SOLD OUT 1Lectures Second Nature | Hannah Schubert, Leo van Broeck, Mark Minkjan

Landscape architect Hannah Schubert (1982) is giving a 1Lectures on the topic of her book and research project Second Nature – a slow, natural transformation as an alternative to demolition. She also invites Leo van Broeck, Flemish Bouwmeester, and Mark Minkjan, editor-in chief-of Failed Architectur,e to talk about the subject on the night of 14 February 2019 at the Amsterdam Academy of Architecture.

Second Nature
Hannah Schubert wants to give ‘failed buildings’ a second chance by letting nature take its course, in order for ruins to be slowly incorporated into the landscape. She also transforms public space into adventurous play landscapes, often in places that are hardly used.

The Netherlands lacks places where order has been lifted. Every centimetre has a destination, which is also laid down in rules and decisions. There is no room for the indefinable, for the rough nature that can go its own way’, says landscape architect Hannah Schubert (1982) in an interview with Read the whole article in Dutch here.

1Lectures | Second Nature, Hannah Schubert, Leo van Broeck, Mark Minkjan
Date: Thursday 14 February 2019
Time: 8 PM / Doors 7.30PM
Location: Academy of Architecture Amsterdam, Waterlooplein 213
Tickets: SOLD OUT €7,50,- | Available in our online ticketshop
Academy of Architecture Amsterdam students are entitled to free admission on presentation of their student ID card.
Language: English

Hannah Schubert
Landscape architect Hannah Schubert graduated cum laude from the Academy of Architecture in Amsterdam in 2015 on the project Second Nature. Besides working as a landscape architect, she is a freelance writer and a guest lecturer at the Academy of Architecture. For the Amsterdam Architecture Centre she participated in visualising the election programmes of the City of Amsterdam in the project Partijlijnen in 2017.

Leo van Broeck
Leo van Broek has been Vlaams Bouwmeester (Flemish Master Architect) since 2016. For the publication Second Nature he wrote the article ‘Second Nature, because the first one is almost gone? Belgium has a similar project, with the name ‘Room for demolition’, initiated by KU Leuven and HoGent-KASK, which received the Bouwmeester label in 2017. The aim of the project is, with the joint work of students and teachers, to create a social basis for reducing the pavement in the Flemish open space.

Mark Minkjan
Mark Minkjan also contributed to the publication with his article ‘The relief of the modern ruin’. Minkjan is an urban geographer and architectural critic. He is editor-in-chief of Failed Architecture, a platform for critical urban discourse through an online magazine, podcasts, events and more.

Photography: Milad Pallesh

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