Architects, not Architecture
Every architect knows famous buildings – but do you know the people, who design and build them? Who are they and how did they become what they are today? Discover it at the new lecture series ‘Architects, not Architecture.’
Come to the Queen’s Hall in the Royal Library and meet Kim Herforth Nielsen, Tatiana Bilbao and Louis Becker.
They are allowed to talk about anything but their work.
In the past three years the event ‘Architects, not Architects’ ran successfully in Germany and inspired hundreds of architects in various cities. Now it comes to Denmark, Copenhagen. Fermín Tribaldos, Spanish architect and initiator of ‘Architects, not Architecture’ says: “The concept is always the same. The three guest speakers have twenty minutes each to talk about their ideas of architecture and (professional) biography as well as their personal visions and goals. But they are not allowed to talk about any of their projects.”
In Copenhagen two Danish architects and one Mexican architect will share their ideas and background with us. All three are experienced professionals, who build award winning projects around the world.
Kim Herforth Nielsen, Founder and Creative Director at 3XN Architects, www.3xn.com.
Tatiana Bilbao, Founder of Tatiana Bilbao Estudio, www.tatianabilbao.com.
Louis Becker, Design Principal and partner at Henning Larsen, www.henninglarsen.com.
The event will be held in English.
6 pm Doors open and get together
7 pm – 7:15 pm Introductions
7:15 pm – 8:45 pm Lectures (20min per person followed by 10min interview)
8:45 pm – 9:15 pm Open question time
9:30 pm – 11 pm Get together
Further info and tickets:
The Queen’s Hall
The Royal Library
Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1
1221 København K