The Nordic Council of Ministers’ Office in Latvia invites to the Nordic Stories’ monthly Thursday event: "Conceptual architecture. What’s that?"
Quoting the main guest of this Thursday’s event, architect Miķelis Putrāms: "Sometimes I get the impression that in Latvia [conceptual architecture] is perceived inadequately. I personally think [in architecture] there is no other way, but maybe the idea of concept is not necessary...?”The issue will be discussed during the Nordic Stories’ Thursday on 29 April at 17:30. Venue remains the same: the Nordic Council of Ministers’ Office, 13/3 Marijas Str, Bergs bazaar.
The main speakers of the event are the co-founder of MADE arhitekti, architect Miķelis Putrāms, and journalist Kristīne Budže.
The role of concept in architecture will be visualised and explained with the help of concrete examples – projects implemented by M. Putrāms himself and his architects’ bureau MADE arhitekti. He will also speak about his experience while working for the B.I.G. project – Bjarke Ingels Group incorporating 85 specialists of architecture, design and construction spheres.
The event will be held in Latvian.
For inspiration, watch Bjarke Ingels's presentation about the "stories behind the architecture":
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