Old social urbanism: Elizabeth Street, Manhattan Photo by Richard Rosen Bernd Upmeyer spoke with Sharon Zukin, an American professor emerita of sociology at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Graduate Center, City University of New York, who often writes about cities, culture, and gentrification. Her new book, The Innovation Complex: Cities, Tech, and the New Economy, […]
Currently the last elements are being constructed on the “Ivry Square” in Paris. Since there are two boreholes in the center of the square for the extraction of geothermal energy, which require regular maintenance, the square could not contain any permanent three-dimensional elements. In order to still enable some elements, we designed them in such […]
Cover of MONU #36 On October 16 we released MONU’s new issue #36 on the topic of “New Social Urbanism”. How is a “New Social Urbanism” possible if the hegemonic Western paradigm of space production revolves around the antisocial principle of the individualization of every aspect of life? asks Maria Reitano in her piece “Vulnerable […]
Martin Margiela´s unfinished trousers and tops from his game-changing fashion show of 1989, photo by Jean-Claude Coutausse Bernd Upmeyer will speak about “Unfinishedness in Architecture and Urbanism” at Dortmund University of Applied Sciences on November 28. The lecture is part of the lecture series of the Department of Architecture. The lecture takes place at 18:00 […]
The Roof Garden with the circular bench under construction in the foreground The plants are starting to grow on the BOARD-designed Roof Garden in Paris. First trees are planted on the levels of the garden The grass is being rolled out
The concept of ‘Communal Living’ has been present in various forms over the last 25 centuries BOARD developed together with STAR – strategies + architecture a timeline of 2500 years of communal living. The project was originally conceived as a part of BOARD’s and STAR’s contribution to the Atelier International Grand Paris (AIGP). In March […]
Floor markings of the square in Ivry The “Ivry Square” that has been designed by BOARD in collaboration with STAR – strategies and architecture is receiving its last details while its construction is being finalized. One of the floor markings will be a large zebra crossing and another one a quote from the French anthropologist […]
Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, 1946 Photo by David E. Scherman Bernd Upmeyer defined a new topic for MONU‘s coming issue on “New Social Urbanism”: Although the French existentialist philosopher and writer Jean-Paul Sartre could have easily worked from his home or from one of the hotels in which he lived most of his […]
View from the stage to the sky at night, Open Podium On June 6, Bernd Upmeyer will speak about the work of BOARD at the Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design in Kiel, Germany. The lecture will take place at 11:30 in the “Kesselhaus”, Legienstraße 35, 24103 Kiel, Germany.
View of a lake and a forest from the Antivilla Photo by Erica Overmeer, ©Erica Overmeer Bernd Upmeyer spoke to bplus.xyz (Arno Brandlhuber and Olaf Grawert) about “Unfinished Urbanism”. Arno Brandlhuber is a German architect and university professor. In 2006, he founded the Berlin-based office Brandlhuber+, which is currently reforming with a new structure in […]
If it gets better, let’s share it! On March 28, Bernd Upmeyer will speak about BOARD’s research project “Co-Residence: “Habiter en Grand”” at the conference “Unconventional Affordable Housing: Learning from Sharing” at the Department of Architecture and Urban Studies of the Polytechnic University of Milan. He will furthermore take part in the debates and roundtable […]
View of the roof garden from one of the housing towers from the north The BOARD-designed 370 m² large Roof Garden on top of housing towers in Ivry-sur-Seine, Paris that is currently under construction will be completed in spring 2023. A detailed documentation of this newly built project of BOARD will follow soon in Architecture. […]
BOARD has been shortlisted among six other international architecture offices to design the centre of a middle-sized city in the south of Germany. In December 2022 BOARD’s design was selected in the first phase of an open international competition to take part in the final phase. Around 50.000m2 of mixed-use functions including around 300 new […]
The architects in the Deconstructivist Architecture exhibition at MoMA, New York, 1988. From left to right: Bernard Tschumi, Helmut Swiczinsky, Wolf D. Prix, Daniel Libeskind, Rem Koolhaas, Zaha Hadid, and curator Mark Wigley. Bernd Upmeyer spoke on behalf of MONU Magazine’s Unfinished Urbanism-issue with Mark Wigley, who is Professor of Architecture and Dean Emeritus at […]
The construction of BOARD’s and STAR strategies + architecture‘s interior design project in the centre of Rotterdam is almost finished. Some of our custom-designed furniture pieces, like this sink, where built with resin by Vincent de Rijk. More details about this new project will be shown soon in Design.
