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OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen. Volume 1, 2 & 3 | Christophe Van Gerrewey, Go Hasegawa, Ellis Woodman, Giovanna Borasi | 9783863359249

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OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen

Volume 1, 2 & 3

Auteur:Christophe Van Gerrewey, Go Hasegawa, Ellis Woodman, Giovanna Borasi

Uitgever:Walther König, BOZAR

ISBN: 978-3-8633-5924-9

  • Hardcover
  • Engels
  • 432 pagina's
  • 15 jun. 2017

The Brussels-based OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen brings architecture back to the essentials: with a limited set of basic rules a framework is created within which life in all its complexity can be played out. Models, drawings and perspectives created by the architects are displayed together with works of art that are related to the spirit and language of this firm of architects.

The set of three books, designed by Joris Kritis in collaboration with OFFICE and Bas Princen, are the first parts of OFFICE's ongoing oeuvre catalogue. They show in a systematic, chronological way the projects from OFFICE 2 to OFFICE 201, spanning a period of 15 years. This overview is complemented by photographs of Bas Princen, Stefano Graziani and Dirk Braeckman, and essays by Giovanna Borasi, Christophe Van Gerrewey and Ellis Woodman, amongst others. Volume 2 was released in a limited number last year, on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition Everything Architecture in BOZAR. Now, exactly one year later, we complete the circle by presenting the full set at the finissage of this same exhibition at the Architectural Association, to which the books function as the de facto catalogue.

The Brussels-based OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen brings architecture back to the essentials: with a limited set of basic rules a framework is created within which life in all its complexity can be played out. Models, drawings and perspectives created by the architects are displayed together with works of art that are related to the spirit and language of this firm of architects.

The set of three books, designed by Joris Kritis in collaboration with OFFICE and Bas Princen, are the first parts of OFFICE's ongoing oeuvre catalogue. They show in a systematic, chronological way the projects from OFFICE 2 to OFFICE 201, spanning a period of 15 years. This overview is complemented by photographs of Bas Princen, Stefano Graziani and Dirk Braeckman, and essays by Giovanna Borasi, Christophe Van Gerrewey and Ellis Woodman, amongst others. Volume 2 was released in a limited number last year, on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition Everything Architecture in BOZAR. Now, exactly one year later, we complete the circle by presenting the full set at the finissage of this same exhibition at the Architectural Association, to which the books function as the de facto catalogue.

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