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"They see a new development like a bicycle bridge, when a part of the park has to be removed as a chance. This shows that an intriguing, intuitive form of managing is possible and surprises. We can learn a lot about how the point of view of the artists add to the surroundings. Highly recommended!" - Machteld Klees, Oase Journal

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Oase winter 2021 / Machteld Klees


The Walter Benjamin and Albert S. Project - Maurice Bogaert, 2020

"The shimmering silver ink marks the subtlety of this book: we were all staring into the repetition of the silver images, almost floating on a carefully selected black paper, with small text blocks marking a pause, creating a rhythm. The layout of this book illustrates the parallel lives of Walter Benjamin and Albert Speer, highlighting the story Maurice Bogaert wants to tell with a slightly open door on the cover, inviting us in." - The Best Dutch Book Designs 2020 Student Jury

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SEP/OKT 2021 / Maarten Buser - Gonzo #165

The Public Interior as Idea and Concept - Mark Pimlott, 2016

'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. His categories of interiors — Garden, Palace, Ruin, Shed, Machine and Network — are enough in themselves to provoke and the book is a fascinating and readable study of how the public interior shapes our everyday existence and articulates the nature of the society that builds them.' - Financial Times, Best books of 2016: Architecture and Design, reviewed by Edwin Heathcote

Review by Nicholas de Klerk in ArchDaily

Jan van Munster. Licht | Light, 2012
'Het onderwerp is licht, maar het boek is zwaar en heeft een donkergrijze omslag met een zwarte rug. Alleen de titel Licht licht op: de letters zijn in het karton van de cover uitgesneden en worden lichtweerkaatsend door de onderliggende met aluminiumfolie beklede pagina.' 

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