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When will the site be ready? Is there a lecture at TU Delft? Any interesting meetings on writing and architecture around the world? This is the place to found out about these and more.

Graphic Novels / Novel Architecture

  Kent State University College of Architecture & Environmental Design (CAED) has organized the Graphic Novels / Novel Architecture symposium to explore constructive and projective relationships between architecture and comics.  It will provide a provocative forum for conversation among leading architects,

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Graphic Novels / Novel Architecture

  Kent State University College of Architecture & Environmental Design (CAED) has organized the Graphic Novels / Novel Architecture symposium to explore constructive and projective relationships between architecture and comics.  It will provide a provocative forum for conversation among leading architects,

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Review of a “Furnished Novel”

“the Wonderful Everyday…” review by German literary critic Hellmuth Karasek of a rather known magazine…  

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Review of a “Furnished Novel”

“the Wonderful Everyday…” review by German literary critic Hellmuth Karasek of a rather known magazine…  

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Symposium Against the Grain

“Things need not have happened to be true. Tales and dreams are the shadow-truths that will endure when mere facts are dust and ashes, and forgot.”                            

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Symposium Against the Grain

“Things need not have happened to be true. Tales and dreams are the shadow-truths that will endure when mere facts are dust and ashes, and forgot.”                            

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50 fictive buildings; New Land

The latest issues of  Dutch magazine for art and literature Terras and Belgian literary magazine DWB both have a strong architectural focus. While DWB presents fictional buildings by means of text and architectural representation, TERRAS moves to the scale of

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50 fictive buildings; New Land

The latest issues of  Dutch magazine for art and literature Terras and Belgian literary magazine DWB both have a strong architectural focus. While DWB presents fictional buildings by means of text and architectural representation, TERRAS moves to the scale of

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Dutch Architect of the Year 2014!

The Dutch Architect of the Year prize was awarded (ex aequo) to Klaske Havik, for her work on the boundaries of architecture and literature, and team CS (team composed of architects from West8, Benthem Crouwel and Meyer&van Schooten) for the New

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Dutch Architect of the Year 2014!

The Dutch Architect of the Year prize was awarded (ex aequo) to Klaske Havik, for her work on the boundaries of architecture and literature, and team CS (team composed of architects from West8, Benthem Crouwel and Meyer&van Schooten) for the New

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Against the grain, upcoming symposium in Maastricht

Bureau Europa in collaboration with the department of Wohnbau, RWTH-Aachen organise a symposium on the narrative characteristics of architecture. In the weekend of 16th and 17th of January you are invited to participate in this multi-discourse event. Hanging cemetery of Bagdad,

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Against the grain, upcoming symposium in Maastricht

Bureau Europa in collaboration with the department of Wohnbau, RWTH-Aachen organise a symposium on the narrative characteristics of architecture. In the weekend of 16th and 17th of January you are invited to participate in this multi-discourse event. Hanging cemetery of Bagdad,

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A Space Fantasy: event in The Hague

At November 12, STROOM the Hague presents an evening about architecture and literature, on the occasion of their exhibition A Glass Darkly, about the work of novelist Paul Scheerbart. Architecture historian Herman van Bergeijk will give an introduction on the literary

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A Space Fantasy: event in The Hague

At November 12, STROOM the Hague presents an evening about architecture and literature, on the occasion of their exhibition A Glass Darkly, about the work of novelist Paul Scheerbart. Architecture historian Herman van Bergeijk will give an introduction on the literary

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READING ARCHITECTURE symposium 2015

We are happy to announce, on behalf of its organizers, the symposium Reading Architecture. Literary Imagination and Architectural Experience, which will be held in Athens in June 2015. The symposium is organized by Angeliki Sioli (one of the participants of the

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READING ARCHITECTURE symposium 2015

We are happy to announce, on behalf of its organizers, the symposium Reading Architecture. Literary Imagination and Architectural Experience, which will be held in Athens in June 2015. The symposium is organized by Angeliki Sioli (one of the participants of the

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Nordic Encounters

On Thursday June 12 and Friday June 13, the conference Nordic Encounters / Traveling Ideas of Open Space Design and Planning takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark. Writingplace will present its literary take on architecture and place-making in relation to  the growing

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Nordic Encounters

On Thursday June 12 and Friday June 13, the conference Nordic Encounters / Traveling Ideas of Open Space Design and Planning takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark. Writingplace will present its literary take on architecture and place-making in relation to  the growing

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Writingplace present at expo in Bruges

Writingplace has been invited to participate in the exhibition CITY:INVENTORY in Bruges, Belgium, curated by the artist collective Mont Saint Eugene. Writingplace members Mark Proosten, Mike Schäfer, Negar Sanaan Bensi and Laura Theng will present a collection of architectural projects, inspired

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Writingplace present at expo in Bruges

Writingplace has been invited to participate in the exhibition CITY:INVENTORY in Bruges, Belgium, curated by the artist collective Mont Saint Eugene. Writingplace members Mark Proosten, Mike Schäfer, Negar Sanaan Bensi and Laura Theng will present a collection of architectural projects, inspired

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