Architecture Week Prague is a festival of architecture and urbanism created in the year 2007, held every year in the city of Prague, Czech Republic. It is the largest architectural festival in Central Europe, and every year presents the latest projects from local and international renowned architects and studios. Partners of the festival include ministries, cities and towns, culture institutes, national embassies, media and companies. Architecture is presented to the public in multimedia formats, including scale models, audio, video, photography, lectures and seminars, meetings and citywalks.
The festival also aims to be a platform for the latest architectural and urbanistic projects, and to be a meeting place for professionals, students and the general public, in the form of exhibitions, lectures,conferences, architectural walks and seminars.
Convent of Saint GeorgePrague Castle – there will be held this year’s exhibitions
Located just behind the Cathedral at Prague Castle, it is part of the oldest surviving ecclesiastical complex in the Czech Republic. It was built in the year 973 AD, next to the Basilica of the same name. Exhibition spaces include the gothic chapel and hallways, the basements, and the great courtyard.