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Cruising Pavilion
Architecture, Gay Sex and Cruising Culture

21 September - 10 November

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Exercisplan 4
Skeppsholmen
Stockholm

+46 8-520 235 00
info@arkdes.se

Opening hours

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

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Architecture in Sweden: Free admission

 

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Friday

20 September


Vernissage! Cruising Pavilion: Architecture, Gay Sex and Cruising Culture

17:00  Admission free.


Presenting the many facets of cruising culture through the work of international architects, designers and artists, Cruising Pavilion: Architecture, Gay Sex and Cruising Culture explores a sexual and spatial practice that spans historical and contemporary culture. Cruising is at once revealed as a resistance, an avant-garde and a vernacular, with an active relevance in and beyond LGTBQ+ circles.

Program
17.00-17.45:
Discussion: The Architecture of Cruising
with Michael Bullock (moderator), Pierre-Alexandre Mateos (curator), Rasmus Myrup (curator), Octave Perrault (curator), Charles Teyssou (curator) och James Taylor-Foster (Curator of Contemporary Architecture and Design, ArkDes) in Auditoriet (the conversation will be in English)

Due to limited capacity, please register for the discussion

18.00-18.15: Inauguration of the exhibition in Boxen (registration not required)

19.00-22.00: Set by DJ Dgeral and bar in Café Blom

Vernissage! on Facebook

Cruising Pavilion at ArkDes is a curatorial project by Pierre-Alexandre Mateos, Rasmus Myrup, Octave Perrault, and Charles Teyssou with James Taylor-Foster.

This exhibition features works of an explicit nature and is not recommended for those under the age of 15.


Sunday

22 September


Family Sunday: Build high!

12:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 


Sunday

22 September


Architecture in Sweden: guided tour

14:00  


Explore a thousand years of Swedish architecture! A guided tour of the exhibition Architecture in Sweden, a display of how Swedish architecture and cities have developed over the last millennium.
In Swedish.


Tuesday

24 September


Architecture in Sweden: guided tour

17:00  


Explore a thousand years of Swedish architecture! A guided tour of the exhibition Architecture in Sweden, a display of how Swedish architecture and cities have developed over the last millennium.
In Swedish.


Friday

27 September


From Toilets to Tablets: Cruising Through Time

17:00  Admission free. In English.


Cinema Queer in collaboration with ArkDes proudly presents an evening in the footpaths of cruising with a curated selection of short films in the garden on Skeppsholmen, a panel discussion addressing cruising as an act of resistance, and guided tour with James Taylor-Foster of the exhibition Cruising Pavilion: Architecture, Gay Sex and Cruising Culture in Boxen at ArkDes.

Since the dawn of time, queers have hooked up for sex in all corners of society: in parks, alleys, on beaches and toilets, in clubs and in basements. With two short film programmes Cinema Queer makes space for some of these stories – some true, and some fiction. In From Toilets to Tablets: Cruising Through Time we present the raunchy, the tender, the political, the naked, the power and the resistance that is inherent in cruising.

Program
17:00 Curator’s Tour of Cruising Pavilion: Architecture, Gay Sex and Cruising Culture with James Taylor-Foster

18:45 Panel Discussion: Cruising as an Act of Resistance (panelists will be announced soon)
19:30 Film Program Part 1: The Sweet Sense of Desire
20:30 Film Program Part 2: In the Darkest of Alleys
Bar & DJ in Café Blom until 22:00

This event is a collaboration with Cinema Queer.

View the full Cinema Queer film program
From Toilets to Tablets on Facebook


Sunday

29 September


Family Sunday: Build high!

12:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 


Sunday

29 September


Architecture in Sweden: guided tour

14:00  


Explore a thousand years of Swedish architecture! A guided tour of the exhibition Architecture in Sweden, a display of how Swedish architecture and cities have developed over the last millennium.
In Swedish.


Tuesday

1 October


Architecture in Sweden: guided tour

17:00  


Explore a thousand years of Swedish architecture! A guided tour of the exhibition Architecture in Sweden, a display of how Swedish architecture and cities have developed over the last millennium.
In Swedish.


Tuesday

1 October


Neues Bauen demanded new interiors

18:00  ArkDes library. Free entry. In Swedish.


Kerstin Wickman, journalist, writer and professor emerita in design and craft history, talks with Jonas Olsson, design specialist at ArkDes, about the Bauhaus’s influence on the teaching of design in Sweden. Kerstin Wickman has studied previously overlooked contacts that show how ideas originating from the Bauhaus influenced the design discourse in Sweden.


Sunday

6 October


Open House Stockholm: Lådan

11:00  Rörby gård, Ekerö


During Open House Stockholm the general public are invited to Ralph Erskine’s Lådan on Lovön.

Ralph and Ruth Erskine’s first home in Sweden is a 20-square-metre house full of ingenious designs. The house, known as Lådan (The box) was moved to Lovön island in 1989 and is now open to the public.

Finding Lådan: Bus 323 from Brommaplan to Rörby gård. Follow signs to Lådan from there.

Open House 11.00–16.00.


Sunday

6 October


Family Sunday: Build high!

12:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 


Sunday

6 October


Architecture in Sweden: guided tour

14:00  


Explore a thousand years of Swedish architecture! A guided tour of the exhibition Architecture in Sweden, a display of how Swedish architecture and cities have developed over the last millennium.
In Swedish.


