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In Practice organizes and supports conferences, lectures and exhibitions. Particularly, the "In Practice" conferences are articulated around a seminar for practising architects engaged in research and a lecture by architects unveiling one project through the lens of the process and the work documents. These lectures are followed by a conversation with a panel of critics, academics and peers.

LucAs Architecturebook #4 - Passion & Work

PASSION & URGENCY, WORK —A CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS
For LucAs—Architecturebook #4, text contribution
will explore two tracks.


PASSION. You are an actively practicing architect: which passion, which urgency drives your engagement in academics? You are a student : which passion, which urgency drives you through the demanding studios? From the exploration of unknown fields to the pragmatics of construction, from the generous sharing and the pleasure of inspiration, you are invited to formulate the causes and modalities of your engagement.
WORK. LucAs—Architecturebook #4 contains student and teacher’s work. Not only the beautiful final documents, but also the intriguing work documents that made the difference in the design process. You are invited to reflect on two documents: one work document and one final document. Stick close to the real documents, be descriptive and explorative.

recording of the In Practice evening 20/10/2020 available

This recording includes the booklaunch of the book "Raamwerk In Practice : Lichtervelde Youth House" with a conversation between Bart Decroos (Universiteit Antwerpen) and Rolf Hughes (KU Leuven), followed by a lecture about Office Kersten Geers David Van Severen's project Dar Al Jinaa by David Van Severen (Office KGDVS, Harvard GSD) and about AgwA's projet Durlet by Harold Fallon (AgwA, KU Leuven).

LucAs Architecturebook #3 -the Eugeen Tanja selection

On 11/02/21 - 17h30 we are happy to present ONLINE the LucAs Architecturebook #3 - The Eugeen Tanja Selection.

presentation by Eugeen Liebaut and Harold Fallon
Lecture by Laura Muyldermans

Register on http://bit.ly/eugeen-tanja

Raamwerk In Practice, Lichtervelde Youth House : available online

The book "Raamwerk In Practice : Lichtervelde Youth House" is available for online purchase, and over a couple of weeks in all the good bookshops. Please check the "books" section of the website. Direct link to the publisher below.

In Practice Conference and Lecture - 22 October 2020

Thursday 22-10-2020 at KANAL (C I.II.III.IV. A), Brussels
13:30 PRACTICES IN RESEARCH #02 practice-based research seminar
the full program will be available soon
18:00 - OFFICE KGDVS - DAR AL JINAA & AGWA - DURLET
book launch of "Raamwerk In Practice - Lichtervelde Youth Centre"
free entry - registration info@architectureinpractice.eu
 

Practices in Research #02 - CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS

The conference and lecture originally planned in March 2020 has been rescheduled for the 22nd of October. Please go to the "conference" section for the call for contributions.

In Practice conference and lecture - 19 March - POSTPONED

Due to new precautions concerning the Corona virus, and instructions from our universities, the In Practice Seminar and/or Evening lecture planned at CIVA on March 19th, are cancelled and postoned to an undefined date.

Both events will take place on a later date.

In Practice conference and lecture

Thursday 19-03-2020 at CIVA, Brussels
14:00 : Research by Practice Seminar
19:30 : Double lecture by Harold Fallon (AgwA architects) and David Van Severen (Office KGDVS)
contributions by Virginie Pigeon, Tomas Ooms, Olivier Henz, Steven Schenk, Johannes Berry
invited panel members are Martino Tattara, Asli Ciçek, Bernard Deffet
free entry - registration info@architectureinpractice.eu
organizing committee : prof. H. Fallon, prof. B. Vandenbulcke, B. Burquel

Back from Japan - Schenk Hattori. Translations

Back from Japan - Sugiberry. Meaning - Exhibition


Johannes Berry (Sujiberry architects) participates to the exhibition "Back from Japan" at De Singel in Antwerp. As part of the theme ‘Back from Japan’, the VAi is showcasing the work of two young architectural firms who work out of Belgium and Japan. In the exhibition ‘Meaning’, SUGIBERRY searches for the architectural relationship between Japan and Flanders, by placing its own work alongside that of others. The bureau shows how an idea that adapts to a changing context – here the cultural exchange between Flanders and Japan – leads to new connections and layers of meaning. In SUGIBERRY’s design practice, everything is related to the human and the dialogue with the built environment. When a tree in a forest falls down and there is no one to hear it, does it then make a sound? According to SUGIBERRY, it does not.