The cover image of MONU #35 is part of Ana Morcillo Pallares’s contribution “Incompleteness and Play” on page 39 Photograph by Riccardo Dalisi (Courtesy of Archivio Dalisi / Napoli, Italy) Music: Limahl – Never Ending Story, Video editing: Danae Zachariaki Today we released MONU’s issue #35 on the topic of “Unfinished Urbanism”. ““To Be Finished […]
BOARD designed 200 housing units, a district centre, a day-care, a playground, and a park for a 4.5ha large new neighbourhood in Gundelfingen, a municipality in the south of Germany. One of the most impressive features of the site was a view from the road west of the project area into the mountainous Black Forest. […]
Preview of a reprinted copy of MONU #24 Due to the enormous interest in our sold out MONU issue #24 on Domestic Urbanism, we recently started researching into possibilities in reprinting a small edition. Although it looked pretty impossible at the beginning, we nevertheless discovered a way to bring MONU #24 back in stock soon […]
As of July 1st BOARD’s interior design project of a 120m2 large apartment in the centre of Rotterdam is under construction. The project is designed in collaboration with STAR strategies + architecture. More details about this project will be shown soon in Design.
View of the square from the Seine The BOARD-designed 2,500 m² large “Ivry Square” in one the south-eastern suburbs of Paris is scheduled to be completed in spring 2023. View of the construction site of the square in March 2022 View from northeast
“Unfinished” Tower of Babel, biblical myth, Old Testament Painting by Pieter Bruegel the Elder, 1563 Bernd Upmeyer created a new topic for MONU‘s coming issue on “Unfinished Urbanism”: “”Unfinishedness” is probably most strikingly represented in works of art. Just think of the Non finito-sculptures of Michelangelo made in the Renaissance-period that paid tribute to the […]
BOARD’s design for the facade of a geothermal power station in Ivry-sur-Seine, a commune in the Val-de-Marne department in the south-eastern suburbs of Paris, has been completed and is currently in use. The station will provide the neighbourhood with sustainable and renewable energy. A full documentation of this project will follow soon.
Metropoliz Squat, Rome, 2014 Photo by Hans Pruijt Bernd Upmeyer interviewed Hans Pruijt, who is an assistant professor at the Sociology Department of Erasmus University in Rotterdam. His main topic of interest is empowerment in various contexts, especially working life and urban social movements. In the late 1970s he was involved in the Dutch squatting […]
On Wednesday, February 9 at 2:00 PM the exhibition of the works of the architectural theory seminar “Unfinished Urbanism” of Bernd Upmeyer at the Peter Behrens School of Arts (atrium, building 6) will be opened. As rich and broad “unfinishedness” is applied and discussed in the world of art, music, and fashion, Upmeyer and the […]
View from the park to the back entrance of the community centre and the open passage to the inner courtyard BOARD’s entry “An Open House in the Park” ranked 6th in an international competition to design a community centre and green corridor. Together with AX5 and LOOP, BOARD proposed a sequence of multifunctional rooms in […]
May Day occupation of the Guggenheim by the Gulf Labour Coalition, New York City, 2015 Photo by Gulf Labour Coalition Bernd Upmeyer spoke on behalf of MONU Magazine’s Protest Urbanism-issue with Mabel O. Wilson, who is the Nancy and George Rupp Professor of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, a Professor in African American and African Diaspora […]
“Monbach Valley” to the Centre BOARD reached, together with AX5 and LOOP, the final phase of the “Mill Area” competition in Bad Liebenzell, a city close to Stuttgart, Germany. Their entry “A River Runs Through It” proposed to use the so-called “Monbach Valley” north of the city as a model and inspiration. This brings a […]
The cover image of MONU #34 is part of APP’s contribution “The Archive of Public Protests” on page 30. ©Rafal Milach; Music: Public Enemy – Fight The Power, Video editing: Danae Zachariaki On October 18 we released MONU’s issue #34 on the topic of “Protest Urbanism”. “Even though our social media age marks a shift […]
Together with STAR strategies + architecture BOARD has been commissioned to design the interior of an 120m2 large apartment in the centre of Rotterdam.
