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Raoul Bunschoten, “Door”, The Skin of the Earth, 1991.
© Photograph by Hélène Binet, from Raoul Bunschoten: The Skin of the Earth. Arkitekturtidsskrift B, No. 49. Edited by Gilbert Hansen and Peter Mandal Hansen, translated by Thomas Birket-Smith, Orla Vigs
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Posted 01 Aug 1993

Joost Meuwissen, 'Houses of desire'. [Translated from the Dutch by John Rudge,] Archis, 8.1993, August (Doetinchem: Misset Bouw, [1993]), 64-80.

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Houses of desire

Joost Meuwissen

A free-standing house can be an attractive assignment for an architect these days because no collectivity, nothing of discipline and punish needs to be expressed. Once thought through to the end, it can be a 'house with no style'[1], i.e. its style is both free and general and coincides with architecture as art. It can be ...


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Raoul Bunschoten, Spinoza’s Garden, 1985, detail.
© Photograph by Hélène Binet, detail, from AA files. Annals of the Architectural Association School of Architecture, Number II, Spring 1986 (London: The Architectural Association, 1986), cover.
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Posted 01 Oct 1992

Joost Meuwissen, 'The Architect as an Exile. Introduction'. [Translated by Nicole van den Hurk,] Raoul Bunschoten: The Skin of the Earth. Arkitekturtidsskrift B, No. 49. Edited by Gilbert Hansen and Peter Mandal Hansen, translated by Thomas Birket-Smith, Orla Vigsø, Nicole van den Hurk (Aarhus: Arkitekturtidsskrift B, 1992), 4-9.

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The Architect as an Exile. Introduction

Joost Meuwissen

Perhaps because architecture is international or at least in its forms not hindered by ...


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