Lara Schrijver is professor in Architecture Theory at the University of Antwerp Faculty of Design Sciences. Earlier, she taught at Delft University of Technology (2005-2014) and the Rotterdam Academy of Architecture (2007-2013). She is editor for the KNOB Bulletin and has served as editor for Footprint journal and OASE. Her work has been published in various academic and professional journals. She is author of Radical Games (2009) and co-editor of Autonomous Architecture in Flanders (2016). She was co-editor for three editions of the annual review Architecture in the Netherlands (2016–2019).
Pantheon (Hadrian, 125). Timeless architecture and technical virtuosity that transcendes historical contingency.
Elrod House (John Lautner, 1968). Lighthearted and craft-based interpretation of design and context – with a result between James Bond and Frank Lloyd Wright.
Datacenter Amsterdam (Benthem en Crouwel, 2018). Giving architectural expression to the ephemeral data that are part and parcel of contemporary experience.