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On 29 June, an exhibition of dismantled building components from the former building of the Ministry of Social Affairs was held in situ during the final review of Studio Rotor: Deconstruction. The session marked the end of an intensive ten-week workshop programme with TU Delft Visiting Professors Lionel Devlieger and Maarten Gielen of the Brussels-based office Rotor. The programme combined an international conference at TU Delft and archival seminars at Het Nieuwe Instituut with analyses of case studies, site visits, and radical redesign.

Studio credits

Visiting Professors: Lionel Devlieger and Maarten Gielen (Rotor); Hosting Chair: Dick van Gameren, Architecture and Dwelling; Coordinator: Dirk van den Heuvel, head JBSC; Coordinator JBSC / Het Nieuwe Instituut: Victor Muñoz Sanz; Guest Teacher: Jacques Vink; Student Assistant: Arthur Schoonenberg; Experts Heritage, Het Nieuwe Instituut: Ellen Smit and Suzanne Mulder; Students: Amanda Schuurbiers, Anna Gunnink, Ben Summers, Duong Vu Hong, Helena Andersson, Kasia S. Soltysiak, Melanie Kwaks, Michelle Beman, Monsicha Kaniaprasert, Nutcha Somboonthanasarn, Serah Calitz, Steven van der Woude, Tanya Tsui, Mara Wang.

With special thanks to: Heritage department Het Nieuwe Instituut, HVE Architecten bv, Studio Leon Thier, Stebru Transformatie B.V., MRC Development, Gemeente Rotterdam, OMA, Herman Hertzberger and Laurens Jan ten Kate / AHH, Jac. Huijsmans and Kris Valstar / MRP Development, Misja Andriol / Bright!, Floris Alkemade / Atelier Rijksbouwmeester.

13:00 – 17:30

Former building of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment
Anna van Hannoverstraat 4
2595 BJ Den Haag