MONADNOCK IN SAN ROCCO 'BOOK OF COPIES' EXHIBITION AA-GALLERY LONDON 2013

MONADNOCK contributed to the 'Book of Copies' by San Rocco Magazine, which is presented in the AA Gallery London.
From the 5th of october until the 2nd of november the exhibition is open monday to friday 10:00–19:00 and saturday 10:00–15:00, unless otherwise stated.
     

For more information, please visit: San Rocco or AA Gallery

EXHIBITION DESIGN BY MONADNOCK OPENED 2013

The exhibition design MONADNOCK made for 'Villa Zebra' in Rotterdam, opened on friday the 20th of september. The exhibition displays the work of 15 artists within its curving walls.

For more information please visit: Villa Zebra

MONADNOCK proposes plan for a new hotel 2013

MONADNOCK proposes a plan for new hotel in Rotterdam as part of 'PLUG' research project, during an expertmeeting wednesday july 3rd. This event was organised by Airfoundation.

For more information, please visit: Airfoundation or De Architect

MONADNOCK IN EXHIBITION AND PUBLICATION ' REACTIVATE' 2013

Monadnock was invited to be part of the publication and exhibition 'Reactivate, Responsive Innovators of Dutch Architecture'.

For more information please visit: trancity

PUBLICATION PILOTPROJECT ON FLEMISH COLLECTIVE HOUSING 2013

The researchproject on collective housing in Flanders was presented in the Flemish government and published.

For more information, please visit: Pilootprojecten Wonen

MONADNOCK LECTURES IN HASSELT - BELGIUM 2013

On Tuesday 19th of March MONADNOCK has been invited to lecture, as part of the A-Z lectureseries in Z33 Hasselt, Belgium.

For more informations, please visit: ArchitectuurWijzer

SELECTED FOR RESEARCH PROJECT ON FLEMISH COLLECTIVE HOUSING

The proposal of an international team has been selected for a pilot project on habitation, containing initiator Trans, accompanied by Something Fantastic, V+, Must, DGMR, Urban Solutions, Filip Dujardin and Monadnock. The research project focusses on collective housing in Flanders and is commisioned by the Flemish Government.

WINNING ENTRY FOR VISITORS’ CENTRE HOGE VELUWE NATIONAL PARK

In the spring of this year, the Hoge Veluwe National Park put out an open call for the design of a new visitors’ centre. Out of eighty entries, seven offices were selected to present their vision of the new building (information desk, Park shop, restaurant, reception areas and toilets).
The final selection comprises the combination of Monadnock and De Zwarte Hond.According to the National Park, the vision of Monadnock and De Zwarte Hond contains a good balance between an attractive new building and an unassuming appearance, which dovetails with the landscape of the Park’s central area – designed by H+N+S Landscape Architects. The idea to situate the building in an open space along the edge of the forest is consistent with this.
An important consideration in the final selection was the uncomplicated basic form of the proposal, combined with an extraordinary interior. The vision regarding the building’s spatial section, and its sustainability, were both deemed excellent by the National Park. The Hoge Veluwe National Park describes its selection of Monadnock and De Zwarte Hond as a combination of experienced and talented architects, in keeping with the rich architectural tradition of the National Park. With great pleasure, we eagerly anticipate the continuation of this collaboration with the National Park in the forthcoming design process. The construction process is set to start in 2014, on the condition of funding.

For more information, please visit: De Hoge Veluwe

GUESTCRITIC ETH ZURICH, JOB FLORIS / MONADNOCK 2012

2012 december 18th & 19th, interim guest critic at the ETH Zurich, invited by the chair Märkli / Peter,"Das Hotel und die Stadt".

For more information, please visit: http://www.maerkli-peter.arch.ethz.ch/

MONADNOCK PART OF 'POST-CITY' - LUXEMBOURG CONTRIBUTION VENICE BIENNIALE 2012

Monadnock was invited by Yi-der Chou, Radim Louda and Philippe Nathan on behalf of Fondation de l’Architecture et de l’Ingénierie, Luxembourg to contribute to the publication of Post-City, a part of the Luxembourg contribution to the Venice bienniale 2012

For more information please visit: www.futurabold.lu/en/