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Save the date: Panorama Nederland

Captivating images of the Zaligebrug open this save the date video for the Panorama Nederland exhibition by the Board Government Advisers.

For some time now, Panorama Nederland has been travelling through the Netherlands offering inspiration to think about the future of our country. Now it is time for the next step: from an optimistic vision for the future to a realistic and sometimes unruly practice. On 24 June the next chapter "Panorama Nederland in Practice" opens.

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NEXT vacancy

We zoeken een bouwkundig Revit modelleur/ontwerper om ons team te versterken.

Als bouwkundig expert werk je in teamverband aan de vertaling van ontwerpen naar bouwkundige Revit-modellen.
Je bent in staat om vanuit je bouw- en uitvoeringstechnische kennis in verschillende fasen van het ontwerpproces een belangrijke rol te spelen.

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BNA MakeHappen! Inspiration Night

How can the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals help you become a sustainably profitable architectural practice? 

This question is tacked during the BNA MakeHappen! Inspiration Night on Thursday 6 February, with a session moderated by Marieke van 't Hoff, operations managers at NEXT architects.

Break out 1: "UN SDG 13 Climate Action"
with: Shu-Yan Tang, associate director and architect Royal HaskoningDHV and Tom Bennett, climate activist and architect Studio Bark London. Moderator: Marieke van ‘t Hoff.


The Routledge Companion to Games

NEXT contributed to the book with a chapter on The Modern Architecture Game, a 'trivial pursuit' for architecture that was launched with the support of the Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie in 2011.

"The Routledge Companion to Games in Architecture and Urban Planning: Tools for Design, Teaching, and Research," edited by Marta Brković Dodig and Linda N. Groat, aims to identify and showcase the rich diversity of games, including: simulation games, game-like approaches, game scenarios, and gamification processes for teaching/learning, design and research in architecture and urban planning.

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