Experience architecture!

Countries: Germany 11-20 / 27

Lecture by Gilbert Decouvreur

't Leerhuys, Brugge

Poelzig is a robust piece of nature, pristine and original. He moved casual in his rooms, he spoke with a unobstructed and natural voice as of a child.

Trip Berlin /04/2002

Berlijn en omgeving, Berlijn

The city of Berlin is an emotionally loaded city, a mystical metropolis. The images of Berlin are burned into our collective memory. Berlin is a city with an ‘Earth-shaking’ history in a country with a horrific past.

Lecture by Gilbert Decouvreur

't Leerhuys, Brugge

Bruno Taut embodies the quest after the artistic avant-garde, the ethical social upgrading and the developement of the Gesamts-art.

Trip Architecture and Recuperation /08/2000

Hannover, Duisburg, Gelsenkirchen...

The first trip is the virtual world of the Hanover Expo. What is the future of mankind? The second trip is the real journey through the Ruhr region, which gives a real picture of what “recovery” for the architecture can do.

Lecture own work

Interieur, Kortrijk Xpo, Kortrijk

In the exhibition “Light & Design ‘at Interieur 98 Ingo Maurer will present his new poetic paper lamps which he developed in collaboration with Dagmar Mombach.

Lecture Lichtdesigns

IB-lichtateljee, Sint-Andries Brugge

In addition to designing some 100 fixtures and lighting, he provided various museums, galleries and others their lighting design.

Visit Neuss + Maastricht

Neuss, Maastricht

Hombroich is the antithesis of the quirky architectural demonstrations found everywere in Germany as temples of art. Hombroich negated any museology. And to make the comparison with the classic mureale museum, we return along the recent finished Bonnefantenmuseum by Aldo Rossi in Maastricht.

Lecture by Paul Kongs

't Leerhuys, Brugge

His style is characterized by clean lines and a consistent use of steel and glass and constructive clever and aesthetically pleasing corner solutions. The absence of ornaments marked a clear break with tradition.

Lecture with Karljosef Schattner & Marc Dubois

Hoger Technisch Instituut, Brugge, Sint-Michiels Brugge

After an introduction by Marc Dubois on the works of Karl Josef Schattner in Eichstatt, we ask Schattner to put his views regarding the problems of contemporary architecture in valuable historical sites and specifically his vision of Bruges.

Lecture by Jan Schreurs

't Leerhuys, Brugge

Our view of Berlin is still a little conditioned by the propaganda of the IBA-Machine. Making a virtue of necessity, can IBA be used to examin the past and the future of the current Berlin?