Curious about the architects of the future?

If you're lucky, you'll have a few moments to spare this week. Then you can visit the LTH architecture students' annual exhibition and get a glimpse of how, and by whom, tomorrow’s built environments will be designed.

– Published 24 May 2022

The Meristem Wall has a system of adjustable air flows and is modelled on termite stacks as inspiration. The 3D-printed wall was shown at last year's Venice Architecture Biennale and will also be on display at the 2022 exhibition. Photo: David Andréen

The annual spring exhibition is an opportunity for all LTH's architecture students to present projects, drawings, models, sketches and films.

The opening of the 2022 exhibition will take place in the A-house on 25 May – and everyone who is curious about the architects of the future is welcome!

Opening at 5 pm on 25 May

On the programme:

  • Welcome speech by Jesper Magnusson, Director of the School of Architecture
  • Presentation of the scholarship in memory of Sara Birnbaum
  • Presentation of the students’ pedagogical prize

The exhibition will then be open weekdays from 9 am to 4 pm until 31 May.