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From Thursday 8 till Friday 9th, a symposium on the Practice of Architectural Research will take place at KU Leuven Faculty of Architecture, Campus Sint – Lucas Ghent. Part of the symposium will be organized at Roosenberg Abbey by Dom Hans van der Laan. Key note lectures will be delivered by Wilfried Wang (University of… Continue reading Symposium: the Practice of Architectural Research
Instead of a new book, Van der Laan expert Caroline Voet created a website, a digital study room of the Dutch Benedictine monk and architect Dom Hans van der Laan (1904-1991). It guides you through his theory on the three architectonic scales and his own proportional series of the plastic number. It equally shows several… Continue reading New educational website on the work of dom Hans van der Laan
The research groups A2I and ARP will host an open seminar entitled: “Beyond the text of theory. Disclosing some perspectives”. Speakers: prof. Philipp Felsch (Humboldt-Universität, Berlin) and three PhD students from the Faculty of Architecture, KU Leuven: Sebastiaan Loosen, Samuel O’Connor Perks and Janno Martens. The seminar takes place in the context of the FWO funded Scientific Research Network ‘Texts… Continue reading Research seminar: Beyond the Text of Theory. Disclosing some perspectives
WORKSHOP (in Dutch) – 22.02.2019 The future of many churches in Flanders is uncertain. Especially in the periphery of city and in the countryside, where many churches have been built in the post-war period. What is the future of these church buildings? On Friday, February 22, 2019, AR-TUR and KU Leuven wil be looking for… Continue reading Workshop (in dutch): De kerk buiten (de stad)
Dom Hans van der Laan: A House for the MindThe book Dom Hans van der Laan: A House for the Mind is being published by the Flanders Architecture Institute on the occasion of the exhibition Dom Hans van der Laan. A House for the Mind which took place in 2017 at deSingel in Antwerp. Author Caroline Voet (KU Lueven) worked… Continue reading ‘Dom Hans Van Der Laan. A house for the mind’ written by Caroline Voet wins architectural book award 2018
OPEN RESEARCH SEMINAR – 11 DECEMBER 2018 The research groups A2I and ARP (Department of Architectuur) will host an open seminar entitled: “The Agency of Display: Architecture Exhibitions and the Construction of Postmodern Architecture” on December 11th 2018. Speakers: prof. Véronique Patteeuw and prof. Léa-Catherine Szacka. The seminar takes place in the context of the… Continue reading Research seminar: The Agency of Display: Architecture exhibitions and the construction of postmodern architecture
CALL FOR PAPERS – INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ARP member Ashika Singh is co-organizing the following conference: DISPLACEMENT & DOMESTICITY SINCE 1945. REFUGEES, MIGRANTS, EXPATS MAKING HOMES It will take place on March 28-29th 2019 in Brussels, under the joint patronage of EAHN and KU Leuven. The goal of this conference is to critically engage with and reflect on the ways in… Continue reading Conference: Displacement & Domesticity since 1945. Refugees, migrants, expats making homes.
Prof. Sven Sterken obtained a visiting fellowship to the University of Queensland from 31st July until 31st August 2018. During his stay in Brisbane he will study the archives of Archbishop James Duhig (1871-1965), known as ‘James the Builder’ since he raised finance for no less than 400 church buildings during his tenure. In particular, he will study… Continue reading Sven Sterken visiting fellowship University of Queensland
EXHIBITION – until 14.01.2018 At deSingel, you have the change to discover the unique universe of architect and monk Dom Hans van der Laan. You can also combine a visit at the exhibition with a guided tour in the abbey of Roosenberg in Waasmunster, one of van der Laan’s masterpieces. This exhibition was curated by… Continue reading Exhibition: Dom Hans Van Der Laan