Exhibition of the project “Schmuck als urbaner Prozess” at the Peter Behrens School of Arts, 2014, photo by Gabi Schillig As of the winter term 2021/22 Bernd Upmeyer will teach architectural theory as Adjunct Professor at the Peter Behrens School of Arts in Düsseldorf.
Photo by Sonia Arrepia, ©Sonia Arrepia BOARD is looking for a new intern to work on international architecture projects and its magazine MONU – Magazine on Urbanism. The internship should start by the end of August 2021 for a period of 2-6 months. Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Construction progress, music: The Millionaire Waltz, Queen Construction of BOARD’s projects for a public square and a roof garden in Paris progresses. Both projects are part of Beatriz Ramo’s (STAR strategies + architecture) experimental housing project with 288 experimental apartments.
BOARD reached the final phase of an international competition to design a community centre and a 1.8ha large green corridor in Glückstadt, a city located on the right bank of the river Elbe in the north of Germany. Together with AX5 and LOOP, BOARD will compete against 6 other teams.
View of the “Gallberg” with Viking jewelry as a Viking motif and a water ring in the foreground BOARD’s new project to redesign a 17.6ha large inner city of Schleswig, Germany called “Five Viking Squares for the Viking City” has been published on Archinect.
On one of the five squares, called the “Kornmarkt”, a city guide explains to a group of visitors the meaning of the floor covering with fighting Vikings as a Viking motif Together with AX5, LOOP and IB-Hauck, BOARD has reached the final phase in the competition to redesign the 17.6ha large inner city of Schleswig, […]
Cleared site for the start of the construction The BOARD-designed new neighbourhood in the city of Quakenbrück, Germany, will be called “Europe-quarter”. Recently a large majority in the city council has agreed to name the 3ha large site as such to express the high ambitions the city has for the project. Newspaper article from January […]
Parts of the research project “The Interior of the Metropolis” that STAR – strategies + architecture created in collaboration with BOARD for the AIGP – Atelier International du Grand Paris were published in the quarterly German magazine for architecture and urbanism ARCH+.
A woman marches to the White House at the head of a group of members and allies of the LGBTQ community as part of the Pride and Black Lives Matter movements on June 13, 2020, in Washington. Bernd Upmeyer created a new topic for MONU‘s coming issue on “Protest Urbanism”: “While urban protests featured in […]
BOARD has been selected, together with AX5 and LOOP, to take part in the final phase of an architecture and urban design competition in Bad Liebenzell, a city close to Stuttgart, Germany. The reason for the competition is the desire of the city of Bad Liebenzell to rearrange an 1ha area, called the „Mühlenareal“, between […]
The travelling exhibition “An Atlas of Commoning” Bernd Upmeyer has been invited to be a guest critic for the Urban Design Studio thesis proposal review on Thursday, December 17, 2020 at the School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, US. The “Commoning the City Studio” is structured as a year-long Urban Design thesis from […]
Site BOARD reached the final phase in a competition for a new neighborhood in Schönau, a district in the north of Mannheim, a city close to Frankfurt. BOARD’s entry proposes a diverse and communal urban development for the 4.6ha large site with 6 urban blocks and 3 open spaces around a tram stop. With open […]
The cover image of MONU #33 is part of Peter Dench’s contribution “Lockdown London: Tale of the Tape” on page 27. ©Peter Dench On October 19, we released MONU’s issue #33 on the topic of “Pandemic Urbanism”. “One of the most important influences of the current global coronavirus pandemic on cities might be the fact […]
Construction site in Paris with the already completed geothermal power station in the background Two of BOARD’s projects in Paris, a public square and a roof garden, started construction. Both projects are part of Beatriz Ramo’s (STAR strategies + architecture) experimental housing project with 288 apartments in Ivry-Sur-Seine in Grand Paris.
