1·Lectures


1·Lectures | Peter Bishop | London – a city detached

Peter Bishop will trace the evolution of London to becoming a global capital, the strategies that have been used and consider how it might adapt to Brexit.


1·Lectures | Peter Salter | Walmer Yard

Discover all about the design and construction of the extraordinary London Walmer Yard by Peter Salter


New Series 1·Lectures

The Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind kicked off the new series of 1Lectures in February 2018.


1·Lectures | The Act Of Building | Robbert van der Horst

First lecture of a new series kicked off by visual artist Robbert van der Horst about the essence of building


1·Lectures | Towards Mapping Urban Intensities | Ilze Paklone

The Urbanism lectures in the 1Lectures series coming academic year are addressing the point at which Amsterdam is at the moment – moving from a mid-size city to a metropolis. This has consequences on all levels of urban development from intensity to resilience, from economy to democracy and culture. In four lectures under the titles […]


1·Lectures | Post Disaster | Post Conflict | Rogier van den Berg

The Urbanism lectures in the 1Lectures series coming academic year are addressing the point at which Amsterdam is at the moment – moving from a mid-size city to a metropolis. This has consequences on all levels of urban development from intensity to resilience, from economy to democracy and culture. In four lectures under the titles […]


1·Lectures | SOLD OUT | Bijlmerbajes | OMA & FABRICations

OMA’s David Gianotten and Eric Frijters, founder of FABRICations, on the redevelopment of the Bijlmerbajes.


1·Lectures | Caroline Bos // UNStudio

Caroline Bos, co-founder and Principal Urban Planner will talk about ‘Knowledge Tools’: architecture as a knowledge practice and how knowledge is applied, as detailed in the recent book ‘Knowledge Matters’ at the Academy of Architecture on 19 October. Caroline Bos studied History of Art at Birkbeck College of the University of London and Urban and Regional Planning at […]


1·Lectures | Burgerweeshuis | Wessel de Jonge

SOLD OUT Architect Wessel de Jonge lectures about the renovation of the Burgerweeshuis in Amsterdam


1·Lectures | Landscaping the Station

On November 23rd, senior architect at studioSK, Paul van der Ree, will expand on the concept ‘landscaping the station’, the process of transforming the station area into a station landscape.


1·Lectures | Peter van Assche // bureau SLA

In this last 1Lectures of the fall season, architect and founder of bureau SLA, Peter van Assche, speaks about circular architecture, cuddly sustainability, and new societies.


1·Lectures | PATCH22 & Temporary Courthouse Amsterdam

On June 1st, Tom Frantzen (Frantzen et al architects) and Ronald Schleurholts (cepezed) will take care of the last 1·Lectures of the season.


1·Lectures plus debate | The Productive City

On April 20th architect and urban planner Kristiaan Borret takes a refreshing perspective on the spatial quality of urban space. He shares his experiences as former city architect of Antwerp and his current position as city architect of Brussels.


1·Lectures | Georges Descombes SOLD OUT

Georges Descombes, architect, trained at the University of Geneva and the Architectural Association in London, has worked “in the landscape” since the Parc de Lancy (1980-86) and his participation in the “Swiss Path” (1987-1991). During his 1Lectures, Descombes will share some of his works, including the prize-winning Aire River project.


1·Lectures | P15 / Ravel Plaza

On March 23rd, architect Gijs Rikken (MVRDV) and Cees van der Spek (OVG Real Estate) will give a 1·Lectures on their project P15/Ravel Plaza located on the Zuidas.