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  • How to establish a clear spatial, material and social identity of the neighbourhood? This question was the basic principle when developing the design of objects and their surroundings in terms of deeper connection of future residents with their living environment. The concept of the 3D erosion is resulting from the critique of the existing master […]


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  • The development of the ‘De Ham’ site is part of an urban renewal taking place on several fronts. The proposal has been worked out by contractor and project developer Alheembouw NV and fits within a public private partnership. The project will be carried out in collaboration with BURO II & ARCHI+I as designer and Prem […]


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The GI multi-family housing is located in the south-east of the town of Pergine Valsugana, Ischia and on a slope. The building has three apartments, an apartment on each floor, the last of which is a duplex. From the large windows one can enjoy a beautiful view of Caldonazzo lake, the light is excellent all […]


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Portraying Singapore The challenge  in the project was to derive an architectural image of the Chancery that would befit Singapore. The architects saw this in diplomatic terms rather than cultural ones.  Singapore projects itself to its neighbors as a no-nonsense, efficient and well-mannered country. At the same time, it wants to be friendly and open.  […]


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Hook Me Up is a rethinking of the coat hanger designed specifically for an exhibition at the Museum of Decorative Art. By repetition of a single element, it becomes a chain and the distance between floor and ceiling are the only limiting factor for the number of elements to be linked. Design wise, the aim […]


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