Several Architectural Analysis models were used to create Unbuilt, an exhibition that was part of the yearly light art festival GLOW in Eindhoven. Hosted by Jurre van Kuijk and Maisa van Genderen, the shadows of the models are casted onto a large white screen in front of the curtain wall facade, rhythmically expressing their silhouettes to the audience outside.
As a yearly habit, the opening exhibition of Architectural Analysis takes place in the Faculty of Architecture of the Eindhoven University of Technology. The 2016 edition, titled Berlin, the City as a Palimpsest, found its place in the prominent Trappenzaal.
‘Mannen met lef en stijl’ is the title of the longterm exhibition in the Jewish Historical Museum in Amsterdam.
The exhibition consists of a complete overview of the lives and works of interior architect Benno Premsela (1920-1997) en couturier Max Heymans (1917-1997). The Spatial Biographies research is part of this exhibition that visualized the interrelation between historical time, social action and architectonic space in the works of the two famous dutch designers. Click here for the official website of the exhibition.
A selection of the outcomes of the Spatial Biographies research has been exhibited during the Dutch Design Week 2015, the most important designers event of the year in the Netherlands. Organized by the Eindhoven University of Technology and Design United, the models and publication were part of the Mind the Step exhibition in the Klokgebouw in Eindhoven. In this exhibition, a combination of research, design and technology is key. The exhibition led the visions of Benno Premsela and Max Heymans revive for the public.
Similar to its previous edition, the 2015 Architectural Analysis Spatial Biographies, Benno Premsela and Max Heymans ended with a grand exhibition at the Eindhoven University of Technology. Organized by CASA Vertigo, this exhibition showed all 1:33 scale models, an extensive three-piece publication of all analyses and the cartography posters. The exhibition gained large public attention after its opening by staff and students of the Faculty of Architecture.
In May 2015, a selection of models of the Jewish Traces edition of Architectural Analysis was presented in the cultuurfabriek in Tilburg. Click the link to see photos of the models in this industrial scenery.
The Jewish Traces research was exhibited in Amsterdam as part of the Holocaust Memorial Day. The Holocaust Memorial Day is a brought program of exhibitions and activities to contribute to the knowledge and vigilance for the emerging racial hatred, discrimination and anti-semitism and warn about the enormous consequences of these cruel phenomenons.
Dutch Design week 2014
The joint exhibition of the TU/e and Design United (3TU) – presented for the first time in the Klokgebouw in Eindhoven – shows how a combination of technology, research and design leads to an improvement and enrichment of nearly all conceivable human activities. The themes care, learn, live, move, sense and make act as guidelines. A part of this exhibition shows the models of the Jewish Traces research.
During the Uitmarkt 2014 an exposition was held at Castrum Peregrini in Amsterdam. This exhibition contained models from both famous and unfamous hiding places as well as a number of models of characteristic Jewish cultural buildings in Amsterdam.
By July 2014, the Jewish Traces research finished with an exhibition at the Eindhoven University of Technology. Organized by CASA Vertigo (Faculty of Architecture), all 1:33 scale models, an impressive 1000-page documentation of all analyses and the cartography posters were shown. The exhibition got opened by her own supervisors Jochem Groenland and Hüsnü Yegenoglu.