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"MORE THAN BRICKS! Tradition and Future of Architectural Ceramics"

20.03.2022 – 03.10.2022

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Museum Brandhorst in München, Sauerbruch Hutton architects / NBK Keramik GmbH 2005 – 2008
© Martin Falbisoner (CC BY-SA 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)

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Fassadendetail des Museum Brandhorst in München,
Sauerbruch Hutton architects / NBK Keramik GmbH 2005 – 2008
© Ludwig Lutz

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MAAT – Museu de Arte, Arquitetura e Tecnologia in Lissabon, AL__A. Amande Levete architects / Cerámica Cumella, 2016

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Facade of the New Synagogue in Mainz, Manuel Herz Architects / NBK Keramik GmbH, 1999/2008 - 2010 © Manuel Herz Architects (CC BY-SA 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)

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Seaside of Schwerin Castle with terracotta-decorated gables, 16th century, rebuilt 1846 – 1856, restored since 1990 © munin.moon (CC BY-ND 2.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0/)

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Grundtvigs Churche in Kopenhagen, Peder Jensen-Klingt, 1921 – 1927 © Guillaume Baviere (CC BY-SA 2.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/)

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VR reconstruction of the Monumental Gate, the former entrance to the Paris World's Fair 1900 © Porzellanikon / LeMog

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Milk Shop “Dresdener Molkerei Gebrüder Pfund“ in Dresden, Villeroy & Boch, Dresden/Mettlach, 1891 © Dresdner Molkerei Gebrüder Pfunds GmbH

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Chilehaus in Hamburg, Fritz Höger/Richard Kuöhl, 1922 – 1924 © Esther Westerveld (CC BY 2.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/)

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Cuyperspassage bicycle and pedestrian subway in Amsterdam, Irma Boom / Benthem Crouwel architects, Royal Tichelaar Makkum, 2015. © Jannes Linders

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Female herm of the former Bauakademie in Berlin, Friedrich Wilhelm Holbein / Tonwarenfabrik A. C. Gormann, Berlin, 1831 – 1836, Inv. Nr. VII 95/135 y © Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin, Foto: Oliver Ziebe, Berlin

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Detail of the façade and roof cladding at the Blessed Father Rupert Mayer in Poing, meck architekten GmbH / m&r Manufaktur GmbH, 2011/2018 © Felix Löchner/Sichtkreis

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Ceramic tile from the parish church of Blessed Father Rupert Mayer in Poing, meck architekten GmbH / m&r Manufaktur GmbH, 2011/2018 © m&r Werbefotografie

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Insight into the exhibition during assembly © Porzellanikon

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The city needs colour! “Ceramic City Bench" street furniture in London, Maria Gasparian, 2018 © Maria Gasparian

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The city needs colour! “Ceramic City Bench" street furniture in London, Maria Gasparian, 2018 © Maria Gasparian

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Glazing of machine-made ceramic elements by hand at the ceramics manufacturer Cerámica Cumella in Barcelona © Cerámica Cumella

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