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iCP Hamburg

  • Location
    Hamburg, Bernstorffstraße 93-95, St. Pauli
  • Year
    2004 - 2007
  • Client
    iCP Hamburg
  • Brief
    Exhibitions, public talks and film screenings
  • Team
    Patrick Ehrhardt and Wolfgang Fiel
  • Collaborators
    Sinzenetti/Andreas Belringer, Corporate identity
  • Status

Co-founded by Patrick Ehrhardt and Wolfgang Fiel in 2004, the iCP Hamburg has had the aim of advocating the transformative power of architectural thinking through a number of exhibitions, public lectures, debates, and screenings, accompanied by the so-called “Consequence Book Series on Fresh Architecture,” published by SpringerWienNewYork. Showcasing an emergent generation of experimental architects and designers from all over the world, these efforts have been recognized with through an invitation to present the work of iCP in the New Italian Pavilion at 10th International Venice Biennale for Architecture in 2006. Featured exhibitions include:

In The Wake Of Archigram

Screening of interviews conducted by Per Fagring and Wolfgang Fiel on the occasion of the “Archigram World Rally 2002” in London with contributions by Ron Arad, London; Lise Anne Couture & Hani Rashid (Asymptote), New York; Sir Peter Cook, London; Wolf D. Prix (Coop Himmelb(l)au), Vienna; Dennis Crompton, London; Mike Davies (Chrysalis and Partner of Richard Rogers Partnership), London; Zaha Hadid, London; Thom Mayne (Morphosis), LA; Gustav Metzger (Artist), London; Michael Sorkin, New York; Michael Webb, New York; Lebbeus Woods, New York

From Matter to Metaspace: Cave, Ground, Horizon, Wind

CHORA/Raoul Bunschoten

Non-Functional Space

EDAS Design Kommunalka

intTENSE repose

Delugan Meissl Associated Architects

Users & Abusers

Didier Fiuza Faustino


Marjan Colletti & Marcos Cruz

Disturbing Territories

Shaun Murray

Drawing Indeterminate Architecture, Indeterminate Drawings of Architecture

Nat Chard

Fast Wood

Objectile/Bernard Cache & Patrick Beauce


tat ort/Alexandra Berlinger and Wolfgang Fiel


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