Michael McDermott from the Irish magazine “Totally Dublin” interviewed Bernd Upmeyer for their 189th issue. […] Michael McDermott: How will the global pandemic we are currently encountering impact upon our conception of urbanism? What future opportunities and concerns lie ahead as a result of it? Bernd Upmeyer: Our upcoming MONU issue #33, entitled “Pandemic Urbanism”, […]
Together with AX5, LOOP and IB-Hauck, BOARD has been named as one of the finalists in the urban design competition to redesign the inner city of Schleswig, Germany.
Materialisation of one of the blocks In June 2019 BOARD won the first prize in an urban design competition for a 3ha large site in the city of Quakenbrück, Germany. The project will create around 200 new housing units for the city. After one year of an inspiring collaboration with the city, with presentations and […]
“Co-Residence: Habiter en Grand” by Beatriz Ramo – STAR strategies + architecture and BOARD, 2012. By applying the principles of Co-Residence – where some spaces can be shared by different private units – a considerable reduction of the total building area is achieved – while the surface area of the apartment is not reduced. In […]
Above left: Brian May’s micro concerts on his Instagram page Above right: Great Orme Kashmiri goats on the streets of Llandudno, Wales Below left: Pizza delivery with toilet paper, Rotterdam, Netherlands Below right: Two men jam out on the guitar and flute on a balcony in Turin, Italy Bernd Upmeyer defined a new topic for […]
The cover image of MONU #32 is part of Will Hartley’s contribution “Squatting in London” on page 97. ©Will Hartley On April 20, we released MONU’s issue #32 on the topic of “Affordable Urbanism”. “The creation of affordable urban spaces – whether for housing, work spaces, public spaces, urban infrastructure, or other functions – is […]
Aerial view of Schönau BOARD has been selected for the final round in an urban design competition for a 4.6ha large site in Schönau, a district in the north of Mannheim, a city close to Frankfurt. Site
Beatriz Ramo, from our collaborator STAR strategies + architecture, officially opened the construction site of their experimental housing project with 288 apartments in Ivry-Sur-Seine in Grand Paris on January 17. BOARD contributed to the project with the design of a centrally located public square and a roof garden.
View of the stage of the new hall and the foyer in the background during a social event BOARD reached together with the Kiel-based architecture office AX5 the final phase of a competition for a new theatre in Schleswig, Germany. More information about this new project of BOARD can soon be found in Architecture.
After the event on November 26 After having written and researched extensively about the value, meaning and effectiveness of citizen participation when it comes to architectural and urban design projects, we recently got the chance to take part in such an event by ourselves. On November 26, Bernd Upmeyer discussed BOARD’s new project called “Stronger […]
Photo by Sonia Arrepia, ©Sonia Arrepia BOARD is looking for a new intern, ideally with knowledge of the German language, starting either in December 2019 or January 2020 for a period of 2-6 months. Applications should be sent to email@example.com.
Flipping through the pages of MONU #31. The cover image of MONU #31 is part of Miguel Candela’s contribution “The Cemetery of the Living” on page 16. ©Miguel Candela On October 14, we released MONU’s issue #31 on the topic of “After Life Urbanism”. “To face the urban challenges and phenomena that present themselves […]
BOARD’s first-prize-winning urban design project in Quakenbrück has been featured in the local press as a “robust concept with a clear vision”.
