“Architects at Play” is the result of a research on architectural play and imagination, built experiences and mythological narratives. The exhibition introduces the encounter between two figures: that of the architect and that of the child, and explores a series of worlds imagined through their interaction. These worlds and the mechanisms of invention that they summon are at the heart of the exhibition, where the playgrounds of children and those of architects, artists and designers collide.
“Architects at Play” is an exhibition of the CIVA (Brussels) reimagined by the Sicli Pavilion Foundation that will be on display in Geneva from April 28.
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