Weekvlog 32: Bicycle architecture, Castrum Peregrini & Gaudí’s Casa Vincens

Weekvlog 32: Bicycle architecture, Castrum Peregrini & Gaudí’s Casa Vincens

This week I kick off with future perspectives on how the bicycle can change the city at the first Bicycle Architecture Biennale in Amsterdam. Also, I went to the opening of the exhibition ‘The female perspective’ in the always spectacular Castrum Peregrini, the former house of the famous artist Gisèle van Waterschoot van der Gracht. The last part of my week I spent in the always lovely Barcelona, where I saw a special photo exhibition of Susan Meiselas and got to see the just opened Casa Vincens, one of the first works of Barcelona’s beloved architect Gaudí.

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