Maintaining a base in both Paris and Lausanne, Swiss national Philippe Rahm has become one of the most prominent exponents of ecological issues in architecture. Rahm’s clever cross-disciplinary art and architecture work focuses on ‘meteorological’ architecture, and he has exhibited in a range of different countries and international venues, including being chosen to represent Switzerland at the 8th Architecture Biennale in Venice.
Three of Rahm’s new exhibitions are opening in October and November – Form Follows Climate at the Danish Academy of Fine Arts and his contributions at the Seoul Design Olympiad 2009 and Evento 2009 in Bordeaux, while October is also the last chance to see his ‘Domestic Astronomy’ installation, part of the Green Architecture show at the Danish Louisiana Museum of Art.