CCP06 | SHARED LIVING SPACES | 20 BCN PROJECTS | TRAVELING EXHIBITION | IT N°18 |i2a | ISTITUTO INTERNAZIONALE DI ARCHITETTURA | OCTOBER 14th-NOVEMBER 18th ’23 | LUGANO | VILLA SAROLI | ROUND TABLE |

CCP06 | IT N°18 | i2a | LUGANO-CH

Opening hours: Oct. 14 to Nov. 18, 2023

Tue – Fri, 1:30 p.m. – 6 p.m., closing day: Monday

Xavier Bustos and Nicola Regusci’s (City Connection Project) new exhibition invites us to discover Barcelona’s shared living spaces through a selection of twenty works of public architecture built in recent years in the area of the Catalan city. The exhibition will be on view from Saturday, October 14 to Saturday, November 18 in the Limonaia of Villa Saroli, Lugano: the program for the opening on the 14th includes a workshop for children, a panel discussion, an aperitif at the exhibition and a concluding convivial moment. The new Call for Action and Call for Pecha Kucha of the Swiss Biennial of Territory 2024 will also be launched on this occasion.

5:30 p.m. “Shared Living Spaces, Cities Connection Project 6 Barcelona” Panel discussion with Inaraja Merixtell, , architect, since 1995 she has run her own firm with which she has carried out restoration work on public and private buildings; she is an associate professor at the University of Girona in the department of architecture; Ira Piattini, architect, co-founder of meyer piattini studio, since 2015 member of the FAS ticino group committee; Marina Pedrazzini, architect, co-founder of Bartke Pedrazzini Architetti studio. Moderator Tiziano Schürch, architect, co-founder studioser architecture

CCP06 | SHARED LIVING SPACES | TRAVELING EXHIBITION | IT N°17 |KAF | KOSOVO ARCHITECTURE FESTIVAL | JULY 6th ’23 | PRISTINA | KINO TEATRE | LECTURES BY CCP TEAM AND JONATHAN HERMANN-STEREO ARCHITEKTUR | SELECTED PROJECT N°08

PUBLIC ATTENDANTS TO THE LECTURES OUTSIDE THE KINO ARMATA
VISIT TO THE NATIONAL LIBRARY
VIEW FROM THE ROOF TPO OF THE LIBRARY | PRISTINA
VISITING THE PALACE OF YOUTH AND SPORTS
TASTING PRISTINA BEER AND RELAXING

CCP06 | SHARED LIVING SPACES | TRAVELING EXHIBITION | IT N°17 |KAF | KOSOVO ARCHITECTURE FESTIVAL | JULY4th – JULY7th ’23 | PRISTINA | 04/07 EXHIBITION OPENING

The Kosovo Architecture Foundation is an award winning & the biggest organization of its kind in the SEE region with an objective to present to the local architecture community and the general public the contemporary global theories and methodologies in the field of architecture and urban planning. Since 2013 KAF organizes the Architecture Festival with more than 40 annual events. In 2016 KAF was the recipient of the prestigious Getty Foundation “Keeping it Modern” grant for the Conservation and Management Plan of the Kosovo National Library and is the founding member of the Future Architecture Platform, the biggest pan-European architecture & design platform.

KAF TeamDirector & Curator: Bekim Ramku
Deputy Director: Nol Binakaj & Rudina Voca
Coordinators: Zana Bokshi, Marigona Derguti,Rina Kasabaqi, Butrint Gercari.

CCP06 | KAF | PRISTINA
XAVIER BUSTOS | BEKIM RAMKU DIRECTOR OF THE KAF | NICOLA REGUSCI
CCP06 | OPENING |JULY 4th
INAUGURATION OF THE EXHIBITION IN PRESENCE IN THE PRESENCE OF THE MAYOR OF PRISTINA, DIRECTOR OF KAF, NICOLA REGUSCI AND XAVIER BUSTOS AND THE SWISS AMBASSADOR LILIANA PESCINI
CCP TEAM
CCP06 | OPENING

CCP06 | SHARED LIVING SPACES | BSL PROJECTS | TRAVELING EXHIBITION | IT N°15 | i2a ISTITUTO INERNAZIONALE DI ARCHITETTURA | FEBRUARY 14th’23 | LUGANO CH | FINISSAGE | LECTURE BY SIMON HARTMANN HHF ARCHITEKTEN

FLYER IT N°15 | CCP06 BSL | i2a LUGANO
CCP06 | BSL PROJECTS | LIMONAIA DI VILLA SAROLI | i2a-LUGANO CH
CCP06 | BSL PROJECTS | LIMONAIA DI VILLA SAROLI | i2a-LUGANO CH

