The current and the last 10 editors-in-chief of the Italian architecture magazine DOMUS compiled a selection of architecture firms known for cultural innovation: ‘100+ best architecture firms 2019’.
In the March issue ‘Schluss mit der Egoshow’, the German architecture magazine Baumeister investigates how a paradigm shift is taking place in architecture: young European offices have a new self-image that no longer focuses on the personality cul
The Belgian pavilion will take the form of a vegetable arch, a garden building with distinguished curves that expresses the dynamics of Belgium in motion.
This summer, ‘Stynen2018’ gains an overseas follow-up in the form of an exhibition at the London Festival of Architecture 2019. 
To coincide with ‘Flemish Week’ in North Rhine-Westphalia, the Flanders Architecture Institute organised a study day entitled ‘Encounters in Architecture’.
Because Architecture Matters (BAM) organises an ideas competition for architecture students and young graduates worldwide which is held in parallel with the architecture competition for the transformation of the 
2020 marks the 60th anniversary of Intercommunale Leiedal, which they wish to celebrate by highlighting in a unique way the space and landscape we are active in.
The article ‘Contemporary B&B hides behind ageing façade in Ghent’s old town’ recounts the conversion of a residence in the historical centre of Ghent into a bed and breakfast where there is a continuous flow of public and private spaces. 
Low Architecten features in Domus online with  the school Merlijn in Tongeren. The school stands at the centre of a park in Tongeren, where it links to facilities aimed at all stages of childhood. 
The article ‘The city is a mine! Rotor: a portrait’ recounts the work of Belgian collective Rotor and their radical approach to the concept of re-use in architecture.


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