Exhibitions – STAR http://st-ar.nl strategies + architecture - Rotterdam Thu, 08 Jun 2017 19:00:26 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Mirador del Palmeral Exhibited in Maison de l’Architecture in Lille at the Group Exhibition: “Barnum City”. http://st-ar.nl/mirador-del-palmeral-exhibited-in-maison-de-larchitecture-in-lille-at-the-group-exhibition-barnum-city/ Tue, 15 Apr 2014 20:29:04 +0000 http://st-ar.nl/?p=14843 April 15, 2014

The Mirador project of STAR (1st prize in competition in 2009) will be exhibited at the Maison de l’Architecture et de la Ville Nord-Pas de Calais in Lille, France from April 15 until June 21, 2014.

Other exhibited projects include:
– Zénith de Paris, Paris (1985) – Chaix & Morel (FR)
- Client : Ministère de la Culture
– La grange au lac, Évian (1994) – Construire + cabinet BAOS (FR) – Client : BSN (Danone)
– Tiger & Turtle – Magic Mountain, Duisbourg (2011) – Heike Mutter et Ulrich Genth (DE) – Client : Ville de Duisbourg
– Mirador pour la Palmeraie, Elche (2009) – STAR Strategies + architecture (NL)
- Client : Ville de Elche
– Mirador pour la Palmeraie, Elche (2009) – SANAA (JP) – Client : Ville de Elche
– Navy Pier(1), Chicago (2011) –  James Corner Field Operations (USA) – Client : The Centennial Vision
– Turda Salt Mine (2010) – Pro Atrium (RO) – Client : –
– Musée d’architecture, Londres (2013) – Atelier Zündel Cristea (FR)
- Client : Archtriumph
– Gow Nippon Moon (2012) – UN Studio (NL) – Client : Ferris Wheel Investment Co. Ltd
– Hôtel 6 étoiles dans le parc du Mercantour (1983) – Guy Rottier (FR) – Client : –
– Mumo (2010) – Adam Kalkin (USA)
- Client : Fondation L’art à l’enfance
– Centre Pompidou Mobile (2011) – Construire – Patrick Bouchain & Loïc Julienne (FR) – Client : Centre Pompidou
– Tipi (1992) 
- Chaix & Morel (FR)
- Client : Réunion des Musées Nationaux
– Théâtre mobile – Hans Walter Muller (FR) – Client : –
– Les grandes tables de l’île, Paris (2011) 1024 – Architecture + EXYZT (FR)
- Client : Les grandes tables + SAEM Val de Seine
– Quiet Motion (2013) – Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec (FR) – Client : BMWi
– Jane’s Carrousel(3), New York (2011) – Ateliers Jean Nouvel (FR)
 Client : Jane’s Carousel
– Carrousel des mondes marins, Nantes (2012)
 – La Machine + Nicole Condorcet et Christophe Theilmann (FR) – Client : SPL Le Voyage à Nantes
– Académie Fratellini, Saint Denis (2003) – Construire – Patrick Bouchain & Loïc Julienne (FR) – Client : Cirque Fratellini
– Centre National des Arts du Cirque, Châlons-en-Champagne (2011) – ARM Architecture (FR) – Client : OPPIC
– CIRC Pôle National des Arts du Cirque, Auch (2012) – ADH architectes (FR) – Client : Ville d’Auch (FR)

Films :
Interviews de Patrick Bouchain, Hans-Walter Müller, Nicolas Lemay

Production: Maison de l’architecture et de la ville
Curators: Odile Werner et Sophie Trelcat
Scenography: Pascal Masson
Graphic design: Les produits de l’épicerie

 

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« Co-Résidence : Habiter en Grand » in the Exhibition « Habiter le Grand Paris » at the centre 104 in Paris http://st-ar.nl/co-residence-habiter-en-grand-in-the-exhibition-habiter-le-grand-paris-at-the-centre-104-in-paris/ Mon, 01 Jul 2013 14:22:41 +0000 http://st-ar.nl/?p=14881 July 1 – July 7, 2013
“Co-Residence: Habiter en Grand”, concept developed by STAR for the AIGP was exhibited at the Centre 104 in Paris, France from June 1 until June 7, 2013.

