1. 2014

      • Date string
        29/04/2014
        Title
        Unique Presentation of OASE 91 in Amsterdam
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        A conversation about atmosphere in architecture.

        Two world-renowned European architects, Peter Zumthor and Juhani Pallasmaa, have both identified atmosphere as a core theme of architecture. In architectural journal OASE 91 Building Atmosphere, Zumthor and Pallasmaa engage in a conversation about building atmosphere. This issue of OASE also includes an excerpt of the bookArchitektur und Atmosphäre by German philosopher Gernot Böhme, and his reflection on the notion of atmosphere in the work of Peter Zumthor andJuhani Pallasmaa. On April 29th OASE invites these three men to continue this conversation live on stage. 

        Presentation

        Date: Tuesday 29 April 2014
        Time: 8 — 10 p.m.
        Location: Pakhuis de Zwijger, Piet Heinkade 179, Amsterdam
        Language: English
        Admission: € 25,00

        Ticket sales will start from Wednesday April 2nd 3 PM via www.dezwijger.nl/oase91. The number of places is limited. Maximum of two tickets per order.

        Programme


        OASE 91 Building Atmospheres

        ‘What do we mean when we speak of architectural quality? It is a question that I have little difficulty in answering. Quality in architecture … is to me when a building manages to move me. What on earth is it that moves me? How can I get it into my own work? … How do people design things with such a beautiful, natural presence, things that move me every single time. One word for it is Atmosphere.’ — Peter Zumthor

        OASE 91 Building Atmosphere also features a number of architectural projects, presented though a reading by literary writers, filmmakers and other professionals in whose disciplines atmosphere is a main concern. 

        Editors: 

        With contributions by:

        Order a copy via www.nai010.com/oase91 (€ 19.95)
    2. 2014

      • Date string
        10/03/2014
        Title
        Now available: OASE 92. Codes and Continuities
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        This issue of OASE magazine sheds light on a set of modernist architectural approaches that have languished in the shadow of their canonical counterparts. In this way, OASE offers points of departure for rethinking contemporary design attitudes. The so-called shadow canon epitomises an alternative set of design sensibilities and attitudes toward typology, tectonics and composition and advocates the presence of tradition as a means of rearticulating the modern. This double edition of Oase will have great relevance for a contemporary national and international discourse and practice characterised by a relentless search for more nuanced approaches to the built environment.
    3. 2014

        1. Date string
          16/01/2014
          Title
          OASE 91 on the web
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          OASE 91 is being positively reviewed by James Taylor-Foster on ArchdailyArchidose (A Daily Dose of Architecture) reviews OASE 91 in it’s blog. The latest issue is also being referred to by drs. ir. Jan den Boer on Cobouw (dutch only). Archined dedicates an article on ‘Building Atmospheres’ and on the site of ‘de Architect’ OASE 91 is named one of Sander Woertmans favorite architectural books of 2013! (Both Dutch only.)
      • 2013

        • Date string
          17/12/2013
          Title
          Now available: OASE 91. Building Atmosphere
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          Atmosphere is an essential concept for Swiss architect Peter Zumthor.  In his text Atmospheres (1996), Zumthor identified a series of themes that play a role in his work in achieving architectonic atmosphere. OASE exchanges ideas with Zumthor about the current relevance of this text, and about the practice of bringing together these elements in the design and construction process. Finnish architect Juhani Pallasmaa relates atmosphere in architecture to examples and theories from other disciplines like psychology and the visual arts. Zumthor and Pallasmaa also introduce the work of contemporary architects who in their view succeed in truly creating atmosphere through construction.

          Peter Zumthor is winner of the 2009 Pritzker Prize and 2013 RIBA Royal Gold Medal. Zumthor has taught at Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles (1988), and the Harvard Graduate School of Design (1999) among others. 

          Juhani Pallasmaa is Ruth & Norman Moore Visiting Professor at Washington University in St. Louis, Misouri as well as the current Plym Professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Champaign, Illinois. Pallasmaa’s book The Eyes of the Skin – Architecture and the Senses has become a classic of architectural theory and is required reading on courses in many schools of architecture around the world.
      • 2013

        • Date string
          17/12/2013
          Title
          Leeuwendalersweg 623–667, 3 Scenes
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          OASE asked filmmaker Nanouk Leopold and visual artist Daan Emmen to react on the collective space in a social housing block in the Kolenkitarea in Amsterdam by korth tielens architecten. Their contribution to issue #91 consists of a montage of 27 videostills and an online presentation.

