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The exhibition 'Vogadors' comes to the CAUE du Bas-Rhin in Strasbourg

Archit. & design.  Strasbourg,  11/03/2014

The exhibition Vogadors. Jeune architecture catalane et baléare opens to the public on 13th March at the CAUE du Bas-Rhin, Council of Architecture, Urbanism and Environment, and it runs until 25th April. It is a panel exhibition that summarizes the project representing Catalonia and the Balearic Islands presented by the Institut Ramon Llull at the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale, curated by Jordi Badia and Fèlix Arranz




Vogadors. Jeune architecture catalane et baléare opens on 13th March and the official inauguration will take place on the 20th. On the day of the inauguration, Jordi Badia and Meritxell Inaraja, the project’s curator and the show’s collaborating architect respectively, will offer a talk entitled “L’architecture d’aujourd’hui en catalogne et aux baléares”. The discussion will be held at the INSA, the National Institute of Applied Sciences in Strasbourg.

The structure of Vogadors is based on the projects of the Collage House (Girona), by Bosch. Capdeferro Arquitectures; the house in Bunyola (Majorca), by Francisco Cifuentes; the nursery school in Pratdip (Tarragona), by Núria Salvadó and David Tapias; the three sisters’ house (Murcia), by Blancafort-Reus Arquitectura; the renovation of La Seca (Barcelona), by Meritxell Inaraja; the project for Can Ribas (Palma), by Jaime J. Ferrer Forés; the swimming pool, changing rooms and sports hall in Jesús (Tortosa), by Olga Felip and Josep Camps; the enlargement of the Josep Sureda i Blanes secondary school, by SMS Arquitectos; and the School of Art and Design in Amposta (Tarragona), by David Sebastian and Gerard Puig.

The exhibition Vogadors. Jeune architecture catalane et baléare being presented in Strasbourg has the collaboration of the Institut Ramon Llull and the support of the Tricentenari. It is one of the main events in the Tricentenari international programme being promoted by the Government of Catalonia. The events in the international section are a privileged vehicle for promoting the best things about the country abroad: its creative impulse, economic impetus and unquestionable inclusiveness

The exhibition can be visited from 13th March to 25th April

Sponsors of IRL projects

The Institut Ramon Llull

is a consortium that comprises the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), Balearic Islands Government and the Barcelona City Council, and its mission is the promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad.

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