The artist Gabriel Lester invited Monadnock to take part in his exhibtion 'Gabriel Lester's Unresolved Extravaganza' in De Appel Arts Centre in Amsterdam. Monadnock contributed with an architectural model. The exhibition runs from june 24th till october 2nd 2016.
Please find the press release here.
For more information, please visit: De Appel
For more imaginary of the exhibitied work, please visit: Studio KU+
On behalf of the faculty of Architecture and the Built environment, Monadnock is invited for a talk and debate on the future of design at the Technical University of Delft.
For more information, please visit: TUD
The recent issue of The German 'Baumeister- Das Architektur Magazin' brings an article by editor Alexander Russ on Monadnock in the section 'Köpfe'. Please download the article in German here.
For more information, please visit: Baumeister
Monadnock is part of the cabinet of curiosities of Daniel Tudor Munteanu/Ofhouses, set up within the Unfolding Pavilion at Ignazio Gardella’s Casa alle Zattere on the occasion of the opening of the 15th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia.
For more information, please visit: Unfolding Pavilion
Monadnock contributed to the publication Fundamental Acts by Matteo Ghidoni, which is being launched in Venice during the vernissage of the 15th Biennale of Architecture. The event will take place on Wednesday, 25th of May at 6:00 pm, and it will be hosted by Spiazzi, Castello 3865, Venezia
On behalf of Ryan Kennihan and Kevin Donnavan, Monandock is invited for the reviews of thesisyear 15/16 on the theme of 'Firmitas' at the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT)
The German blog Baunetz Wissen has published an article in their brickwork section on the Landmark: Baunetz
Two reviews of the new yearbook Dutch architecture describing the Landmark building in Nieuw Bergen. The national Dutch newspaper NRC published a review here: NRC, or download the article here. The Dutch website Archined published a review on the Yearbook: Archined
The Landmark building has been selected for the new Dutch Yearbook Architecture 2015-2016 and is appearing on the cover, among a selection of the 30 most notable Dutch buildings of the past two years. For more information, please visit these links:
For more information, please visit: TUGRAZ