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Dixit 03. Nature morte / Still life. Richard Venlet OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen | Claudia Mion, Juliette Pochard, Simon Campedel | 9782493283023 | Caryatide, Cosa Mentale

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Dixit 03. Nature morte / Still life

Richard Venlet OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen

Auteur:Claudia Mion, Juliette Pochard, Simon Campedel

Uitgever:Caryatide, Cosa Mentale

ISBN: 978-2-493283-02-3

  • Paperback
  • Engels, Frans
  • 64 pagina's
  • 1 apr. 2022

The third issue of the critical review Dixit in which the words of the architectural practice OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen and the Brussels artist Richard Venlet confront each other around the theme of "Still Life".

The completion of the crematorium in Ostend, a collaboration between artist Richard Venlet and OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen, gave them the opportunity to look back upon more than fifteen years of working together. This joint effort is based on a shared interest in abstract figures and how they populate and create spaces.

As the self-renewing discipline that is architecture, Caryatide editions picks up the torch of the critical magazine—which was their very first form. They wish to enrich the debate around architecture by bringing a word that confronts to the news. Architecture is at the convergence of questioning, a discipline nourished by cross-disciplinary approaches. As such, as a signature, Caryatide endeavours to keep a critical point of view, enriched by a social and political look which the architectural discipline depends on, to highlight its complexity and aspirations.


For each issue, three times a year, two contributors are invited to share their thoughts on a new theme.

The third issue of the critical review Dixit in which the words of the architectural practice OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen and the Brussels artist Richard Venlet confront each other around the theme of "Still Life".

The completion of the crematorium in Ostend, a collaboration between artist Richard Venlet and OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen, gave them the opportunity to look back upon more than fifteen years of working together. This joint effort is based on a shared interest in abstract figures and how they populate and create spaces.

As the self-renewing discipline that is architecture, Caryatide editions picks up the torch of the critical magazine—which was their very first form. They wish to enrich the debate around architecture by bringing a word that confronts to the news. Architecture is at the convergence of questioning, a discipline nourished by cross-disciplinary approaches. As such, as a signature, Caryatide endeavours to keep a critical point of view, enriched by a social and political look which the architectural discipline depends on, to highlight its complexity and aspirations.


For each issue, three times a year, two contributors are invited to share their thoughts on a new theme.

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