From the site of the AIGP : Cette exposition présente la vision des quinze équipes pluridisciplinaires du Conseil Scientifique de l’AIGP sur Habiter le Grand Paris ainsi qu’un état des lieux du Grand Paris à travers le regard de trois photographes de l’agence Magnum Photos . Ces recherches s’articulent autour de six grands thèmes : Adaptabilité – Remodelage – Recyclage, Habiter et se déplacer, Modes de vie et typologies, Scénarios et récit métropolitain, Ville compacte / ville dispersée, Géographie et gouvernance, qui seront présentés par les quinze équipes lors du colloque de la Semaine de l’AIGP.


Beatriz Ramo had the chance to present the Co-Résidence concept to Bertrand Delanoë – Mayor of Paris, Aurélie Filippetti – French Minister of Culture, Jean Paul Huchon – president of the General Council of Île-de-France, Alain Amedro – vice-chairman of the Regional Council and Michel Teulet – General Counsel of Seine-Saint-Denis.

©Hoda HAMZEH /AIGP

 

 

 

 

 

 

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« Les Ardoines en Projets » : Exibition at « la Maison des Projets de Vitry-sur-Seine » http://st-ar.nl/les-ardoines-en-projets-exibition-at-la-maison-des-projets-de-vitry-sur-seine/ Tue, 11 Jun 2013 12:30:56 +0000 http://st-ar.nl/?p=15564 June 11- September 14, 2013 After a first presentation at the “Pavillon de l’Arsenal“, the exhibition about the Ardoines is opening at the “Maison des projets de Vitry-sur-Seine”.

Text from the website of EPA ORSA:

Consacrée à l’histoire et aux enjeux de ce territoire en mutation, elle dévoile également les propositions des équipes d’urbanistes désignées, en décembre 2012, par l’EPA et la ville de Vitry pour travailler sur la Zac Gare Ardoines (STAR strategies + architecture & FAA-Floris Alkemade Architect) et sur la Zac Seine Gare Vitry (atelier Germe & JAM).

Deux présentations de l’exposition suivies d’une visite sur site seront organisées, jeudi 20 juin à 14h et samedi 22 juin à 10h (Renseignements et inscription auprès de la Maison des projets : tél. 01 46 82 81 01 ou maisondesprojets@mairie-vitry94.fr)

 

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Mirador del Palmeral and O’Mighty Green Exhibited at Bureau Europa in Maastricht http://st-ar.nl/mirador-del-palmeral-and-omighty-green-exhibited-at-bureau-europa-in-maastricht/ Sat, 08 Jun 2013 20:34:53 +0000 http://st-ar.nl/?p=14926 June 8 – August 5, 2013

The Mirador project of STAR (1st prize in competition in 2009) and O’Mighty Green (satyr about the misuse of green in architecture) will be exhibited at Bureau Europa in Maastricht, the Netherlands from June 8th until August 5th as a selection of the New Dutch Generation of architects.

The group exhibition is called: ‘Radical Locality; actual potential’: Reactivate! Innovators of Dutch Architecture: Conceptual, Engaged and Pragmatic.

Other exhibited projects/office are:

AayuBavavla i.c.m. Studio Iris Schutten and Superuse StudiosBlok Kats van Veen ArchitectenBureau SLA i.s.m. Overtreders WBureau WijkwiskundeBureau ZWIRT i.c.m. Bureau M.E.S.T.By BaliDe Kort van SchaikDe Mannen van SchuimDELVA Landscape ArchitectsDoepel StrijkersDUS ArchitectsElastikExceptFABRICFact ArchitectsFLAT architectsFRANTZEN et al architecten, Jan Konings, LOLA landscape architectsMarc Koehler ArchitectsMaxim WinkelaarMONADNOCKMOPET architectenNEXT ArchitectsNLÉNon-fictionO+A strategies & architectureOlaf Gipser ArchitectsPlacemakersPOSADPowerhouse CompanyRAAAFSelfBB-collectiefSHIFT architecture urbanismSpace&matterSponge ArchitectSTAR strategies + architectureStealth.ultdStudio PapaverStudio Roosegaarde,Superuse StudiosXML Architecture Research UrbanismZECC ArchitectsZOFA architectenZUS [Zones Urbaines Sensibles].

