The Atlas House
won the Wienerberger Brick Award 18 in the category 'Feeling at Home'. The winning projects were revealed during the award ceremony in the Albert Hall in Vienna on the 28th of May. An independant jury of 5, chaired by Jonathan Sergison, selected the 7 best out of 50 shortlisted projects worldwide.
The Atlas house is among the featured projects in the exhibition '44 Low-resolution Houses' at the Princeton University School of Architecture, curated by Michael Meredtih and designed by MOS architects. The exhibition opened on the 11th of september.
For more information, please visit: lo-res and MOS
The Swiss magazine Modulør is publishing a substantial part on the 'New Dutch' in their most recent issue. Along the subtitle 'Mind the Context', attention is being paid to the practices which have been critical about the Superdutch years in Dutch architecture, such as Hans van der Heijden, Office Winhov. Happel Cornelisse Verhoeven, Lilith Ronner van Hooijdonk, Donna van Milligen Bielke and Buro van Eig. This publication was accompanied with interviews by guest-editor Kirsten Hannema. For more information, please visit: Modulør
The German magazine Bauwelt, Bauwelt Praxis Juli 2018, contributes a theme-issue on masonry, in which the Atlas house is published along with a dialogue on the meaning of masonry, craftmenship and Post-modenrism.
On behalf of the Sir John Soane Museum in London, Monadnock is invited for a talk in the series about Post-Modernism with David Knight of DK-CM Architects
For more information, please visit: Soane
TU Graz / EinWerk in collaboration with Haus der Architektur in Graz have invited Monadnock to give a lecture about recent work on thursday 28th of june at 19:30h.
For more information, please visit: HDA
On behalf of Professor Florian Riegler, Institut für Architektur und Städtebau - Baukonstruktion -at the Universitat der Kunste Berlin, Monadnock is invited for a lecture about recent work.
Monadnock will lecture in the series 'Trouble With Classicists' at the EPF Lausanne, on behalf of professor Kersten Geers.
The Japanese A+U magazine issue no. 570 of March, features a reflection on the second Chicago Architecture Biennial in 2017, with the theme 'Make New History' as formulated by the artistic directors Sarah Johnston and Mark Lee of JohnstonMarklee. The magazine features an impressive line up of contributions, among of which our installation 'Make Big Plans' as exhibitied in the Chicago Cultural Centre, and the private residence the Atlas House.
For more information, please visit: A+U