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School’s Out! #38 – XL Edition with Jacob van Rijs

The 38th edition of School’s Out! will be an XL version to celebrate the start of 2024! After a talk by architect and partner Jacob van Rijs, we’ll take away the chairs and make room for a DJ. Expect c, tunes, likeminded people and more! We will also give you a sneak preview of our programme for 2024!

About Jacob van Rijs
Jacob van Rijs (NL) is a co-founder and principal architect of MVRDV, an interdisciplinary studio that works at the intersection of architecture and urbanism. The award-winning Dutch practice was set up by Van Rijs alongside Winy Maas and Nathalie de Vries in 1993 and has established an international identity with a wide variety of building typologies and scales that are self-generated, innovative, experimental, and theoretical.

In his designs Van Rijs combines daring ideas and concepts with a humanistic and user-friendly approach. In the past 25 years he has lead a wide variety of projects, from cultural and civic buildings to transformations, and from residential buildings to social housing and interiors. Renowned past projects lead by Van Rijs include the Danish Rock Museum, community centre KU.BE and Frøsilo in Denmark, Matsudai Cultural Centre in Japan, Mirador social housing in Madrid, Spain and Casa Kwantes in Schiedam, the Netherlands.

Van Rijs has also worked extensively in Germany. Current projects are WERK12 in Münich, Hamburg Innovation Port, and KoolKiel, the redevelopment of a post-industrial site in Kiel. In India, he supervises several large-scale housing projects, from Future Towers to Oranje Castle. Worldwide, he has experimented with ceramic facades, which he used on Gyre in Tokyo and M-Cube in Beijing, among others. For the façade of Bulgari’s flagship store in Kuala Lumpur, he developed a special concrete and resin façade.  


19:00 Doors Open

20:00 – 20:15 Welcome and presentation of the Independent School’s 2024 Year Programme.

20:15 – 21:30 Talk by Jacob van Rijs (MVRDV) + Q&A

21:30 – Late DJ’s and drinks

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26 januari 2024 van 19:00 – 21:30


Independent School for the City
Delftsestraat 33 III

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