BOZAR and A+ Architecture in Belgium delve into their audio-visual archives to bring some of the most interesting architecture lectures to your screen.
We start with David Chipperfield, who filled our Henry Leboeuf hall up to the very last seat last year with a lecture about his new museum in Berlin and urbanism as an instrument for social engagement. Enjoy!
"The plan is about the rational and the section is about emotion.” - Shelley McNamara
Next up it’s the turn of Grafton Architects, who recently won the Pritzker Architecture Prize. (Re)discover their visit to the Centre for Fine Arts in 2013, and the extraordinary relationship they cherish between architecture and the public space.
We would like to present you the conference of Arno Brandlhuber, Berlin-based architect and activist who designed Antivilla and the Terassenhaus in Berlin, which was shortlisted for the EU Mies Award 2019.
We invited Monadnock for a lecture at BOZAR in Brussels. As part of this conference, we asked the Dutch office to specifically reflect on the architecture of villages, the topic of the February issue of A+ Architecture in Belgium (A+282).
Discover the lecture by Christian Kerez, the radical Swiss architect who talked about his new office building in Lyon Confluence explaining the unusual concrete structure and several housing projects in Switzerland amongst which the house he built for his mother.
The lecture by architect Adrien Verschuere took place in September 2019. This conference inaugurated Performance & Performativity, the first monographic exhibition dedicated to the singular realm of BAUKUNST.
“The amazing thing about architecture is the fact that it becomes part of the real world, of concrete reality.” In 2011 Adam Caruso, from the office Caruso St. John, gave a lecture named “Almost everything” at BOZAR. We invite you to (re)discover this little gem. Enjoy!