Poème Electronique by architect-painter Le Corbusier, composer Edgard Varèse and architect-composer Iannis Xenakis was the multimedia sensation of Expo ’58. From the outset, however, client Philips had his own idea about the play of color, light and sound. Architect Jan de Heer and composer Kees Tazelaar made an accurate analysis of Le Corbusier’s original, never executed scenario in Van harmonie tot chaos. They bring their story and their completely new overwhelming reconstruction.
In collaboration with Designregio Kortrijk and the intermunicipal company Leiedal, Archipel organizes an architecture lecture at the end of October within the ‘week of design’.
Three offices from the region get a podium.
Landscape architect Andy Malengier leads us along four of his projects in West Flanders: oases of peace and quiet in Wervik – Poperinge – Vleteren and Oostnieuwkerke. Register in time because the places are limited!
Landscape architect Andy Malengier designs oases of peace and quiet: places that modern man needs in his everyday world.
Within the framework of mastery and detail, interior architects and furniture makers will be presented this year in an inspiring sparkling presentation according to the PechaKucha concept.
In tow in a guided tour through the city center to discover the installations of the Triennale with an experienced guide.
Wim Goes leads us into the world of his architecture. The lecture is followed by a dialogue between art philosopher Volkmar Mühleis and Wim Goes.
Hubert De Witte (director Musea Brugge) dives into the history of the church, after which Hera Van Sande (employee Toyo Ito pavilion Burg, Bruges 2002) indicates the importance of this place as muse for the pavilion of Toyo Ito.
For 30 years, the Dutch Benedictine monk and architect Dom Hans van der Laan taught practicing architects. His lessons were devoted to a deeper quest: to record the foundations of architecture once and for all.
The book offers a comprehensive overview of the work of Robbrecht and Daem architects from the early eighties to the present. Why there are ’5 Themes, 9 Key Projects, 11 Titles, 49 Voices, 63 Projects, 75 Glosses’ etc .. etc ..
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