PUBLICATION Architectural Theory Review published the position paper "Architectural Contact Zones: Another Way to Write Global Histories of the Post-War Period?"
TUTOR in upcoming fall seminar The City Lived - Unlocking a Multidisciplinary Discourse,
PANELIST SYMPOSIUM Transitional Space: Japanese Houses Through Digital Scans organised by the Chair of Landscape Architecture, Professor Christophe Girot, ETH Zurich. 9 am -1 pm CET
GUEST CRIT gta Doctoral Reviews, ETH Zürich. 1-4 pm CET.
Q & A SESSION with Christine Bräm, the Director of Grün Stadt Zürich as part of of Chair Avermaete‘s Fachsemester on the Green Commons of Zürich. 10:00-11.00 am CET. Open to the public.
SESSION CHAIR PS 16 "The Architecture Exhibition as Cross-Cultural Contact Zone"
(together with Tom Avermaete)
Society of Architectural Historians (SAH) Annual Conference 2021. 5:00-7.10 pm CET.
PUBLICATION Abe Journal features article on the effect of intertextual referencing between judge Peter Cook and judge Toy Ito in the Shinkenchiku Competition
CONFERENCE PRESENTATION Critic|all IV Conference, Sao Paulo
EXHIBITION Call for Lost Entries: The Shinkenchiku Residential Design Competition, 1965-2020 is scheduled to open on November 2, 2021 at gta Exhibitions, ETH Zürich
CONFERENCE PRESENTATION Annual International Conference of the Architectural Humanities Research Association (AHRA) 'Housing in the City'
AWARD Creative Industries NL awarded Cathelijne Nuijsink a grant to develop a travelling exhibition and website
CONFERENCE PRESENTATION 'The Practise of Architectural Research' organised by KU Leuven
INVITED LECTURE in the PhDArts Program 2020, Leiden University
PUBLICATION Footprint 26 ' The Architecture Competition as "Contact Zone"' is out
PUBLICATION Croatian architectural magazine ORIS features article on the regional Yugoslavian success in the Shinkenchiku Residential Design Competition
Nuijsink, Cathelijne. "Encounter of Architectural Ideas" Oris 122, April 2020, 112-125
AWARD Stiftung Buchkunst awarded Architecture Monogram #2, dedicated to Swiss-Dutch landscape architect Anouk Vogel, the title of 'one of the most beautiful books of 2020'