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BUILT UNBUILT | Julien De Smedt, Julien Lanoo | 9789492311139

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BUILT UNBUILT

Auteur:Julien De Smedt, Julien Lanoo

Uitgever:FRAME

ISBN: 978-94-92311-13-9

  • Paperback
  • Engels
  • 328 pagina's
  • 22 sep. 2017

The book BUILT UNBUILT revisits 16 years of Julien De Smedt’s work from the inception of the architectural practice PLOT with Bjarke Ingels in 2001 to the work of JDSA and the founding of the design studio Makers With Agendas with William Ravn in 2013.

Julien De Smedt is an architect and engineer who began his career by working at Rem Koolhaas Architectural Bureau. Later he co-founded PLOT in 2001, before going on to found his own architecture firm in 2006. Julien De Smedt Architects is a multidisciplinary firm with offices in Brussels, Copenhagen and Shanghai. The team works on everything from large-scale planning to furniture following processes that involve intense research and analysis of practical and theoretical matters into the driving forces  of design.

The Built section of this book gives an overview of De Smedt’s built work seen through the lens of photographer Julien Lanoo. The Unbuilt section is a selective narrative by De Smedt of projects that haven’t made it to the built world.

The book BUILT UNBUILT revisits 16 years of Julien De Smedt’s work from the inception of the architectural practice PLOT with Bjarke Ingels in 2001 to the work of JDSA and the founding of the design studio Makers With Agendas with William Ravn in 2013.

Julien De Smedt is an architect and engineer who began his career by working at Rem Koolhaas Architectural Bureau. Later he co-founded PLOT in 2001, before going on to found his own architecture firm in 2006. Julien De Smedt Architects is a multidisciplinary firm with offices in Brussels, Copenhagen and Shanghai. The team works on everything from large-scale planning to furniture following processes that involve intense research and analysis of practical and theoretical matters into the driving forces  of design.

The Built section of this book gives an overview of De Smedt’s built work seen through the lens of photographer Julien Lanoo. The Unbuilt section is a selective narrative by De Smedt of projects that haven’t made it to the built world.

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