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AZ Zeno wins international WAF Award
The World Architecture Festival (WAF) has announced the winners of the 2018 WAF Awards. The temporary association of AAPROG/BOECKX/B2Ai got rewarded in the category of completed health care buildings.
Ney & Partners contributes to the construction of Africa’s highest tower
In the Moroccan city of Rabat, the Spanish architect Rafael de la Hoz is collaborating with Ney & Partners on the construction of a 250-metre high tower – the tallest in Africa.
Rotor wins the 2018 Schelling Architecture Prize
The Brussels-based collective Rotor has won the 2018 Schelling Architecture Prize.
Yves Dupont wins the 2018 Euregional Prize for Architecture
Yves Dupont (UHasselt) wins the 2018 Euregional Prize for Architecture with his project ‘VAKhuis, A house for craftmanship’.
Gideon Boie on care architecture in Domus
In an opinion piece in the Italian architectural magazine Domus, Gideon Boie (KULeuven/BAVO) elaborates on his quest for a new design culture for care architecture.
Rotor and Dhooge & Meganck in ARCH+ (233)
For the German magazine ARCH+, the Berlin-based architect Kilian Enders spoke to Michaël Ghyoot and Sophie Seys from Rotor about reuse in architecture.
Exhibition Entrer: en interférence travels to Montréal
The exhibition 'Entrer: en interférence' compares five Belgian architectural firms and five projects from Quebec firms. The notion of interference is the common theme which guides the exhibition’s key intentions.
David Van Severen lectures in Munich
David Van Severen (OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen) will deliver a lecture in the architecture faculty of the University of Applied Science in Munich, Germany, on 22 November.
Royal Museum for Central Africa by Beel Architects attracts international attention
The Royal Museum of Central Africa, recently renovated by Beel architects, is featured in the Italian architecture journal DOMUS and the American newspaper The Wall Street Journal.
Marie-José Van Hee interviewed by New York magazine PIN-UP
In her interview with Marie-José Van Hee, Alexandra C. Cameron describes the architect as: ‘still subscribing to an unhurried way of life yet showing no signs of slowing down.’
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