We will not let hate win

Novembre 2020 – Virtual lecture

On 14 November and now online, watch the online talk «We Will Not Let Hate Win» organized by the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Thomas Coldefy and Zoltán Neville, Director of Design & International Development, present the National Pulse Memorial & Museum of Orlando, a project won by a multidisciplinary team led by Coldefy. They explain how the approach of the project is an opportunity to catalyse the change through architecture and urban design, in honor to the victims of the tragedy of the Pulse night club four years ago.

Lille et les villes du Nord, 10 artistes + 100 lieux

October 2020 – Publication

Thanks to Geoffroy Deffrennes for his great portrait of Thomas Coldefy and Isabel Van Haute. they are presented together with 9 artists from Lille (namely Mimi le Clown, Norman Dilworth and Julien Gosselin) in the cultural guide dedicated to the contemporary creation in Lille and North of France. The book written in French and published by the Editions Ateliers Henry Dougier is called Lille et Villes du Nord au Coeur de la Création Contemporaine, 10 artistes + 100 lieux.


September 2020 – Under construction
Garage is a rehabilitated Peugeot car garage of the 1940’s transformed into a unique “third place” dedicated to retail and innovation in the heart of Lille. its folding facade, a technical and architectural achievement, is stimulating the public space. Coldefy challenges the limit between public and private spaces. Delivery soon.

Designing the future II CULTURE

September 2020 – Round-table

On September 22, Thomas Coldefy took part to a virtual panel discussion organized by Delta Light with Konrad Buhagiar, executive director of AP Valletta, and Pippo Ciorra, principal curator of Museo Maxxi in Rome. this was part of a serie of round tables dedicated to the conception of future, this one is focused on culture. architecture simultaneously reflects and influences culture. all over the world, cultural buildings are landmarks for cities and countries, adding value to the experience of art and creating context for individuals and societies. with the evolution of art, cities and audiences, what will be the role and how will we design our cultural buildings in the future? how can museums and galleries be flexible to accommodate different styles of exhibitions? listen to the roundtable here.

Et demain, on fait quoi ?

September 2020 – Contribution

Find here the contribution of Thomas Coldefy “La Nouvelle Normalité” (“The New Normality”) in the book “Et demain, on fait quoi?” 198 contributions pour penser la ville ” (“And tomoroww, what will we do? 198 contributions to think the city”) published by the Pavillon de l’Arsenal, the center of urban planning and architecture of Paris.