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New Faces in European Architecture

2 September 2006 – 21 April 2007
With the opening exhibition ‘New Faces in European Architecture: David Adjaye, Jürgen Mayer H., PLOT = BIG + JDS, SeARCH’, the NAi Maastricht presents an avant-garde of (young) European architects in the Kolommenzaal.
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The Edible City

3 March – 22 June 2007
In the context of the first Bipolis, a manifestation on creative industry, NAiM/Bureau Europa, Z33 Hasselt and Het Domein Sittard collaboratively organized a project on the theme of food, with the working title ‘Food for Thought/Thoughts on Food’.
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Jean Prouvé

12 May – 2 September 2007
The retrospective exhibition ‘Jean Prouvé, The poetry of the technical object’ is developed by the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein in collaboration with the Design Museum Akihabara in Tokio and the Deutsche Architektur Museum in Frankfurt.
Project Jean Prouvé
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The Great Indoors Award 2007

15 – 17 November 2007
In 2007, the theme of international biennial THE GREAT INDOORS AWARD was 'Branded by Space': the increasingly dominant position of interior design on the private and public domain.
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The Great Indoors Award 2007 Workshops

15 – 17 November 2007
90 students from Design Academy Eindhoven, Academie Beeldende KunstenMaastricht, and Akademie van Bouwkunst Maastricht participated in five different workshops given by the nominees for the awards.
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P.J.H. Cuyers: architecture with a mission

27 September 2007 – 3 February 2008
The architect P.J.H. Cuypers (1827-1921), master of the nineteenth-century architecture, is mostly known in the Netherlands for his large-scale projects such as the Rijksmuseum (1876-1885) and Amsterdam Central Station (1882-1889), but also for the enormous amount of churches he designed.
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