The next few months are filled with book presentations and exhibitions. We have listed them down here for you.
6 November 20.00 - Architecture Now 10, Pakhuis de Zwijger
Author Mélanie van der Hoorn will be speaking at this edition of the talkshow Architecture Now.
Objective Netherlands - Changing Landscape 1974-2017
18 - 28 October - Photo Festival Schiedam, Exhibition Objective Netherlands
18 October - Previous to start Photo Festival Schiedam: Book Launch, Objective Netherlands, Changing Landscape 1974-2018, Sint Jans Kerk/Grote Kerk, Schiedam
24 October - Symposium, Recollecting Landscapes, Lecture by Reinjan Mulder, DeSingel Antwerp
28 October - Finnisage Photo Festival Schiedam, Exhibition Objective Netherlands.
The Prix de Rome is the oldest and most generous Dutch award for architects below the age of 35. The purpose of the award is to identify talented architects and visual artists and to encourage them to develop and increase their visibility.
This edition of the Prix de Rome Architecture focuses on two extremes in architecture, urban planning and landscape architecture. These extremes are featured in two rounds, based in two very different locations in the Netherlands. The international jury of the Prix de Rome has selected four architects for the shortlist of the Prix de Rome 2018. The nominees are: Alessandra Covini / Studio Ossidiana, Bram van Kaathoven, Katarzyna Nowak en het duo Rademacher de Vries. For the final round the four candidates are challenged to make a fictional design for the Sixhaven area in Amsterdam.
From 19 October onwards Het Nieuwe Instituut presents the work of the four nominees for the Prix de Rome Architecture 2018.
19 November - Talk and Book Signing
Too Big tells the inside story of the American federal response in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. The late 2012 storm that ravaged the New York-New Jersey region revealed the true physical and social vulnerabilities that all coastal cities face from sea level rise to extreme weather events.
Get the inside story of Rebuild by Design at this book talk and signing. Henk Ovink, Dutch special envoy for International Water Affairs and principal for the Obama Administration’s effort, explains the innovative process he led, which was focused on building coalitions and running an intense international design effort. Register for free via: National Building Museum Washington D.C.