contemporary architecture.

Free admission. No pre-registration. In Swedish.


Tuesday

28 January


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  In Swedish


Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World tells of the time when a concrete panel soaring across the sky symbolised the future and embodied dreams of a better world. The exhibition also tells of the concrete panel systems in contemporary architecture.

Free admission. No pre-registration. In Swedish.


Thursday

30 January


Stockholm´s building permit drawings 1713-1978

17:30  Stadsarkivet Liljeholmen


Discover the map- and drawing archive at Stadsarkivet Liljeholmskajen. Here you find the city's building permit drawings 1713-1978, which in year 2011 was named a UNESCO World Heritage. See the drawings that formed the basis for the concrete buildings in Stockholm and other exciting drawing objects from different centuries.

Read more about the lecture and book tickets here
https://stadsarkivet.stockholm.se/kalender/2020/01/30/stockholms-bygglovsritningar-1713-1978/

The lecture is linked to ArkDes´ exhibition Flying Panels (18 Oct- 1 March)


Sunday

2 February


Family Sunday: Flying concrete

12:00  


Come cast your own concrete panel and see if you can lift it with our crane. This event includes a guided tour of the exhibition Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World, as well as the possibility to build your own creations.

Tickets to Family Sundays are free but limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Pick up tickets at the information desk on the same day. No pre-registration. First come, first served. From 5 years.


Sunday

2 February


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  In Swedish


Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World tells of the time when a concrete panel soaring across the sky symbolised the future and embodied dreams of a better world. The exhibition also tells of the concrete panel systems in contemporary architecture.

Free admission. No pre-registration. In Swedish.


Tuesday

4 February


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  In Swedish


Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World tells of the time when a concrete panel soaring across the sky symbolised the future and embodied dreams of a better world. The exhibition also tells of the concrete panel systems in contemporary architecture.

Free admission. No pre-registration. In Swedish.


Saturday

8 February


Guided tour of Filmhuset

13:00  Bio Victor, Filmhuset


Gear up for a film screening and a guided tour by Jan Göransson, Filmhuset’s Head of Press, who will talk about and present Filmhuset.

The tour will last for approximately 40 minutes and is free of charge, but tickets are required. Participants are limited to 60 and tickets can be collected at Cinemateket’s ticket office on Saturday 8 February starting at 12.30.


Saturday

8 February


Concrete on film: Two or Three Things I Know About Her + The Building: A Journey Within Four Walls

14:00  Bio Victor, Filmhuset


Semantics and housewives who double as prostitutes in Jean-Luc Godard’s Two or Three Things I Know about Her, a study of the new, concrete-clad Paris. Huset: en resa inom fyra väggar features Filmhuset, the building designed by architect Peter Celsing for Swedish Film Institute, shown in a one long, playful take.

The screening takes place in collaboration with ArkDes and begins with a conversation between Stefan Ramstedt, Programmer, Swedish Film Institute, and Carlos Mínguez Carrasco, Senior Curator at ArkDes and Curator of the exhibition Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World,” which runs until March 1. The conversation is in English.

Two or Three Things I Know about Her, directed by Jean-Luc Godard and featuring: Marina Vlady, Anny Duperey, Roger Montsoret, 1967. 35 mm. 1 hour 27 min. Language: French with Swedish subtitles. From 15 years

Huset: en resa inom fyra väggar, directed by Per Seth. 35 mm. 20 min, Language Swedish with Swedish subtitles. From 15 years.

Book your seat here.


Sunday

9 February


Family Sunday: Flying concrete

12:00  


Come cast your own concrete panel and see if you can lift it with our crane. This event includes a guided tour of the exhibition Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World, as well as the possibility to build your own creations.

Tickets to Family Sundays are free but limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Pick up tickets at the information desk on the same day. No pre-registration. First come, first served. From 5 years.


Sunday

9 February


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  In Swedish


Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World tells of the time when a concrete panel soaring across the sky symbolised the future and embodied dreams of a better world. The exhibition also tells of the concrete panel systems in contemporary architecture.

Free admission. No pre-registration. In Swedish.


Tuesday

11 February


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  In Swedish


Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World tells of the time when a concrete panel soaring across the sky symbolised the future and embodied dreams of a better world. The exhibition also tells of the concrete panel systems in contemporary architecture.

Free admission. No pre-registration. In Swedish.


Friday

14 February


New Municipalism: Reinventing Public Planning

18:00  


Over the last few decades, architects, urbanists and planners in the UK have seen a realignment of their scope from public service to private interests. In 1976, 49% of architects in the UK worked in the public sector. Today, it is less than 1%.

