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Project
Year
Type

Common Grounds: vacant potential

5 November 2011 – 29 January 2012
The exhibition Common Grounds investigates the possibilities inherent to the temporary redevelopment of disused urban areas. Curator: Saskia van Stein
Program

Alison & Peter Smithson: The Art of Inhabitation

17 December 2011 – 25 March 2012
'Alison & Peter Smithson, The Art of Inhabitation’ shows the work of the English architecture couple Alison (1928-1993) and Peter (1923-2003), being among the most prominent and controversial architects of the twentieth century.
Program

ZOO, or the letter Z, just after Zionism

3 March – 10 June 2012
NAiM/Bureau Europa presents ZOO, or the letter Z, just after Zionism, an exhibition that uses the book ‘The Atlas of the Conflict’ by Malkit Shoshan as an anchor point.
Program

SALON/Maastricht

2 – 10 June 2012
At the invitation of NAiM/Bureau Europa and Marres, SALON/ presents SALON/Maastricht. SALON/ is a platform for fashion, design, art and culture, where both young and upcoming talents and established designers and artists present their work on various locations throughout the city, creating a cultural route.
Program

Lecture: 3D printing houses: dream or reality?

23 June 2012
Architecture centre TOPOS Maastricht and NAiM/Bureau Europa organized in collaboration with FabLab South Limburg a lecture by 'stone alchemist' Enrico Dini.
Program

Sphinxpark: temporary park in Maastricht

23 May – 31 December 2012
REcentre, NAiM/Bureau Europa and Marres Projects present until 1 July 2013 the Sphinxpark, a temporary park in the Maastricht inner city. On 26 May, the Sphinxpark was festively opened.
Program

Playboy Architecture, 1953-1979

29 September 2012 – 9 February 2013
Exhibition in collaboration with Princeton University about the way Playboy magazine used architecture and design as important tools to shape a new identity for the American male.
Program
lecture

The State of Europe

 
On Wednesday 22 April a new series of talks, ‘The State of Europe’, starts at Bureau Europa.

29/08: opening The Materi- ality of the Invisible