Door het Covid-19 virus is de tentoonstelling Gelinkt op 15 maart niet geopend. Vanaf 5 juni stellen we de deuren opnieuw open.
Gelinkt kan je bezoeken in Co-Left, een co-working space in een modernistische villa ontworpen door Léon Stynen.
Er zijn maatregelen getroffen om u een rustig, veilig en comfortabel tentoonstellingsbezoek te bieden.
Bezoek is enkel mogelijk na reservering van een tijdsslot voor maximaal 6 personen. Breng je reserveringsticket mee. Een mondmasker is aanbevolen.
Tijdens de weekends zullen de kunstenaars regelmatig aanwezig zijn.
5 juni - 26 juli 2020
Elke vrijdag, zaterdag en zondag 11u00 tot 18u00, enkel na on-line registratie op www.Co-left.be.
Reigerstraat 2, 2050 Antwerpen Linkeroever (LEZ)
Halte Frederik Van Eeden, tram 3,5,9 en 15 en bus 3
Reigerstraat 2 Linkeroever 2050 Antwerpen
Built by renowned Belgian architect Léon Stynen and converted into Linkeroever’s first co- working space in 2017, Co-Left provides a quiet setting for professionals who wish to benefit from its many advantages. Ideally located at a stone’s throw from Antwerp’s city centre, being able to get around is just one of the reasons why you will love settling into Co-Left. There is also the unique outdoor recreational area across the road,
which will allow you to catch your breath in between meetings. If you are interested in a place that offers the best of both worlds, then look no further. We have all the advantages of a fully-equipped office building in combination with the uncanny spaciousness of the left bank of the river Scheldt. We can safely promise we’ll make a day at the office feel like a walk in the park.
Co-Left offers a full office experience, providing all functionalities of a modern office space. This includes free broadband wifi, access to the Italian coffee machine, fresh fruit, and a variety of office supplies and notebooks.
Each room also functions as a fully equipped meeting room with a 4K presentation screen and useful flip charts.
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Léon Stynen is one of the most influential names in modernist architecture, which emerged in the first half of the 20th century and became dominant after World War II. Stynen constructed several buildings in Antwerp, ranging from the more modest Elsdonck living complex in Wilrijk to the monumental Royal Conservatoire of Antwerp which later became the home of Radio 2. Stynen’s proposal for the development of Linkeroever goes back to 1932 and was chosen above the plans submitted by none other than Le Corbusier. His vision for a broader urban design resulted in the construction of six residential buildings, one of which now houses Co-Left. As Stynen’s relevance to the current outlook of the city is to be revered it will be highlighted by the Flemish Institute for Architecture throughout 2018.