- 23 MarLecture "Mapping Web Space & Politics, 1992-2012" by Richard Rogers
- 18 MarInterview Kas Oosterhuis for B-Nieuws #07 'Simply Complex'
- 17 MarKas Oosterhuis keynote speaker at the 361° Conference 2012
- 17 Febpresentation NetworkLAB (by Tomasz Jaskiewicz) at Social Cities of Tomorrow conference
- 05 JanDr. Nimish Biloria gives opening talk for the lecture series on "Architecture as Process"
- 12 DecWorkshop robotic fabrication by Gregory Epps & Daniel Piker
- 24 NovHyperbody invites you to enrol in the MSc Program: Non-Standard and Interactive Architecture
- 21 NovWorkshop robotic fabrication by Wes McGee & Dave Pigram
- 16 Nov2 Hyperbody graduation projects from 9 BK projects selected for Archiprix at national level
- 07 NovJelle Feringa lectures at the Open Thesis Fabrication program @IAAC, Barcelona
Location: NDSM loods Amsterdam, PickUp Club studio
Date: Friday the 29th of June 2012
Time: 14pm Onwards
Directors: Tomasz Jaskiewicz & Chris Kievid
reNDSM is a project consisting of 14 architectural interventions designed by Hyperbody MSc1 students. Each of those interventions started by identifying qualities and challenges found across the present-day NDSM area, which stem from its unique culture, spatial qualities, relationship to the rest of Amsterdam and its potential to sustainably grow towards a better future. Consequently, the resulting 14 architectural designs present a vision of a bottom-up development of the NDSM approached as a vibrant ecosystem of people, things and spaces, aspiring to show a playful and exciting alternative to a top-down way of planning the future of the area. In this, latest technologies serve an important role, opening up new means of architectural production, inhabitant participation and creation of unprecedented kinds of architecture.
Students will pitch their projects on Friday the 29th of June, 14:00 at NDSM loods, PickUp Club studio. Ca. 1,5h of presentations will be followed by an open discussion on the future of NDSM and on how new ways of building can be of help. Projects will also be published on the website: msc1.hyperbody.nl.