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Announcement — IABR-THE MISSING LINK Rotterdam and Brussels

Architecture Workroom Brussels and the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam (IABR) are joining forces!

From June 1st and June 2nd 2018 respectively, IABR-2018+2020-THE MISSING LINK will open to the public in both Rotterdam and Brussels. This moment marks the start of a diptych in two countries. A diptych, because the upcoming two editions of the biennale form one continuous process of design research: a work bienniale in 2018 and a results-oriented biennale in 2020. In two countries, because together with its curators and through the partnership between IABR and AWB, the field of work for this double edition will be extended to the Netherlands and Belgium.

The aim is to bring together joint design research, beyond showing results, with more and more emphasis on the implementation of research in practice. The exhibition in Rotterdam can be seen until July 8th 2018 in the HAKA building, a national monument in the Merwede-Vierhaven area (M4H). In Brussels, the exhibition and the physical atelier are housed in the World Trade Centre, the Noordwijk icon. The future of the shared Eurodelta forms the playing field, but, in both cases, the local context is also the subject of exhibition and debate. Together with designers, with local social and cultural organizations, and with the owners of these buildings, we are working towards two exhibitions that give their own perspective on the dynamics in the neighbourhood, in the city and in the delta.    

Do you want to join us with the start of THE MISSING LINK? Put these dates in your diary and follow Architecture Workroom, the IABR, the Chief Government Architect and the Flemish Government Architect on-line to keep up to date with the locations and the program of debates, work sessions, lectures, conferences and guided tours 

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Urbanising in Place— Building the Food-Water-Energy nexus from below
Antwerp— Mapping the shift of metropolitan phenomena in Berchem extra muros
Save The Date— Book launch ‘Designing the Future’ April 18th, 2018
CS Genk— Campus Bret 21st century learning landscape
IABR-Atelier Rotterdam— and test site M4H
IABR–Atelier East Flemish Regio— Has left the starting blocks
Regional Call IABR-Atelier OVK— Help shape the future of the East Flanders Core region
IABR-Atelier Rotterdam— Energy transition as an urban project
IABR-Atelier Rotterdam— Call to Architects
Open Space Platform— Call Water-Land-Schap
Vacancy— Research collaborator (m/f)
Vacancy— Personal Assistant Directie (m/v)
Vacancy - Production Coordinator (m/f)
Water as Leverage for Resilient Cities: Asia
Open Space Platform— Publication Operation Open Space
THE MISSING LINK— Curator Statement, Research Agenda and Call for Practices
Atelier Zennevallei
Urban Intervention — BRIDGE
Workshop Series — Urban Economy in the Brussels Metropolitan Area
Lecture and Debate — Fitting More Industry In
Rotterdam Biennale appoints three curators for diptych 2018+2020
A Whole World to Win— Floris Alkemade in conversation with Els Vervloesem and Joachim Declerck
Masterclass— Caring Neighborhoods
Atelier Kortrijk 2025— Innovative urban development strategy
Designing The Future— series of debates
Atelier Brussels— Masterclasses
Atelier Brussels— Lectures Structure and Stimulus
Atelier Brussels— Urban Walks
Antwerp— Study to map the livability of neighbourhoods
Atelier Brussels— Expo A Good City Has Industry
Spoor Oost— Urban Renewal Project
City of Bruges— Week of the City
Zeebrugge Revitalisation— Urban Renewal Project
Torhout— experiential and identity study
Launch OASE 96 Social Poetics— The Architecture of Use and Appropriation
From cure to care— transitions in the healthy city of Utrecht
Atelier Brussels— Urban Meeting IABR
Urban Meeting Bozar— The Productive Metropolis
Imagine Europe— Bozar
Atelier Brussels— The Productive Metropolis
Call for design teams— Atelier Brussels The Productive Metropolis
Development strategy— Ostend Eastern Shore
Review of spatial structure plan— Bruges City
The City as Factory— Buda Workroom
Colloquium — Architecture in Belgium and Turkey: Changing practices
Architecture Culture Platform
Ghent Muide-Meulestede
IABR 2016 — Atelier Utrecht: The Healthy City
Publication—Reweaving the Urban Carpet
Eurodelta 2030 - 2100
Eurometropolitan Blue Space
Atelier— Productive BXL
Atelier de Stad— Brussels
Lecture — Mark Brearley
Festival Kanal Play Ground
Metropolitan Coast Landscape 2100
IABR 2014 Urban by Nature— Atelier Brabantstad
Exploration of the Future of Flemish Land Company (VLM)
Productive Space By Design— conference
Strategic vision— Kern Rechteroever in Aalst
Strategic exploration— pilot projects productive landscape
Atelier— In Between
Atelier à Habiter— Exhibition
Preparatory workshop— development plan for Sidaplax in Ghent
Atelier De Stad Brussels— Kanal Play Ground
International Atelier— Eurometropolis
Expert advice— 'Nieuw Gent'
Preparatory workshop— housing development plan in Kapellen
Publication—The Ambition of the Territory
Symposium—Naar een gedeelde ontwerpagenda voor Vlaanderen
Vlaanderen als Ontwerp— Atelier
The Ambition of the Territory— deSingel International Arts Campus
Lecture—Carolyn Steel - The Hungry City
Changing Cultures of Planning— Rotterdam, Zürich, Nantes, Randstad, Bordeaux
Towards a Visionary Housing Production in Flanders
Guide plan—Brussels canal
The Ambition of the Territory—Belgian Pavilion Venice 2012
Making City—5th International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam
Project definition—new prison in Haren
Building for Brussels— Architecture and urban transformation in Europe
Making City—Atelier Istanbul
G A R D E N— Parckdesign 2012
Open House Brussels—debates and artistic parcours
Exhibition—Making City
Exploring the metropolitan condition
The Next Economy— Belgium at The International Architecture Biennale 2016
Master Class—120% Brussels
City Trajectory—Brussels Canal
Program—Building For Brussels
Exhibition—Building for Brussels
Exhibition—Architecture for Justice
Concept studios—Spatial Policy Plan of Flanders
Announcement — IABR-THE MISSING LINK Rotterdam and Brussels
With structural support from the Flemish government and regular support from the Brussels capital region and other regional and local governments.