Letters to the Parliament: Denmark
Thursday August 24, 2017 – Friday September 15, 2017
Letters to the Parliament, 2017. Storefront for Art and Architecture in collaboration with Aarhus School of Architecture. Courtesy of Aarhus School of Architecture.
Letters to the Parliament: Denmark
August 24th – September 15th, 2017
Aarhus School of Architecture
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What would you write to a minister?
In collaboration with Aarhus School of Architecture, Storefront presents Letters to the Parliament: Denmark as part of the global Letters to the Mayor project. Each iteration presents a collection of letters by more than 100 architects, addressing the most pressing issues facing their city.
Letters to the Parliament: Denmark invites students and practicing architects to write letters to members of the Danish Parliament as a means of bringing innovative ideas and visions of the city closer to the decision-makers, and vice versa.
Jeanette Amby, Jo Anna Nedergaard, Sinna Asgari, Jørgen Bach, Maria Barsøe, Ruth Baumeister, Erik Bean, Sebastian Bech-Ravn, Julie Bertelsen, Trine Berthold, Marianne Boonekamp, Andrea Breidablik, Jens Buch Johansen, Claudia Carbone, Alexander Carlsen, Suna Cenholt, Alexandria Chan, Rune Christian Bach, Anita Christiansen, Carolina Dayer, Sadi Dhakhwa, Jane Doe, Marie Due, Nicolai Duedahl Hende, Frederik Ellegaard Haukrogh, Frederik Emil Hansen, Eline Evenstad Dahl, Stig Fenger, Povl Filip Sonne-Frederiksen, Maria Frandsen, Casper Friis, Angela Gigliotti, Kimberley Gokberk, Erlend Goplen Haug, Rasmus Grønbæk Hansen, Naina Gupta, Elisabeth H. Jakobsen, Troels Heiberg Frandsen, Kim Herforth Nielsen, Nils Holscher, Masha Hupalo, Mogens Husted Kristensen, Julian Johann, Natascha Jorgensen, Lars Juel Thiis, Jens Juel Thiis Knudsen, Esther Julie Ringer Ellingsen, Helle Juul, Rikke Juul Gram, Amalia Kenger, Anders Kielsgaard Hansa, Steffen Kjærlund Christensen, Joel Kjellgren, Mette Kynne Frandsen, Simon Ladegaard V. Thomsen, Maya Lahmy, Jaime Levin, Marie Louise Lyager, Klara Lyshøj, Rued M. Andreassen, Anne M. Nielsen, Marius Makos, Stephen Marco Schultz Jørgensen, Benjamin Mark, Erik Martiny, Sandra Mashoff-Køgelbø, Aliis Mehide, Heidi Merrild, Victor Moldoveanu, Torben Nielsen, Lasse Nørregård Rasmussen, M. Nørskov, Michael Nykjær Andersen, Audun Opdal, Jakob Ørum, Julie R. Gormsen, Marco Repenning, Sebastian Reumert, Camilla Richter-Friis van Deurs, Louise S. Vebory, Rasmus Simonsen, Torben Skovbjerg Larsen, Redir Sobkowicz, Natallia Sørensen, Pelle Sørensen, Eilert Støren, Christian Stoveland Blindheim, Mathias Svarre Skovbo Petter Svenson, Mads Tholstrup, Ann Uatlrin Bottger, Christian Achermann, Johan Verbeke, Stephen Willacy, Thomas William Lee, Michael Wolsing, SeungAe Yoo.
Parliament of Architecture and Respondents:
Ole Birk Olesen, Minister for Transport, Building and Housing; Mette Bock, Minister for Culture; Søren Pind, Minister for Higher Education and Science; Lars Christian Lilleholt, Minister for Energy, Utilities and Climate; Esben Lunde Larsen, Minister for Environment and Food; Mogens Jensen, Member for Parliament (former Minister for Trade and Development); Jacob Bundsgaard, Mayor of Aarhus; Camilla Fabricius, member of Aarhus City Council; Stephen Willacy, City Architect; Peter Andreas Sattrup, Danske Ark; Birgitte Jahn, Government Agency for Culture and Palaces; Bent Madsen, CEO BL-Danish Social Housing; Boris Brorman Jensen
Anne Mette Boye, Karen Kjærgaard and Signe Marie Davidsen
Mayoral Desk Design / Parliament of Architecture / New York Pavilion
Anne Søby, Anne Kamp Jensen and Lærke Tolstrup Sørensen
Daniel Seyed Jebraili
ABOUT LETTERS TO THE PARLIAMENT
Letters to the Parliament is part of Letters to the Mayor, a project initiated by Storefront for Art and Architecture in 2014. This particular iteration is organized in partnership with the Aarhus School of Architecture and RISING Architecture. This project launches on April 28th, where the Exhibition Building at Aarhus School of Architecture transforms into a “Parliament of Architecture”.
Letters to the Parliament is part of the international festival, Rising Architecture. The letters are a prelude for a public debate that will take place on September 11th at the Aarhus School of Architecture. The event is a contribution to ReThink Aarhus, European Capital of Culture 2017.
This edition of Letters to the Parliament is the premiere in an open and ongoing series of iterations of this project. To propose an edition in your city, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special support for Letters to the Parliament: Denmark is provided by Aarhus School of Architecture, The Architecture Project, and Kulturhovedstad 2017.