Het Dinghuis: a vernacular palace of beams and trusses article in magazine De Architect.
Huidenclub shortlisted for the ARC22 Interior Awards.
Selected from over 100 entries, the jury praises the design as: "simple and expressive structure that defines both boundaries and openness, welcoming a wide range of activities, users and visitors. An architecture that allows a certain degree of appropriation and moves with the future".
Design for a project-space for a new arts initiative in Amstelveen, The Netherlands
Atelier Tomas Dirrix took part in the invited competition for a visitor centre at the Babyn-Yar Holocaust Memorial Centre in Kiev, Ukraine. In light of the atrocious attacks, all works have been suspended and shifted to humanitarian support.
Huidenclub completion and re-opening in March 2022
New project as part of the Weilermattes retreat in German Eiffel
Article about our 'Trappenhuis' project published in NRC
Unfair Temporary Museum in Westerpark photographed by Max Hart Nibbring
Large scale models of fragments from the Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum of the Babel studio that Sereh Mandias and Tomas Dirrix taught at Interiors, Buildings, Cities currently presented in the newly opened Depot Rotterdam Foto: Sereh Mandias
Construction of the Trappenhuis project well underway
Early morning before deconstructing Temporary Museum in Westerpark, Amsterdam
Opening September 2nd with three successive solo exhibitions by Arash Fakhim, Valentina Gal & Iriée Zamblé
Great memories from the Ceiling for a Crater stage we designed for Horst 2019. Looking forward to this years edition ♥
Rietveld Academy student work: Valter Törsleff, Robbie Doorman, Wimke Dekker, Herman Hjorth Berge, Nikolai Aarre, Lene Antonopoulos, Yuriy Krupey, Eff Libilbéhéty, Britt van Dam, Gabija Nedzinskaite, Tania Phuong
July 7th-11th - Graduation Show of Architectural department @ Gerrit Rietveld Academy Image 2: @Lucia@Ingeborg
Finishing 'touches' of the exhibition spaces for Huidenclub pre-opening during Art Rotterdam
Tomas Dirrix was selected for a residency at the EKWC (European Ceramic Work Centre) program April - July 2021
Tomas Dirrix joins the final critiques of Assemble Material: Stone studio @EPFL