Copenhagen Architecture Festival CAFx

NOTE: Due to the current COVID19 crisis, the Copenhagen Architecture Festival has decided to postpone the festival for an indefinite time. We are sorry for the inconvenience this might cause for our guests and collaborators but we hope for your support and understanding. We will update you when we know more.

The Copenhagen Architecture Festival (CAFx) investigates the role and impact of architecture in our lives and the world we live in. Architecture is more than just bricks, frameworks and compartments. It is sensual, corporeal and social. It is of political, historic and cognitive relevance. We live in constant interaction with architecture; it lives and changes alongside us and affects all aspects of our existence.

Each year, the festival explores and presents ideas on the relation between the architectural world and human life through a broad public program of talks, films, performances, workshops, seminars and exhibitions in collaboration with various institutions and (inter)national partners.

Additionally to festival activities, CAFx also hosts Summer Schools exploring the relation of film and space.

The festival was founded in 2014 by Josephine Michau, Peter Møller Rasmussen and Mads Farsø.

The program has since grown significantly in both content and ambition and is now considered Scandinavia’s biggest event dedicated to architecture as well as the world’s biggest architecture and film festival.

23 April to 3 May 2020
Various Locations

Copenhagen, Danmark
Copenhagen Architecture Festival