From September 6 – 8, 2019, MONU’s most recent issues #27, #28, #29, and #30 are going be part of an installation at the Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Roma (MACRO) in Rome, Italy. The main purpose of the installation is to highlight the great variety of editorial production that are mostly indipendent and conducted by some […]
Site BOARD’s urban design project for a 3ha large site that won the first prize in an invited design competition has been exhibited at the Artland Arena in Quakenbrück from July 7 – 13. BOARD had reached the final competition phase among 7 other competitors. View of one of the new blocks from southwest
BOARD won the first prize in an urban design competition for a 3ha large site in the city of Quakenbrück, Germany. The project will create around 190 new housing units for the city. More information about this new project of BOARD can be found in Architecture.
The Cities Exhibition will be held at the Donuimun Museum Village in Seoul, South Korea MONU’s issues #17 and #29 will be part of the upcoming Cities Exhibition at the 2019 Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism (SBAU). The overall theme of 2019 Biennale is “Collective City” focusing on how cities have evolved through collective […]
The cover image of MONU #30 is part of Peter Granser’s contribution “Sun City” on page 14. ©Peter Granser/ from the book Sun City, published by Benteli On April 15, we released MONU’s issue #30 on the topic of “Late Life Urbanism”. “When debating how architecture and cities will be impacted in the future […]
Bernd Upmeyer has been invited to be external examiner of the International Master Dissertation projects of students at the Faculty of Architecture at KU Leuven in Belgium. The jury is scheduled on Wednesday June 19 at the campus in Ghent and on Thursday June 20, 2019 at the campus in Brussels.
The former signal box on the site BOARD has been selected as one of the 10 finalists in an urban design competition for a 3ha large site in the city of Quakenbrück. As part of an urban redevelopment Quakenbrück was able to acquire large areas of former railway facilities west of the current station that […]
BOARD contributed with an interview and several projects, such as Mari and Lyn, A Unique Moment, Home Outside, Office and Hotel Room, High and Dry, and Out of the Woods to the publication “Brick, Brick! What do you want to be?”.
From December 4 – 17, 2018, BOARD’s awarded urban design project “1 SQUARE, 2 LINKS AND 3 NEIGHBORHOODS” was exhibited at the town hall (room E.08) of Lippstadt, Germany.
The site of the theatre in the 1930s The municipality of the German city of Schleswig selected BOARD together with the Kiel-based office AX5 as one of the finalists in a competition for a new theatre. Directly at a Baltic Sea fjord an existing place for culture and entertainment will be extended. The stage of […]
Redlines is a collection of interviews with editors that make today’s most provocative architectural publications come to life. While architecture is traditionally concerned with buildings, materials, and scale, their importance and historical impact are recorded through words, books, and images that are often organized, published, and disseminated. Redlines seeks to understand the pedagogical and design […]
View of the main square of the new neighbourhood BOARD won together with LOOP – Landscape & Architecture Design an honourable mention in an urban design competition to restructure a 6,4ha large site in the city of Lippstadt, Germany. More information about this project can be found in Architecture.
The cover image of MONU #29 is part of Pierre Huyghe’s contribution “Les Grands Ensembles” on page 25. ©Marian Goodman Gallery Paris/New York On October 15, we released MONU’s issue #29 on the topic of “Narrative Urbanism”. “To create a better general culture of understanding around architecture, urban design and urban development issues, we need […]
BOARD and IND are selected as one of the finalists in an architecture competition for a school in the German city of Stadtallendorf.
Covers of the 3 volumes BOARD contributed with an interview and projects to the 3-volume publication “Architectural Material” published by the South Korean Publishing House DAMDI. More information about this contribution can be found in Writings and Publications. Pages 26-27 of Volume 3 “Glass” Office and Hotel Room on pages 72-73 of Volume 1 “Brick […]
The city of Lippstadt in Germany selected BOARD and LOOP – Landscape & Architecture Design as one of the finalists in an urban design competition to restructure a 6,4ha large site east of Lippstadt’s city centre.
