“while every attempt of making architecture seems to drift off in rhetorics of programmatic organization and ironic provocation, form and space as such have become a rare good. in our projects we try to counter this by making direct and precise spatial proposals, formal compositions without rhetoric. this literal architecture aims for a phenomenological experience, perhaps despite of its program.” [1]

15/08/2011 § Leave a comment

office kgdvs, museum in motion (2004)

office kgdvs, border crossing usa – mexico (2005)

office kgdvs, new administrative capital – south korea (2005)

 

field conditions in the work of office kersten geers david van severen.

 

happy monday

a young hare

 

 

notes:

[1]     today’s title comes from the offices webpage

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