Open lecture Wednesday 25. January at 1430. "Existing- about strategy and the BAS building" by Tristan Boniver

In the large auditorium. Welcome to all!

"Tristan Boniver is a member of the Brussels-based collective Rotor. He studied architecture in Brussels at the Saint-Luc Institute, the Sint-Lucas School of Architecture, and La Cambre School of Architecture (ISACF). Throughout his studies, he worked as a graphic designer, consultant, and developer, both for private clients and associations and on projects in the underground electronic music scene in Brussels. A member of the Brussels collective Boups since 1999, he then worked with Maarten Gielen to set up Rotor, which he has been a member of since 2005. He qualified as an architect in January 2010, after presenting a dissertation on rounded corners.

Founded in 2005, Rotor is a collective of people sharing a common interest in the material flows in industry and construction. On a practical level, Rotor handles the conception and realization of design and architectural projects. On a theoretical level, Rotor develops critical positions on design, material resources, and waste through research, exhibitions, writings and conferences.

Tristan Boniver has been teaching at Bas since 2015 (various workshops, lectures and master course) Tristan will focus on the BAS building in his lecture."