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June

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Today my printed portfolio arrived.  I looked very much forward to it because an 'object' in your hands always seems to feel more valuable then something digital, no matter how careful the file has been put together. I took some pictures to share the results. [/vc_column][vc_column width='1/6'][/vc_column][/vc_row]

February
 

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While making this website and updating my portfolio, I went through my old design drawings of the Desterro project. The design started from a conceptual monolithic block which was fitted in a gap between an old hospital and a row of apartment buildings. During the project I struggled making windows in this solid mass. looking back on this project and my struggle designing windows, I thought of an interview with Eduardo Souto de Moura I read earlier this year; He was was asked about designing openings.

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January
 

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Now that I delivered my thesis and finished my additional study in heritage conservation in Berlin it is time to look back on the project I did in the past months.  Pumping-station 'T Vissertje was originally designed in 1882 and transformed several times. Nevertheless it still contains some beautiful details from around the end of the 19th century.  I would like to share a couple of those details in Dordrecht without adding too much words.

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