Since June 15, MONU’s current issue #27 is on display at “Archinect Outpost” in downtown Los Angeles. Archinect Outpost is a new initiative in LA’s Arts District, a rapidly transforming creative hub home to SCI-Arc and a number architecture & design practices. On June 15 at 7:00 p.m. Archinect Outpost launched with a curated collection […]
In the ‘Reading Room’ MONU #27 on “Small Urbanism” was exhibited at the College of Architecture of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln from March 14 -15. The exhibition was curated by Fold, a curatorial and publishing platform. Devised as a total installation, the exhibition included some of the most radical and alternative publications on architecture and […]
Covers of the 3 volumes BOARD contributed to the 3-volume publication “Architectural Element” published by the South Korean Publishing House DAMDI. Each volume includes interviews and projects from architecture offices from all around the world. The three elements that are explored are: ENTRANCE, STAIRS and ROOF. According to the Amsterdam-based Idea Books the three volumes […]
“Haus der Architektur” (HDA), Graz, Austria, Photo by Thomas Raggam MONU #6 – Beautiful Urbanism and MONU #9 – Exotic Urbanism were exhibited at the “Haus der Architektur” (HDA) in Graz, Austria. The exhibition was dedicated to the life and work of the Dutch architect Joost Meuwissen who contributed frequently to MONU Magazine, particularly to […]
The Genoa-based independent collectives ICAR65 and Burrasca published an interview with Bernd Upmeyer about MONU Magazine, entitled “Kick-starting Topics”, in their publication “Clip.Stamp.Upload”. Excerpts from the interview: […] Please tell us about your editorial policy. Could you tell us about your editorial line? What do you look for? What is your mission? Bernd Upmeyer: I […]
Model by Studio Faber/ Vincent de Rijk BOARD’s entry for the competition for the extension of the District Office in Görlitz, Germany has been selected as one of the finalists and is exhibited from February 8 – March 8 at the Landratsamt Görlitz, Bahnhofstraße 24 in Görlitz. The project will furthermore be exhibited from March […]
The curators Agnes Gidenstam and Naima Callenber at the opening of the exhibition MONU’s new issue #27 on “Small Urbanism” was on display at Sweden’s national centre for architecture and design “ArkDes” from November 16 – December 3, 2017. According to ArkDes there is a revolution underway in architecture and design publishing that is giving […]
Bernd Upmeyer contributed an article entitled “Beyond Antikraak – The Limits of Urban Property Ownership” to the New York-based publication “Take Shape”. Take Shape’s editors Nolan Boomer, Cole Cataneo, and Julia Goodman describe their publication as “a matte ship charting the waters of architectural, legal, and political thinking, lifted by those spaces and ideas where […]
The cover image of MONU #27 is part of Slinkachu’s contribution “Little People” on page 65. ©Slinkachu “… And Though She be but Little, She is Fierce!”, the title of Liz Teston’s contribution using a quote from Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, captures the content of this MONU issue on “Small Urbanism” very well. For […]
Thomas Cole’s The Arcadian or Pastoral State, 1834 BOARD has been commissioned to design a roof garden of around 300m2 in the city of Paris. More information about this new project will be published in Architecture soon.
BOARD’s office in Rotterdam, photo by Sonia Arrepia, ©Sonia Arrepia The Japan-based architectural research team “RAD – Research for Architectural Domain”, led by architect, researcher, and adjunct lecturer at Seika University, Mitsuhiro Sakakibara, interviewed Bernd Upmeyer for their forthcoming book on so-called “POTLUCK organizations”. The book will be published by Gakugei publisher from Kyoto. Other […]
Marina Abramovic’s contribution to MONU #23 on Participatory Urbanism The Genoa-based collectives Burrasca and ICAR65 are going to publish a book on “Independent Publishing in Architecture” in autumn this year. The following interview with Bernd Upmeyer will appear in the publication: Kick-starting Topics Could you tell us about your magazine and about your journey in […]
BOARD and STAR’s research project “The Legend of Grand Paris, or How Paris Became Great” appears in MONU #26. On Archinect, the Argentinian architect, researcher and writer Federico Ortiz describes the project “as an alternative narrative accompanied by provocative images, in which the city centre dies in order to save the greater urban territory”.
