“A drawn city” Sergei Tchoban at la Galerie d’Architecture

The exhibition “A Drawn City” by German-Russian architect and artist Sergei Tchoban reflects the strong contrasts created by the interaction between historic architecture and modern architecture, so visible in today’s cities.

 

“Une ville dessinee” by Sergei Tchoban

 

It highlights the artist’s attachment to architectural drawings that combine European city structures and futuristic elements. Considered in interaction and in correlation with the urban fabric already in place, its different architectural expressions take into account the context and the physical and historical conditions of each site.


 

“A drawn city”
13 March – 15 April, 2020
La Galerie d’Architecture
11 rue des blancs manteaux, Paris
France

 


Sergei Tchoban visualizes on paper his ideas related to the construct. Drawing is an essential component of his communication tools and allows him to translate his ideas and visions on the relationship between contemporary and historical architecture, as well as between emblematic buildings and existing surrounding architecture. With his drawings, Sergei Tchoban often addresses the possibility of the existence of contemporary architecture in historic urban contexts, and the important role played by these new layers in the creation of the heritage of the future.

 

“Une ville dessinee” by Sergei Tchoban

“Une ville dessinee” by Sergei Tchoban

“Une ville dessinee” by Sergei Tchoban


 

News source: la Galerie d’Architecture
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