Stadslab (Fontys) starts collaboration with Cape Town University of Technology (CPUT) in Intercultural Space design project.

Darling Intercultural Space is designed as a collaborative program for students and research staff from Fontys (MSc Architecture and MSc Urbanism) and Cape Town (CPUT) to engage in a meaningful exchange with local authorities and residents to address the urgency and potential of designing for intercultural exchange. The program is supported by Swartland municipality and linked to a regional urban upgrading program (RSEP). The objective is to design and execute interventions in public space, over a two to three year period, ultimately contributing to Darling's socio-economic, environmental and cultural agendas. Darling is a small rural community of 10,000 inhabitants in the Western Cape territory, approximately one hour's drive from Cape Town. More info


Stadslab new partner of Tamayouz International Award

Stadslab is the proud new partner of Tamayouz International. Tamayouz International is the newest award launched by Tamayouz Excellence Award. Stadslab director Marc Glaudemans is on the jury for several years now and is delighted to have this opportunity to engage directly with global architecture and urban design talents. The award is open to  architecture, graduation and landscape design students worldwide to submit their graduation projects. The 2nd and 3rd prize winners of the 2017 edition will be able to join one of our intensive international Master Classes.


Stadslab film wins Public Prize at Lisbon Architecture Film Festival

On October 16 the documentary YOU'LL SOON BE HERE by Italian director Fabio Petronilli has won the Public Prize at the Lisbon Architecture Film festival. The 35 minute documentary was made for Stadslab in a partnership with Citizenship Academy, Lisbon Municipal Council and Largo Residencias. The film can be seen here

More information about the project.