Opening at 7 pm

Dr. Karl Borromäus Murr Director Textile Museum Augsburg, tim
Anna Heringer Studio Anna Heringer
Nicola Borgmann und Juliane Kahl  Responsive Design

The clothes we wear and the textiles we use every day influence spaces and lifestyles through the way they are made.

Didi Textiles from Studio Anna Heringer, Veronika Lang and Dipshikha are designed for decentralised production in the villages of Bangladesh, offering free and humane living conditions and habitats for the people. In local textile tradition, Didi Textiles are made from old Shari blankets with their vibrant and colourful textured surfaces, reflecting the stories of the families who created them. 

In Ethiopia, Responsive Design works with architects and designers to explore the culture of weaving to bring it to new applications in fashion, architecture and design. Demand-oriented, social and innovative designs from local materials support traditional weavers, promote an independent young creative scene and establish an international exchange.

These projects in Bangladesh and Ethiopia are inspiration for how to create high quality and meaningful products from recycled and limited materials with creativity, time and local resources.

Thank you for supporting the exhibition: Bayerische Achitektenkammer, Hans Sauer Stiftung, Schnitzer&

We cordially invite you to lecture and opening:

7pm lecture Oscar von Miller Forum

8pm Opening Architekturgalerie München, Türkenstraße 30

The Architekturgalerie München presents the first solo exhibition of Nikkei Sekkei , the oldest architecture office in Japan and with more than 2500 employees, one of the largest in the world. The exhibition shows the working methods of the Japanese architecture office. Since its foundation in 1900, Nikken Sekkei has realized more than 25,000 projects in 50 countries.

Their work is under the dictum "EXPERIENCE, INTEGRATED", which manifests its strength in breaking new ground in environmentally friendly design, meeting current expectations and opening up new possibilities. They develop solutions that create meaningful living spaces for people and communities around the world by bringing together their expertise with that of their customers, contractors and craftsmen. This integrative approach of Nikken Sekkei is presented in the Architekturgalerie München with selected projects.  


Nikken Sekkei, Japan

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