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.
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On behalf of the Architectural Association of Ireland, Monadnock will give a lecture in the Helen Roe Theatre, Dublin.
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Frame's publication The Other Office Three is out now. It comprises a curated
collection of recent workplace designs, featuring Monadnock's Royal Tichelaar Offices.
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The 'Landmark' building in Nieuw Bergen is one of forty projects that were shortlisted for
the biennial European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies
van der Rohe Award 2017. All forty projects are part of a travelling exhibition which, after Barcelona and Brussels, can be seen at SCHUNCK* in Heerlen, The Netherlands, from 28 January to 14 March 2018. The exhibition will be opened during a special event on the 27th of January at 17:00h.
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Monadnock will contribute to the exhibtion 'Letters to the Mayor' in Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam, opening on the 12th of January 2018.
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On behalf of Ellis Woodman, director of The Architecture Foundation in London, Monadnock is invited to talk about recent work in the lecture series 'Architecture on Stage' at the Barbican on the 7th of december 2017. Please do join us.
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Monadnock will lecture at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology on the 30th of november.
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Monadnock is shortlisted for the design of a new 7000m2 residential building in a courtyard at the Lützowufer in the centre of Berlin, close to the Neue National Gallery. The German project developer Euroboden invited 10 architecture practices to submit a proposal. Among them are David Kohn Architects, Valerio Olgiati, Office KGDVS, Francis Kéré and Aires Mateus.
The Landmark project received a Special Mention from the Fritz Högerpreis for Brick-Architecture in the category public buildings. More than 600 projects from all over the world competed in seven different categories for the 2017 awards.
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