> Exhibition travelling to Brussels, Rotterdam, London and Ghent (2018-2019)
> Publication in the magazine A+ (september 2019)
> Symposium in Ghent (Leuven University) in 2019
> Project Ryhove Urban Factory is nominated for a Mies van der Rohe Award.
> With contributions by Job Floris, Mark Brearley, Nina Rappaport, Filip Van de Voorde, Carolien Pasmans, Bram Aerts
This book documents the most recent realizations of urban factory facilities in Flanders designed by the upcoming architecture studio TRANS. In Flanders three recently built factory facilities showcase the potential of bringing manufacturing back to the city. Nina Rappaport (Vertical Urban Factory) and Job Floris (Monadnock architects) put these projects designed by Ghent-based architects TRANS into context.
Interviews with CEOs and policymakers give a ‘behind the scenes’ insight on the co-production of these pioneering projects and high-quality drawings and pictures show precise information on their construction. Also included is an interview with Mark Brearley (London Met) who relates the projects to an international context. Policymakers, investors, students and people interested in the much acclaimed Flemish architectural production will categorize it as an essential book on the topic.
Job Floris works for Monadnock architects, RAvB Rotterdam, OASE journal for architecture. Nina Rappaport is known for her reference work The Vertical Urban Factory. Mark Brearly works for the London Met and was part of the Mayor of London team.
October 2018 | available | TRANS architectuur | stedenbouw, Job Floris, Nina Rappaport, Mark Brearley | design: Ward Heirwegh | photography: Stijn Bollaert, Andr Nullens, Hannelore Veelaert, Annelies Vanstockstraeten | English | hardcover | 24,5 x 31,5 cm | 128 pages | illustrated (70 full color)
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