Michiel Riedijk is invited to lecture about Neutelings Riedijk Architects and present their new book “Ornament & Identity”.
His lectures will take place on the following dates:
- Monday, April 3 – Riedijk’s lecture will take place in Phoenix at the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. (Open to the public free of charge)
- Wednesday, April 5 – Riedijk will give the George H. Scanlon Foundation Lecture at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. (Open to the public free of charge)
- Friday, April 7 – His last lecture will be given at The University of Illinois School of Architecture in Chicago. (Open to the public free of charge)
About Michiel Riedijk
Michiel Riedijk (1964) studied architecture at the Technical University in Delft, the Netherlands, where he graduated with a Master in Architecture in 1989. In 1992, he established the Rotterdam based office Neutelings Riedijk Architects with Willem Jan Neutelings. Since 2007, Michiel Riedijk is also Professor of Public Building at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at the Technical University Delft.
Over the past twenty-four years Neutelings Riedijk Architects has established itself as a leading practice specializing in the design and realization of complex projects for public, commercial, and cultural buildings. Some exemplar works are the MAS Museum in Antwerp, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum, and the Culture House ‘Rozet’ in Arnhem. Currently the office is working on projects such as the Dutch Natural History Museum ‘Naturalis’ in Leiden, the ZIL Art Towers in Moscow, and a new office building for the Flemish Government in Brussels.
Michiel Riedijk regularly lectures at universities, cultural institutions and symposia worldwide. His theories and writings on architecture have gained international recognition from fellow architects and scholars. The work of Neutelings Riedijk Architects has received worldwide appreciation through numerous publications, international awards and exhibitions around the world. – Neutelings Riedijk Architects.