The Reinvention of Flemish Architecture: ARCH+magazine and debate in Berlin
The latest edition of the architecture magazine ARCH+ is dedicated to 'The Reinvention of Flemish Architecture'.
The Flemish architectural scene is currently one of the most fascinating in Europe. The strength of this architectural culture could be found in the fact that its protagonists haven’t lost their original fascination for what lies at the core of the architectural discipline, nor their pleasure in experimenting with these elements in a highly sophisticated way. In a society that seems to have resigned itself to its unambitious built environment, this pronounced affinity for forms of artistic confrontation is, as Paul Robbrecht has put it, "a subversion that takes the form of elegance.“
On 13 August 2015, at 8pm the latest edition of ARCH+ is presented at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin.
With contributions by De Vylder Vinck Tailleu, 51N4E and the architecture critic Christoph Grafe (director Flanders Architecture Institute).
These lectures will be followed by a debate.
The evening is part of the series ARCH+ features, a concept that presents an innovative generation of architects and authors who make a difference in creating contemporary production provisions.