Roeland Dudal

Roeland Dudal (1977) is founding partner of Architecture Workroom Brussels (AW) – a European think-and-do tank for innovation in the field of architecture and urban and regional development. He studied architecture at the University of Ghent. From 2001 to 2003 he was coordinator of the urban think tank Studio Open City (Brussels). From 2004 to 2009 he was project leader for the Flemish Architecture Institute (Antwerp). During that period he was responsable for the organisation of the Day of Architecture in Flanders, he produced the publication series 'Young Architects in Flanders' and the exhibition series '35m3 young architecture' and he realised the exhibition 'Mare Meum' (International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam 2005, Ghent 2005, Ostend 2006). In 2008 he was production coordinator of the Belgian Pavilion on the 11th International Architecture Biennale in Venice. He teaches architectural design at the KULeuven Faculty of Architecture Campus Ghent and Brussels.