Tuesday

8 October


Architecture in Sweden: guided tour

17:00  


Explore a thousand years of Swedish architecture! A guided tour of the exhibition Architecture in Sweden, a display of how Swedish architecture and cities have developed over the last millennium.
In Swedish.


Friday

11 October


Curator’s Tour: Cruising Pavilion

17:00  Admission free. In English.


Join James Taylor-Foster, Curator of Contemporary Architecture and Design at ArkDes, for a guided tour of the exhibition Cruising Pavilion: Architecture, Gay Sex and Cruising Culture.

Presenting the many facets of cruising culture through the work of international architects, designers and artists, Cruising Pavilion explores a sexual and spatial practice that spans historical and contemporary culture. The exhibition presents cruising as the producer of a non-hetero architecture that closely mirrors the patriarchal nature of the built environment.


Sunday

13 October


Family Sunday: Build high!

12:00  


Build high towers in our studio! In a family presentation in Architecture in Sweden, you pick up building tips and an insight into how people have tried to build high, stable buildings down the ages.

People have long been striving to be able to build as high as possible. Children and adults are welcome to work together to build high using thin paper tubes and hot-melt adhesive in our studio. Feel free to put whatever you build to the ultimate strength test: by taking it home with you.

Free tickets are available from the information desk when the museum opens. Be in time so you don’t miss the presentation! Limited availability. From age of 4.

 


Sunday

13 October


Architecture in Sweden: guided tour

14:00  


Explore a thousand years of Swedish architecture! A guided tour of the exhibition Architecture in Sweden, a display of how Swedish architecture and cities have developed over the last millennium.
In Swedish.


Tuesday

15 October


Architecture in Sweden: guided tour

17:00  


Explore a thousand years of Swedish architecture! A guided tour of the exhibition Architecture in Sweden, a display of how Swedish architecture and cities have developed over the last millennium.
In Swedish.


Friday

18 October


Flying Panels – How Concrete Panels Changed the World

17:30  Auditorium


The Flying Panels exhibition tells of the time when a concrete panel hovering in the air symbolised faith in the future and embodied dreams of a better world. Meet exhibition curators Pedro Ignacio Alonso and Hugo Palmarola, who talk about the fascinating research process behind the exhibition. Also taking part: Adrian Forty, Emeritus Professor of Architectural History, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, architect and historian Natalya Solopova, Erik Stenberg, architect and Associate Professor in Architecture at the Royal Institute of Technology School of Architecture and the Built Environment, and Jennifer Mack, Associate Professor at the Royal Institute of Technology School of Architecture, all of whom have contributed to the book Flying Panels.

Free admission. In English.


Sunday

20 October


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 4 years.


Sunday

20 October


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

22 October


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


Sunday

27 October


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 4 years.


Sunday

27 October


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

29 October


Autumn Break: 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

29 October


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


Wednesday

30 October


Autumn Break: 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

31 October


Autumn Break: 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

1 November


Autumn Break: 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

2 November


Autumn Break: 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

3 November


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 4 years.


Sunday

3 November


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

5 November


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


Tuesday

5 November


ACCEPTERA – a Swedish manifesto?

18:00  Aula at ArkDes. Free entry. In English.


Acceptera (”Accept”), the book from 1931 that is regarded as the manifesto and “call to arms” of Swedish functionalism, has recently been published in a German edition, translated and annotated by the architectural historian Atli Seelow. We have assembled a panel of experts to discuss how Acceptera relates to the Bauhaus and German intellectual culture of the early 20th century.

Participants
Helena Kåberg, PhD and curator at Nationalmuseum, is one of the editors of the English translation of Acceptera, published in Modern Swedish Design: Three Founding Texts (The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2008).

Atli Magnus Seelow, Dr.-Ing., architect and architectural historian, docent at Chalmers and the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, has annotated and translated Acceptera to German – Akzeptiere. Das Buch und seine Geschichte (FAU University Press, Erlangen, 2018).

Sven-Olov Wallenstein, professor of philosophy at Södertörn University and co-author with Helena Mattsson of the book 1930/31 Den svenska modernismen vid vägskälet (“1930/31 Swedish Modernism at the Crossroads,” Axl Books, Stockholm, 2009), about the construction and uniqueness of Swedish modernism.


Sunday

10 November


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 4 years.


Sunday

10 November


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

12 November


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


Sunday

17 November


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 4 years.


Sunday

17 November


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

19 November


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


Sunday

24 November


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 4 years.


Sunday

24 November


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

26 November


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


Sunday

1 December


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 4 years.


Sunday

1 December


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

3 December


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


Sunday

8 December


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 4 years.


Sunday

8 December


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

10 December


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


Sunday

15 December


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 4 years.


Sunday

15 December


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

17 December


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


Sunday

22 December


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 4 years.


Sunday

22 December


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Sunday

29 December


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 4 years.


Sunday

29 December


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Sunday

5 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 4 years.


Sunday

5 January


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

7 January


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


Sunday

12 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 4 years.


Sunday

12 January


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

14 January


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


Sunday

19 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 4 years.


Sunday

19 January


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

21 January


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


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 4 years.


Sunday

26 January


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

28 January


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


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 4 years.


Sunday

2 February


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

4 February


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


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 4 years.


Sunday

9 February


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

11 February


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


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 4 years.


Sunday

16 February


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


Tuesday

18 February


Guided tour: Flying Panels

17:00  


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.


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 4 years.


Sunday

23 February


Guided tour: Flying Panels

14:00  


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.


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  


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.


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  


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.

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