Fri 7 Oct 16:45 -Dorte Mandrup at AFFR -Special with BNA/BNI - AFFR
9–13 Oct 2024
film • stad • architectuur


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Fri 7 Oct 16:45 –
Dorte Mandrup at AFFR –
Special with BNA/BNI

Danish architect Dorte Mandrup joins us for an online interview with Catja Edens. The discussion will explore the work of female architects in a profession still dominated by males. It is followed by a screening of Another Kind of Knowledge, the new documentary about her work and her view of architecture in relation to the landscape

Fri 7 Oct 16:45 –<br>Dorte Mandrup at AFFR –<br>Special with BNA/BNI

In a career spanning a quarter of a century, architect Dorte Mandrup has left her mark on the Scandinavian landscape. Her designs are always intimately grounded in their context and capture the essence of each place. Marc-Christoph Wagner’s and Simon Weyhe’s portrait is an ode to Mandrup’s career and her way of working. The documentary foregrounds Mandrup’s own words, and is supported by magnificent footage of the designs that best encapsulate her unique approach.

This screening is organised in partnership with BNA and BNI.


Date: Friday 7 October
Start programme: 16:45 hrs

Location: LantarenVenster

Tickets: € 11,75 / € 8,25
Club Fountainhead: free

Members of the BNA and BNI can benefit from a special promotional scheme, see the BNA/BNI website for more details
film • city • architecture 9 - 13 Oct. 2024