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12-13-2017

Preview – Future Living



 

”How are you living in 2050?” Join the preview for Future Living – and become part of the exhibition - enter the Confession Box and leave your testimony on how you view your everyday life – and the city/the region/the world around you – as you believe it will – or should – be in the year 2050. Future Living is an exhibition which investigates the part architecture will play in the development of sustainable solutions for our future society. What are the challenges that we are facing, and which opportunities do we have for developing a sustainable future – in Central Denmark Region and throughout Europe? 
 

The exhibition will officially open on the 19th of January 2018 – but you can already experience the Preview exhibit. At the preview one of the exhibition´s cases, Gellerup, will be on display. This will give you an insight into the ideas behind the grand restructuration process going on in the area,as well as a look at the model of the ambitious building project which will become the workplace of 950 municipal workers. 
 

You, too, can be part of the exhibition! In the Confession Box you get the chance to become one of many important voices in the public debate by answering the question we will be asking citizens throughout Europe: “How are you living in 2050?” The answers will form part of the exhibition which will travel through Europe in 2018. 

The exhibition Future Living will officially launch on the 19th of January 2018 and will be on display at Dokk1 until the 14th of February 2018. 


Read more about the event and the exhibition
 

When: December 9-21 - 08:00-22:00

Where: Dokk1

Hack Kampmanns Plads 2 

Price: Free

 

 



 

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