The exhibition Dierendonckblancke. Praxis has been selected among more than 740 international proposals to be part of the prestigious XII International Architecture Biennale of São Paulo, for the core exhibition ‘Architectures of the Everyday’ to take place between September and December 2019 at CCSP in São Paulo; the opening will be 10 to 13 September.

The exhibition will include a reduced and adapted version of the exhibition BOZAR and A+ Architecture in Belgium coproduced and which has been on show at the Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels from 4 April to 23 June 2019.

Dierendonckblancke’s presentation will include the projects 12 kameren (a private home), Riemst (an elementary school), OC Kasterlee (a community center), and Het GielsBos (a healthcare facility for disabled people). Four short films, made by Filip Dujardin, will show the projects in use.

These realisations illustrate not only everyday life spaces and use, but also the everyday production of architecture via the modus operandi of their Ghent based office. 

Coproduction : BOZAR, A + Architecture in Belgium
Support: Vlaamse Overheid, Febelcem

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