The exhibition „Don’t Stop Thinking!“ offers an insight into the complex work of the architect Joost Meuwissen.

Exhibition 22nd March 2018 to 22st of April 2018
Over the course of six weeks, add on. 20 höhenmeter transformed Vienna’s Wallensteinplatz into a hub of architectonic and artistic interaction: a temporary installation interacting with the public was erected in the summer of 2005 as usable object in the middle of a public square.
In der Ausstellung DIE STADT OHNE stellt die Frage, ob und inwiefern die gesellschaftliche Polarisierung während der Jahre des Aufstiegs des Nationalsozialismus mit jener unserer Gegenwart verglichen werden kann, soll oder sogar muss.

2nd of March to 30th December 2018 METRO Kinokulturhaus / Filmarchiv Austria
The Vienna Model exhibition explores housing in Vienna, Austria, through its portrait of the city’s pathbreaking approach to architecture, urban life, neighborhood revitalization, and the creation of new communities.

17th May – 16th July in Vancouver
The project Housing Models: Experimentation and Everyday Life explores the question of how experiments in architecture bearing upon everyday life might play out, inspired by eleven international housing projects. The inhabitants are the focus of attention, along with the dwellings themselves. As such, Housing Models: Experimentation and Everyday Life sets itself apart from the classic architectural publication.
A cinematic essay about the history of Viennese Housing by Angelika Fitz and Michael Rieper.
For six weeks “add on. 20 höhenmeter” transforms Wallensteinplatz into a centre of artistic interaction. Peter Fattinger, Veronika Orso and Michael Rieper present sculpture as a usable object, able to communicate and interact with the general public. The basic structure of “add on” consists of a platform reaching up to twenty meters high, in which specially made space modules interlock with finished parts creatively altered from their original purpose.
The permanent exhibition of the GrazMuseum is presented in a new and extended form: “A Story of Graz” illustrates the development of the Styrian state capital from the Middle Ages to 2003 from a both local and European perspective.

A temporary landmark. The second facade is placed in front of the Orpheum and transforms it into an accessible structure of functions, that are stacked on top of each other. A centre for communication and performance is created, where neighbours, actors and visitors meet.
Eleven experimental housing projects are examined with the focus on the lived-in everyday life of the residents in architectural experiments.
A documentary about the genesis of the Sargfabrik-housing project in Vienna’s 14th district – the movie shows a encouraging example of participative, collective owned housing.