Architectural League Current Work Lecture: Willem Jan Neutelings

Willem Jan Neutelings will present his work in a public lecture to be followed by a conversation with moderator Lyn Rice.

Willem Jan Neutelings is a founding principal of the Rotterdam-based firm Neutelings Riedijk. From its inception, the firm has been noted, in the words of curator and critic Aaron Betsky, for its ability to shape its designs “to create a figure, or sculpted object, in the landscape.” Beginning with early projects such as the Minnaert University Building, Utrecht, and a number of housing developments throughout the Netherlands, the firm has continued to synthesize complex programming to create educational, civic, and residential projects that are recognized for their “iconic and expressive capacity.”

Recent projects include the Museum aan de Stroom in Antwerp; the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum; the Shipping and Transport College in Rotterdam; the Walterbos Complex in Apeldoorn; and the recently opened Culturehouse Rozet in Arnhem, Netherlands. Current work includes a new building for music, dance, and events in The Hague; a renovation and expansion of the Cincinnati Art Museum; and the newly commissioned Naturalis Biodiversity Center in Leiden.

Many of the firm’s projects have been commissioned through international competitions. The firm’s work has received many accolades, notably for the Museum aan de Stroom and the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision. The office received the BNA-Kubus/Biennial Prize for entire oeuvre from the Dutch Architects Union in 2010.


Event Details:

  • When: 

    Monday, November 4, 2013
    07:00 pm

  • Where: 

    Rose Auditorium, The Cooper Union
    41 Cooper Square
    New York, New York

  • More information: 

    Event website.

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