On Tuesday November 25 a group of Swedish Masterstudents from Umeå School of Architecture with their tutor Josep Garriga visited De Stokerij.
This is the second international student visit. It seems people can find us in Sweden and England, but where are all those Dutch architecture students?
From November 17 – 21 De Stokerij (the groundfloor communal space at Pieter de Raadtstraat nr 35) was home for the masterclass The Sharing Economy, as a part of the Willem de Kooning event/symposium Re-Designing Business.
Workspace at Pieter de Raadtstraat 35 ready for appropriation
Masters ready for action. In front of the doors of the 30M3 assignment space
First Ideas Round
Joining the traditional Taco Tuesday Dinner of people living and working at Pieter de Raadtstraat
In-between Lunch Lecture by Guido Marsille
Erik doing what het likes best: improvised cooking for as many people as possible
preparing for final presentation
sharing left-over food with your neighbours
Probeer Podium Rotterdam (Try-Out Podium); the smallest podium of Rotterdam, as a flexible try-out space for any kind of performer, amateur or professional, magician or rockband
Jouwerij (Youwery): brewing beer together, a home for homebrewers, a place for sharing your latest beer
Finally: the Symposium
Pitching for the jury: Probeer Podium Rotterdam (later presented at the Symposium)
Pitching for the jury:
Pitching for the jury: Jouwerij
The assignment was to come up with ideas for a micro-business / sharing space / meeting spot for local communities of 30 M3, which is to be made behind two of the workshop doors opening up to the street.
Gekregen van Het Nieuwe Instituut (voorheen NAi) in Rotterdam; de complete vloer van de zolderzaal. Waarvoor nog alle dank.
Een vrachtwagen vol gelakt multiplex en Ekoplex. Dat gaan we allemaal wegtimmeren in de Pieter de Raadstraat 35-37.
A gift from HNI (The New Institute, used to be NAi): a truckload of multiplex from their top floor exhibition space. All to be used at Pieter de Raadstraat.
This picture of the four founding boardmembers of Stichting Stad in de Maak was taken in February 2014. Around that time we were working on the studio space of nr 35B and we had just signed the take-over with Havensteder.