Lennart participated in the meeting “Genome Architecture in Space and Time”, which took place at the International Center for Theoretical Physics in Trieste from June 20th to 24th. The venue would suggest a Physics and Theory heavy meeting – and certainly there was some of that – but the conference covered various aspects of genome architecture. From newest biophysical and imaging approaches, via medical relevance of aberrations in genomic structural elements, to polymer folding models, a truly eclectic mix of questions and approaches was presented. Unusual for an international meeting, the invited speakers had about 45 minutes each. Throughout, this time was put to good use, allowing comprehensive introductions, sometimes reaching back decades to lead up to the most up-to-date questions.