The architectural production in Flanders increasingly draws international attention. This is the result of the valuable work accomplished by several Flemish initiatives that has had effects on the rise of a vibrant design and research culture in architecture. In 'Radical Commonplaces', architects, critics and experts from both Flanders and Europe reflect upon the development of new concepts for living in one of Europe's most densely populated areas, redevelopment projects and infrastructures, and the great cultural ambitions found in a number of public and private buildings in Flanders and elsewhere. With texts by Guy Chatel, AglaŽe Degros, Stefan Devoldere, Christoph Grafe, Christian Kieckens, Axel Sowa and Ellis Woodman, among others.
Pages: 304 pp
Publisher: Vlaams Architectuurinstituut
Publication Place: Antwerp,
Book Id: 92822
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