Belgian architect Juliaan Lampens takes centre stage in this issue, which sheds light on his quiet yet remarkable career designing private homes from the post-war years through to the 21st century. The emergence of modernist architecture and his own inquisitive attitude quickly coloured Lampens’ initial traditional approach, and this comprehensive introduction to his architecture places him among the essential names of 20th century architectural history. Jo Van Den Berghe writes about the characteristic style of Lampens, while Christophe Van Gerrewey and Fredie Floré describe his undercurrent of influence in current Belgian practice and rediscovery by a wider audience.
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Veste editoriale: Brossura