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Home Edition 2020 – Talk #21

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M I C H I E L   R I E D I J K

Home Edition 2020 

Let’s keep the cultural life alive!  As a consequence of Covid-19, our social and cultural life has been reduced to a minimum and we all need to adapt to this unprecedented situation. Since we have a commitment with you, with the architecture scene, we came up with this new idea that is meant to lift your spirits and provide you with some genuine inspiration – at your home. Therefore, from Monday, March 23rd, onwards, each day at 7 p.m. we will be sharing one of the unique talks from the previous 35 events that we have held during the last 5 years.

TALK #21: Michiel Riedijk

About Michiel Riedijk

Michiel Riedijk studied architecture at the Technical University in Delft, where he graduated with a Master in Architecture in 1989. In 1992, he established the Rotterdam based office, Neutelings Riedijk Architects, with Willem Jan Neutelings. Some exemplar works are the MAS Museum in Antwerp, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum, and the Culture House ‘Rozet’ in Arnhem. Currently the office is working on several projects such as the Dutch Natural History Museum ‘Naturalis’ in Leiden, the ‘ZIL Art’ Towers in Moscow and the ‘Gare Maritime’ in Brussels. Since 2007, Riedijk has also been a Professor of Public Building at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at the Technical University Delft. Riedijk lectures regularly at universities, cultural institutions and symposiums worldwide. The work of Neutelings Riedijk Architects has received worldwide appreciation through numerous publications, international awards and exhibitions around the world.
www.neutelings-riedijk.com

AnA Antwerp 01 – On November 21, 2019, we held our first event in Belgium. Two well-known Belgian architects and one international guest talked about their personal experiences and important creative periods in their lives. Michiel Riedijk, Christine Conix and Julien De Smedt.

This talk is presented with the support of Aritco.
Michiel Riedijk reminds us of the role we as architects take on. He explains the importance of understanding what being part of a chain means and how this enables us to produce more interesting and meaningful work. We as architects have the power to promote positive change through the decisions we make.

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Check some of the pictures of the event:

You can find the full gallery here: www.architectsnotarchitecture.com/bel01

Virtual Feedback Cards for the Speaker

Dear viewer,
Maybe you have never attended our events, but perhaps know this already. Your effort is required! As the speakers share many of their personal experiences with us, we would like to present them a special gift, now digitally.

Please write into the text box below what you enjoyed most about the talk. Our goal is to present each speaker with personal feedback cards, as we do at our events. At our events, we collect the cards right before we start with the round-table-discussion and hand them over in a box at the end of the event.

Please participate! Our speakers love it and we want to continue with this tradition.

Here, we will collect the messages and forward them via e.mail to our speaker:

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