De Vylder Vinck

Born in 1968 in Belgium, Jan de Vylder graduated in Architecture from Sint-Lucas University in Ghent. He has been working independently since 2000, first sharing the studio with Trice Hofkens, then with Inge Vinck and Jo Taillieu, with whom in 2010 he founded the studio “Architecten de vylder vinck taillieu” operating until 2019. In the same year he founded, together with Inge Vink, the studio “Architecten jan de vylder inge vink”. He was professor at the “Sint-Lucas School for Architecture” in Brussels, at the “TU” in Delft, at the “EPFL” in Lausanne and at the Mendrisio Academy of Architecture; since 2017 he is professor at ETH in Zurich. Architect Inge Vink, born in 1973 in Belgium, has been teaching at the “Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture et de Paysage” in Lille and at the “TU” institute in Delft since 2011. Studio “Architectende vylder vinck taillieu” has been featured with its projects in many national and international books and magazines and it has been invited to important international events such as various editions of the Venice Biennale, Chicago, Lisbon and São Paulo and their work has been exhibited in numerous galleries including “Maniera” in Belgium, “Friedman Benda” USA and “Toto Ma” in Japan. They have received several awards including “La Biennale di Venezia Silver Lion” (2018), “Henry Van De Velde” Award (2018), shortlisted at the “Mies Van Der Rohe Award” (2016) and “Schelling Architekturpreis Award” (2016). Inge Vinck (Ghent, August 8, 1973) is a Belgian architect who, together with her partner, Jan De Vylder, founded the office architects jan de vylder inge vinck (architects jdviv) in 2019. Before that, they already worked together from 2010 to 2019 under the name architecten de vylder vinck taillieu (advvt). The Ghent agency won the Silver Lion for promising young participants at the Venice Biennale in 2018. The international jury rewarded the team with this prize for their exhibition and book of the same name 'Unless Ever People

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