          The recordings are made in the stairways and entrance hall of the appartment-building, Leeuwendalersweg 623–667 in the Kolenkitarea in Amsterdam West.

          Read more …
      • 2013

          1. Date string
            02/08/2013
            Title
            OASE at CCA, Montreal
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            A discussion on architectural magazines and publishing with Pierre Chabard, co-founder of the biannual French magazine Criticat, and Véronique Patteeuw, editor of OASE.

            Chabard will discuss Criticat’s production process as well as its editorial line-up and approach to architectural criticism. Patteeuw will present OASE within the field of architectural publishing and its latest issue addressing the question “what is good architecture?”.

            Event information: 
            8 August 2013, 6:00 pm 
            CCA Bookstore
            Free Admission

            more information

        • 2013

            1. Date string
              19/06/2013
              Title
              OASE 90 in Abitare 533
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              “Abitare” and the editors (Christophe van Gerrewey, Véronique Patteeuw and Hans Teerds) of OASE 90 come together to examine and discuss possible answers to this question, considering the various points of view and stances taken in response to the simple, yet complex question: “What is Good Architecture?”
          • 2013

            • Date string
              27/06/2013
              Title
              Presentation OASE 90. What is good architecture?
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              The recently published issue n°90 of the architectural journal OASE is entitled “What is good architecture?”. Bob Van Reeth and the curators of the Bob Van Reeth exhibition, Bart Verschaffel and Christophe van Gerrewey contributed amongst others to this issue. On June 27, during the nocturne at BOZAR, the issue will be presented by OASE editor Véronique Patteeuw. Afterwards Bob Van Reeth will talk about his view on architectural quality, a view that will be challenged by other definitions of good architecture.

              Date:
              27th of June 2013, 7:30 pm

              Place: 
              at the entrance of the exhibition  Bob Van Reeth: Architect

              Entrance: 
              free — reservation via www.bozar.be

              Language:
              Dutch

              Coproduction:
              Bozar Architecture, A+Belgian Architectural Review

          • 2013

            • Date string
              29/05/2013
              Title
              Now available: OASE 90. What Is Good Architecture?
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              Many problems in today’s architecture world would vanish if every once in a while it was clearer what is meant by good architecture. The ‘crisis of criticism’, for instance, is a symptom – seldom recognised as such – of the impossibility of knowing (or daring to know) what good architecture is. The assumption, critical in itself (and certainly useful), that each architecture project has to be judged anew each time has led everyone to unquestioningly assume that there is no values model for architecture. It has also ensured that the last models for evaluating architecture (modernism and postmodernism) are been followed merely by perversions (supermodernism, retromodernism, etcetera) or by ideals made into science (sustainability, mathematical models and regionalism).

              Nevertheless, it is impossible to work with architecture – in design, theory or history – without making assumptions about criteria for quality. Just because a unique values model no longer exists does not mean that different values models cannot exist side by side. This issue of OASE uncovers and makes explicit the assumptions underlying these models, by posing the simple question ‘What is good architecture?’ in different ways and have it answered by people whose ‘main occupation’ is architecture. 

              Of course the question of good architecture cannot be answered unequivocally and definitively. But simply because a question is certain to have an infinite number of answers does not mean it should not be asked. This issue of OASE can be like a banquet at which each guest selects something entirely different from the menu in a well-reasoned and forthright way – and so keeps the architecture party going.

          • 2013

              1. Edmond Sacré, Bagattenstraat, 1908
            • Date string
              25/04/2013
              Title
              Presentation: OASE 89. Medium
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              OASE 89 wil be presented on April 25 in the Stadsmuseum Gent (STAM).

              Klaske Havik will present the issue.
              Lada Hrsak will reveal the project ‘Scramble City’.
              Michiel Dehaene will discuss the Mid-Size City in a conversation with Bart Verschaffel and Rudi Laermans.

              stamgent.be

          • 2013

              1. Karel Martens, Monoprint on discarded system card
            • Date string
              01/04/2013
              Title
              Karel Martens in Paris
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              Le graphiste néerlandais Karel Martens occupe une place essentielle dans le paysage du graphisme, de l’art et du design d’aujourd’hui. L’un des praticiens les plus importants de sa discipline, Martens a développé depuis 1961 un travail à la fois appliqué et autonome, personnel et expérimental.

