Robbrecht en Daem

An Architectural Anthology

Edited by Maarten Van Den Driessche; With contributions by Asli Çiçek, Wouter Davidts, Joan Ockman, Chantal Pattyn, Maarten Van Den Driessche, Christophe Van Gerrewey, and Ellis Woodman

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November 28, 2017
732 pages, 7 3/8 x 9 1/2
893 color + b/w illus.
ISBN: 9780300222470
PB-with Jacket

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From a dovecot in the Dutch village of Dorst to the Concert Hallin Bruges, from an art gallery in Whitechapel to the City Archives of Bordeaux, the oeuvre on which Robbrecht en Daem Architects has worked since its foundation in 1975 has developed a variety and maturity that stands out on the international stage. This insightful book tells the story of Paul Robbrecht, Johannes Robbrecht, and Hilde Daem from the 1980s: their research and interests, their “lost souls,” and their successes. Drawing on new and unpublished visual material, a picture and project accordion shows a wide selection of 63 projects that are divided into five key themes from different perspectives. 

Maarten Van Den Driessche is an engineer architect, currently working at the Department of Architecture & Urban Planning of the University of Ghent and at The University College for Sciences and Arts in Leuven and Brussels.

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