Activity log


  • CP: 12/2021: RETE / PortCityFutures / UFM Conference, Panel on ‘Makers District at the Edge of Port and City’, Delft. With Birgit Hausleitner.
  • CP: 10/2021: 4S Annual Meeting - Society for Social Studies of Science, Panel on ‘(Im)material streams in the city: ecologies, economies, electrons’, Toronto. With Grace Abou Jaoude.
  • CP: 9/2021: Royal Geographical Society-IBG Annual International Conference, Panel on ‘Robot Spatialities: Technologies, Affordances and Affects’, London.
  • PS: 8/2021: Symposium Eisenhüttenstadt, Friedrich-Wolf Theater / Kunstverein im Kloster Neuzelle, Eisenhüttenstadt.
  • PS: 7/2021: Going Green #2: Making Green Work, Food Forum Almere, organized by Vereniging Deltametropool and Provincie Flevoland.
  • IL: 5/2021: Agroindustrial Platforms, Datapolis lecture series, TU Delft.
  • CP: 3/2021: Conference Platform Urbanism - Towards a Technocapitalist Transformation of European Cities, Institute of Geography and Regional Science, University of Graz.
  • IL: 2/2021: Digital Agriculture: Space, Technology, and Labor in Dutch Automated Landscapes, School of Architecture, University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).
  • O: 1/2021: Guest critic at The Berlage, Project NL final review, TU Delft.
  • PS: 12/2020: Genes, Robots and Toxicity, New Generations Festival, Rome.
  • PS: 12/2020: Pattern language as co-creation instrument, Online Global Classroom, Technical University of Malaysia.
  • PS: 12/2020: Beyond the Countryside, INDESEM pre-event, TU Delft.
  • PS: 11/2020: Beyond the Countryside, Seventh Jaap Bakema Conference: Repositioning Architecture in the Digital, convened by Dirk van der Heuvel and Georg Vrachliotis. Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam.
  • IL: 08/2020: Workscapes in Transition, The Berlage / Project NL studio, TU Delft.
  • IL: 05/2020: Automated Landscapes: A Countryside Tour, ‘Datapolis’ Complex Projects studio, TU Delft.
  • KE: 2/2020: Application of Planning and Design Instrument to Facilitate Urban Manufacturing (Cities of Making). Workshop with the municipality of Amsterdam (Buiksloterham).
  • KE: 10/2019: Testlab: Maak de Maakstad: Urbanism TU Delft & Platform 31. Dag van de Stad 2019, The Hague.
  • PS: 10/2019: Cities of Making, presentation with Birgit Hausleitner at: final event Cities of Making/Rotterdam, Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
  • IL: 09/2019: Automated Landscapes: A Countryside Tour, The Berlage / Project NL studio, TU Delft.
  • KE: 8/2019: Application of Planning and Design Instrument to Facilitate Urban Manufacturing (Cities of Making). Workshop with the municipality of Amsterdam.
  • CP: 7/2019:  Muñoz Sanz, V., Abou Jaode, G. “Planning Work Landscapes in the Transition to Automated Labor: Technology and Changes in Urban Form in Agro-industrial Clusters in Westland, The Netherlands”, AESOP Annual Congress 2019, Venice, Italy (July 9-13).
  • KE: 5/2019: Application of Planning and Design Instrument to Facilitate Urban Manufacturing (Cities of Making). Workshop with the municipality of Zwolle in the context of the development of the Spoorzone.
  • IL: 04/2019: Automated Landscapes: A Countryside Tour, VI PER Gallery, Prague.
  • KU: 3/2019: Application of Planning and Design Instrument to Facilitate Urban Manufacturing (Cities of Making). Workshop with representatives of the municipalities of Amsterdam, The Hague, Zwolle, Hoorn, Groningen, Zaandam, Schiedam, organized in collaboration with Platform 31.
  • IL: 03/2019: Researching Automated Landscapes, Landscape Architecture Graduate Seminar Series at Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh.
  • PS: 11/2018: Automated Landscapes: A Countryside Tour, lecture and participation in a public debate with Meiny Prins (CEO of Priva), Susan Schupli, Marten Kuijpers, and Stephan Petermann (OMA). Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
  • PS: 9/2018: Book launch “Work Body Leisure”, lecture and panel discussion with Ayesha Hameed, Egbert Alejandro Martina, Simone Niquille, Marina Otero and Nick Axel. Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
  • CSO: 9/2018: Robocar and Urban Space Evolution, symposium convened by Rients Dijkstra, Dominic Stead, Víctor Muñoz Sanz, and Ioana Ionescu, Faculty of Architecture, TU Delft; Delft, The Netherlands.
  • PS: 9/2018: Robocar and Urban Space Evolution, session chair, Faculty of Architecture, TU Delft; Delft, The Netherlands.
  • W: 9/2018: “Automated City - Opportunistic Urbanism”, workshop with students of the Melbourne School in Design organized in collaboration with Delta Metropool and the European Master or Urbanism at TU Delft.
  • CP: 7/2018: Muñoz Sanz, V., “Planning an Automated Future: Histories of Technology, Sustainability, and Labour in the Port of Rotterdam”, 18th International Planning History Society Conference, Yokohama, Japan (July 16-19).
  • IL: 6/2018: Arquitecturas de Plataforma [Platform Architectures]. Keynote speaker, Scientific Congress of the Bilbao Urban Regeneration Forum; Bilbao, Spain.
  • PS: 6/2018: Scientific Congress of the Bilbao Urban Regeneration Forum, session chair, Bilbao, Spain.
