Event @ Flanders House

LUCA/KULeuven, Associated Faculty of Architecture, Campus Sint-Lucas Ghent/Brussels,
Streetscape Territories Research Project
and
Flanders House New York
have the honor to present to the following event (on invitation only):

STREETSCAPE TERRITORIES
presentation of an international research project and round table discussion

Monday, July 8th, 2013, New York City
Flanders House, The New York Times Building
620 Eighth Avenue, 44th Floor (between 40th & 41st Street)
New York, NY 10018
Gowanus notebook

program

2.00 pm. Welcome by Ms. Mieke Renders, Arts & Culture, Flanders House New York

2.15 pm. presentation of Streetscape Territories Research on Gowanus area, New York,
by Mr. Kris W. B. Scheerlinck, Program Director of International Master of Architecture, LUCA/KULeuven,
Director of the Streetscape Territories Research Project

3.00 pm. Coffee break

3.30 pm. Table of Experts: international jury of Master Dissertation Projects on Gowanus area by Architecture students of
International Master of Architecture, LUCA School of Arts, KULeuven, Faculty of Architecture, Ghent

Table of Experts:
Mr. Gavin Browning, Director Events and Public Programs, GSAPP, Columbia University, New York City
Ms. Olympia Kazi, Architect, Critic and Curator of Architecture, New York City
Mr. Stuart Pertz, Adjunct Assistant Professor., Grad Center for Planning, Pratt Institute, New York City
Mr. Daniel D’Oca, Principal of Interboro, New York City

Presenting:
Mr. Yannick Bontinckx, Mr. Hannes Van Damme and Mr. Thomas Stroobants
discussion moderated by Mr. Kris Scheerlinck, all other guests will be invited to participate in the debate

5.00 pm. Conclusions and presentation of publications: Streetscape Territories Gowanus Notebook and
announcement of the Gowanus workshop, welcoming the Flemish and International participants

5.30 pm. Reception, offered by the Flanders House, New York

The day afterwards, the International Gowanus workshop will start, organised by LUCA/KULeuven and hosted at Pratt Institute, with 26 Flemish student architects and urban designers and 9 international architects and urban designers. This workshop is part of the Pratt Summer Institute for Resiliency and Recovery.
This blog will inform all interested professionals and academics of the ongoing activities and results.

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