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November

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House 20x3 and other projects have been published in the book 'Young Visionaries, the new generation of architects by Swiss publisher Braun Publishing. The book features 50 young architects from around the world and presents their individual works. The book can be ordered through Amazon, Bol, NAI booksellers and others.

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September

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Lately I have been working on the design of some custom made furniture for the renovation in Zierikzee. The modern intervention on the house is characterized by the use of natural oak and black steel components. This concept was the starting point for the long bench and narrow table as well. One of the biggest challenges was to design a bench which could cover a radiator. In collaboration with Dutch craftsman Casper Rutges the design has been optimized and built.

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January

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A visual inventory has been carried out in the past weeks on an apartment located next to the Panaro river near Modena, Italy. This unique location next to the famous ancient Roman road 'Via Emilia' offers an excellent view on the river, the woods and an historical bridge. However the project started already several years ago, work on the building came to an hold after the contractor went bankrupt in 2014. Ever since the building had been left half finished. The building was designed as a conventional and rather conservative apartment building. Many small rooms  under a wooden pitched roof identified the spaces. The first studies on a flexible and spacious floor-plan which exploits the good view have been done and in the next months the project will be further developed in order to restart construction work later this year with an adapted design.

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November

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The transformation of the narrow monument in Zierikzee reached its final phase. The roof-lights have been installed, the building has been insulated, the roof has been re-newed and a completely new installation has been constructed. Next week the interior walls will be covered with plaster and before christmas the steel window frames and the kitchen will be installed.  The project will be finished with the oak floor in the beginning of January. These pictures show the latest status of the project.

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October

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Lately I have been experimenting with the appearance of Satellite images. I use them on my website to show the location and context of my projects, because a picture offers more information about materials, colors and atmosphere then a vector based map. Nevertheless the quality of free satellite pictures is not always satisfying and the color temperature of the pictures can vary a lot. Although this article is not exactly a tutorial I would like to share some try-outs.

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