Selin Geerinckx is Academic Assistant at the interior architecture programme of the University of Antwerp. She investigated the work of architect Jul De Roover and builds on the genealogy of the discipline of interior architecture by scrutinizing the bodily and mental effects of modernist housing through modern dance theory and methodologies. Selin co-curated the exhibition Living in Color in Antwerp (2019) and is appointed tutor in the International Student Workshop DOCOMOMO 2020+1 in Tokyo.

Favourite (interior)architecture project

For the museum Louvre Lens, situated in the old mine region (UNESCO) of Pas-de-Calais in France, the design office SANAA integrated the historical environment where nature had taken over since 1960. The building’s modest character deepens the seamless transitions from the landscape into the interior. As an envelope, the site reflects its seasonal surrounding in order to exhibit from both outside as inside the valuable patrimony for its inhabitants and visitors.

                             (photo: S. Geerinckx) 

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