About Irene Lund

Irene Amanti Lund (1974) graduated as an architect from ISACF-La Cambre in Brussels (Belgium) in 1999 and earned a postgraduate master’s degree in architecture from the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam (The Netherlands) in 2002.

She is a researcher and assistant lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture of the Université Libre de Bruxelles, teaching in the “innovative housing” design studio and coordinating the collection of architecture archives of the university. In addition, she is pursuing a joint PhD between Gent University and the Université libre de Bruxelles on the subject of Pierre-Louis Flouquet’s writings on design.

She is co-author of L.-J. Baucher, J-P Blondel, O. Filippone. Trois architectes modernistes (2010), a monograph about a trio of Belgian post-war architects active during Expo 58 in Brussels.

Pubblicati in AISDesign Studi e Ricerche

Mediating the Modern Movement to a lay audience in the interwar years: The layout designer and design critic Pierre-Louis Flouquet