Dutchville is an unconventional exhibition about urban architecture. The presentation has the form of a city tour. Instead of exhibiting series of monuments, Dutchville shows visitors the different faces of the city. In four different zones they experience the city at its most alluring, but also at its darkest. Using all kinds of media - from projections on white foam forms to an architecture peep show – Tinker imagineers has created spheres that inspire conflicting feelings. Six residents - with different backgrounds - take visitors on an audio tour through the exhibition. They tell their stories, sharing their personal views of the city. The goal of Dutchville is to make a general audience understand and feel what important role architecture has actually got. How it affects people’s lives on a daily basis. And that what’s beautiful for one is not necessarily beautiful for someone else.