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AnA Amsterdam Edition

October 18, 2022, 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm UTC+0

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We are thrilled to announce a new event in the Netherlands, and our first one in Amsterdam! This event will be held in English. 

Until the end of the year, physical events will take place in Sydney, Munich, Vienna, Berlin, Oslo, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Copenhagen, and Amsterdam. Now that many covid regulations have been lifted, we can’t wait to meet you again.

On Tuesday, October 18th, at 7pm at Vondelkerk Amsterdam, two distinguished Dutch architects and one emerging talent will talk about their personal experiences and important creative periods in their lives and, as always at “AnA“, not a word may be lost about their projects:

 Ellen van Loon, OMA, Rotterdam, www.oma.com
 Liesbeth van der Pol, Dok architecten, Amsterdam, www.dokarchitecten.nl
Carolyn Leung, Superimpose Architecture, Rotterdam, www.superimposearchitecture.com

This event is kindly supported by JUNG and Cosentino

Program live


“Doors open” & Get-Together

19:00 – 19:10



Speakers (20-minute talk & 10-minute interview)

21:00 – 21:20

Round table discussion & Q&A

21:20 – 23:00

Get-Together & Fingerfood

JUNG Architecture Talk Podcasts

The first podcast of the JUNG Architecture Talks series in spring 2020 was followed by 145 fascinating conversations with national and international architectural firms – about the profession and vocation, strategies and the will to change the world.
Even though architecture usually lives through the power of images, over 5,000 minutes of conversation prove how words can inspire architecture.

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Cosentino Architectural Solutions

At Cosentino Group, we meet the demands of architects and designers who seek inspiration and information for their projects. We invite you to win a Trip to the Cosentino Headquarter. Here we seek to inspire and offer professionals the chance to explore and discover all the opportunities Cosentino products can offer for the most innovative projects.

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The event venue

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Silent Green Kulturquartier is an event venue and independent project that has found a unique home in Berlin in the historic premises of the former crematorium in Wedding. The heart of silent green is the Kuppelhalle, with its 17 meter tall dome. The architectural layout, pyramid-shaped mansard roof, and the historical terrazzo floor of the hall make it a distinctive venue that instantly turns every event into an extraordinary experience.

About the Speakers

Ellen van Loon joined OMA in 1998 and became Partner in 2002. She has led award-winning building projects that combine sophisticated design with precise execution. Recently completed projects led by Ellen include the shop-in-shops for Jacquemus at Galeries Lafayette and Selfridges (2022), the temporary store on Avenue de Montaigne in Paris for Tiffany & Co. (2022), Monumental Wonders exhibition for SolidNature in Milan (2022). Bvlgari Fine Jewelry Show (2021), Brighton College (2020), BLOX / DAC in Copenhagen (2018), Rijnstraat 8 in The Hague (2017), and Lab City CentraleSupélec (2017).

Other projects in her portfolio include Fondation Galeries Lafayette (2018) in Paris; Qatar National Library (2017); Amsterdam’s G-Star Raw Headquarters (2014); De Rotterdam, the largest building in the Netherlands (2013); CCTV Headquarters in Beijing (2012); New Court Rothschild Bank in London (2011); Maggie’s Centre in Glasgow (2011); Casa da Musica in Porto (2005) – winner of the 2007 RIBA Award; and the Dutch Embassy in Berlin (2003) – winner of the European Union Mies van der Rohe Award in 2005. Ellen is currently working on The Factory Manchester – a large performing arts venue for the city; Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe) Berlin – Europe’s biggest department store – and KaDeWe Vienna; and the Palais de Justice de Lille. www.oma.com

Liesbeth van der Pol graduated cum laude from Delft University of Technology in 1988. She spent a year studying at Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona in Spain in 1982. Before and after her studies, she worked at various Dutch and foreign architecture firms. In 1989 she established herself as an independent architect with Herman Zeinstra. In 1995 she set up the firm Atelier Zeinstra van der Pol with her partner Herman Zeinstra. The firm grew rapidly and soon gained a reputation for its wide variety of projects, including residential housing and buildings for the cultural and industrial sectors. In 2007, she co-founded Dok architects, which she is runs together with Patrick Cannon. She was Chief Government Architect from 2008 to 2011 and Supervisor of Schiphol Airport from 2014 to 2017.

In addition to her work as architect, Van der Pol is a guest lecturer at various universities and academies, and she has sat on numerous juries. She was head of Man and Public Space at the Eindhoven Design Academy and is a regular guest speaker at lectures, debates, conferences and workshops. In 1992 Van der Pol received the Charlotte Köhler Prize for architecture from the Prince Bernhard Cultural Fund, and in 1993 she was awarded the Maaskant Prize for young architects in Rotterdam. She has received a host of other awards as well over the years, ranging from awards for the use of materials to public awards. www.dokarchitecten.nl

Carolyn Leung is a director and co-founding partner at the international architecture practice Superimpose Architecture with entities in Beijing, Rotterdam and Hong Kong. Carolyn lived in Hong Kong during her early years and is educated in the United Kingdom and The Netherlands. She holds a MSc degree (Distinction) from the Delft University of Technology (TUD) in The Netherlands and is a registered architect in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
Prior to co-founding Superimpose in 2016, Carolyn worked at renowned award-winning practices including Foster + Partners London (2009-2012), URBANUS Beijing (2013) and Benoy Beijing (2013-2016). As a partner of Superimpose, she has been involved with all award-winning projects including Micr-O in Hangzhou, Re-Veil and Y-Loft City in Changzhi and the Vanke Sky-City TOD in Hangzhou, which is currently close to completion.

Carolyn has been the recipient of “40 under 40: China‘s outstanding designer” in 2021. She has been invited to speak at Dutch Embassy NCIO, Chinese University of Hong Kong, RMIT and ROCA Gallery Beijing and as a critic at Oxford Brookes University and the AA Summer school in Beijing. Superimpose was the co-curator for the Dutch Pavilion at the Guangzhou Design Week 2021 and hosted the event “Superstrategies”, which focuses on the discourse of solutions and strategies during the design process. www.superimposearchitecture.com

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Bricks Berlin Schoeneberg
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WAVE Residential Complex
Photography: BTTR GmbH
Villa M
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Schierker Feuerstein Arena
Photography: Michael Moser
Show Palace Munich
Photography: Stefan Müller-Naumann
Paragon Apartments
Photography: Kevin Fuchs
Old Mill Hotel
Photography: Tobias Hein
Autostadt Roof and Service Pavilion
Photography: Tobias Hein
Dentist KU 64
Photography: Hiepler, Brunier
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Ester Bruzkus, Ester Bruzkus Architekten, projects:
The Kastle
Photography: Jens Bösenberg
The Green Box
Photography: Robert Rieger
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Villa Kellermann Tim Raue
Photography: Robert Rieger
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Photography: Jens Bösenberg
Ester's Apartment
Photography: Jens Bösenberg
Cine Delphi LUX
Photography: Marcus Wend
Photography: Jens Bösenberg
Colette Tim Raue
Photography: Nils Hasenau
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Sergei Tchoban, Tschoban Voss, projects:
Nhow Hotel
Photography: Patricia Parinejad
Bank Sankt Petersburg
Photography: Aleksey Naroditsky
Museum for Architectural Drawing
Photography: George Messaritakis
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Federation Tower
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Townhouses Finkenau
Photography: Rolf Otzipka
Meininger Hotel am Postbahnhof
Photography: Martin Tervoort
Three Gable House Steinstrasse 20
Photography: Daniel Sumesgutner
Ferrum 1 Office Building
Photography: Ilya Ivanov
Photography: Klemens Renner
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