The tenth edition of Architecture en fête, an event part of the Architecture month and in National days of architecture, will be held this weekend at the Chartreuse de Villeneuve, with the program of workshops, exhibitions, conferences, a screening and even performances.
The event, organized by the Regional Direction of Cultural Affairs of Occitanie and the Chartreuse, in partnership with the actors of architecture in the region, is open to the general public. It will begin this Friday, October 15 at 5 p.m. with the inauguration, and a preview of the two exhibitions this year, From the slum to the city, Exist, circulate, work, of the La Fenêtre Art Center / AREA (Research Education Action Association) and Mobility # 2, offered by Échangeur 22.
A screening of the documentary Koolhaas Houselife by Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine (2008) will be offered at 6 p.m., followed by a debate with Renaud Barrès, architect-historian, director of CAUE 34 (by free reservation, Editor’s note).
On Saturday and Sunday, guided tours will be on the program at 11 a.m. (by free reservation), and a performance, Guided tours, by and by the actor, author, director and true-false guide Bertrand Bossard, associate artist of the A hundred and four in Paris, will be offered at 11:30 am and 2:30 pm. On reservation, 10 euros per adult, 5 euros for children under 18.
As every year, workshops for children and families will be offered from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. with, among other things, Kapla® or the construction of recycled plastic models. Without reservation but in limited gauges, knowing that children must be accompanied. Note that the Chartreuse library offers a children’s corner in the afternoons, from 6 years old, without reservation.
Saturday will also be held the round table entitled “Alternatives, the problem of living in his life”, from 2 pm to 4 pm, on the themes of old age and living together, before the awards ceremony of the 2021 competition. architecture, town planning and citizen initiatives at CAUE 30 at 5.30 p.m. On reservation free of charge.
On Sunday, a meeting with the renowned architect Rudy Ricciotti, who notably signed the Mucem, in Marseille, is on the program at 4 p.m. He will talk about his last book published by Textuel, The beautiful, the crude and the mobsters, transcription of a conversation following a debate with Paul Chemetov. The meeting will be followed by a signing session (By free reservation, Editor’s note).
More information here.