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    Embracing imperfection is in fact  a respond to the over-controlled society  in which we live.

    Embracing imperfection is in fact a respond to the over-controlled society in which we live.

    The Living Surface by Lizan Freijsen

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      Pimlott’s understanding of the interior is broad: everything from the borders of a nation to a garden, a temple, a room, a shopping mall or a city.

      Pimlott’s understanding of the interior is broad: everything from the borders of a nation to a garden, a temple, a room, a shopping mall or a city.

      The Public Interior as Idea and Project by Mark Pimlott - Financial Times: Best Book of 2016, category Architecture & Design, reviewed by Edwin Heathcote

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        Her work is like a fairy tale, charming,  seductive, beautiful even, but never without more profound hidden layers of meaning ,  drawing on (art) history, mythology,  contemporary social issues and generally  everything she encounters in life.

        Her work is like a fairy tale, charming, seductive, beautiful even, but never without more profound hidden layers of meaning , drawing on (art) history, mythology, contemporary social issues and generally everything she encounters in life.

        Sproken by Christie van der Haak - European Design Award 2016, silver / International Design Award 2016, bronze

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          In Vlassenbroek the physical context was about to change forever and there was a pressing  desire to capture it visually. Everyone drew; the artist, the civil engineer, the landscape  architect – even the angler took notes.

          In Vlassenbroek the physical context was about to change forever and there was a pressing desire to capture it visually. Everyone drew; the artist, the civil engineer, the landscape architect – even the angler took notes.

          A Schelde Riverscape by Wapke Feenstra

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            The interest in the history of the youth centre as both a pedagogic concept and an architectural typology is relevant for a critical perspective on the contemporary condition of both education and architecture.

            The interest in the history of the youth centre as both a pedagogic concept and an architectural typology is relevant for a critical perspective on the contemporary condition of both education and architecture.

            Walls that teach: On the Architecture of Youth Centres - Best Dutch Book Design 2015 / DAM Architectural Book Award 2015

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