Finally, the pandemic has receded just enough for in-person events to run safely again, and there’s never been a better excuse to attend the best architecture and design festivals near you. In October, international architects, designers, artists and innovators gather in cities around the world to showcase exciting new concepts and discuss how their work can help shape the future. Find out details about Archtober in New York, Seoul Design 2022, Dutch Design Week, and more.
October 1 to 31
The New York City Festival of Architecture returns for its 12th year, featuring talks, citywide exhibits, and “Building the Day,” a series of tours led by architects. This year, Archtober is also celebrating the reopening of the city and the ability to host in-person events. Highlights include “Grand Designs: Architecture in Green-Wood,” exploring the monuments and mausoleums of Green-Wood Cemetery; “Pumpkitecture”, a pumpkin carving competition between architects; “Border Crossings: Architecture and Migration in the Americas,” a lecture series from the CCNY Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture; and “Life Between Buildings” from the Museum of Modern Art, an exploration of how artists have invested the interstitial spaces of the city.
September 7 – November 20
With the theme “Edible; Or, the Architecture of Metabolism”, the 6th Tallinn Architecture Biennale (TAB) invites the public to reflect on the relationship between food and architecture, and to reimagine how our planet’s food systems might work with the ability of architecture to carry out metabolic processes. Held at the Museum of Estonian Architecture, the festival will consist of five main events: a curatorial exhibition, a two-day symposium, an installation program and an exhibition of international schools of architecture.
September 22 – November 13
Under the theme “It’s time”, the 10th edition of the Rotterdam Architecture Biennale will present a former gas storage facility in the western port area of the city. “IIt was time alludes to the growing pressure of time: if we want to counteract the consequences climate change, we must act quickly! The title also focuses on time and speed as crucial factors in the work processes of architecture and spatial design. Thus, the Rotterdam Architecture Biennale draws attention to social themes: It’s About Time calls on the profession to work effectively on pressing socio-ecological issues.
October 19 – November 2
Organized by the Seoul Design Foundation and taking place at Dongdaemun Design Plaza by Zaha Hadid Architects, this design event will feature exhibitions, design forums and a design marketplace providing a global platform for rising star designers and established international designers. to discuss the present and the future. Design.
October 20 to 24
The 27th edition of the international design platform Biennale Interior will be held in Kortrijk in Belgium, providing a rhythm where emerging talents and established brands can mix, and where visitors can be inspired. The description of the event reads: “In a busy and ever-changing world, INTERIEUR makes a statement by boldly embracing imaginative quality, local connections and enduring relationships. The Biennale Interieur brings together brands and talents, exploring meaningful responses in the field of design and interior, life, work and leisure.
October 21 to 30
Showcasing art, design, interior design and fashion, Designart Tokyo will explore the theme “Together” and include a new “green innovation” exhibition bringing together furniture and artwork from young designers, artists and makers. based on the event “sustainability x technology” concept.
October 22 to 30
The theme for this year’s Dutch Design Week is ‘Get Set’, highlighting a shift in mindset from preparation to action. Northern Europe’s largest design event will bring together more than 2,600 designers to present the latest innovations through exhibitions, networking events, conferences, award ceremonies and debates. Held at various venues in Eindhoven, DDW aims to show how designers around the world are helping to shape a positive future. More than 350,000 visitors are expected.
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