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Sustainable Rotterdam

The city is re-inventing itself

Future City

Thursday, May 25, 2006

The Barbican Art Gallery of London presents the exhibition Future City, Experiment and Utopia in Architecture 1956 - 2006, showcasing 'the most radical and experimental architecture to have emerged in the past 50 years: from extraordinary houses and incredible towers, to fantasy cityscapes and inhabitable sculptures' The expo holds works from Constant Nieuwenhuys, Archigram, SuperStudio, and Daniel Libeskind. If you are in London this summer, you should visit what Land+Living defines as 'the most comprehensive survey of experimental architecture to be held in the UK'

Future City, Experiment and Utopia in Architecture 1956 - 2006
From 15 June to 17 September @ Barbican
Via Land+Living

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