Het Nieuwe Werken | DUS architects

Het Nieuwe Werken | DUS architects

Interview with Hedwig Heinsman and Hans Vermeulen of DUS architects (in Dutch only). Part of the series “Het nieuwe werken” (the new working methods) made in cooperation with ArchiNed. DUS Architects are known for their temporary buildings but explain here they do a lot more. They are planning to construct a  full-scale Dutch canal house with a 3D printer.

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  • Visit DUS Architects website
  • Volkskrant article about the plans for printing a 3D canal house: [download id=”50″ format=”3″]

MOSA Discussions 1 – 5 (Live talkshow registration)

Mosa Discussions

This talkshow (in Dutch) is organized twice annually by Royal Mosa in their showroom in Amsterdam. In this example a summary of edition 4 with Daan Roosegaarde, Ton Venhoeven and Tracy Metz.

Film clips selected by the participants are projected on screens and used to enliven the discussion. Full HD registration with 4 camera’s. Two camera’s are also used for projection on the side screens. This is a very short summary. Longer version will be released on ArchiNed later this year.

Get in touch for more information.

In China | Beijing | NEXT architects (John vd Water)

In China | Beijing | NEXT architects (John van de Water)


English subtitles available by pressing ‘captions’ button.

A series of Architecture Videos made in China for ArchiNed. John van de Water visits a sales point of one of his projects on a building site. The model of the new built area is quite spectacular. The sales are going quite well. Being close to IKEA is a big selling point.

John van de Water is architect and author of the book “You can’t change China, China changes you“.

  • production, camera, editing, translation, subtitles
  • see the NEXT website

In this series:

In China | Beijing | NEXT architects (John vd Water)
A series of Architecture Videos made in China for ArchiNed. John van de Water visits a sales point on a building site. The model of the new built area is quite spectacular. Being close to IKEA is a big selling point. Continue reading
In China | Kunming | BEAR-iD
The assignment was to make an eco-friendly building, but did it work out? What about eco-friendly building in China in general? And how does Feng Shui influence the design. Continue reading
In China | Tianjin | MVRDV
MVRDV in Tianjin. Two thirds of this project appears to be a copy of MVRDV's original first third. And how do Chinese adapt the style of their facade? Continue reading
In China | Guangzhou | Mark Hemel
Mark Hemel | In China | (16X9.NL)
Information Based Architecture is a small Dutch architecture office that built one of the biggest towers in the world, the 600m Canton Tower in Guangzhou. Mark Hemel explains in the tower how the design was so complicated that it could not be changed. Continue reading
In China | Shanghai | After World Expo 2010
A series of architecture videos made in China for ArchiNed. A report about the World Expo area, two years after the event. Continue reading

Het Nieuwe Werken | Studio Roosegaarde

Het Nieuwe Werken | Studio Roosegaarde


(in dutch)

Interview with Daan Roosegaarde of Studio Roosegaarde. Part of the series “Het nieuwe werken” (the new working methods) made in cooperation with ArchiNed. In this interview Daan talks about Architecture, techno-landscapes, hacking reality, the importance of keeping everything in your own hand and he calls all architects to stop designing and start connecting.

See also the MOSA Discussions registration with Daan Roosegaarde.

“In a world shifting between the analog and the digital, Studio Roosegaarde creates interactive designs that explore the dynamic relation between space, people, and technology. The studio develops its own technology and is internationally known for interactive projects such as Dune, Intimacy and Smart Highway.

Studio Roosegaarde is the social design lab of artist Daan Roosegaarde with his team of designers and engineers. By creating interactive designs that instinctively respond to sound and movement, Roosegaarde explores the dawn of a new nature that is evolving from technological innovations.

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NAi | ArchiNed | De Stand van de Stad (progress of the city)

NAi | ArchiNed | De Stand van de Stad (progress of the city)

This series is in Dutch.

Made with ArchiNed en NAi / Bureau Europa

ArchiTV discusses the progress of Maastricht with local experts Wim van den Bergh, Jake Wiersma, Fred Humble and Tim Prins. They give their vision on the future of Maastricht.

NAi | ArchiNed | De Stand van de Stad – Interview Tim Prins (P-EN-M)

NAi | ArchiNed | De Stand van de Stad – Interview Wim van den Berg

NAi | ArchiNed | De Stand van de Stad – Interview Jake Wiersma

NAi | ArchiNed | De Stand van de Stad – Interview Fred Humble

In China | Kunming | BEAR-iD

In China | Kunming | BEAR-iD

(subtitles in english selectable)

Part of a series of Architecture Videos made in China for ArchiNed. This episode: BEAR-iD in Kunming. The assignment was to make an eco-friendly building, but did it work out? What about eco-friendly building in China in general? And how does Feng Shui influence the design.

