Stroom School 'The Good Cause': Tour by Ole Bouman and Anne Feenstra

Sunday 1 June 2014, 15 hrs
Hogewal 1-9, The Hague
Free. Reservations not needed

Architecture expert Ole Bouman and architect Anne Feenstra will close the exhibition The Good Cause with a tour and a talk about the role of the architect in rebuilding operations and about the ideas behind the exhibition.

For two different views of the exhibition read:
Jacob Voorthuis on Archined
Roel Griffioen en Stefaan Vervoort on Open!

Ole Bouman Ole Bouman is Creative Director of the 5th Urbanism/Architecture Bi-City Biennale Shenzhen and promotor of the social impact of architecture. For example in the Architecture of Consequence exhibition and the accompanying publication by NAi. He was director of the NAi from 2006 to 2012, and before that he was editor-in-chief of Volumemagazine and director of the Archis foundation. Bouman is also a writer, curator and teacher.

Anne Feenstra is a Dutch architect with design teams based in Afghanistan and India. He is known for working and designing with the communities to redefine contemporary architecture. One of his famous projects, the Pamir-e-Buzurg Visitors Center in Afghanistan (with the asymetric window frames) is one of the case studies featured in the exhibition The Good Cause. Feenstra's distinct works has won him The Global Award for Sustainable Architecture 2012 by LOCUS Foundation/UNESCO/CiTE, Paris.

Stroom School is the umbrella term for the side program accompanying exhibitions. Themes are highlighted and more profoundly explored.

Survey Stroom School 'The Good Cause'

Pamir-e-Buzurg Visitors Center, Afghanistan
photo: © AFIR Architects / Anne Feenstra
Anne Feenstra
photo: © AFIR Architects / Anne Feenstra
Ole Bouman
Invitation 'The Good Cause'
photo: © AFIR Architects / Anne Feenstra (graphic design: Autobahn)