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OOPEAA featured at the second FIN-GER Architecture Biennale

posted on July 11th 2016 in News

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The second FIN-GER Architecture Biennale features a solo exhibition of the work of OOPEAA. The biennale takes place in Würzburg, Germany from July 12 to July 24, 2016.

The FIN-GER Architecture Biennale presents top Finnish and German contemporary architects and their architecture. The Biennale is organized every year, alternating between Germany and Finland as the guest country. The first FIN-GER Architecture Biennale, arranged in 2015, featured the German architect Jürgen Mayer H. from Berlin.

The second FIN-GER Architecture Biennale 2016 will introduce the work of the Finnish architect Anssi Lassila / OOPEAA from Helsinki & Seinäjoki.
 In conjunction with the opening of the exhibition, Anssi Lassila will give a lecture. The lecture is arranged by BDA in cooperation with FIN-GER.

The FIN-GER Architecture Biennale
Exhibition & Architecture Pop-Up Store

Dates: July 12 – 24, 2016
Time: Open during the FIN-GER Store hours 12 – 6 pm daily
Location: Bürgerbräu Old Brewery, Würzburg

Opening reception: July 12, 2016 at 7 pm

Lecture by Anssi Lassila: July 12, 2016 at 9 pm in the Fürstensaal, Würzburg Residence

Tickets available at the following locations:
– Akademische Buchhandlung Knodt(Textorstraße 4), Mon-Fri 9 am – 7 pm, Sat 9 am – 6 pm
– FIN-GER Concept Store (Frankfurter Straße 87) Mon-Fri 9 am -6 pm
– 87 Bar (Frankfurter Straße 87), Mon-Sat 8 am -6 pm

The ticket price is 15 € (incl. Lecture + Vernissage + Fingerfood + Sekt)

The FIN-GER was founded by Juhani Karanka, Finnish Architect & Urban Planner and Matthias Braun, German Architect & Artist in 2015. Together they came up with “fingerism” a philosophy that seeks to see the best in everything and everyone, and aims to use creative play and good humour to make ideas become reality. It is all about creating innovative concepts & making ideas become reality.

For more information on FIN-GER and the biennale, visit http://www.fin-ger.com/index.html