  • production, camera, editing
  • information about bear-id: bear-id.com

In this series:

In China | Beijing | NEXT architects (John vd Water)
A series of Architecture Videos made in China for ArchiNed. John van de Water visits a sales point on a building site. The model of the new built area is quite spectacular. Being close to IKEA is a big selling point. Continue reading
In China | Kunming | BEAR-iD
The assignment was to make an eco-friendly building, but did it work out? What about eco-friendly building in China in general? And how does Feng Shui influence the design. Continue reading
In China | Tianjin | MVRDV
MVRDV in Tianjin. Two thirds of this project appears to be a copy of MVRDV's original first third. And how do Chinese adapt the style of their facade? Continue reading
In China | Guangzhou | Mark Hemel
Mark Hemel | In China | (16X9.NL)
Information Based Architecture is a small Dutch architecture office that built one of the biggest towers in the world, the 600m Canton Tower in Guangzhou. Mark Hemel explains in the tower how the design was so complicated that it could not be changed. Continue reading
In China | Shanghai | After World Expo 2010
A series of architecture videos made in China for ArchiNed. A report about the World Expo area, two years after the event. Continue reading

In China | Tianjin | MVRDV

In China | Tianjin | MVRDV

(select subtitles in english or dutch)

A series of Architecture Videos made in China for ArchiNed. This episode featuring Martine Vledder from MVRDV in Tianjin. Two thirds of this project appears to be a copy of MVRDV’s original first third…  And how do Chinese adapt the style of their facade?

  • production, camera, editing

In this series:

In China | Beijing | NEXT architects (John vd Water)
A series of Architecture Videos made in China for ArchiNed. John van de Water visits a sales point on a building site. The model of the new built area is quite spectacular. Being close to IKEA is a big selling point. Continue reading
In China | Kunming | BEAR-iD
The assignment was to make an eco-friendly building, but did it work out? What about eco-friendly building in China in general? And how does Feng Shui influence the design. Continue reading
In China | Tianjin | MVRDV
MVRDV in Tianjin. Two thirds of this project appears to be a copy of MVRDV's original first third. And how do Chinese adapt the style of their facade? Continue reading
In China | Guangzhou | Mark Hemel
Mark Hemel | In China | (16X9.NL)
Information Based Architecture is a small Dutch architecture office that built one of the biggest towers in the world, the 600m Canton Tower in Guangzhou. Mark Hemel explains in the tower how the design was so complicated that it could not be changed. Continue reading
In China | Shanghai | After World Expo 2010
A series of architecture videos made in China for ArchiNed. A report about the World Expo area, two years after the event. Continue reading

Urbanisation in China; happiness is seen everywhere

Urbanisation in China; Happiness is seen everywhere

 

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* Full version now available online!

A Journey of Wonder in Shanghai
In China urbanisation is at full pace. New neighborhoods and cities emerge faster than ever before. The inhabitants, often coming from small villages or demolished areas in the city centres, find a new social context in the new cities. The apartments are better than what they were used to, but do they feel at home there? Do the new cities meet their inhabitants’ expectations?

The ‘new rich’ can afford to buy a house in a new themed suburb. But the city centres of Thames Town or Holland Village look empty. These areas seem to be used mainly by frantic newlyweds searching the perfect surrounding for their wedding pictures.

Urbanisation In China: Happiness Is Seen Everywhere provides a background and context for the Chinese urbanisation and specifically lets the inhabitants speak. It is not a romantic picture of pretty old houses and alleys, but shows real situations and open often surprising views in modern China.

  • A jury of film critics and architects have awarded the film as “Best Documentary” at “The International Istanbul Architecture And Urbanism Film Festival” 2011. (title translated as Çin’de KentleÅŸme: Mutluluk Her Yerde). The prize consists of a statue and a cash prize of € 4000.
  • Screened on film festivals in (a.o.) Shanghai, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Seoul and the Netherlands.
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  • Released on DVD, published by Architectura & Natura
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  • DVD and Full-HD MP4
  • Supported by the Netherlands Architecture Fund
  • In cooperation with Urban Language
  • Extra on the DVD: 16 MM Mao Man

Urbanisation in China; happiness is seen everywhere (DVD cover)

News items:

  • November 2012: Urbanisation in China is translated into Korean in order to be screened on the Seoul International Architecture Film Festival, Nov.8th / 14th 2012.
  • September 2012: Urbanisation in China will be screened on saturday 22 september 2012 in Frankfurt on the China in Motion Festival . I will do a Q&A after the screening.
  • October 2011:Urbanisation in China” has been selected by a jury of film critics, directors and architects as best documentary at the Istanbul International Architecture and Urban Film Festival.
  • The screening of “Urbanisation in China” will be the final act of the Chinese Triptych exhibition @ Casla architecture institute, Almere. June 15, 8 pm. Free admission. See the website for details. 
  • The film has been screened at the MiNi Film Festival in Shanghai (April 23 & 24, Dutch Design Workspace). Interviews and articles in Time Out Shanghai, Global Times, Smart Shanghai and Creative Hunt.
    Thanks to all people who came to this great mini festival, the cinema room was just overcrowded. Special thanks to the people asking smart questions at the Q&A!
  • The DVD is “Book” of the month April at ArchiNed.
  • Screening in CASLA architecture centre (almere) during exhibition Chinees Drieluik: De alledaagse, Netwerk en Groene Newtown. From april 8 – june 20.
  • Radio interview CRTV about the film. Available as podcast.
  • Presentation of the DVD in Architectura & Natura, Amsterdam (3-3-2011). The DVD is for sale now!
  • A preview of the documentary was shown at the presentation of the book “Shanghai New Towns” (Harry den Hartog)(nov 30, 2010).

 

english / chinese – ISBN 978-94-614001-5-4
60 minutes + extra’s. RRP 12,50 euro
extra on the DVD: 16 MM Mao Man (short doc)

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