BEGIN:VCALENDAR METHOD:PUBLISH PRODID:-//design-museum.de//NONSGML iCalcreator 2.6// VERSION:2.0 X-WR-TIMEZONE:Europe/Berlin BEGIN:VEVENT UID:20200119T061927CET-46189pTFuW@design-museum.de DTSTAMP:20200119T051927Z CATEGORIES:Ausstellung DESCRIPTION: Vitra Design Museum \nOur homes are an expression of the way w e live\, they shape our everyday routines and fundamentally affect our wel l-being. With the major exhibition »Home Stories: 100 Years\, 20 Visionar y Interiors« the Vitra Design Museum aims to reopen the conversation abou t the contemporary private interior and its evolution. In a captivating na rrative leading visitors backwards in time\, the exhibition will highlight important societal\, political\, urban\, and technical shifts that have s haped the design and the use of the Western interior over the last 100 yea rs. From current issues facing the domestic domain — such as the efficie nt use of dwindling urban space to the blurring of work-life boundaries the journey includes our fascination with loft-living in the 1970s\, the shift from formal to informal dwelling in the 1960s\, the rise of househo ld appliances in the 1950s\, and the introduction of open-space planning i n the 1920s. The exhibition is organized around 20 iconic interiors by arc hitects such as Adolf Loos\, Finn Juhl\, Lina Bo Bardi\, and Assemble\; ar tists like Andy Warhol or Cecil Beaton\, as well as interior designer Elsi e de Wolfe.\nVernissage and Opening Talk »How to Live?«: \n7 February 20 20\, 6 pm\, Fire Station\nMore\nImage: \nKey Visual for the exhibition »H ome Stories«\, Illustration: Daniel Streat\, Visual Fields\, © Vitra Des ign Museum\; Lina Bo Bardi\, Casa de Vidro\, São Paulo\, 1952\, © Instit uto Bardi / photo: Francisco Albuquerque DTSTART:20200208T000000 DTEND:20200824T000000 LOCATION:Vitra Design Museum SUMMARY:Ausstellung - Home Stories: 100 Years\, 20 Visionary Interiors END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR