Author: Lennart Arpots

Architecture/33

The monumental effort of 15 years of architectural analysis at the faculty of Architecture at TU Eindhoven has resulted in a stunning collection of 144

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Ort&distOrt

The 1991 Cow Chair, a provoking marriage between Rietveld’s Zigzag and Corbusier’s Chaise Longue, is the most recent acquisition of the art collection of TU

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Compression

COMPRESSION is currently exhibited at the former shipwharf De Oude Delft (Schiehaven 15) in Rotterdam. The design of this folly plays into the dual nature

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Oasis

Ethiopean Satellite Preschools Schools in Hiddi & Dillu OASIS is a school design that, when built, naturally forms its own oasis. Building upon the natural

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The Street

The street of Les Crottes in Marseille represents one type of problematic street that can be seen in most European post-industrial cities where two types

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PANdancing

PANdancing brings people from different parts of Porto and Matosinhos together, both physically and virtually, taking into account the social distancing measures resulting from Covid-19.

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Pitch Black

Inzending voor ideeënwedstrijd “De Poort van Noord”. Naar de inzendingen… Voorgesteld wordt om een gitzwarte poortbrug te bouwen in de vergeten zone tussen snelweg- en

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Anti-Monument

Monuments were historically constructed during civilizations’ peaks, leaving a society’s eternal mark on Earth. Non-Architecture posited the question what a monument for 2020 could look

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The 1991 Cow Chair, a provoking marriage between Rietveld’s Zigzag and Corbusier’s Chaise Longue, is the most recent acquisition of the art collection of TU Eindhoven. The chair is one of the antics of Eindhoven-based architect Bert Staal and artist Matty Christensen, whose works exemplify the border between art and architecture. As self-proclaimed Homo Ludens, […]

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COMPRESSION is currently exhibited at the former shipwharf De Oude Delft (Schiehaven 15) in Rotterdam. The design of this folly plays into the dual nature of the Dutch landscape, on one hand dense and utilitarian, on the other hand artificially kept primitive and scenic. It invites visitors to an experience of compression, similar to the […]
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