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Martine Pollier
Tempelhof 21, 8000 Brugge
T +32 50 322 420

Theme 2021

Architecture and public space have the goal of bringing people together, connecting them. Space will be crucial, with particular attention to the mixing and transition between private, public and collective space, within the overarching theme of togetherness.

Archipel on the Go
Housing in the outskirts, Bruges modernism: a case on the fringe?

Archipel on the go, on foot or by bike, to discover architectural gems in Flemish cities. Let’s explore together!

Laura Muyldermans

In the context of the start of the Bruges Triennale 2021, with the theme TraumA, the architect Laura Muyldermans talks about how togetherness can be read in this context.

Sugiberry & Schenk Hattori
Meaning / Translations: Unspoken

Two young architectural firms working from Flanders and Japan investigate the unspoken in the cross-fertilization between both cultures: Sugiberry (Meaning) and Schenk Hattori (Translations).

LAMA landscape architects
Public Space

Public space is more important than ever in the days of COVID-19. Landscape agency LAMA from Lier is looking for innovative concepts by looking beyond the present and the common.

Archipel on the Go
Brussels, shared city

A bike tour through Brussels in search of architectural gems within the theme “Brussels, shared city!”

Archipel architectuur quiz
Questions out of the rich architectural archive

We stimulate the deepest depths of our architectural memory. Join in on our architecture quiz!

Wessel de Jonge (NL)
The fate of modernist buildings

Modernist buildings are all too often treated inferiorly within heritage. Wessel de Jonge explains the importance of preserving modernist buildings.

Lecture in the context of Heritage Days.

Imaginative city
In conversation with Klaske Havik (NL), Véronique Patteeuw and Bas Princen

From three different angles we enter into a dialogue about how the image of a city is managed and how the imagination is generated.

Event in collaboration with the Bruges Triennial 2021.

Architecture platform Ghent
Presentation of the Ghent Architecture Prize, launch of the Ghent architecture map

At the beginning of May, the Ghent Architecture Platform launched The Ghent Architecture Prize. It will be the prize for good design on Ghent territory.

From now on we will launch this prize every three years. Which building is the city making? The prize draws attention to the quality of our living environment and the importance of careful design.

A professional and public jury will determine their winners on the basis of the entries. The prizes will be festively presented to the winning teams of designers, clients and builders during the Festival of Architecture on October 14, 2021 at a unique location in Ghent.

Archipel on the Go
Ostend in Transit

A bike ride through Ostend in search of architectural gems within the theme of the architecture festival In Transit!

As part of the Ostend architecture festival 14-17 October 2021.

Kortrijk Creativity Week
Learning environments as a reinforcement of the urban structure

We are investigating how the educational infrastructure can be used as a permanent lever in the neighborhood and the urban environment, especially in times of COVID-19.

DRDH Architects (GB)
Hybrid entities

The precise, meticulous and solid work of London architects Daniel Rosbottom and David Howarth has grown continuously since 2000. Their work is characterized by their sensitive responsiveness to both physical and cultural context and by the quality of detailing and construction within strict time and budget constraints.

This lecture was created in the 2020 Archipel programme “unspoken” but has been delayed due to COVID-19.

Gideon Boie
Did someone talk about invisible care?

What have the pilot projects for Care of the Flemish Government Architect brought about? Gideon Boie evaluates based on a number of realizations.