Value Factory Academy · Public lecture: Martine de Maeseneer on Spatial Qualities


Value Factory Academy

Architects in Residence program

Public lecture: Martine de Maeseneer on Spatial Qualities

Time: Sunday 9 February, 16:00-17:00 

Venue: Auditorium of Venue A - the Value Factory 

Theme: Martine de Maeseneer will give a lecture on her own work and her interpretation of the qualities of the Value Factory and its environment.



Martine De Maeseneer Architects [MDMA] has been around for two decades of practicing, theorizing and teaching within an international forum of schools, colloquia and competitions. So far their journey followed a limited edition of realisations of private houses, office buildings, social housing, all of them extensively published.

Since 2000 MDMA participated in about 25 architectural competitions launched in Belgium and abroad, and has been working in between on an architectural theory. MDMA is the author of two small books – The In-di-visible Space (Antwerp 1993) and Ideality-3-Lost (Brussels 1997) and has published about 10 essays in an international forum of books and magazines.

MDMA has lectured widely across the world, counting in cities as Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Memphis, Toronto, Syracuse, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaïde, Shanghai, Haifa, Volos, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Breda, Arnhem, Maastricht, Tilburg, London, Berlin, Dessau, Dublin, Oslo, Antwerp, Hasselt, Leuven, Ghent and Brussels.

 Martine de Maeseneer 

De Maeseneer has been teaching at the Architectural Association in London, the KU Leuven and the Academy of Building Art Tilburg - and is teaching since 1990 at W&K Sint Lucas Ghent/Brussels. She received a Master of Science in Architecture form the Bartlett, University College London, and received her diploma as an architect from W&K Sint-Lucas Ghent.

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