On February 26 Bozar Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels opened an exhibition about Theo van Doesburg, who founded the "De Stijl" movement in the arts with Piet Mondrian, influencing not only painting but architecture and design in his search for the “total work of art”.
On February 10 the Serpentine Gallery announced that the 16th Serpentine Pavilion would be designed by BIG, Bjarke Ingels Group. This year’s Pavilion will be accompanied by four "Summer Houses" designed by four more architects.
UNStudio recently completed a project in Belgium: Le Toison d’Or. The building, constructed in Brussels in partnership with Belgian studio Jaspers-Eyers, is a block construction for mixed residential and commercial use.
The Transfer Terminal at Arnhem Central Station, designed by UNStudio, has been completed: an ambitious project intended to make Arnhem a major transportation hub joining Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium.
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