13.08.2017

Exhibitions

24 STOPS. Rehberger-Weg

10.02.2017 – 10.09.2017

Elytra Filament Pavilion

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Black Box. A Cabinet of Robotic Curiosities

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25.03.2017 – 03.09.2017

Project Vitra – Design, Architecture, Communications (1950–2017)

13.05.2017 – 20.08.2017

Mudun مدن Urban Cultures in Transit

Gallery

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03.06.2017 – 10.09.2017

Together! The New Architecture of the Collective

Museum

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14.07.2017 – 24.09.2017

Ettore Sottsass – Rebel and Poet

Schaudepot

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Events / Special guided tours / Workshops

Sun, 13.08.2017

11:00 am

Architekturführung
Start: Schaudepot

Architecture Tour (DE)

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11:30 am

Architekturführung
Vitra Design Museum

Exhibition Tour »Together! The New Architecture of the Collective« (DE)

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11:30 am

Architekturführung
Start: Vitra Design Museum

Architecture Tour (EN)

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1:00 pm

Architekturführung
Start: Schaudepot

Architecture Tour (EN)

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1:30 pm

Architekturführung
Start: Vitra Design Museum

Architecture Tour (DE)

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3:00 pm

Architekturführung
Start: Schaudepot

Architecture Tour (DE)

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3:30 pm

Architekturführung
Start: Vitra Design Museum

Architecture Tour (EN)

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4:00 pm

Vitra Design Museum

History with Sabine Theil along the Rehberger-Weg / EXPERT TOUR (DE)

To explore more deeply the wealth and variety of the «24 Stops» along the Rehberger-Weg and their surroundings, we are offering a series of themed tours led by experts in German. Start: 4pm, alternately from the Fondation Beyeler or Vitra Campus, duration: 2 hours, price: CHF 10.- / EUR 10.- per person. The price includes a shuttle bus back to the starting point. Our Expert Tours take place whatever the weather. Bookings can be made and tickets purchased for tours as from February.

Together we shall walk along the Rehberger-Weg, past gardens, fruit crops and orchards, across the vine-clad slopes of Tüllinger Berg, and through part of the historic heart of the old village of Weil. As well as magnificent views of Basel, the Jura, the Vosges and Weil am Rhein, enjoy fascinating insights into the history of this border triangle, where Switzerland, Germany and France meet.
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