The "Wonderland" exhibition in Wiena
7. June 2006

Wonderland, the travelling exhibition of architecture, has arrived at its penultimate stop ? Vienna. The Vienna exhibition, opened on 7 June, presented 99 themes from nine European countries, promoting their views on new challenges of architectural practice. The exhibition was opened by Franz Morak, the Austrian Minister of Arts and Media, and Hannes Pflaum, Director of the Architecture Centre from Vienna.The works of equal value by studios and authors from Austria, Croatia, Slovenia, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Slovakia and the Czech Republic represent the idea of strong creative communication. The two-week exhibition also includes the works by Croatian teams, among them by the Studio 3LHD, one of the co-ordinators of the Croatian layout of the exhibition. The studio also presented the film on the study for the physical planning of the commune of Bale. Beside the exhibition, in the two days following its opening, a series of lectures and workshops was held for all the participants. The topics ranged from communication within the architectural circles and the public, to practical problems in the operation of architecture studios.BY their content and concept, the exhibition and the presentations accompany the biennale event "Days of Architecture", organized in Vienna, after 2002 and 2004.The last presentation of Wonderland will be in St.Veit/Glan in September.