              Ses contributions au graphisme incluent des timbres et des cartes téléphoniques, des revues et des livres, mais également de la signalétique et des interventions spécifiques dans des bâtiments. Sa pratique d’artiste, intimement liée à celle du graphiste, se développe autour d’une fascination pour la matérialité du papier, l’impression d’artefacts industriels et des constructions géométriques et “kinétiques”.

              Parmi ses nombreuses distinctions: le prix H.N. Werkman (1993) pour la conception graphique de la revue OASE, le prix Dr A.H. Heineken de l’art (1996), la médaille d’or à la Foire du livre de Leipzig (1998) et la Gerrit Noordzijprijs (2012). Martens enseigne à la Yale School of Art, et a co-fondé l’école Werkplaats Typografie en 1997.

              Karel Martens s’entretient avec Véronique Patteeuw, architecte de formation, enseignante à l’ENSAP Lille et éditrice de la revue OASE.

          • 2013

            • Date string
              12/02/2013
              Title
              Now available: OASE 89. Medium. Images of the Mid-Size City
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              OASE 89 is dedicated to the image of the mid-size city. Not just the way this is interpreted, but also how it is produced by urban designers and architects. The urbanism discourse has long focused on phenomena such as the generic city. OASE 89, on the other hand, also devotes attention to the typically European condition characterized by its vast number of small and mid-size cities. In contrast with the (Asian) generic city, typified by its massive scale and loss of (historical) identity and public domain, there is the European mid-size city: a city with historical and geographical identity. This makes the model of this European generic city a resilient model, one with staying power in light of today’s urban challenges.

          • 2012

            • Date string
              01/11/2012
              Title
              Now available: OASE 88. Exhibitions. Showing and Producing Architecture
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              OASE 88 examines the role of the architecture exhibition as a site of production. Bridging theory and practice, and relating historical examples to contemporary concerns, this issue considers the exhibition as a medium for experimentation, providing an alternative to the built project as a bearer of the practice of architecture.

              Throughout modernity, exhibitions have played an essential part in the formation and differentiation of the culture of architecture. Apart from their historiographical role, they have been a means to identify commonalities in the present, stage discourse and instigate new forms of practice. But exhibitions are also built spatial manifestations in themselves and spaces in which unrealized proposals can be made public. As such, they offer various occasions for the elaboration of experimental design practices.

          • 2012

            • Date string
              23/08/2012
              Title
              Now available: OASE 87. Alan Colquhoun
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              OASE 87 is dedicated to the thinking and the position of British architect Alan Colquhoun, situated within today’s debate on architecture criticism. The issue presents not only the different themes that Colquhoun has addressed in his work, but also the various positions that he has taken in his career: scholar, critic and practitioner.

              Alan Colquhoun (b. 1921) has managed for decades to link his practical experiences with a particular way of thinking about architecture history and theory. Colquhoun has been making his mark since the 1950s, with constructive contributions to the discourse and the theorization of architecture. He has written important books like The Oxford History of Modern Architecture, and published essays in Architectural Criticism and Modernity and the Classical Tradition. Colquhoun’s work illustrates that architecture – even today – needs its own theory and cultural position.

          • 2012

              1. Date string
                06/07/2012
                Title
                Public lecture by Owen Hatherley
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                Owen Hatherley is speaking within the programme of the Werkplaats Typographie End of the Year Show on Friday 6 July, in De Ateliers in Amsterdam.

                Hatherley is a writer who lives in London. He writes on architecture, urbanism and popular culture and is one of the contributors to OASE’s upcoming issue OASE 87 ‘Alan Colquhoun’.

                Public lecture:
                Friday 6 July 17:00-18:00
                followed by exhibition opening with drinks, 18:00-21:00

                Location:
                De Ateliers, Stadhouderskade 86, 1073 AT Amsterdam

                 

            • 2012

            • 2012

                1. Date string
                  30/05/2012
                  Title
                  Now available: abstracts of OASE articles
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                  In order to enhance OASE’s academic profile, the journal publishes from issue #81 onwards abstracts for all its articles. These abstracts permit an accurate insight into the contents of each contribution and allow scholars to explore OASE for research material. The contents of all abstracts is searchable through the website’s search engine.

              • 2012

                  1. Pilgrimage church from Sint Jan van Nepomuk, Ždár - Giovanni Santini Aichel
                • Date string
                  12/04/2012
                  Title
                  OASE 86 on Archined
                  Educated text tagged

                  The 86ste edition of the journal for architecture OASE is completely dedicated to baroque. On the relation between a small Czech pilgrimage church, the Berlin Philharmonic and a National parc Centre in the Swiss Zernez.