  • PS: 5/2018: Architecture Exhibitions as a Critical Knowledge Production, panel discussion with Barry Bergdoll, Tamar Shafrir, Ifat Finkelman, Gabriel Kozlowski, Víctor Muñoz Sanz, Léa-Catherine Szacka. Arsenale, Venice, Italy (Venice Architecture Biennial 2018).
  • PS: 5/2018: Automated Landscapes: Who is the Architect?, conversation with Arjen Oosterman, Nina Rappaport, Dan Handel, Marten Kuijpers, Víctor Muñoz Sanz. Dutch Pavilion, Venice, Italy (Venice Architecture Biennial 2018).
  • PS: 5/2018: Cities of Making, presentation at: Metropool Forum 2018: de Grote Verbouwing van Nederland, organized by Vereiniging Deltametropool. Session on Werklandschappen als Verstedelijkingsopgave. Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
  • IL: 4/2018: Automated Landscapes: Planning and Technology in the Port of Rotterdam, Faculty of Architecture, TU Delft; Delft, The Netherlands.
  • IL: 2/2018: Automated Landscapes, ‘Logistical Nightmares’ seminar, organized by Centre for Research Architecture in Goldsmiths, in collaboration with Sonic Acts Academy, Amsterdam.
  • CSO: 12/2017: Fourth Jaap Bakema Conference: The Tools of the Architect, convened by Dirk van der Heuvel, coordinated by Víctor Muñoz Sanz. Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft, and Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam. Organized in collaboration with the European Architecture History Network.
  • PS: 9/2017: Automated Landscapes, invited participant to: “Urban Automation: International Workshop”, organized by the Urban Institute of University of Sheffield and University of Amsterdam, Sheffield, United Kingdom.
  • PS: 4/2017: Cities of Making, presentation with Birgit Hausleitner at: Kick off ENSUF & SURF Pop Up 2016 workshop, organized by programme 'Smart Urban Regions of the Future', Utrecht.
  • CSO: 4/2017: Deconstruction Conference, convened by Leonel Devlieger and Dirk van der Heuvel, coordinated by Víctor Muñoz Sanz. Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft, and Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam.
  • IL: 3/2017: Infraestructuras Automáticas [Automated Infrastructures], Escuela de Arquitectura, Universidad Nebrija, Madrid, Spain.
  • IL: 1/2017: Networked Utopia. The architecture and urbanism of the Bata Shoe Company satellite cities, Bezalel Academy, Jerusalem, Israel.
  • CSO: 12/2016: Third Jaap Bakema Conference: Between Paper and Pixels: Transmedial Traffic in Architectural Drawing, convened by Dirk van der Heuvel, coordinated by Víctor Muñoz Sanz. Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft, and Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam.
  • CPO: 7/2016: Perspectives on Industry-led Urban Planning and Development, 17th International Planning History Society Conference, Delft, The Nethelands (July 17-21).
  • CP: 7/2016: Muñoz Sanz, V., “Beyond the Company: Intended and Unintended Legacies of Modern Industrial Urban Planning and Design. The Case of the Bata Shoe Company Satellite Towns (1929-2015)”, 17th International Planning History Society Conference, Delft, The Nethelands (July 17-21).
  • PS: 11/2015: Factories and Philosophy, moderation of a conversation between Nina Rappaport, Hans Teerds, and Marta Relats. Faculty of Architecture, TU Delft; Delft, The Netherlands.
  • CP: 10/2015: Muñoz Sanz, V., “Globálne turbulencie a lokálne prístupy: rôznorodé životy Batových satelitných miest”, Symposium Architektúra A Územné Plánovanie Koncernu Bata Ako Jeden Z Faktorov Modernizácie Slovenska, Klub společenských organizácií v Partizánskom, Partizánske, Slovakia, October 2015.
  • IL: 5/2015: Planning a Network of Industrial Communities, Faculty of Architecture, TU Delft; Delft, The Netherlands.
  • CP: 5/2014: Muñoz Sanz, V., “Between global turbulences and local manners: the multiple lives of the Bata Shoe Company satellite towns”, International Conference 20th Century New Towns: Archetypes and Uncertainties. ESAP, Porto, Portugal.
  • IL: 10/2013: Networked Utopia, XXV Druker Prize presentation. Graduate School of Design, Harvard University; Cambridge, MA, USA.
  • IL: 3/2013: Networked Utopia: work in progress, Conference “Druker @ 25”. Graduate School of Design, Harvard University; Cambridge, MA, USA.
  • IL: 8/2012: Rio Olympics, GSAPP Studio X Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • CPO: 3/2012: Urban Design: Conditions and Projections, conference convened by Rahul Mehrotra, coordinated by Víctor Muñoz Sanz. Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA, USA.
  • CPO: 10/2011: South America Project: Hinterland Urbanisms, symposium convened by Felipe Correa and Ana María Durán, coordinated by Víctor Muñoz Sanz Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA, USA.
  • PS: 10/2011: RESEX, Hinterland Urbanisms symposium, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University; Cambridge, MA, USA.
  • IL: 6/2011: Mapping, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University; Cambridge, MA, USA.
  • IL: 4/2011: Atlas of Public Space, Student lecture series 2010-2011. Graduate School of Design, Harvard University; Cambridge, MA, USA.
  • IL: 3/2008: More Geography, Less Architecture, on behalf of MRIO Arquitectos. Workshop Internazionale Construire Paysage, Bologna, Italy.


IL: Invited lecture
PS: Participation in panels and symposiums
CP: Conference presentation
CSO: Conferences and symposiums organized
CPO: Conference panels organized
KE: Knowledge exchange
W: Workshops
O: Other