Exhibition: Hypermodern Architectural Typologies

Het Nieuwe Instituut provided the backdrop for the main exhibition of the Rotterdam Architecture Month 2022. Here the C.I.A. hosted an exhibition on Hypermodern Architectural Typologies.

Rotterdam Architecture Month: Hypermodern Architectural Typologies

Month of Architecture 18th of June / 15.00 – 17.00 p.m. /  Nieuwe Instituut Rotterdam / Room 1 It sounds futuristic but it’s no science-fiction at all: computers will soon exceed the computational capacities of the human brain. The key driver behind this development is artificial intelligence, affecting our physical and virtual realms to such […]

Architecture/33

The monumental effort of 15 years of architectural analysis at the faculty of Architecture at TU Eindhoven has resulted in a stunning collection of 144 models, all white, all scale 1:33. From May 1 until June 3, the models are exhibited in a fictional city encompassing the entire breadth of architecture history. Finissage: June 2, […]

Exhibition: Architecture in a Hyper-Liquid world

The ongoing digital revolution since the 1990s onwards leading to ever more networked societies has changed power balances, wealth and knowledge distribution and increasingly encroaches the relative independence of the disciplines of architecture and urbanism and us humans. As our bodies, buildings, and cities are being retrofitted with technology to gain dynamic intelligence and contextual […]

Rotterdam Architecture Month 2021: Architecture in a Hyper-liquid world

The ongoing digital revolution since the 1990s onwards leading to ever more networked societies has changed power balances, wealth and knowledge distribution and increasingly encroaches the relative independence of the disciplines of architecture and urbanism and us humans. As our bodies, buildings, and cities are being retrofitted with technology to gain dynamic intelligence and contextual […]

Destruction of Architecture

What better way to start the academic year than to forcefully destroy, obliterate, twenty-five pristine analytical models? Layers of white paint and MDF, held together by the blood, sweat and tears of students that have slaved over them—for days, weeks or perhaps even months—gone in a matter of minutes. The models represent a cross-section of […]

Publication: OASE 99 – The Architecture Museum Effect

Recent developments show a shift in the themes that architecture museums programme: apparently, social and activist subjects are supplanting classical architectural themes. It is a development expressed by recent exhibitions of both renowned institutes and younger ones. By the looks of it, thematic choices are furthermore increasingly influenced by the social and political contexts of […]

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