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Hopkins Architects celebrates new office in Germany with travelling exhibition

British practice Hopkins Architects is currently hosting a series of exhibitions to showcase their comprehensive portfolio of world-class projects in Germany as they have recently opened a new office in Munich. Im Wandel der Zeit is coming to the end of a very successful run in Munich (closes on 31 August) and will reopen in Frankfurt from 7 September until 5 October.

The exhibition will display a number of photographs and drawings from Hopkins Architects’ London offices with a special focus on the Velodrome for the London 2012 Olympic Games, widely recognised of one of the triumphs of contemporary British architecture. In total, 53 of Hopkins’ projects since 1976 will be displayed in the exhibition.

Frankfurt: The exhibit will run from 7 September - 5 October at gallerie BRAUBACHfive, Braubachstraße 5. Further information (in German) may be found here.

Munich: The exhibit runs through 31 August at the Architekturgallerie, located at Türkenstrasse 30. Further information (in German) may be found here.

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