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Exhibition / Léon Stynen
In October 2018 the Flanders Architecture Institute and deSingel co-organize an exhibition on the Belgian architect Léon Stynen (1899-1900).
Exhibition / COUSSÉE & GORIS architecten. Natura Naturans
A portrait of COUSSÉE & GORIS architecten by Marie-Françoise Plissart
Exhibition / Dom Hans van der Laan. A House for the Mind
Exhibition / Drawing Out: Material Dialogues with the Boyarsky-collection
Exhibition series / BWMSTR Label
Each year, the Flemish Government Architect goes in search of strong spatial concepts and integrated research questions that make a positive social difference.
Exhibition / Prelude. A Weaving Generation
This Wunderkammer portrays a new generation of architects in the Low Countries on the rise.
BWMSTR Label / The act of building
The young Brussels-based office BC architects & studies wants to redefine the position of the architect in relation to building communities in order to create a new building process.
Exhibition / BWMSTR Label: A new perspective on waste
In A new perspective on waste young architects Carmen van Maercke, Caterina Rosso and Julie Marin take the twentieth-century belt around Antwerp as a case study for their view on waste.
Exhibition / Architecture cabinet: Microcosm
The Flanders Architecture Institute launches a new series of exhibitions.
Exhibition / Find myself a city to live in. De Smet Vermeulen architecten
In Find myself a city to live in architects Henk De Smet and Paul Vermeulen examine how architectural interventions impact upon the way cities are shaped and used; a balancing act between continuity and change.