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Trip

Expo Hannover

Architecture and Recuperation

The first trip is the virtual world of the Hanover Expo. What is the future of mankind? The second trip is the real journey through the Ruhr region, which gives a real picture of what “recovery” for the architecture can do.

Programme

D1

Duisburg
Städtebau – Norman Foster
Garten der Erinnerungen – Dani Karavan
Joodse synagoge – Zvi Hecker
Hafenforum – Norman Foster
Küppersmühle – Herzog & de Meuron, 1999
Wohnen am Innenhafen, Auer & Weber, 1998
Telmatic center – Norman Foster, 1993
Business promotion center, 1993

Celle

D2

Expo 2000 Hannover
Pavilion Switzerland – Peter Zumthor, 2000
Pavilion Japan – Shigura Ban, 2000
Pavilion Netherlands – MVDRV, 2000
Pavilion Portugal – Alvaro Siza, 2000
Pavilion Belgium – Planning & René Greisch, 2000
Installations Expo 2000, Toyo Ito & Jean Nouvel
Messe, theme Mobility – Jean Nouvel, 2000
Messe, theme Medcine – Toyo Ito, 2000
Messe, Planet of visions – François Schuiten, 2000
Messe, Basic needs – Rajeev Seethi, 2000

Hannover
park Herrenhausen, 17th
City center – Georg Laves

D3

Osnabrück
Museum Felix Nussbaum – Daniel Libeskind, 1998

Recklingen
Theater Ruhrfestspielhaus, 1965+1998

Mont-Cenis
Academie
Powerhouse Herne-Sodingen – Jourda & Perraudin

Gelsenkirchen
Foyer & dienstengebouw mijn
schacht XII, Zeche Zollverein
Museum Industrial design – Norman Foster