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El Croquis 185. OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen 2003-2016

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Publisher:El Croquis

ISBN: 978-84-88386-90-8

  • Paperback
  • English, Spanish
  • 262 Pages
  • Jul 1, 2016

This issue of El Croquis magazine spotlights the rise of Belgian architects Kersten Geers and David Van Severen.

Prior to establishing their own practice OFFICE in 2002, the duo honed their skills in offices in Rotterdam, Ghent, and Brussels. An economy of means is a prominent feature of their work, and they display a strong proclivity for precision. Their interest in materials, as well as their attitude towards past and present, are likewise ubiquitous qualities that are reflected in their work. Besides an in-depth interview, the issue features several projects, including private homes, an office refurbishment in Kortrijk, Campus RTS in Lausanne, and the Centre for Traditional Music in Bahrain.


CONTENT:  


Entrance, Notary Antwerp
Summerhouse, Ghent
Berlin Library
Border Crossing 
A Grammar for the City 
Bridge, Ghent 
Villa, Buggenhout
Lake Side Villa
Kortrijk XPO 
Computer Shop, Tielt 
After the Party [Belgian Pavilion for the Venice Biennial of Architecture]
25 Rooms, Ordos
Weekend House, Merchtem
Chamber of Commerce, Kortrijk
City Villa, Brussels
Urban Villa, Geneva 
Architecture Library, Ghent 
Garden Pavilion [Venice Biennial of Architecture]
Agriculture School, Leuven
Drying Hall, Herselt 
Villa en Linkebeek
Oasis [Tres Pabellones para la 11 Bienal de Sharjah] 
Taller de Artista en Bruselas 
Solo House
Incubator, Waregen
Housing Complex, Brussels 
Office Refurbishment, Kortrijk 
Crematorium, Ostend
Arvo Pärt Centre
Campus RTS, Lausanne 
VRT, Brussels 
Centers for Traditional Music, Muharraq & Riffa, Bahrain

This issue of El Croquis magazine spotlights the rise of Belgian architects Kersten Geers and David Van Severen.

Prior to establishing their own practice OFFICE in 2002, the duo honed their skills in offices in Rotterdam, Ghent, and Brussels. An economy of means is a prominent feature of their work, and they display a strong proclivity for precision. Their interest in materials, as well as their attitude towards past and present, are likewise ubiquitous qualities that are reflected in their work. Besides an in-depth interview, the issue features several projects, including private homes, an office refurbishment in Kortrijk, Campus RTS in Lausanne, and the Centre for Traditional Music in Bahrain.

CONTENT:  


Entrance, Notary Antwerp
Summerhouse, Ghent
Berlin Library
Border Crossing
A Grammar for the City
Bridge, Ghent
Villa, Buggenhout
Lake Side Villa
Kortrijk XPO
Computer Shop, Tielt
After the Party [Belgian Pavilion for the Venice Biennial of Architecture]
25 Rooms, Ordos
Weekend House, Merchtem
Chamber of Commerce, Kortrijk
City Villa, Brussels
Urban Villa, Geneva
Architecture Library, Ghent
Garden Pavilion [Venice Biennial of Architecture]
Agriculture School, Leuven
Drying Hall, Herselt
Villa en Linkebeek
Oasis [Tres Pabellones para la 11 Bienal de Sharjah]
Taller de Artista en Bruselas
Solo House
Incubator, Waregen
Housing Complex, Brussels
Office Refurbishment, Kortrijk
Crematorium, Ostend
Arvo Pärt Centre
Campus RTS, Lausanne
VRT, Brussels
Centers for Traditional Music, Muharraq & Riffa, Bahrain

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