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Whetting the Appetite for Minimalist Spaces
Whetting the Appetite for Minimalist Spaces
by Markus Frenzl | 04 October 2010

Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen links combines shapes and perfect detailing in his designs with a great eel for materials. And is thus in the very best elegant Modernist company. The monograph of his "Complete Works" for the first time comprehensively presents his projects of the last two decades.


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How to make the impossible possible
How to make the impossible possible
by Adelheid Komenda | 02 October 2010

In 2008, when Polaroid finally ceased producing instant photo films, not only did it seem like the end of a success story, but the end of an almost mystical type of analogue image production. The company "Impossible" has now made the impossible possible, and at the photokina in Cologne presented the second generation of instant photo films. Instant pictures - from now on this can again be done chemically.


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