                  Read more at Archined

              • 2012

                  1. Date string
                    06/03/2012
                    Title
                    New OASE editor
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                    Christophe van Gerrewey is scientific researcher (FWO) at the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Ghent University. He is preparing a PhD on post-war architecture criticism. He is the editor of Rooted in the Real. Writings on Architecture by Geert Bekaert (2011) and publishes on architecture and the arts. In 2012 appeared his first novel Op de hoogte, De Bezige Bij Antwerpen.  

                • 2012

                • 2011

                  • Date string
                    30/12/2011
                    Title
                    Now available: OASE 86. Baroque
                    Educated text tagged

                    In OASE 86, the architecture of the baroque is revisited and assessed with specific regards to its relevance for modern and contemporary architecture. On the basis of several historical studies, this issue examines how the complex geometric compositions, surface treatments and semantic operations of the baroque might be connected to contemporary design practice. To that end, the authors turn their attention to relatively underexposed practices, such as the Bohemian baroque of Santini Aichel and the work of Nicholas Hawksmoor, and examine the reception of the baroque by modern architects such as Hans Scharoun and Luigi Moretti. The way in which the baroque figures as a fertile medium for recent architectural practice in Europe is investigated in interviews with Hermann Czech and Christ & Gantenbein, and assessed in studies of the work of Robbrecht & Daem and Valerio Olgiati.

                    Editors of this issue: David de Bruijn, Maarten Delbeke, Job Floris, Christoph Grafe, Ruben Molendijk, Tom Vandeputte

                    With contributions by: Andrew Leach, Dirk De Meyer, Christian Kieckens, Luigi Moretti, Hans Scharoun, Martijn van Beek, Irina Davidovici

                • 2011

                    1. Date string
                      28/12/2011
                      Title
                      Call for Papers: OASE 89. Medium. Images of the Mid-Size City
                      Educated text tagged

                      Europe is a continent of small and medium sized cities. This could be a geographical statement, but is perhaps a more pertinent observation on the dominant collective imagination regarding the city. If the metropolis is the place of the modern urban experience, then the small and medium sized city is the context in which modernity is being absorbed and gains its familiar and honorable face. It is the natural habitat of a reformist type of urbanism and architecture that embrace modernity without choosing for the uncompromising idiom of modernism but chooses to package the new within a project that chooses for identity and legibility.

                      Once the center of its own territory, the mid-size-city is more than ever the part and parcel of a horizontal network within which the opportunities and problems of the contemporary urban condition manifest themselves. The big assignments, demography, migration, mobility, ecology, are just as well the challenges of the large, mid-sized or small cities. From this perspective, the mid-size city has become today again the place in which the images and imaginaries surrounding the European city are being tuned and readjusted . This is both manifest not only in the return of traditional images and urbanisms that take the small town as the reference point for a narrative on sustainable development (e.g. transition towns), but also in the rediscovery of the mediating role of the mid-size-city and its capacity to generate new imaginaries (e.g. the project ‘Mid-Size-Utopia’, Zandbelt&vandenBerg). The mid-size-city, it turns out, is well equipped to accommodate the changing roles and positions within the networked landscape of cities. We are being witness to the reinvention of a historical cities’ network, in which no longer the central position of the different cities with respect to their hinterland is leading, but rather their respective interaction and relative position within an open network.

                      For a new issue of the journal OASE dedicated to this theme we are in search of contributions on projects and design research specifically concerned with the Mid-Size-City as the place where the quite transformation of the European contingent takes on concrete spatial form and becomes the object of architectural and urbanistic intervention. Authors who approach the issue of the mid-size city from a perspective other than the project or design research are advised to respond to the Call For Papers of the Ghent Urban Studies Team for the colloquium ‘Mid-Size City. The dual nature of urban imagery in Europe during the long 20th century’ (Ghent, 19-21 April 2012). Authors can respond to both Call for Papers as well.

                      Abstracts of max. 500 words are due before 31 January 2011, e-mail to bruno.notteboom@ugent.be

                      OASE 89 will be released in the Fall of 2012; selected authors will be expected to deliver their full papers by the end of March 2012.

