General | Martine Zoeteman | 24-06-2011
An advisory board consisting of the Netherlands Foundation for Visual Arts, Design and Architecture (Fonds BKVB) and the Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI) has selected three research proposals from the 44 projects submitted in response to the open call Studio for Unsolicited Architecture. The three proposals will be developed over the coming months, with the joint support of the NAI and the Foundation.
The first proposal was submitted by Lilith Ronner van Hooijdonk architects and the Conditional Design designers’ collective headed by Luna Maurer and Roel Wouters. Their proposal centres on design research into performative space. As designs for the public space are required to meet a considerable number of new requirements these days, the main focus of their research will be on present-day public space.
In the months ahead, Bureau Shift A+U run by Oana Rades and Harm Timmermans and landscape architect Paul Zuidgeest will be completing their research into designing inner city recreational areas. In addition to exploring the exact programming and design of these urban places, the research also includes developing the required business case so that local government need not bear the full costs of such areas.
The partnership of temp.architecture by Maarten van Tuijl and Tom Bergevoet is the third team to be selected. Together with urban development expert Paul Jorna, they entered their 'Urban Pioneers Zeeburgereiland' proposal, which hinges on researching ways in which vacant and abandoned lots can be used as a catalyst for further short and long term development.
The results are intended to reveal that architecture can play a crucial role in helping to resolve complex social and spatial issues. The Studio for Unsolicited Architecture, based in the Schieblock in Rotterdam, will provide regular updates on the plans with presentations, debates and workshops. The working period concludes with a public presentation at the end of the year. A second open call for the Studio will follow in August and September.
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The Netherlands Architecture Institute launched the Studio for Unsolicited Architecture (SUA) in October in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The Studio creates opportunities for realising promising design ideas, bringing together designers, policymakers and the construction sector to work towards a better organised world. The first three Dutch projects will be described in detail on this website in the triptych ‘Launch SUA – Dutch portfolio’. Part 3 focuses on the project by Van Bergen Kolpa Architects: Park Supermarket.
The reviewers – Anne Hemker, Henk Ovink, Bart Schrijnen – comment on the plans. (Photo: Fred Ernst)
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The Netherlands Architecture Institute launched the Studio for Unsolicited Architecture (SUA) in Octobre in Rotterdam in The Netherlands. The Studio creates opportunities for realising promising design ideas, bringing together designers, policymakers and the construction sector to work towards a better organised world. The first three Dutch projects will be described in detail on this website in the triptych ‘Launch SUA – Dutch portfolio’. Part 2 focuses on the project by Rietveld Landscape: Trusted Subcultures - New Amsterdam Park (N A P).
Ronald Rietveld (Rietveld Landscape) presents the plan ‘New Amsterdam Park (N A P)’. (Photo: Fred Ernst)
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The Netherlands Architecture Institute launched the Studio for Unsolicited Architecture (SUA) in Octobre in Rotterdam in The Netherlands. The Studio creates opportunities for realising promising design ideas, bringing together designers, policymakers and the construction sector to work towards a better-organised world.
Rocco Reukema (2by4-architects) presents the plan ‘Living Above Industrial Premises’. (Photo: Fred Ernst)
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On Thursday 21 March 2013 the teams that have worked under the wings of the Studio for Unsolicited Architecture, Design & E-Culture will present the results of their research. More information will be available soon.
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