View of the Ivry Square, ©BOARD On May 23, Bernd Upmeyer spoke about the design of objects in the landscape at the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Environment- and Town Planning of the Nürtingen-Geislingen University of Applied Science. The projects he presented included Mirador del Palmeral, Atree?, A Unique Moment, and Ivry Square.
From May 10 – 28, MONU’s issue #26 is exhibited at “A PRINT” in Gothenburg, Sweden. A PRINT is a collection, an open archive and an exhibition of independent architecture publications and zines. The ambition is to promote and showcase alternative publications for innovative commentary and criticism on architecture. The exhibition is organized and curated […]
The construction of the facade of the geothermal power station in Ivry-sur-Seine, Paris, is almost finished. More info about this project can be found in Design.
The cover image of MONU #26 is part of Michael Wolf’s contribution “Tokyo Compression” on page 81. ©Michael Wolf Centrality is dead. Lars Lerup does not hold back in an interview with us entitled “The City Is Dead! Long Live Urbanization…”. In this new issue of MONU we discuss what centrality means for cities today […]
The Chinese city of Shenzhen could be seen as the ultimate migrant city with millions of people migrating in and out of the city every year. Source: Crimson Architectural Historians In one of their recent articles entitled “A City of Comings and Goings”, Wouter Vanstiphout and Michelle Provoost, from Crimson Architectural Historians, describe Bernd Upmeyer’s […]
BOARD’s design for a public square of 2.500m2 in Ivry-sur-Seine, a commune in the south-eastern suburbs of Paris is taking shape. The construction is scheduled to begin in March 2018. A detailed description of this new project of BOARD will be published in Architecture soon.
Here comes a new photo of the construction of BOARD’s design for the facade of a geothermal power station in Ivry-sur-Seine, Paris. More info about this project can be found in Design.
BOARD designed a sports complex, the so-called “Dukla of Sports”, in the city of Pardubice, Czech Republic. To open up the sports complex to the inhabitants of Pardubice and connect it stronger to its immediate context, BOARD proposed to remove the surrounding fence and create an irregularly shaped multipurpose running circuit in the shape of […]
View from the terrace of the “Vienna-room” to the centre of Vienna BOARD’s project “UNDER THE SQUARE AND ABOVE THE TREES” for the extension of the “Wien Museum” in Vienna, Austria appears on Beta, an architecture blog and initiative from Spain that publishes projects that have participated in architectural competitions, or are under construction.
BOARD’s project “A UNIQUE MOMENT” is featured in the 2017 Archipendium calendar. The project will appear on the page for November 21. The architecture calendar shows 365 days of new trends in architecture. Each page and day features information about another project.
BOARD’s new projects VERTICAL PUBLIC, UP, AROUND, AND ACROSS, and LAGOON BREITENBRUNN appear on 34 pages in DAMDI‘s new publication entitled “Presentation For Architecture”. Together with the projects and an interview the following text on presentation methods by Bernd Upmeyer appears in the publication: Long Live the Standards! I must admit that we actually never […]
The cover image is part of Julia Autz’s contribution “Transnistria” on page 121. ©Julia Autz A city in a country that recently gained independence is likely to undergo processes of radical transformation and massive restructuring and re-imagining that are not only societal, political, and economic in nature, but can also impact the planning system of […]
View of the square of the main resort centre with the ski slopes in the background BOARD’s project for a sports and recreational ski complex in Bosnia and Herzegovina entitled OUT OF THE WOODS is featured on Beta, an architecture blog and initiative from Spain that publishes projects that have participated in architectural competitions, or […]
Bernd Upmeyer has been interviewed by Yale University Radio about his current projects. The interview was made by Brainard Carey on September 16 and can be listened here.
Backcover: Binational Urbanism has the potential to become one of the most interesting forms of life in the twenty-first century Earlier in my career I was based in Chicago but I was working in Nigeria and also doing some graduate work in the summer in England. The longest trip I packed for was 60 days […]