Curator: Indira van ’t Klooster and Saskia van Stein
Exhibition Design: Maurer United Architects
Graphic Design: Our Polite Society
Layout: Meeusontwerpt
Communication: Margot Krijnen
Translations: Jason Coburn
Realization: INhout

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ZAC Gare Ardoines Exhibited at the Pavillon de l’Arsenal, Paris http://st-ar.nl/zac-gare-ardoines-exhibited-at-the-pavillon-de-larsenal-paris/ Wed, 17 Apr 2013 17:41:59 +0000 http://st-ar.nl/?p=14545 April 16, 2013
 
The exhibition Les Ardoines – Territoire Émergent du Grand Paris (Ardoines –EmergingTerritory of the Greater Paris) shows the history of, and the challenges presented by, this changingterritory ofGrand Paris and presents the results of the two competitions for the Northern and Southern parts of theArdoines Territory: the ZAC Gare Vity and the ZAC Gare Ardoines. The STAR project won the ZAC Gare Ardoines competition, winning against  SEURA architectes urbanistes and Reichen et Robert & Associés, both fromParis. Floris Alkemade and Beatriz Ramo are the directors of this project.
Here a short interview on the main points of the project:

The exhibition was inaugurated with a lecture, with the key players of the area participating.
More info here.


©Pavillion de l‘Arsenal

©Pavillion de l‘Arsenal


©Pavillion de l‘Arsenal

©Pavillion de l‘Arsenal

 

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Mirador del Palmeral exhibited in Seoul, Korea at the Korea Institute for Youth Facility and Environment http://st-ar.nl/mirador-del-palmeral-exhibited-in-seoul-korea-at-the-korea-institute-for-youth-facility-and-environment/ Fri, 23 Nov 2012 11:50:07 +0000 http://st-ar.nl/?p=14852 Nov 23 –Dec 23, 2012

The Mirador project of STAR (1st prize in competition in 2009) will be exhibited at the Korea Institute for Youth Facility and Environment in Seoul, from 22 until 28 November 2012 as a selection of prominent Spanish Architecture.  The exhibition shows 50 projects from different countries. The curators of the Spanish selection are María José Marcos and Gonzalo Herrero Delicado.

The exhibited projects/office from Spain are:
– Andrés Jaque – ‘NeverNeverland House’
– STAR – Beatriz Ramo ‘Mirador del Palmeral de Elche’
– Ábalos-Sentkiewicz – ‘Performing Arts Centre Taipei’
– XPIRAL – Javier Peña Galiano ‘Torreagüera Atresados’
– AMIDcero9 – Cristina & Efren ‘Palacio del cerezo en flor’
– Magicarch – ‘Water Tuning’

 

 

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Metaphor A-Z for Storefront Gallery, New York http://st-ar.nl/metaphor-a-z-storefront/ Tue, 26 Jun 2012 15:56:11 +0000 http://st-ar.nl/?p=13934 June 26, 2012

Beatriz Ramo is one of the thirty invited architects/artist to take part on the exhibition Aesthetics / Anesthetics at the Storefront from June 27 to July 28. The opening will be on June 26 at 7 pm.
STAR was invited by Storefront´s director Eva Franch i Gilabert to send a drawing or any other representational method relevant to represent/generate the Storefront for Art and Architecture today. STAR delivered a piece entitled: Metaphor A-Z + 5´ poem: Beautiful Triangles. Each of the 30 commissioned architectural drawings will be auctioned at the end of the exhibition.

Commissioned Artists Include:

