Exhibition Design/ Emerging Dutch Architecture

Organized by METU Department of Architecture and The Chamber of Architects of Turkey Ankara Branch, this exhibition called “Emerging Dutch Architecture” is to primarily focus on modernist approaches of the 5th generation Young Dutch Architects. The last two decades have witnessed a challenging sensibility in the contemporary Dutch Architecture in terms of evolutionary techniques of the computer based design. By being aware of the changing needs of society and ecology, the exhibition brings 2 young architectural offices together, for presenting extreme details as well as diverse tendencies:  24h (evolution, sensibility, land shape) / Mirck Architecture (logic of ecology, smart suburbia, dialogue with structural engineering)

Along with their architectural works, this exhibition also aims to present a new Dutch Sensibility both on theoretical and practical levels. Design processes and their representations as well as the Dutch way of using technology for dealing with changing conditions are part of this exhibition. In this respect, the “24h: NeoArchitecture” and “Mirck Architecture” will be a significant highlight in the way to exemplify an ”evolutionary Dutch architecture of extreme quality.”