• OASE62
        • Autonomous Architecture and the Project of the City
        • 2003

        Abstract
        OASE 62 is devoted to ‘Autonomous Architecture and the Project of the City’. In the late 1960s, the Italian design collective Tendenza brought the autonomous development of architecture into the limelight. Aldo Rossi and Giorgio Grassi, in particular, formulated the typological forms and basis elements that define the ‘European city’, in order to identify patterns that have proved enduring and can be turned into elements for a new design. Tendenza had a major impact throughout Europe and North America. OASE 62 examines the relevance of Tendenza’s operating practice using the practice model in the Netherlands, Carel Weeber’s Black Madonna. It also offers a contribution to the current discussion on the shelf life of ‘the European city’.
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      Full interview OASE#93 "The Discourse on Landscape in the Low Countries" available online!
      1. OASE#93 "Making Landscape Public, Making Public Landscapes"

      Joachim Declerck, Frits Palmboom and Dirk Sijmons were interviewed on 26 June 2014 by Michiel Dehaene, Bruno Notteboom and Hans Teerds on the topic addressed in OASE#93 “Making landscape Public, Making Public Landscape”. The full inter view can be read online on our website.

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    2. 11/11/2014
      Film screening at launch OASE #93

      On November 20th OASE and the Architecture Film Festival, will screen “Robinson in Ruins” by Patrick Keiller in Floriscoop Rotterdam at the launch of the new OASE #93 magazine. The film will be introduced by the editors Michiel Dehaene and Claudia Faraone in English. Entrance is 5 euro. Seats are limited, please reserve a seat by filling in the form on the website of the AFFR.

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    3. 02/05/2014
      Call for papers OASE 94 | O.M.A. – The First Decade

      With this theme issue of OASE we would like to transcend national or polemical discussions, and look at the architectural production of O.M.A. during this first decade, leading to 1989 — a mythical but at the same time not very well-known period in the history of the office.

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    4. 29/04/2014
      Unique Presentation of OASE 91 in Amsterdam

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

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    5. 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.

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    6. 16/01/2014
      OASE 91 on the web

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    7. 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.

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    8. 17/12/2013
      Leeuwendalersweg 623–667, 3 Scenes

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    9. 02/08/2013
      OASE at CCA, Montreal

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

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    10. 19/06/2013
      OASE 90 in Abitare 533

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