Vito Acconci [New York]
Alisa Andrasek [London]
Aziza Chaouni [Toronto and Fez]
Luis Callejas [Colombia]
Teddy Cruz [Tijuana]
Frida Escobedo [Mexico]
ESKYIU – Eric Schuldenfrei and Marisa Yiu [ Hong Kong]
Ling Fan [Beijing]
Interboro Partners [New York]
Sam Jacob [London]
Andres Jaque [Madrid]
June 14 Meyer-Grohbrügge&Chermayeff – Johanna Meyer-Grohbrügge and Sam Chermayeff [Germany, New York]
Perry Kulper [Ann Arbor]
Jimenez Lai [Chicago]
Juergen Mayer H. [Berlin]
Leong Leong -Chris Leong & Dominic Leong [New York]
LTL -Paul Lewis, Mark Tsurumaki, David Lewis [New York]
MOS -Michael Meredith & Hilary Sample [New York]
OFFICE – Kersten Geers & David Van Severen [Brussels]
Jorge Otero-Pailos [New York], Productora [Mexico DF]
Philippe Rahm [Paris], Noura Al Sayeh [Bahrain]
Sho Shigematsu [OMA New York]
Julien De Smedt [Brussels-New York]
STAR strategies + architecture -Beatriz Ramo [Rotterdam]
Superpool – Selva Gurdogan – Gregers Tang Thomsen [Istanbul]
VisionArc -Landon Brown-Toshiko Mori- [New York]
WW – Sarah Whiting, Ron Witte- [Houston]
Michael Young – Young & Ayata [New York]
Alejandro Zaera Polo [London-New York]
Andrew Zago [Los Angeles]

Metaphor A-Z +  5-minute poem Beautiful Triangles
By Beatriz Ramo, STAR strategies + architecture
Mixed media: Hand-cut printed images + ink on cardboard

I_ In the invitation letter about the upcoming exhibition at the Storefront: Aesthetics/Anesthetics, Eva Franch asked me to participate by making a ‘drawing’ of the Storefront’s gallery space including a plan, a section, an elevation or any other representational method (…).

II_ While reading about Storefront I quickly came across this humorous sentence from The New Yorker about the gallery: The place is shaped like a slice of pizza, and it’s not much bigger, but there’s nothing small about the visions on view at Storefront for Art and Architecture. (…)
III_ Metaphors!

Metaphors are a frequently recurring instrument for many architects when communicating their projects. But too often metaphors are confused with concepts and then architecture unavoidably falls into banal, corny, and predictable associations, reducing the intrigue of a project to a dull one-liner.

IV_ My piece for the Storefront is a satirical collection of Storefront metaphors; from the inspiring NY pizza slice to a Spanish Jamón Ibérico; all of them triangles aiming to remind us of the iconic triangular plan of the Storefront.

V_ How many triangles and in which order? I found the answer in the Storefront’s inaugural event in 1982: Performance A-Z, and I made an alphabet of metaphors: Metaphor A-Z.

VI_ It seemed redundant to explain a satire, so I wrote a five-minute poem entitled: Beautiful Triangles.

VII_ I cut, glued and wrote it by hand


Metaphor A-Z:
A  Acheulean Axe
B  Borat’s Thong Swimsuit, 2006
C  Central Park View
D  Dadaist A, 1920
E   Elvis by Andy Warhol, 1963
F   Flatiron Building, 1902
G   Giacometti’s Man Striding, 1960
H  High Heel, United Nude
I    Il Monumento Continuo, Superstudio, 1969
J   Jamón de Jabugo
K  Koolhaas’s Nose
L   Leonardo’s Vitruvian Man, 1487
M  Mercury at Wembley Stadium ‘86
N  No Hubo Remedio, Goya, 1799
O  Old Megaphone
P   Polite way to discern a triangle in Flatland, 1884
Q   Quarter Past Four
R   Red Wedge by El Lissitzky, 1919
S   Storefront Gallery, NY
T  The Story of the Pool, Rem Koolhaas, 1977
U  U.S.A Tie
V  ‘Vogue’ video – Cone Bra, Madonna, 1990
W  West Pediment Parthenon, 432 BC
X   XL Pizza Slice
Y  Yummy French Fries
Z   Zenobia, Dance 1990, John Hejduk 

The 5-minute poem: Beautiful Triangles 

Beautiful triangles,
worn out metaphors;
we entrusted you with a mission:
so go! – and spread the word 
 
And there you go,
great architect on stage,
explaining your architecture,
don’t you get red in the face?

Beautiful triangles:
pizza, Freddie and Rem,
symbols of the Storefront,
will forever be stuck in the minds of them.

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Opening of the exhibition (pictures from Storefront Flickr):

 

From Storefront website:
Aesthetics / Anesthetics
on birds, axonometries, children, green, comics and 30 Storefronts

 



June 27 – July 28, 2012
Exhibition Opening: June 26, 2012, 7-9PM

What is it that an architectural drawing does and how does it do it? How can we distill beauty from cosmetics? How can new modes of representation produce new architectures and new sensibilities? 

