Vernissage. A private view of paintings before public exhibition.

Origin: French, literally ‘varnishing’, originally referring to the day prior to an exhibition when artists were allowed to retouch and varnish hung work.
(Oxford Dictionary)

Here we go, our digital media channel is ready as it takes, with a varnishing day …. Without canapés (sorry, teletransportation is not available at the moment … or it is?).

We’d like to fill this space with our experiences and reflections of issues related to the architectural heritage (in its broadest sense).