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Atelier de Stad— Brussels

As a cultural think-and-do-tank, Architecture Workroom participates actively in the crossmedial project Atelier de Stad (Atelier The City / atelierdestad.be). For this initiative, the public television channel Canvas launched a broad cooperation with several cultural and urban organisations and with other television and radio broadcasters. Five very different urban festivals in Ostend, Kortrijk, Ghent, Hasselt-Genk and Brussels, initiated by these organisations, form the core of the project. It is the team behind the renowned documentary series 'De Canvasconnectie’ which produces the documentaries on each of the urban festivals.

Festival Kanal Play Ground — Atelier de Stad: Brussel

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Public Debate – Atelier de Stad : Brussel

On Wednesday October 22nd, BOZAR Architecture and Architecture Workroom organize a public debate on Atelier de Stad. Olivier Bastin (Brussels Government Architect), Kees Christiaanse (architect-urbanist, KCAP & professor ETH Zürich) and Guy Gypens (Kaaitheater) will share their opinions and experience on the relation between the cultural festival and the urban transformation of creative and industrial neighbourhoods in Brussels and abroad. Joachim Declerck (Architecture Workroom Brussels) moderates the public conversation.

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Week van de Stad / Studio de Stad

Between October 27th and October 30th, Canvas launches the ‘Week van de Stad’ (Week on The City). Every night, a documentary or film is broadcasted, followed by ‘Studio de Stad’ (Studio The City): a late-night conversation between guests on different urban challenges. On October 28th, Ruth Joos welcomes Geert Bourgeois (Minister-President of Flanders), Gaëtan Hannecart (CEO Matexi), Michelle Provoost (International New Town Institute, NL) and Joachim Declerck (AWB). After watching ‘Radiant City’, a documentary presenting a surprising portrait of the daily live in a North-American suburb, they explore how and where one million extra Flemish inhabitants will live in the future.

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Documentary ‘Atelier de Stad: Brussel’

Five consecutive Sunday evenings, starting on the 2nd of November, Canvas airs the documentaries which reveal the intentions, ideas and process behind each of the urban festivals. The documentary 'Atelier de Stad: Brussel’ will premiere on Sunday, November 9th at 8:40PM. Reruns are scheduled the following week, on Monday November 10th (3PM) and Friday November 14th (after ‘Alleen Elvis blijft bestaan’).

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Festival Kanal Play Ground is a coproduction between Platform Kanal, Kaaitheater and Architecture Workroom Brussels.

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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
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
Vacancy— Directie Assistent (m/f) Planning & Communicatie
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
With structural support from the Flemish government and regular support from the Brussels capital region and other regional and local governments.