A collaboration across practice, education, craft and production now culminates in the "Generic bowl" being erected and exhibited in Copenhagen's City Hall Square. The project is being built in conjunction with the 500th anniversary of the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild, where it will stand as a symbol of an innovative future for the carpentry trade and construction. From Monday 30 November to Friday 4 December, the project will be on display, being built by apprentice carpenters in collaboration with our architecture students. This way, the viewer can follow the project's creation and see how the construction frames are assembled. The Generic Bocelle is made possible by a number of partners; the Copenhagen Carpenters' Guild, KADK, KHR Architects, Fiberline composite and the Copenhagen Technical School.

The project is therefore unique in that it combines research and education with practice in architecture and crafts, and industry with the production of the composite material. Go and see the "generic bocelle". The exhibition is open during the following periods:Monday 30 November 13.00 - 19.00Tuesday 1 December 09.00 - 19.00Wednesday 2 December 09.00 - 19.00Thursday 3 December 09.00 - 19.00Friday 4 December 09.00 - 12.00 Project partners:Copenhagen Carpenters Guild, KADK, KHR Architects, Fiberline composite, Copenhagen Technical School Project Manager: Jan Søndergaard, Professor and Partner KHR Architects Project team, architecture students from KADK: Oliver Mogensen, Oliver Lehrmann, Nichlas Heunicke, Johanna Sigurðardóttir & Marie Morsing. Consultant and project developer: Fritz Vinter