The exhibition 'Prelude. A weaving generation' by curators Jantje Engels, Marius Grootveld and Sophie de Caigny, has travelled from the DAM in Frankfurt to M HKA in Antwerp and will open on friday june 16th as part of the 'Festival van de Architectuur'.
For more information, please visit: festivalvandearchitectuur and VAI
Among four other teams, Monadnock has been selected for the second phase of the 'Kunstwerf' competitionin Groningen. 107 Visions were submitted for the first phase of this competition concerning a new cultural cluster in the Ebbingekwartier area.
For more information, please visit: Architectuur Lokaal
Monadnock participates in the exhibition 'Wonen in Stadshart' in Groningen which will be opened on the 22 of May by Government Architect Floris Alkemade and Alderman Roeland van der Schaaf. The exhibition shows proposals that were made for the Manifestation 'Wonen in Stadshart', organized by the City of Groningen.
For more information, please visit: Wonen in Stadshart
On behalf of curator Benedict Esche / Kollektiv-A, Monadnock is invited to give a lecture at the Maximiliansforum in Munich, as part of the event 'Prinzip Hoffnung'. For more information, please visit this link: Prinzip Hoffnung
On behalf of prof. dipl.-ing. Uwe Schröder
Monadnock is invited as a guestcritic for the final presentations of the wintersemester at the RWTH Aachen,
Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet Raumgestaltung.
For more information, please visit: Raumgestaltung
Monadnock will take part in the symposium 'MEAN DETAIL' at the Knowlton School of Architecture in Columbus, Ohio.
For more information, please visit: Knowlton School
On Thursday march 30th Monadnock will talk about recent projects at The Graham Foundation, as part of the exhibition 'Spaces without Drama' curated by LIGA / Wonne Ickx and Ruth Estevez.
For more information, please visit: Graham Foundation
Monadnock will lecture at The Univsity of Illinois in Chicago, college of Architecture, Design and Arts. On behalf of Thomas Kelley (NormanKelley) Monadnock will be part of the spring lecture series, and focus on recent work and motives.
For more information, please visit: UIC