Aesthetics/Anesthetics is an exhibition about architectural drawings.

Aesthetics/Anesthetics  invites audiences to reflect on the performing properties of architectural drawings, their purpose and aesthetic qualities, encouraging the architectural community and other creatives to push drawings, and with it architecture, beyond inherited acknowledged values. An image [and its after-image] carries within itself a history [or performative script] of characters, discourses, and conventions. During the last ten years there has been a resurgence of certain representational devices that have become architectural clichés operating almost as placeholders or decorative elements of an architecture unable to draw itself. We all have seen them: birds on beautiful skies, happy children with balloons, those axonometries… this exhibition is an invitation to let those clichés go and explore the performativity of the architectural drawing as a way to generate a new imaginary. The 30 drawings on display are an open door to reclaim a lost territory: the drawing.

The centerpiece of the exhibition is a collection of 30 newly commissioned architectural drawings. Each drawing depicts the Storefront Gallery space at 97 Kenmare, from the perspectives of a diverse group of emerging and established architects worldwide. The drawings reveal a different aspect of the space and are representative of the generative properties of the architect’s drawing. The gallery space, wallpapered with sourced images of birds, axonometries, children, green and comics cut from drawings produced in the past five years, reflects on the specific graphic devices used by architects to ignite certain feelings and properties in their drawings that the architectural drawing itself is unable to convey: skies filled with birds to portray movement, axonometries as a mode of applied intellectuality, children as life generators, green surfaces as magic ecological surfaces, or comics as prosthetic communicative devices.

A series of lectures and workshops that reflect on the purpose of the architectural drawing will be presented during the exhibition. Details will be posted here at a later date.

Each of the 30 commissioned architectural drawings will be auctioned at the end of the exhibition. Proceeds will support Storefront for Art and Architecture’s exhibitions and programs. For information on the auction, please email info@storefrontnews.org.

More images here

Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York
Aesthetics / Anesthetics
Metaphor A/Z + 5´ poem: Beautiful Triangles (mix media)
Group Exhibition
New York, United States of America
June 27 – July 28, 2012

 

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STAR selected for 3 Nations: England, Scotland, Netherlands – Emerging Architects http://st-ar.nl/star-selected-for-3-nations-england-scotland-netherlands-emerging-architects/ Mon, 07 Nov 2011 19:00:26 +0000 http://st-ar.nl/?p=12694 November 10, 2011

STAR has been invited to take part in 3 Nations: Emerging Architects in London on November 10.
The seminar is organized by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in London and it is aimed to establish relations between emerging architects in the Netherlands, Scotland, and England. An exhibition of the work of the selected architects from the Netherlands, Scotland and England will be launched on that day and it will be open to the public for 4-6 weeks. A selection of STAR’s projects will be featured in the exhibition.



3 Nations. Emerging Architects
Bureau Happold, 17 Newman Street
STAR strategies + architecture (8 prizes)
Group Exhibition
London, United Kingdom
November 9 – December 21, 2011

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STAR at Eme3 International Architecture Festival in Barcelona http://st-ar.nl/eme3_2011-6th-international-architecture-festival/ Tue, 05 Jul 2011 13:51:09 +0000 http://st-ar.nl/?p=12311 July 5, 2011

Last May STAR was selected to participate in the International Architecture Festival Eme 3 in Barcelona. Eme 3 is a market for avant-garde architecture founded in 1999 by the cultural association ADN. The sixth edition of this festival took place in Barcelona from June 30 to July 3.

STAR presented O’ Mighty Green in the Festival and Beatriz Ramo took part in a debate entitled Sustainability vs. Green-washing on July 1st at the COAC –Chamber of Architects in Cataluña.
The panel included Davidson Rafailidis, Stéphane Malka, Beatriz Ramo, and Roberto Ferlito from Nabito Architects. It was moderated by Mónica Tárrega Klein

O’Mighty Green was featured in the Saturday edition of La Vanguardia newspaper, distributed 230.000 times.

