29. 9. – 4. 10. 2023
Praha – Kino Světozor, Malý sál Thu 29/09 18:00
Praha – Kino Světozor, Malý sál Sun 02/10 20:30

Pritzker-prize winner of 2022 Francis Kéré creates simple technology designs for both developing and high-income countries and uses local materials to enhance social, economic and political environments. The film documents several architectural projects between his home country Burkina Faso in Africa and Germany, where he attempts to build a community center for Syrian immigrants.

Shown in programme with Kevin Roche: The Quiet Architect

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