The architecture season 2018 - 2019 is looking very promising.
2018 is the year in which the Flanders Architecture Institute, deSingel, the Province of Antwerp and the City of Antwerp place the oeuvre of the Belgian modernist architect Léon Stynen (1899–1990) in the spotlight.
The Antwerp Urban Studies Institute is currently looking for two full-time visiting scholars for a short term research stay at the University of Antwerp from 1 January 2019.
Together with Architectuur Lokaal area and property developer AM has launched the competition 'AM I Included?' as a way to generate innovative ideas that shed new light on the ideas behind the inclusive city. 
AWG architects have started designing the master plan for a new technology campus in Ulyanovsk, Russia. It comprises six flexible construction zones along a central backbone.
The Rotterdam hotel and market ‘Pakhuismeesteren’ by AWG architects has been nominated for the NRP Gulden Feniks 2018 in the category ‘transformation’.
Manifesta 12 in Palermo, Sicily
On the occasion of Manifesta 12 Belgian architectural office ROTOR will intervene on the complicated situation regarding the landscape of Pizzo Sella, a hill marred by unauthorised building.
The Belgian offices of Schenk Hattori and Sugiberry have been selected – together with five Japanese agencies – for the prestigious Under-35 Architects (U-35) prize and accompanying exhibition in Osaka, Japan.
The memorial site for the victims of the terrorist attack on the island of Utoya will be designed by Bureau Bas Smets from Belgium, Manthey Kula and Matthias Ekman, from Norway.
The winners of the European Prize for Urban Public Space were announced on 21 June 2018. Brussels-based 51N4E were awarded first prize for Skanderbeg Square in Tirana (Albania).


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