Research projects Maarten Liefooghe

Architecture Exhibitions in 'Flanders', 1983-2010

Belgium has never had a national architecture museum or architecture center. At least since the mid-1980s, however, a diffuse landscape emerged of small and mid-sized platforms - organizations as well as gallery spaces - that put architecture on display.

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Curating Architecture in the Expanded Field of Historic Preservation: 1:1 Models and In Situ Interventions

Contemporary architecture exhibitions might contain solutions to challenges in preserving the built environment.

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Exhibition 'Open Call. 20 Years of Public Architecture'

This project is an explorative research of the Open Call architecture competition procedure as developed and used by the Flemish Government Architect between 1999 and 2019

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Expolab: Exhibition & Lecture Series

Expolab was a public research programme about exhibiting architecture, from October 2014 to March 2015. It consisted of a public masterclass, a lecture series and an exhibition.

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Reconstruction Architecture in the Front Zone of ‘14-’18

During the reconstruction of WWI, a whole new landscape was laid out in the front zone. Woods had disappeared and were only partially replanted.

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The monographic factor: theoretical and architectural aspects of single-artist museums

Doctoral dissertation Maarten Liefooghe

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Urbanism and Heritage in Ostend

Commissioned by AGSO (the autonomous municipal company for city renewal of Ostend), Labo S conducted a literature study in order to support a Plan of Action for the Built Heritage in the city of Ostend.

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