“1,000 m² of desire. Architecture and sexuality”


The CCCB has some 250 items intended to illustrate the relationship between architecture and sex. How have places for sex been designed since the 18th century?

How have places for sex been conceived and built over the centuries they have existed? Is the place where sex takes place important? Can a space provoke desire?

These are the questions that the exhibition at the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB) aims to answer by means of 250 objects, including drawings, models, artistic installations, audiovisual materials and books.



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