12.09.2019 – 17.11.2019
Travelling exhibition EU Mies Award 2019 in Bozar Brussels
In April 2019, an international jury chaired by Dorte Mandrup selected a winner from the five remaining finalists for the EU Mies Award 2019 and an Emerging Architect Prize from the earlier shortlist of 40 projects. Since May, a traveling exhibition has been showing models, texts, videos, sketches and drawings of the 40 projects on the shortlist and a summary of all 383 nominees. This constellation spreads the work of European architects and leads to important discussions and collaborations about the way of designing and building, and the interpretation of places, cities and territories. Our project ‘Ryhove Urban Factory’ is on show.
10.10.2019 – 05.01.2020 en 19/01/2020 – 03/05/2020
Exhibition ‘Housing Apart Together’
In the ‘Housing Apart Together’ exhibition, Architectuurwijzer brings together 16 Flemish collective housing projects. Collective living is increasingly seen as a sustainable new form of living, but at the same time there are many questions about sharing and living together. Our project ‘Dockside’ is part of the exhibition.
19.10.2019 – 20.10.2019 and 26.10.2019 – 27.10.2019
Architectenhuiskamer Editie 11: FOUTLOOS
AHK presents the photo exhibition “FOUTLOOS”. Architecture publications show “the picture-perfect”. Is this error-free architecture of every realization a collection of (im-) perfection? Based on 2 photos, architects show their architecture and their attempt to strive for flawlessness.
22.09.2019 – 27.09.2019
Expo ‘Ontwerpen voor Gent’
Ghent houses two highly regarded architecture courses and therefore has a lot of potential when it comes to research and design. During F / a, the City Architect takes the initiative to build bridges. Together with the Architecture and Urban Design students of UGent, the KU Leuven Faculty of Architecture, ETH Zurich and the Archipel architecture association, he set up an exhibition with strong student work in which Ghent forms the work field.
The students show interventions in a city that are far from the day-to-day concrete architectural practice, but which, exploratively, represent the tasks and opportunities that the city can offer. The selected projects show Ghent from an explicitly different perspective.
Travelling exhibition EU Mies Award 2019
The authors of the shortlisted works participate in seminars, discussions and lectures and the works are presented in different architecture events worldwide. Our project ‘Ryhove Urban Factory’ is on show.
04.08.2018 – 01.09.2018
Summer studio Arsenaal Ghent
The ambition of this workshop run by Bram Aerts (KULeuven campus STLucas Ghent) is: “Designing a process on one of the last characteristic and pivotal sites for productive urban economy in Ghent.”
19.05.2017 – 21.05.2017
Verloren ontwerpen, Architectenhuiskamer
A place of honor in a competition, a concept that turns out not to be permissible or a quarrel between clients throwing a spanner in the works… Architects’ living room and Architectuurwijzer give these designs a second life on the beguinage site in Hasselt. About 40 models adorn the decor of the eighth Architects’ living room on 18 May.
08.10.2016 – 12.02.2017
MAATWERK MASSARBEIT. Architektur aus Flandern und den Niederlanden
The exhibition ‘MAATWERK MASSARBEIT. Custom Made Architecture from Flanders and the Netherlands’ shows a selection of approximately sixty architectural models. It places the emphasis on tailored work, precision and craftsmanship as undercurrents in Flemish and Dutch architecture of the past thirty years.
28.04.2016 – 17.09.2017
Een tijdelijk toekomsteninstituut, M HKA, Antwerpen
A temporary future institute encourages critical thinking about what is coming, rather than looking back at how previous generations imagined “the future.” How will exhibitions stimulate our thinking? Should it be total experiences that lure us away from our screen? How autonomous will art and artists be compared to the rest of the world?
21.10.2015 – 10.01.2016
Open tentoonstelling verkavelingsverhalen
Subdivision neighborhoods often have to endure: too close to each other, too little differentiated, the ecological footprint too high … At the same time, residents are experimenting with collective forms of housing, small-scale business, generating renewable energy together, and more. “Allotment Stories” uses these experiments to start a broad debate around the Flemish allotment neighborhood.