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Vincent Van Duysen Works 1989–2009 Vincent Van Duysen the first twenty years, over thirty projectsFor over three decades, Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen has created a body of work that is at once sublime and rich, minimal yet tactile This monograph presents his complete works fromto , including his domestic architecture, office and commercial spaces, as well as furniture and decorative objects for such leading international manufacturers as B B Italia, Poliform and Swarovski Over thirty projects are presented in detail, each with a project profile, many accompanied by specially commissioned photographs taken by Alberto Piovano, along with a complete project chronologyTable of ContentsIntroduction and foreword by Julianne Moore and Nicola di Battista Photo Essay by H l ne Binet Nearly forty projects Photo Essay by H l ne Binet Chronology

  • Vincent Van Duysen Works 1989–2009
  • Ilse Crawford
  • Inglés
  • 10 October 2019
  • 0500343438

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8 thoughts on “Vincent Van Duysen Works 1989–2009

  1. says:

    Beautiful images, amazing project A must have for everyone who is inspired by minimal spaces and architecture.

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    good condition

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    Each project is comprehensively presented with images and other information that goes deeper than a magazine spread, including interior shots with and without furniture Nicely produced and formatted book.

  5. says:

    A deeply unsatisfying book with a paucity of photographs accompanying what I hope is not actually the complete works or else this firm would ve gone under decades ago Seriously, an internet image search turns up better results.Now that I own this book I have to figure out what to do with it because I definitely don t want it taking up space in my home But I d even be embarrassed to donate this book to my library That s how useless it is.

  6. says:

    A beautiful book

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