                  • 2011

                      1. Date string
                        20/11/2011
                        Title
                        Call for Papers: OASE 88. The Exhibition as a Site of Production
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                        What possible relations can the exhibition assume in relation to architectural practice? How does its dual character, appearing both as a spatial situation in its own right and as a vehicle for making unrealised proposals known to a public, provide an opportunity to produce new discourses, experimentally stage architectural practice, or reconsider disciplinary limits? 

                        OASE 88 examines the role of the architectural exhibition as site of production, rather than a strictly representative device. Bridging theory and practice, and relating historical examples to contemporary concerns, it considers the exhibition as a medium for architectural experimentation, providing an alternative to the built project as a bearer of architectural practice.

                        OASE invites architects, historians and theorists to contribute to the upcoming issue. We specifically welcome case studies of historical exhibitions related to the above-mentioned questions.

                        Abstracts of max. 500 words are due before 15 December 2011, e-mail to vpatteeuw@gmail.com and t.g.e.vandeputte@gmail.com

                        OASE 88 will be released in the course of 2012; selected authors will be expected to deliver their full papers by spring 2012.

                    • 2011

                        1. Photo: David Bennewith
                      • Date string
                        11/11/2011
                        Title
                        Documentary on OASE designer Karel Martens
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                        The work of Karel Martens has taken an important place in the European art and design landscape. During his 50-year-long career, Martens has designed books and magazines, facades, signs and stamps. Since 1990, he is the designer of all OASE issues.

                        Martens will be featured in television programme ‘De Canvasconnectie’, 13 november 2011, on CANVAS (BE) at 20.15.

                        Trailer

                    • 2011

                        1. Date string
                          10/11/2011
                          Title
                          Symposium 'Models: On Imagination and Reality'
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                          Following the publication of OASE 84 ‘Models’, editor Anne Holtrop organises in collaboration with KAdE a symposium on models on 17 November 2011 in the Kunsthal in Amersfoort.

                          The evening programme:

                          19:00 Doors open and possibility to visit the exhibition MärklinWorld.
                          19:30 Start of the symposium.

                          Introduction by Anne Holtrop (moderator for the evening). Speakers: Christophe van Gerrewey (on the model as autonomous architectural work) and Krijn de Koning (on imagination).

                          The symposium will be held in Dutch and will end at 22:00.

                          See the website of Kunsthal KAdE for more information.

                      • 2011

                          1. Photo: Dorine van Meel
                          2. Photo: Carlo Menon
                        • Date string
                          03/11/2011
                          Title
                          Panel discussion 'Constructing Criticism'
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                          On Saturday 5 November, OASE editors Veronique Patteeuw and Tom Vandeputte will chair a discussion at the Architectural Association, London on new modes of criticism in recent publishing practices. Participants in the discussion will include Tina di Carlo (Log), Matteo Ghidoni (San Rocco), Benedikt Boucsein (Camenzind), Ian Pollard (matzine), Tiago Casanova (scopio) en Sebastian Craig (Touching on Architecture).

                          The event takes place between 4pm and 5pm in the New Soft Room, Architectural Association, 36 Bedford Square, London WC1B 3ES.

                          More information

                      • 2011

                          1. Photo: OASE
                        • Date string
                          30/10/2011
                          Title
                          OASE at the Architectural Association, London
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                          OASE will take part in the exhibition ARCHIZINES at the Architectural Association School of Architecture, London. ARCHIZINES celebrates the recent resurgence of alternative architectural publishing with 60 new fanzines, magazines and journals from around the world. The exhibition, curated by Elias Redstone, is open to the public from 5 November to 14 December 2011. The private view takes place on Friday 4 November, followed by two chaired discussions in the Architectural Association on Saturday 5 November.

                          AA Website

                      • 2011

                      • 2011

                        • Date string
                          28/09/2011
                          Title
                          OASE 81 Wins CICA Pierre Vago Journalism Award
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                          The International Committee of Architectural Critics (CICA) has announced that the CICA Pierre Vago Journalism Award 2011 is awarded to OASE 81 ‘Constructing Criticism’.

                          The complete list of winners was announced at the CICA Symposium held within the UIA World Congress Tokyo 2011 on September 28th in the Tokyo International Forum. The international jury consisted of: Joseph Rykwert (USA/UK), Manuel Cuadra (Germany), Sengül Gür (Turkey), Louise Noelle (Mexico) and Jennifer Taylor (Australia).

