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Flanders Architectural Review 2018. This Is a Mustard Factory | 9789492567062

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Flanders Architectural Review 2018

This Is a Mustard Factory

Author:Birgit Cleppe, Sofie De Caigny, Christoph Grafe, Rajesh Heynickx, Steven Humblet, Sereh Mandias, Véronique Patteeuw, B. Tritsmans, P. Uyttenhove, J. Vermeulen

Publisher:VAi

ISBN: 978-94-9256-706-2

  • Paperback
  • 320 Pages
  • May 18, 2018

Thie publication 'Flanders Architectural Review 2018' by the Flemish Architecture Institute (VAi) presents a generous selection of recently completed projects in words and pictures.

About fifty projects are covered by means of extensive plans and photos and they give rise to a critical reflection on current developments in Flemish architecture. The book includes articles that deal with such topics as the poetry of utility buildings, the responsibility of architecture for the landscape, the exploration of a new scale and the individual character of Flemish architecture abroad. What the visual essays by four leading photographers have in common is a serious interest in the concrete physical experience. They view the architectural object not as something static, but as a beckoning space that should be explored, studied, tried and tested.

With contributions by: Birgit Cleppe, Sofie De Caigny, Christoph Grafe, Rajesh Heynickx, Steven Humblet, Sereh Mandias, Véronique Patteeuw, Bart Tritsmans, Pieter Uyttenhove and Jan Vermeulen. Photographic essays by: Esther Eggermont, Stephanie Kiwitt, Aglaia Konrad and Sarah Westphal.

Thie publication 'Flanders Architectural Review 2018' by the Flemish Architecture Institute (VAi) presents a generous selection of recently completed projects in words and pictures.

About fifty projects are covered by means of extensive plans and photos and they give rise to a critical reflection on current developments in Flemish architecture. The book includes articles that deal with such topics as the poetry of utility buildings, the responsibility of architecture for the landscape, the exploration of a new scale and the individual character of Flemish architecture abroad. What the visual essays by four leading photographers have in common is a serious interest in the concrete physical experience. They view the architectural object not as something static, but as a beckoning space that should be explored, studied, tried and tested.

With contributions by: Birgit Cleppe, Sofie De Caigny, Christoph Grafe, Rajesh Heynickx, Steven Humblet, Sereh Mandias, Véronique Patteeuw, Bart Tritsmans, Pieter Uyttenhove and Jan Vermeulen. Photographic essays by: Esther Eggermont, Stephanie Kiwitt, Aglaia Konrad and Sarah Westphal.

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