SPECIAL MENTION FRITZ HÖGERPREIS 2017

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.

For more information, please visit: Fritz Höger Preis

BOOKPRESENTATION 'WISH' GRONINGEN 30.10.2017

Monadnock took part in the manifestation 'Wonen in Stadshart' (Living in the heart of the City) initiated by the municipality of Groningen and Platform GRAS. The results are published in the book 'WISH' which will be presented on monday October 30th at 17:00h in the Borgmanschool in Groningen.

For more information, please visit: GRAS

ARCHITHESE LECTURE ARCHITEKTUR FORUM ZURICH 12.10.2017

On behalf of Archithese, Monadnock will lecture in the Architekturforum Zurich, on the occasion of their latest issue 'Bri-Collagen'

For more information, please visit: Architese

REGISTER 15 - LECTURE AT KINGSTON UNIVERSITY - LONDON 11.10.2017

On behalf of Andrew Clancy, Monadnock will lecture and have a conversation at the Kingston School of Art, Department of Architecture and Landscape. It will be made available afterwards as a podcast here.

For more information, please visit: Kingston Arch + Land

OPENING CHICAGO ARCHITECTURE BIENNIAL 15.09.2017

The Chicago Architecture Biennial 2017 has officially been opened during the Opening Reception on friday night, the 15th of September. Monadnock contributes to the exhibitions in the Cultural Centre  with a two-piece installation on the 4th floor entitled 'Make Big Plans'. The second edition of the Biennial was curated by Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee of Los Angeles based architecture firm Johnston Marklee. It showcases the work of over 140 participants, gathered together around the invitation to ‘Make New History’, and takes place from September 16, 2017 to January 7, 2018. Photograph: Tom Harris.

For more information, please visit: Chicago Architecture Biennial

MONADNOCK IN MASTERCLASS 2017 ARCHITECTURE FOUNDATION LONDON 06.09.2017

Monadnock is leading one of the studios in the Architecture Foundation's masterclass 2017 with London-based David Kohn (DKA), Barcelona-based Anna Puigjaner (MAIO), alongside Marie-José Van Hee, Peter St John, Stephen Taylor, Jan Peter Wingender, Cathy Hawley, Hugh Strange and Daniel Rosbottom. The masterclass will be an intensive five day program in the epic Florey Building in Oxford by James Stirling.

For more information, please visit: AF

PUBLICATION IN SWISS MAGAZINE ARCHITHESE - ISSUE 3 ON 'BRI-COLLAGEN' 05.09.2017

The latest issue of Swiss magazine Archithese includes a reflective article on the topic of Collage / Bri-collage in the work of Monadnock.

For more information, please visit: Archithese

LANDMARK BUILDING PUBLISHED IN '100 CONTEMPORARY BRICK BUILDINGS' 04.09.2017

The recent, two-volume Taschen publication '100 Contemporary Brick Buildings', which aims 'to cover the most exciting and innovative brick buildings of the past 15 years, from Argentina to New Zealand', includes the Landmark building in Nieuw Bergen. It was edited by Philip Jodidio.

For more information, please visit: Taschen

PROTOTYPES AND EXPERIMENTS 9, AT ARAM GALLERY LONDON 13.07.2017

Monadnock was invited to exhibit in the Aram Gallery in London, among a spicy group of designers and architects: Assa Ashuach, Conor Taylor, de Allegri Fogale, fala atelier, Ineke Hans, Jenny Banks, Louie Rigano & Gil Muller, Map Project Office, Merel Karhof & Marc Trotereau, MOS Architects, Opendesk, Point Supreme, Rezzan Hasoglu, Sam Jacob Studio, Samuel Wilkinson, Shin Azumi, Studio Furthermore, Theo Riviere and Zuza Mengham. A large drawing of our winning competition entry for the Chicago Centre of Architecture, Design and Education will be presented in the 'Prototypes and Experiments 9' exhibition, opening thursday July 13th untill August 19th. Photograph: Amandine Alessandra. For more information, please visit: The Aram Gallery

LANDMARK BUILDING PUBLISHED IN ARCH+ 30.07.2017

Monadnock's Landmark Building is published in the latest issue of the German magazine ARCH+. It's issue #229 titled 'In the end: Architecture'. The online edition of the magazine can be read in English here.

For more information, please visit: Arch+