Exhibitions – by us

2017 BAMBUSWELTEN at the IGA Berlin 2017 from 13th April to 15th October 2017
In recent years bamboo has quickly gained a prominent position as key resource in the pursuing of a global, post-fossil fuel society.
BAMBUSWELTEN explores the potential of this plant and of its derivatives, thus offering an open platform for meeting up and discussing social changes.
2010  'Building With Earth –
A Tradition in the United Arab Emirates and Around the World'

from 10 to 22 July 2010 im Rahmen des Kulturfest in Assilah, Morocco
Lecture by Dr. Sami El-Masri and Eike Roswag, 13 July 2010
Client: Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH)
Curator: Eike Roswag Dipl.-Ing. Architekt BDA, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christof Ziegert
Exhibition Design: Ziegert | Roswag | Seiler Architekten Ingenieure in collaboration with Christiane Liebert

The exhibition follows a narrative starting from basic material properties and construction to historic and modern earthen buildings. Special focus is placed on the building traditions in the oasis town of Al Ain and possible new buildings in this tradition. The final section explores the sustainability benefits of earthen building materials.
2008 'Mubarak bin London: Wilfred Thesiger and the Freedom of the desert'
Dauerausstellung, Jahili Fort Al Ain, Abu Dhabi

Completion: 12/2008
Client: Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH)
Kurator: Barker Langham, London, UK
Exhibition Design, Graphic Design: Roswag & Jankowski Architekten in collaboration with Christiane Liebert
Lighting Design: studio dinnebier, Berlin

The permanent exhibition contains a collection of photographs by the explorer Wilfred Thesiger, who crossed the Empty Quarter of the Arabian desert several times with Bedouins in the 1940s, documenting his travels with a small format Leica camera. The photographs depict life. The photographs are a black and white selection from the Thesiger Collection des Pitt Rivers Museum. Floor to ceiling screen-printed lighting elements made of Corian divide the exhibition spaces into four sections and form part of the spatial concept.