Architecture on Stage: Marie-José Van Hee


07:00pm, Monday, 24 April 2017


09:00pm, Monday, 24 April 2017

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The Flemish architect Marie-José Van Hee established her practice in Ghent in 1975 and has been responsible for the design of a remarkable sequence of meticulously crafted projects.  Although much of her career has been focused on family houses, it has also involved significant public projects such as the Antwerp Fashion Museum (1999) and the Market Hall in Ghent (2012), which was designed in collaboration with Robrecht en Daem.  The lecture will be followed by a conversation with Helen Thomas who has contributed to a soon-to-be-published monograph on the work of Marie-José Van Hee.

De Borger House. Photo: Crispijn Van Sas.


Torhout House Practice. Photo: Crispijn Van Sas.


Torhout House Practice. Photo: Crispijn Van Sas.


Market Hall. Photo: Marius Grootveld.


With the support of the Government of Flanders The Architecture Foundation, in association with the Barbican presents Architecture on Stage – a programme of talks and debates.

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