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Architecture well respresented on shortlist Prix de Rome Architecture

17 April 2014

Six of the ten nominees are alumni of the Faculty. Continue


English version 'Renewing City Renewal: A call for strong design'

17 April 2014

This book by Henk Engel, Endry van Velzen, en Olof van de Wal is now available via Open Access download op BK BOOKS.Continue


Capita Selecta Lecture series: "Infrastructure Things”

17 April 2014

The first Capita Selecta organized by the Chair of Public Building proposes an alternative lens to discuss the possibilities of infrastructure design. Speakers on 29 April are Filip Geerts and Luc Deleu.Continue


"Who creates the space?”

17 April 2014

On 8 May, Han Meyer and Frits Palmboom will discuss the the Delta programme as opportunity for spatial planning in 21st century. Continue


Building in extreme climates

17 April 2014

Initiators Mei Hongyuan of Harbin Institute of Technology and Kas Oosterhuis of Architecture and the Built Environment signed the cooperation agreement. Continue


Landscape Architecture student wins competition for three-dimensional designs

16 April 2014

Koen Steegen won a design competition for three-dimensional designs with his Zeeschap de Vedute. Continue


South China University of Technology visiting faculty

03 April 2014

On 9 April, a delegation of South China University of Technology (Skut) the faculty for a joint workshop Urban Systems and Environment (USE) Joint Research Centre. Visit Everyone is welcome to attend.Continue


UU EXTREME lecture: Antarctica

03 April 2014

Michiel van den Broeke will lecture on his personal experiences on Antarctica, the site of the next EXTREME course.Continue


Summer School Thinking City: The Dynamics of Making Amsterdam

03 April 2014

This summer the University of Amsterdam and Delft University of Technology organise, in collaboration with VMX Architects, a unique interdisciplinary Summer School about city planning and city making. Applications can be submitted via the website, until 25 April.Continue

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