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Exhibition: Carte Blanche XVI

12th December 2018. As part of the Carte Blanche series, Caruso St John’s exhibition The end of the beginning or the beginning of the end, and is progress even possible in architecture? will show at the Architekturforum in Zurich. The exhibition will open with a short talk with Adam Caruso and Peter St John on 12 December 2018, with a critical interrogation with Maria Conen, Oliver Lutjens, Adam Caruso and Peter St John following on 30 January 2019. The show runs until 8 February 2018. More information here

Referendum: Hardturm Areal, Zurich

26th November 2018. Residents of Zurich have voted in favour of the project to build a new football stadium. The referendum took place on Sunday 25th November with 53.8% voting in favour of the development.

EU Mies Award 2019

5th November 2018. The Bremer Landesbank Headquarters in Bremen has been nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award 2019.