The International Aarchitecture Biennale Rotterdam–2016 presents more than 60 projects, partly developed in the IABR–Ateliers, partly collected through an international open call for projects, and partly produced especially for the biennale in collaboration with national and international partners.
Read where to go, what to see and prepare your stay.
The heart of IABR–2016–THE NEXT ECONOMY is the former coffee warehouse Fenixloods II, in the Rotterdam neighborhood of Katendrecht. The Fenixloods is home to the exhibition but is is also where WHAT’S NEXT? will unfold:
Ten weeks of Next Talks, Next Salons, Next Steps, Next Meet-Ups, Next Walks, Next op Zuid, and an extensive partner program.
IABR–2016 will integrate exhibition and debate even more than previous editions. WHAT’S NEXT? is an ongoing exchange of ideas with participants and visitors about the future of the city in the Next Economy, a program that takes place in the middle of the exhibition, and partly during opening hours.
This continuous program of conferences, lectures, meet-ups, workshops, and debates starts during the opening weekend and closes on 3 July with a final debate.
To check WHAT’S NEXT, click here to go the agenda