On behalf of the literary magazine DW B Christophe van Gerrewey has invited 50 architects to depict a structure which was described in literature.
For more information, please visit: dwb
Monadnock is invited to lecture during the symposium on reflections of design-driven practices, which will take place on 21 November and on 3 and 4 December 2014 on the Faculty of Architecture in Munich.
For more information, please visit: TUM
On behalf of ARCH+ magazine and The Dutch Embassy in Berlin, Monadnock will lecture on recent projects and reflections.
The installation of the tent-like ceiling elements means the new office for Royal Tichelaar in Makkum is taking shape. Monadnock created a new interior space within the factory building that was designed in 2006. The office, previously situated in a different location, will now have a strong connection with the production floor. In a pratical as well as a visual way. The custom made ceiling refers to tent rooms. It filters the daylight entering through the roof and hides all technical equipments.
In the town of Nieuw Bergen construction of the Landmark building has started. This project is an evolution of the 'Belfort' design which can be seen in the selected projects section of the website.
Of houses is an online platform for old forgotten houses, initiated by Daniel Tudor Munteanu. Monadnock was invited to contribute with a collection of forgotten houses, and selected ten residential projects from The States in the period between 1960-1970
Form more information, please visit this link: of houses
'Codes and Continuities in Architecture, conversations about inventions and traditions in contemporary architectural practice'. Department of Architecture, Unversity of Wüppertal, 13 June 2014, 13.00 – 18.30 hrs.
For more information, please visit: arthist.net
As part of the series NL-VL Reset, Monadnock will lecture in deSingel, Antwerp.
For more information, please visit: Vlaams Architectuur Instituut
The German magazine ARCH+ publishes a double issue 214 / 215, featuring a group of emerging European architects.
For more information, please visit: Archplus
This new issue of OASE magazine sheds light on a set of modernist
architectural approaches that have languished in the shadow of their
canonical counterparts. In this way, OASE offers points of departure for
rethinking contemporary design attitudes.The so-called shadow
canon epitomises an alternative set of design sensibilities and
attitudes toward typology, tectonics and composition and advocates the
presence of tradition as a means of rearticulating the modern. This
double edition of Oase will have great relevance for a contemporary
national and international discourse and practice characterised by a
relentless search for more nuanced approaches to the built environment.
Edited by Tom Avermaete, David de Bruijn, Job Floris
The issue will be presented in deSIngel on the 25th of march.
For more information, please visit: OASE Journal for Architecture