Join Marc as he speaks about alternative housing projects at the international symposium ‘Taking Back Housing!’
Join Marc at the World Architecture Festival where a panel of international architects will discuss Open Buildings, Open Cities
Marc interviewed in the Bouwwereld on how Open Buildings offer the solution to gaining flexible and affordable housing.
Together with MEI, MKA has designed a 95M tower with a unique bicycle concept.
Het Dorp: a plan for an inclusive residential neighbourhood featured on BauNetz
Inside the home of some of the Superloft residents! As featured in the World Architecture Festival newsletter
How do we make Open Buildings financially possible? 16 March Tolhuistuin! Debate: The Business Case of Open Buildings, cities and systems!
‘The Future of Living.’ Marc was keynote at the Achmea Meet-up, where he shared his vision on Open Cities
“A new generation of architects are searching for radical flexibility.” MKA featured in FD Persoonlijk Magazine
‘Superlofts. Super Fantastic.’ Eve Picker interviews Marc on her Impact Real Estate Investing Podcast
‘Open Building & the Timber Revolution.’ Marc presents our timber (CLT) projects
Launch of Open Building.co! An emerging group of Dutch architects who are devoted to radically changing the building industry
Redevelopment of ‘Het Dorp’, a residential neighbourhood where people with disabilities can live independently
Marc talks at the Pakhuis: How do we make the ambitions for reusable and regenerative architecture a reality?
A natural stone facade gives a sleek touch to the Hogeschool Amsterdam campus
As an ARCAM architect-in-residence, Marc is leading an Open Building agenda
Barkow Leibzibger, Marc Koehler and Anthonin Ziegler interviewed on the future of living by Siemens
The Superlofts Journey: from a local project to an international adventure
Under construction: MKA use cross laminated timber to erect Edegem’s new public library
Coming soon to Hoorn: MKA designs the new sustainable neighbourhood of Holenkwartier
Under construction: The Koivistokade office building pushes a future-proof agenda