                          List of winners (PDF)

                      • 2011

                          1. Date string
                            14/07/2011
                            Title
                            OASE Reader’s Survey
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                            OASE’s editor and publisher are very interested in the opinion and appreciation of it’s readers. That’s why we invite all our readers to participate in OASE’s Readers survey.

                        • 2011

                          • Date string
                            06/07/2011
                            Title
                            Recently published: OASE 84
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                            In OASE 84 the architectural model takes centre stage. Models are such a self-evident aspect of the architectural métier that barely any thought has been given to the specific contribution that these physical models make to the discipline. In an era when computer visualizations dominate architectural (re) presentation, the demise of the model seems to be looming on the horizon. While in architecture the role of the model remains underexposed and is even being called into question, in the visual arts the spatial capability of the model is currently being discovered. The models made by artists are revealing the power and quality of architectural models anew, and these special attributes are the subject of investigation in OASE 84.

                            Launch of OASE issue 84 on Wednesday July 6th, 2011 at Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

                        • 2011

                          • Date string
                            06/07/2011
                            Title
                            Presentation OASE 84
                            Educated short text tagged

                            Launch of issue OASE 84 on Wednesday July 6th, 2011 at Gemeentemuseum Den Haag with a lecture by Stefaan Vervoort on models in the artistic domain and by Christophe van Gerrewey on models in the architectural realm.

                        • 2011

                          • Date string
                            01/06/2011
                            Title
                            Exhibition on OASE’s Graphic Designer Karel Martens
                            Educated text tagged

                            This exhibition, held in Gallery The Narrows in Melbourne, focuses on Martens’ contribution to the graphic style of OASE. From 1990 (Issue 28) Martens took over the art direction of the journal, often working with students from the Werkplaats Typografie, an experimental typography school he founded in 1998 with Wigger Bierma. What began as a student magazine, evolved into an international professional journal in which a reflective and critical approach to architecture, urban design and landscape architecture is the mainstay. Recently celebrating its 75th issue, the success of OASE is, in part, due to Martens’ refined graphic statement, often absorbing his experiments in print and typography, while upholding the dialogue between graphic design and architecture. The exhibition features all 56 issues of OASE designed by Martens along with printed matter from his experimental studio practice. 

                        1. 29/04/2014
                          Unique Presentation of OASE 91 in Amsterdam

                          A conversation about atmosphere in architecture with Peter Zumthor, Juhani Pallasmaa and Gernot Böhme

                          Read more

                        2. 10/03/2014
                          Now available: OASE 92. Codes and Continuities

                          This issue of OASE magazine sheds light on a set of modernist architectural approaches that have languished in the shadow of their canonical counterparts.

                          Read more

                        3. 16/01/2014
                          OASE 91 on the web

                          Read more

                        4. 17/12/2013
                          Now available: OASE 91. Building Atmosphere

                          This issue of OASE is all about Atmosphere as the core theme of architecture and is guest edited by renowned Swiss architect Peter Zumthor and Finnish architect Juhani Pallasmaa. They have identified atmosphere as the core theme of architecture, each in his own way.

                          Read more

                        5. 17/12/2013
                          Leeuwendalersweg 623–667, 3 Scenes

                          OASE asked filmmaker Nanouk Leopold and visual artist Daan Emmen to react on the collective space in a social housing block in the Kolenkitarea in Amsterdam by korth tielens architecten. Their contribution to issue #91 consists of a montage of 27 videostills and an online presentation.

                          Read more

                        6. 02/08/2013
                          OASE at CCA, Montreal

                          OASE editor Véronique Patteeuw in conversation with Pierre Chabart (Criticat) on architectural publishing on August 8th

                          Read more

                        7. 19/06/2013
                          OASE 90 in Abitare 533

                          “Abitare” and the OASE editors talk about OASE 90

                          Read more

                        8. 27/06/2013
                          Presentation OASE 90. What is good architecture?

                          OASE 90 will be presented on June 27th in the framework of the exhibition “Bob Van Reeth : Architect”, BOZAR, Brussels

                          Read more

                        9. 29/05/2013
                          Now available: OASE 90. What Is Good Architecture?

                          This issue of OASE investigates the assumptions behind existing value models by having the question ‘what is good architecture?’ answered by people whose ‘preoccupation’ is architecture.

                          Read more

                        10. 25/04/2013
                          Presentation: OASE 89. Medium
                          1. Edmond Sacré, Bagattenstraat, 1908

                          OASE 89 wil be presented on April 25 in the Stadsmuseum Gent (STAM).

                          Read more

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