6211 AS Maastricht
T +31 (0)43 3503020
F +31 (0)43 3503021
P.O. Box 1217
6201 BE Maastricht
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Wednesday - Sunday
11h00 - 17h00
Bureau Europa is closed on Mondays, January 1, during Carnival, April 30 and December 25.
Free admission during Museum weekend.
Groups (min. 12 persons) €3,-
Children under 12 years free admission
Dutch national museum card free admission
Bureau Europa provides guided tours in Dutch, English, German, French upon request.
Please contact us for more information, fees and reservations.
Saskia van Stein
Coordinator internal affairs
Prof. dr. P.M.J.E. Tummers (chair), professor emeritus and former Dean Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Maastricht University
Prof. Ir. F. Humblé, professor at RWTH (Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule) and architect/urbanism
C.J.N.M. Jacobs, former Alderman Financiën, Economie en Cultuur of the city of Maastricht
Dr. Vivian van Saaze, Assistant Professor at Maastricht University
In 2006 Bureau Europa was founded as NAI Maastricht, a satellite venue of the former Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI) in Rotterdam. Since 2013, the organisation operates independently as Bureau Europa, platform for architecture and design.
As a presentation platform and network organisation, Bureau Europa presents exhibitions, lectures, workshops, city tours, and other discourse-based activities in the field of architecture, urbanism, and design. From a societal perspective, Bureau Europa aims to advance knowledge production and talent development and operate within the realm of cultural significance. We articulate these aims in cultural projects at our institute and within the public domain. Bureau Europa’s focus is primarily on the common social agenda of Europe and the Maas-Rhine Euroregion.
Bureau Europa’s programme seeks to activate and extend analysis about the designed environment, and we initiate collaborations and projects to convey narratives about our cities and surroundings. The topics we address include the structure of information, interiority and the city, food production, security and dissemination, the future of work, the history and migration of crafts (in relation to resource scarcity and technological acceleration), and new economies and old borders, to name but a few.
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