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Going Public lecture: Duo.Duo: Harold Fallon & Doug Allard 16/12

Join us for Going Public #39 with two online lectures by Harold Fallon and Doug Allard:

Thursday 16 December, 5.30 pm

Please register via https://bit.ly/duo-duo


Harold Fallon co-founded AgwA architecture office in Brussels in 2003, focusing mainly on public projects for collectivities. Harold is lecturing and researching at the KU Leuven Faculty of Architecture since 2007. His PhD in architecture at the RMIT (au) “Metarbitrariness? : AgwA, an architecture of practice” researches the design strategies rooted at the heart of the practice and the relationships with the literary practice of poet Francis Ponge as inspirational force. Since 2018, he supervises and supports practising architects engaging their practice in doctoral research. As a co-founder of the In Practice inter university research group, he is co-editor of the In Practice books.


‘commonplace : tête-à-tête

Matta-Clark, Gordon ‘AROUND DAYS END’, 1975

Doug Allard Architect is a project leader at XDGA (Architects) in Brussels and co-director of XDGR (Research).
He was a project manager at OMA in Rotterdam, and has previously worked at Maccreanor Lavington Architects (NL), Bennetts Associates (UK) and with Stephane Beel and TOP Office / Luc Deleu (BE).
He has been a Senior Lecturer in Environmental Design, a studio tutor at Antwerp University and as studio Director at Rice University’s (USA) Paris program.
He is a Visiting Professor at KU Leuven Faculty of Architecture and directs the ‘BUILTNOTHING’  ADO / Masters Unit.