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Congresses, Lectures, Seminars

This is a preliminary overview of congresses, seminars and lectures in the inamsterdam World Interiors Event 2013. Check back regularly while the program develops.

Masterclass Li Edelkoort

 

24 MAY 2013
 
Especially for the 25th Forecast of the NII (Nederlands Interieur Instituut, english translation: Dutch Interior Institute) our wellknown dutch trendforecaster Lidewij Edelkoort will present her Trendforecast Interior & Lifestyle 2015  at the impressive EYE museum near central station Amsterdam. On Friday the 24th of may our NII members will receive the exclusive custom made trendbook after Lidewij’s Masterclass.
 

International influences on Dutch interiors

Stichting Het Nederlandse Interieur (SHNI) stimulates the integrated multi-disciplinary research of the interior by assembling knowledge and views. In 2013 SHNI organizes a series of lectures, excursions and workshops on the international influences on the development of the Dutch interior. Ancient influences (Egypt, China, Italy), colonial influences (The Dutch West and East Indies) and recent international cultural diversity will be considered.

A series of debates on Interior Architecture

Discussion and sharing of knowledge in a series of debates around the historic, cultural, artistic and economic importance of interior architecture, organized by BNI, the Dutch Association of Interior Architects and the Culture Factory. Aimed at interior architects, designers, researchers, students, decision makers and the general public.
 

ECIA General Assembly

The European Council of Interior Architects ECIA is the representative body for the European professional organizations in Interior Architecture and Design. Founded in 1992, ECIA currently represents 16 national organizations with over 7500 practicing Interior Architects and Designers. ECIA's 2013 annual General Assembly will be organized in connection with the World Interiors Meeting inamsterdam.
 

Theo Lunsingh Scheurleer Lecture

Since 2005 the Dutch Association for  Interiors Heritage organizes this lecture by a reknowned international speaker. Earlier lecturers include the American author and architect Prof. Witold Rybscynski and RIBA curator Dr. John Harris.
The 2013 lecture will focuss on the international influences on the development of the Dutch interior. Ancient influences (Egypt, China, Italy), colonial influences (The Dutch West and East Indies) and recent international cultural diversity will be considered.

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