Launch of the 1st issue at Design Forum Finland

Helsinki | 15.10.2007


On 15 October 2007, Bart Goldhoorn acquainted Finnish students with his interpretation of the phenomenon of Capitalist realism, in the University of Art and Design of Helsinki (UAIH).

Launch party of the 1st issue at Rahvaraamat bookstore

Tallin | 08.10.2007


On 8 October in ‘Rahvaraamat’ bookshop in Tallinn the Estonian public had the opportunity to acquaint themselves with the first issue of the magazine, as well as find out about the recent book on contemporary Russian architecture ‘Capitalist Realism’ by editorial director and publisher of PROJECT RUSSIA and PROJECT BALTIA magazines Bart Goldhoorn.

Bornhouse exhibition opening at the Peter and Paul Fortress in Petersburg and launch party of the 1st issue

Saint-Petersburg | 27.06.2007


Like many projects by Yury Avvakumov, “BornHouse” can be called architectural only from a formal point of view. Of course, it is not architecture at all, but genuine, pure modern art without any adulteration a continuation of philosophy by other means, with the use of images, not words. Audiences must do two things: first they view the art, and then with a certain effort they “dress” each work of architecture, and force themselves to realise that this tube with a spiral inside is not just an exquisite sculpture and a metaphor of birth and the development of a new life, but also a kind of model of a building.

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At a conference, taking place in Tallinn on April 21-22, architecture’s turn to nature and data will be explored from political and historical perspectives. Keynote speakers are Matthew Gandy and Douglas Spencer from the UK. The conference is organised by the
Faculty of Architecture, Estonian Academy of Arts, Estonia in cooperation with the Department of Geography, Cambridge University, UK. The event is open to the public.


The only foreigner to take part in the series of architecture talks entitled ‘Genius loci’ (organized by Project Baltia and the ‘Novaya Gollandiya: cultural urbanization’ project) was the Finnish theoretician Juhani Pallasmaa. Russian readers know Pallasmaa from his book ‘The thinking hand. Existential and embodied wisdom in architecture’, which is now a bibliographical rarity. Here Marina Nikiforova talks to Finland’s principal architect-thinker.



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