For Transmediale 2015, Raumlaborberlin have created a hexagon based, spatial structure that occupies both the foyer and exhibition hall.
Building for us is a tool to create mutuality and to initiate engagement with spaces. Participatory build leads to different and often surprising questions and ideas on the concrete spaces, it helps on finding topics that affect the environment of people.
12.03.2015 – 19:00, Discussion
Berlin, Museum Neukölln, Rolf Lautenschläger (Journalist), Dieter Hoffmann-Axthelm (Stadthistoriker), Christof Mayer (raumlaborberlin), Jennifer Bell (Landschaftsplanerin), Moderation: Udo Gößwald.
16.02.2015 – 18:00, Lecture
Hamburg, BDA, Architektur Club, Andrea Hofmann
14.02.2015 – 14:00-19:00, Symposium
Berlin, Haus am Waldsee, Jan Liesegang, Frauke Gerstenberg (raumlaborberlin), Formalhaut, realities:united, plastique fantastique, Michael Najjar
21.01.2015 – 19:00, Lecture
Huston, Museum of Fine Arts, Rice School of Architecture/Rice Design Alliance Spring 2015 Lecture Series, Markus Bader
Leipzig, Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig, Galerie, Benjamin Foerster-Baldenius
27.11.2014, Symposium + Lecture
Köln, Fachhochschule Köln, International School of Design, Andrea Hofmann
raumlaborberlin has been invited to develop the “10éme Parcours d´art contemporain en vallée du Lot” north of Toulouse in July 2015. The project “Lotville” will become the underlying narrative for the parcours – it is raumlabors attempt to reintroduce urban visioning into the world of arts and architecture. Lotville is a contemporary perspective on Europes countryside in relation to urbanity. Lotville will be an exhibition and a set of interventions in the landscape and villages along the river Lot.
An existing informal pedestrian route next to Durban’s busy N3 motorway gets a roof structure made from the gutted shells of old cars, acknowledging the everyday practices of local commuters.