Urban Space 100 at the exhibition in Berlin
Public restaurant “Urban Space 100” was selected for display at the Living the city
exhibition in Berlin, along with 70 other exhibitors from 20 countries: Belgium,
Hungary, Spain, France, Finland, Turkey, Germany, Canada and others.
“Living the City” tells over fifty stories from architecture, art, and city planning
projects in the main hall of the former Berlin-Tempelhof Airport. Urban Space 100,
the only project from Ukraine that was selected for the exhibition together with 70
other participants from 20 countries: Belgium, Hungary, Spain, France, Finland,
Turkey, Germany, Canada and others.
“ For three months, the former airport will be transformed into a venue for city life.
In a walk-through urban collage, visitors will encounter a range of stories from
people and projects that are actively involved in the city and civic society. These
stories ask questions concerning fundamental activities like loving, living, making,
participating, learning, playing, moving, and dreaming in the city. These are stories
that shape and transform, that make you feel and think. Furthermore, a wide-
ranging event and education program invites everyone to actively participate and
contribute” - explained on the exhibition website.
The exhibition Living the City can not only be experienced live on site. On the one
hand, the continuously growing website offers a virtual view of the projects. On the
other hand, live streams, curated online and live tours as well as interviews provide
access to content and events.
If you live in Berlin, or have a plan to visit it in the next three months - come for a
piece of Ivano-Frankivsk in the German capital.
Entry is free (please book your timed ticket in advance to help organizers manage
the number of people in the exhibition and limit queuing times) -
The exhibition will run from September 25 to December 20.