Communities of Tacit Knowledge: Architecture and its Ways of Knowing

‘TACK / Communities of Tacit Knowledge: Architecture and its Ways of Knowing’ is a newly funded Innovative Training Network, as part of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions within the European Framework Program Horizon 2020. It trains young researchers in understanding the specific knowledge that architects use when designing buildings and cities. TACK gathers ten major academic institutions, three leading cultural architectural institutions as well as nine distinguished architecture design offices. Collaboratively these partners offer an innovative PhD training program on the nature of tacit knowledge in architecture, resulting in ten parallel PhD projects.

EXHIBITION REPORT – Alison’s Room: An Extended Reality (XR) Archive, November 18, 2022

Exhibited at Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, The Netherlands by Paula Strunden   Based on the research conducted as part of my curatorial secondment at Het Nieuwe Instituut (HNI) in Rotterdam, I developed an extended reality installation, that will be exhibited from 2 November 2022 – 4 January 2023 in the main foyer of the HNI. […] Read more

WORKSHOP/EXHIBITION “Forêt DesCartes” by Filippo Cattapan, November 18, 2022

In October and November master students of the Hasselt University take part in the exhibition Forêt DesCartes inspired by the working method of architect Christian Kieckens. The workshop is curated by Filippo Cattapan. Read more

Report on “Heriland” Conference by Ionas Sklavounos, November 18, 2022

On Thursday 13 and Friday 14 October Ionas Sklavounos (ESR 7) participated as an invited speaker at the final conference of the Innovative Training Network HERILAND on culturalheritage and spatial planning, held at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Read more