This paradigm shift in the purpose of built environment professions has had a profund impact on the quality, and equality, of everyday places. The effects are being felt on the ground through a crisis in the availability of affordable housing, rising spatial inequality, and unsustainable forms of development. The lack of a licence to work in the public interest has also limited the agency of architects, urbanists and planners to work beyond the constraints of commercial briefs, or contractual terms.

More recently, it has become increasingly apparent that national government and the private market have been incapable of stepping up to tackle the scale of the crises facing the UK in terms of housing, inequality and the climate. Hope, action and innovation are coming from a less likely source: local government. Public Practice is part of a growing movement of New Municipalism that is reinventing how local authorities work with communities, and shape the future of places. Finn Williams will present Public Practice’s instrumental role in rebuilding the public sector’s capacity to plan proactively. He will discuss how architects, urbanists and planners are forging new ways of working in the public interest, and what the potential implications are for the future of the built environment sector.

In collaboration with Stockholms Arkitektförening.


Sunday

16 February


Family Sunday: Flying concrete

12:00  


Come cast your own concrete panel and see if you can lift it with our crane. This event includes a guided tour of the exhibition Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World, as well as the possibility to build your own creations.

Tickets to Family Sundays are free but limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Pick up tickets at the information desk on the same day. No pre-registration. First come, first served. From 5 years.


Sunday

16 February


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  In Swedish


Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World tells of the time when a concrete panel soaring across the sky symbolised the future and embodied dreams of a better world. The exhibition also tells of the concrete panel systems in contemporary architecture.

Free admission. No pre-registration. In Swedish.


Tuesday

18 February


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  In Swedish


Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World tells of the time when a concrete panel soaring across the sky symbolised the future and embodied dreams of a better world. The exhibition also tells of the concrete panel systems in contemporary architecture.

Free admission. No pre-registration. In Swedish.


Sunday

23 February


Family Sunday: Flying concrete

12:00  


Come cast your own concrete panel and see if you can lift it with our crane. This event includes a guided tour of the exhibition Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World, as well as the possibility to build your own creations.

Tickets to Family Sundays are free but limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Pick up tickets at the information desk on the same day. No pre-registration. First come, first served. From 5 years.


Sunday

23 February


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  In Swedish


Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World tells of the time when a concrete panel soaring across the sky symbolised the future and embodied dreams of a better world. The exhibition also tells of the concrete panel systems in contemporary architecture.

Free admission. No pre-registration. In Swedish.


Tuesday

25 February


February half term: Flying cities

13:00  


Create flying cities in Studio ArkDes! This event includes a guided tour of the exhibition Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World, as well as the possibility to build your own creations.

Tickets to Family Sundays are free but limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Pick up tickets at the information desk on the same day. No pre-registration. First come, first served. From 4 years.


Tuesday

25 February


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  In Swedish


Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World tells of the time when a concrete panel soaring across the sky symbolised the future and embodied dreams of a better world. The exhibition also tells of the concrete panel systems in contemporary architecture.

Free admission. No pre-registration. In Swedish.


Wednesday

26 February


February half term: Flying cities

13:00  


Create flying cities in Studio ArkDes! This event includes a guided tour of the exhibition Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World, as well as the possibility to build your own creations.

Tickets to Family Sundays are free but limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Pick up tickets at the information desk on the same day. No pre-registration. First come, first served. From 4 years.


Thursday

27 February


February half term: Flying cities

13:00  


Create flying cities in Studio ArkDes! This event includes a guided tour of the exhibition Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World, as well as the possibility to build your own creations.

Tickets to Family Sundays are free but limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Pick up tickets at the information desk on the same day. No pre-registration. First come, first served. From 4 years.


Friday

28 February


February half term: Flying cities

13:00  


Create flying cities in Studio ArkDes! This event includes a guided tour of the exhibition Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World, as well as the possibility to build your own creations.

Tickets to Family Sundays are free but limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Pick up tickets at the information desk on the same day. No pre-registration. First come, first served. From 4 years.


Saturday

29 February


February half term: Flying cities

13:00  


Create flying cities in Studio ArkDes! This event includes a guided tour of the exhibition Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World, as well as the possibility to build your own creations.

Tickets to Family Sundays are free but limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Pick up tickets at the information desk on the same day. No pre-registration. First come, first served. From 4 years.


Sunday

1 March


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  In Swedish


Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World tells of the time when a concrete panel soaring across the sky symbolised the future and embodied dreams of a better world. The exhibition also tells of the concrete panel systems in contemporary architecture.

Free admission. No pre-registration. In Swedish.

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Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 10–20
Wednesday: 10–18
Thursday: 10–18
Friday: 10–20
Saturday: 11–18
Sunday: 11–18

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