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Book event '[UN]FINISHED' February 8th Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam

Book event '[UN]FINISHED' February 8th Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam

One of our latest publications [UN]FINISHED: Atlas of Athens' Incomplete Buildings - A Story of Hidden Antimonuments will be presented during the first edition of Omnibus, a new series of book events at the Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam. In each edition, presentation and talk will highlight two new publications. We are excited to be part of this evening!

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"Fugitive Archives" in magazine Domus n. 1086

Published in Domus n. 1086, 2023 - Courtesy of Archivio Domus - © Editoriale Domus S.p.A. 

Our recent publication Fugitive Archives: A Sourcebook for Centering Africa in Histories of Architecture has been included in this years January issue of Domus, a classic Architecture & Design magazine from Italy.

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Book launch & images "Reuse to Reduce"

Book launch & images

Image by The Book Photographer

Friday April 14th, together with Popma ter Steege we presented the new publication: Reuse to Reduce. Architecture within a Carbon Budget. The Case of BioPartner 5 - Popma ter Steege Architects. In this post we share imagery of the evening as well as a beautiful series of photos of the publication by The Book Photographer.

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Prix de Rome Architecture 2022 exhibition opening

Prix de Rome Architecture 2022 exhibition opening

Photo: Aad Hoogendoorn

The grand opening of the Prix de Rome Architecture 2022 exhibition named Healing Sites took place last week. The healing sites the nominated architects worked on during the past months will be on show until April 9th, 2023 in Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam. 

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"Future Cities" at IABR 2022 November 5th

November 5th, as part of the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam together with journalist and documentary filmmaker Stephanie Bakker, we take an innovative look at emerging global cities. In the book Future Cities, stories behind the statistics of urbanisation and growth, she focuses not on the negative effects of urbanisation, but on the strength of the city. What lurks in the DNA of the city and its inhabitants? How does that come about? And how does it help the city move forward?

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