Events, 13.11.2014

For his Master Thesis in Urbanism and Spatial Planning, Andreas De Boeck (Faculty of Architecture, KU Leuven, Campus Sint-Lucas Ghent) developed a reflection around the theories of Alexander d’Hooghe (ORG) (‘A Vision for Brussels, Capital of Europe’ 2004) and Dogma (‘Brussel: A Manifesto Towards the Capital of Europe’ 2006) attempting to address the subject of city and urbanism from an architectural point of view.

The 4 days exhibition ‘Kirchberg a form of Europe’ is an offshoot of this thesis, exploring the interfaces between architecture, urban planning, photography and visual arts, with work from ARTchitect Johan van Geluwe, Photographer Dieter Van Caneghem and architect-urbanist Andreas De Boeck. On October 11th, a debate and reflection on the intent of this exhibition were organized with Luk Peeters for ORG, Martino Tattara for Dogma, Rob Ragoen, Karel Wuytack, Andreas De Boeck and Johan van Geluwe.

More info here.