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Jeroen Beekmans

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Celebrate 10 Years of Volume with Us!

Posted on May 15, 2015 — by

Special Offer

Surprise a friend (or yourself) with a subscription to Volume and take your pick of a free back issue from our trove of treasure.

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Volume #43

Out Now: Volume #43

Posted on April 30, 2015 — by

Volume #43: Self-Building City

There is a theory that the more organized (read: developed) a society is, the less self-sufficient it becomes. All sorts of services and amenities, from housing to energy, from culture to justice, are centrally organized and distributed. But is that necessarily so? Or are we heading for a new order in which decentralized and self-reliant become the norm?

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The Good Cause at DAC Copenhagen — Until 9 June

Posted on April 21, 2015 — by

The Good Cause Istanbul

This Friday The Good Cause will close at Studio-X Istanbul. On the same day the exhibition will be opened on the other side of Europe, at the Danish Architecture Centre in Copenhagen.

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Last Days of The Good Cause at Studio-X Istanbul

Posted on March 11, 2015 — by

The Good Cause at Studio-X Istanbul

Last Friday, we celebrated the official opening of The Good Cause: Architecture of Peace exhibition at Studio-X in Istanbul.

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The Good Cause Goes Istanbul — Opening 6 March

Posted on March 2, 2015 — by

The Good Cause Istanbul

War and conflict are of all ages. To confront this reality, peace missions, rebuilding operations and international law have been developed as tools to help create stability and peace after conflict. This is very impressive indeed, but the road to sustainable peace is arduous and troublesome. Furthermore, rebuilding and urban planning strategies can rekindle old conflicts. The exhibition The Good Cause not only gives insight into the complexities of dealing with post-conflict situations. Through inspiring case studies from Afghanistan, Kosovo, South Africa, Rwanda, Israel and Palestine, it also shows what reconstruction could look like if it were designed with an eye for local structures.

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Event

Archis Speaks Volumes #2: The Art and Science of Real Estate

Posted on February 23, 2015 — by

Come along on Monday 16 March at Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam for the second edition of Archis Speaks Volumes.

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Event, Volume #42

Cedric Price: The Dynamics of Time

Posted on February 9, 2015 — by

Cedric Price

Bureau Europa presents the third iteration of an exhibition of the work of architect Cedric Price and the first public appearance of some of his selected projects in the Netherlands. As a satellite component tot he exhibition, a special Cedric Price insert magazine is created in collaboration with Volume. Volume readers will find the insert in the back of Volume #42.

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Quiz: Guess the Architect and Win a Volume Shopping Bag!

Posted on February 6, 2015 — by

For the next issue of Volume we are looking into self-built environments and how citizens create their own. In that context we bumped into this image:

Quiz

Any idea who was the original architect?

If you know the answer, please send it to info@archis.org before Friday 13 February. The winner, who will be selected randomly, will receive one of our famous Volume shopping bags!

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Volume #42

Preview of Volume #42

Posted on January 5, 2015 — by

Right before New Year we launched Volume’s 42nd issue, ‘Art and Science of Real Estate’. In the coming weeks we’re going to publish a selection of articles, and for those who are interested how the issue looks and feels we have uploaded a preview.

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Volume #42

Volume #42 — Out Now!

Posted on December 18, 2014 — by

Volume #42: Art & Science of Real Estate

In today’s rapidly changing world, the role of real estate has been affected deeply. To such a degree that the Center for Urban Real Estate at Columbia University sees an opportunity to transform the profession from within, stressing its creative potential and introducing an ethical code. This issue of Volume is dedicated to CURE’s ambition to create a continuum between architecture and real estate, as part of the design disciplines.

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