Publications

Claude Laurens. Architect

In the context of his doctoral research, Johan Lagae conducted research on the personal archives of the French architect Claude Laurens.

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Collected writings by Geert Bekaert

Since 2007, at the department of architecture & urban planning, the publication of the collected writings (in Dutch) of the Belgian architecture critic Geert Bekaert (1928) is an on-going project. Mid-eighties, already the two first volumes were published, edited by Mil De Kooning and Herman Stynen. Between 2008 and 2012 the next 7 volumes were published, edited by Christophe Van Gerrewey and Mil De Kooning.

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Congo belge (en images)

For this exhibition, Magnum photographer Carl De Keyzer and Johan Lagae selected nearly 100 images from the immense visual archive at the Royal Museum of Central Africa, Tervuren, the largest part of which dates from 1885 to 1908.

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Labo S Works 2004-2014. A landscape perspective on urbanism

Over the past decade Labo S has been operating in the margins of the (urban) landscape by studying real places which go largely unnoticed and examining concrete problems that are rarely debated in the spotlight of the media or academia ...

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Publication of The Baroque in Architectural Culture, 1880-1980

The edited volume The Baroque in Architectural Culture 1880-1980 has appeared with Ashgate; editors are Andrew Leach, Maarten Delbeke and John Macarthur.

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Recollecting Landscapes: re-photography, memory and transformation

‘Recollecting Landscapes’ uses documentary re-photography for research on urbanism, landscape, heritage, spatial planning, infrastructure, etc. It observes the evolution of landscapes until today. Over the course of a century, an exceptional photographic collection was composed that covers the northern parts of the Belgian territory.

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