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O’ Mighty Green

O’ Mighty Green
September 2010 – April 2012 - HONORABLE MENTION

O’Mighty Green
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In the Name of the Past: Countering the Preservation Crusades

In the Name of the Past: Countering the Preservation Crusades
December 2010 – April 2011 / on going

Martyrs of the Past.
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Market Value(s)

Market Value(s)
February, 2010

572 years have passed between these images.
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Rotondas and Walls

Rotondas and Walls
September 2009, Cadrete, Zaragoza, Spain

The assignment is peculiar. For more than 30 years the client enjoyed  an unimpeded view from his weekend house in the outskirts of the city. In order to help ensuring this for the future he bought some of the properties in front of his house.
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The Re-Creation of the European City – Urban Shopping List for Secondary Cities

The Re-Creation of the European City – Urban Shopping List for Secondary Cities
December 2005 - On going, Europe

This study is meant to give a general idea of the elements that are shaping cities today. Cities of today have the same needs as those of hundreds of years ago: communication and representation. They need to be connected and they need to be attractive.
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Mc World

Mc World
December 2006

Out of all the fast food chains in the World, McDonalds is not only the most well-known, but also by far the largest, most successful and most criticised. McDonalds was founded on the 15th of May 1940 in San Bernardino, California by Ray Kroc.
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The Tallest Building

The Tallest Building
September 2006

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Terrorists Love Density

Terrorists Love Density
July 2006

Terrorists love density; they evaluate cities on that basis. They attack the bloodstream of daily life such as subways or buses; they look for the shock-factor attacking weddings or funerals and their main targets are city elements such as the police, the government, public transportation, or religious institutions.
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The European

The European
June 2006

While the European Union puts in a lot of effort to discover a common denominator for European Culture, companies operating internationally are currently defining it through cheapness.
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World-Ball

World-Ball
June 2006

With 191 UN member states the political world seems to be complex, but the 207 current members of FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) make the world of soccer appear to be even more fragmented.
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Europan Continent

Europan Continent
June 2006

Europan, descended from the French PAN (Programme d'Architecture Nouvelle) competition, is one of the world’s largest architecture competitions only surpassed by the competition for the Word Trade Center Memorial in New York.
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Potential Nation States

Potential Nation States
May 2006

In 1986, the United Nations had 159 member nations, today 191, thanks mainly to the break-up of federations in Europe plus the admission of microstates such as Liechtenstein, Micronesia, and Tuvalu.
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Rotterdam Zuid Study

Rotterdam Zuid Study
April-May 2006, Rotterdam, the Netherlands

Rotterdam Zuid, in surface much bigger than the north, and housing 40% of the population of Rotterdam has been largely neglected from the beginning of its existence 150 years ago.
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The History of Expos

The History of Expos
January 2006

World fairs are an offspring of the age of industrialization in Europe, and focused initially on innovative products rather than on magnificent architecture of the pavilions and convention halls.
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E70 – 7 Denied Countries

E70 – 7 Denied Countries
January 2006

7 Denied Countries
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Happy 2005

Happy 2005
December 2005
 
1 januari
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