CCP06 | SHARED LIVING SPACES | BSL PROJECTS | TRAVELING EXHIBITION | IT N°15 | i2a ISTITUTO INERNAZIONALE DI ARCHITETTURA | DECEMBER 3rd ’22 – FEBRUARY 14th’ 23 | LUGANO CH | LECTURE BY MIQUEL DEL RIO MIDERI ARCHITEKTEN | OPENING

FLYER IT N°15 | i2a

[ IT ]

Dopo la scoperta di Vilnius come laboratorio per il riuso di edifici e dello spazio pubblico del 2021, Cities Connection Project di Xavier Bustos e Nicola Regusci ci propone di tornare in Svizzera, alla scoperta degli spazi di vita condivisi a Basilea, città dal ricco patrimonio architettonico. L’architettura contemporanea è diventata il segno distintivo della città. “Tuttavia” ci spiegano i curatori della mostra ospitata nella Limonaia di Villa Saroli (Lugano) dal 3 dicembre, “la sua risorsa più importante è il rapporto instaurato tra il suo territorio e i confini. L’area metropolitana di Basilea, con una popolazione di circa un milione di abitanti, è unica per essere una città che abbraccia tre Paesi: Svizzera, Germania e Francia. È una metropoli trinazionale e transfrontaliera unica in Europa.

La condivisione di spazi e attività, così come la diversità dei programmi, sono i punti in comune dei progetti presentati in questa mostra. Viene offerta una panoramica peculiare ad approcci e processi sperimentati dagli architetti che si sono confrontati con il contesto di questa particolare città.  A distanza di due anni, questo tema ha acquisito un’importanza inaspettata nel contesto della crisi sanitaria globale: la pandemia sembra aver cambiato il nostro modo di comunicare e di relazionarci, nonché il nostro stesso sistema di lavoro. Questi spazi di vita condivisi sono oggi più che mai luoghi indispensabili, luoghi che invitano allo scambio tra chi li frequenta.

CCP06 BSL | LIMONAIA VILLA SAROLI | i2a | LUGANO

[ ENG ]

After discovering Vilnius as a laboratory for the reuse of buildings and public space in 2021, Xavier Bustos and Nicola Regusci’s Cities Connection Project proposes that we return to Switzerland, discovering shared living spaces in Basel, a city with a rich architectural heritage. Contemporary architecture has become the city’s hallmark. “However,” explain the curators of the exhibition hosted in the Limonaia of Villa Saroli (Lugano) from Dec. 3, “its most important resource is the relationship established between its territory and its borders. The Basel metropolitan area, with a population of about one million, is unique for being a city that spans three countries-Switzerland, Germany and France. It is a trinational and cross-border metropolis unique in Europe.

The sharing of spaces and activities, as well as the diversity of programs, are the commonalities of the projects presented in this exhibition. A peculiar overview is offered to approaches and processes pioneered by architects who have confronted the context of this particular city. Two years later, this theme has gained unexpected importance in the context of the global health crisis: the pandemic seems to have changed the way we communicate and relate, as well as our very system of work. These shared living spaces are now more than ever indispensable places, places that invite exchange among those who frequent them.

CCP06 BSL | LIMONAIA VILLA SAROLI | i2a | LUGANO
LECTURE BY MIQUEL DEL RIO | MIDERI ARCHITEKTEN
FONDUE AT VILLA SAROLI PARK | i2a | LUGANO

CCP06 | SHARED LIVING SPACES | BWA-BSL-BCN | 3rd EVENT | BARCELONA | DAY 2.2 | OCTOBER 28 | DEBATE AT MIES PAVILION AND COCKTAIL

Debates at the Pavilion – Cities Connection Project

The Fundació Mies van der Rohe and Cities Connection Project invite you to participate in a meeting to discuss the architecture of Wallonia-Brussels, Barcelona and Basel and their connections.

Shared spaces, which have gained special importance in recent times, is the theme chosen for the CCP06 edition. The sharing of spaces and activities, and the diversity of the architectures that make it possible, is illustrated by the projects that were also displayed at COAC from October 27 to November 24.

DEBATE AT THE MIES PAVILION | MODERATOR | IVAN BLASI
DEBATE AT THE MIES PAVILION | MODERATOR | IVAN BLASI
CCP DEBATE | MIES PAVILION
CCP COCKTAIL AT MIES PAVILION
CCP COCKTAIL AT MIES PAVILION
CCP COCKTAIL AT MIES PAVILION

CCP06 | SHARED LIVING SPACES | BWA-BSL-BCN | 3rd EVENT | BARCELONA | DAY 2.1 | OCTOBER 28 | ARCHITOUR

NAU IVANOW | SELECTED PROJECT N°09 | TERRACE
LA COMUNAL | SELECTED PROJECT N°16 | LA COL ARQUITECTURA COOPERATIVA
LA COMUNAL | SELECTED PROJECT N°16 | LA COL ARQUITECTURA COOPERATIVA
SOCIAL HOUSING | SELECTED PROJECT N°07 | PERIS+TORAL ARQUITECTES