Events in Architecture&Business
In this section of the A&B portal you will find news, reviews, interviews, news about architecture competitions and events, and inspiring stories about its positive impact on the city and the quality of life in it.
This section publishes announcements about domestic and foreign industry competitions, as well as announces the names of the winners and laureates of various awards - for example, The Architectural Award of the POLITYKA Weekly. It's worth visiting regularly, because it has the potential to help accelerate the careers of its readers, and bring them tangible benefits. Of course, probably no award excites like the Pritzker, which is to architecture what the Oscar is to cinema, but it is also worth popularizing the others, such as our native Joanna Mytkowska, who has managed the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw since 2007. The referenced conversation, although the theme of the headquarters is present in it, is primarily about the model of how contemporary museums function as institutions in the context of strategy and program. The story of museums as architectural objects is served by this corner of A&B.
Here you can read about noteworthy interventions in the fabric of the city, as well as get information about dedicated competitions. Here also remains a trace of projects of ephemeral character, which include temporary arrangements of public space for the use of cyclic mass events like MALTA FESTIVAL POZNAŃ.
This column was created with the idea of presenting profiles of talented professionals. It was born out of infatuation with the works of Kapka Kaneva - an illustrator who was willing to accept an invitation from A&B to collaborate, resulting in an original cover for the paperback edition. The result can be admired this.
meetings & exhibitions
A&B keeps its hand on the pulse and if something interesting is happening somewhere, it immediately knows about it and notifies it. Often she initiates many events herself, others she takes patronage over. In any case, she actively supports and promotes valuable projects. Their scale, scope and momentum are not selection criteria. Both those arousing above-average enthusiasm, as well as those intimate, received with poise. In view of this, this part of the portal is a realm of reports on meetings with speakers and presenters whose lives are connected in various ways with architecture, and a cluster of reports on worthy exhibitions, including those devoted to industrial design. After all, architecture and design remain in inseparable symbiosis with each other, and one without the other would fester into an ominous void, reduced to being at most a shelter from the elements.