From eme3 site:
eme3 International Architecture Festival is back in its 6th edition. Under the topic WORK IN PROCESS: GLOBAL PROBLEMS, LOCAL SOLUTIONS, eme3_2011 will take place in Barcelona from30 of June to 3rd of July in several downtown exhibition centers: COAC (Col.legi d’Arquitectes de Catalunya) in the Cathedral’s Square, ARTS SANTA MONICA and the Design School ELISAVA on the Ramblas, and Disseny HUB in carrer Montcada (in front of Museu Picasso).
The festival’s format will continue as in previous years. Participants will present their projects in a cross way in the different sections: market (exhibition), scale 1:1 (urban interventions and prototypes), debates and lectures, audiovisual sessions and workshops.
The eme3 guideline, characterized as a festival that questions and confronts different points of views on architecture and its relationship to society, intends this year to provide with concrete answers to global solutions, which were presented and discussed in the last 2010 edition.
Thus, among other, questions will revolve around the contradictions between sustainable development and “green-washing”, the appropriateness of the use of technology resources compared to “low cost”, the urban impasses or the micro-urban policies affecting citizens in their daily lives.
Both participants and public will have the chance to experience and debate away from conventions and dogmas, facing and complementing ideas and being able to make one’s own opinion about the role of architecture today.

Eme3 International Architecture Festival – COAC Colegio de Arquitectos de Cataluña
Work in progress: Global problems, Local Solutions
O’Mighty Green – Oh Verde Todopoderoso
Group Exhibition
Barcelona, Spain
June 30 – July 3, 2011

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STAR at West Arch at the Ludwig Forum in Aachen, Germany http://st-ar.nl/star-at-west-arch-at-the-ludwig-forum-in-aachen-germany/ Sun, 12 Sep 2010 10:00:44 +0000 http://st-ar.nl/?p=3488 September 12, 2010

STAR strategies + architecture was invited to participate in the exhibition West – Arch, Architektur einer neuen Generation (West Arch, new generations in architecture).
The exhibition displays the work of 25 offices selected from the Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany.
The exhibition was open to the public from September 12 until November 28 at the Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst in Aachen, Germany.

From the exhibition:
The exhibition shows 25 flourishing architecture studios from Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany. It focus on newly constricted or modified buildings: one family homes, factory, and public buildings, but also a big wheel or a space station made from washing machines, It is about autonomous concepts, modern materials, network, cross-border and interdisciplinary co-operation, speculative architecture and the relationship between architecture and society. A pragmatic and sometimes ironical approach is typical of many projects. Economical, aesthetical, and ecological concepts go hand in hand. The relation between politics and architecture is used tactically and often temporarily.

Curator: Brigitte Franzen
Guest Curators: modulorbeat, Marc Günnewig and Jan Kampshoff
Offices:
2012 Architecten, Rotterdam
Anne Holtrop, Amsterdam
ANORAK, Brussels
Artgineering, Rotterdam
BeL, Cologne
DUS, Architects Amsterdam
FAR FROHN&ROJAS, Cologne, Santiago de Chile, Los Angeles
KOMMA4 Architekten, Cologne
LAb[au], Brussels
Lobomob, Wuppertal
Low architecten, Antwerp
Modulorbeat, Münster
NEXT architects, Amsterdam
NU architectuuratelier, Gent
OFFICE KGDVS, Brussels
One fine day, Düsseldorf
Pasel.künzel architects, Rotterdam
Powerhouse Company, Rotterdam
Rotor, Brussels
Space&matter, Amsterdam
STAR strategies+architecture, Rotterdam
STUDYO ARCHITECTs, Cologne
URA, Brussels
V Plus, Brussels
ZUS [Zones Urbaines Sensibles], Rotterdam

From the website:
The exhibiton “West Arch – a new generation in architecture” shows 25 architecture studios from Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany which all respond to present demands and problems in an experimental and unconventional way. The exhibition will present both spaces that have actually been realized as well as spaces in planning or considered possible. Characteristic interests, strategies and solutions are shown and emphasize aspects of production, materials, research and education, new media and technologies, sponsorship, support and competition, inspiring examples and networks. The specific and speculative nature of a new generation of architectural thinking and architectural strategies is of special interest.
Download invitation here


West Arch, A New Generation in Architecture  
Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst  

STAR strategies + architecture (10 projects)
Group Exhibition

Aachen, Germany.
September 12 – November 28, 2010







Images courtesy of Ludwig Forum

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