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The story of NL: landscape, city and building
Series of lectures at Paradiso

Interior Architecture Event

Three symposia - 20 October, 24 November and 15 December - about the architecture of landscape, building and city in a literary context.

With lectures, presentations, discussions and film at three scales - landscape, building, city -  "The Story of the Netherlands' aims to establish links between architecture and the arts, with an emphasis on literature. Writers, architects, landscape architects, artists and filmmakers give lectures and engage with each other in conversation. Engineering students from the TU Delft make a substantial contribution to each of the three symposia.

With: landscape architect Louis Baljon, filmmaker / writer Peter Delpeut, Professor of Architecture Klaske Hawk, architect Judith Korpershoek, journalist / writer Tracy Metz, architect Lieke Sauren, landscape architect Philomene van der Vliet, writer Frank Westerman, Wife Wild Adventures (Tosca Niterink and Anita Janssen) & Writing places (platform (former) students TU Delft). Chairman is Bert van Meggelen.

The Story of the Netherlands is a production of Verstegen & Stigter and is realized with the support of the Stimuleringsfonds voor Architectuur, TU Delft and the Van den Berch van Heemstede Foundation.

Information and tickets: Verstegen & Stigter, 020 623 54 51 or via www.verstigt.nl.



 
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