Hansjörg Göritz, an internationally acclaimed architect and professor of architecture at the College of Architecture and Design, is to be featured in a solo exhibition of his work at the prestigious Wiesbaden Museum in Germany. “Stones and Sketches,” on display from August 27-October 3, documents twenty-five years of architecture highlighting Göritz’s unique design process and works of poured and kilned stone. Including his conception of the award-winning structure, the state parliament of Liechtenstein – the National Capitol Forum and Assembly – the exhibit will include hundreds of original sketches, study models, a film-focus, and other representations of his design.
Göritz ‘s work focuses on the ‘timeless phenomena of space’ in its perceptive qualities, and is centered on the mastery of stone in architecture. His professional career and firm, Hansjörg Göritz Architektur, have been noted nationally and internationally with over 20 awards and selections among some 50 architectural competitions. His work has also been published in more than 230 publications. Göritz has also given 70 invited lectures on his work, and participated in more than 30 exhibitions.
For more information about Göritz and his work, visit http://www.hansjoerggoeritz.com.
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