The 12 architecture exhibitions not to be missed by the end of the year

From MAXXI in Rome to MoMA in New York, the last months of the year are full of events for architects and architecture enthusiasts. Here are the most interesting exhibitions.

With winter just around the corner, museums and cultural institutions are refreshing their schedules with new displays and exhibitions dedicated to the world of art, but not only. Architecture is also making a comeback, and here is a list of the best exhibition projects around the world not to be missed this autumn and winter.

Starting from MAXXI in Rome, where an exhibition curated by Pippo Ciorra showcases the relationship between architecture and structural engineering, moving on from Mirandolo Castle in San Secondo di Pinerolo for the first Italian exhibition dedicated to Christo after his death. Traveling then to Europe, it will be possible to visit the Pavillon de l’Arsenal in Paris, some forty award-winning projects of renovation, rehabilitation, or adaptive reuse, while the architect and designer Mae-ling Lokko open the season of Z33, a museum designed by Francesca Torzo, with new bio-based building materials. At the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, a multi-channel video and audio installation curated by Lawrence Abu Hamdan is on show, while at ArkDes in Stockholm, studio Tham and Videgård will fill the rooms with a solo exhibition.

Scroll through the gallery to discover the most interesting cultural offerings of the cold season.

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