Post-City Curators

Post-City Curators

Yi-der Chou

(Taipei, Taiwan, 1984)

Graduated with honors as an architect in 2008 from the ISACF La Cambre in Brussels (Belgium).

In 2008, she worked at CAT SAO in Brussels and simultaneously worked as a teaching assistant at the Bachelor 1 design studio at ISACF La Cambre in Brussels before leaving in 2009 for the division office of Tange associates in Taipei. Today, she collaborates part time with GCArchitectures in Brussels and runs the Brussels operations for the Luxembourg based architecture office “2001”.

Radim Louda

(Prag, Czech Republic,1984)

Graduated with honors as an architect in 2009 from the ISACF La Cambre in Brussels (Belgium). The same year, his diploma project was awarded with “Le Prix La Cambre Architecture”.

From 2009 to 2010, he worked with Anorak agency in Brussels and is currently based in Ljubljana as a project architect at Bevk Perovic arhitekti. Regularly he is invited as a jury member in Brussels and Ljubljana.

Since 2008, different collaborations and solo projects were awarded and exhibited in Brussels, New York and Tokyo.

Recently, he has been selected for the third edition of “(Re)Nouveaux Plaisirs d’Architecture”, as one of nine emergent Belgian architectural figures.

Philippe Nathan

(Esch-Alzette, Luxembourg, 1982)

Graduated with great honors as an architect in 2009 from the ISACF La Cambre in Brussels (Belgium). In 2006, 2007 and 2008 he was successively awarded with “Le Prix La Cambre Architecture”.

From 2007 until 2010, he first worked as an intern and later as project architect at the Brussels based office 51N4E. In 2010 he founded the Luxembourg based practice “2001”.

In 2010 he was invited as lecturer and jury member at the “Faculté d’architecture ULB Horta-La Cambre”. In the summer of 2011, he participated at the IAW2.0: “Ishinomaki Architecture Workshop” in northern Japan.

That same year, he was shortlisted with 2 projects for the Luxembourg Architecture Prize.