Out of print, last copy! Like new condition!
Flemish architect Xaveer de Geyter founded his practice in
the early nineties, after a ten year collaborative period with the
Office of Metropolitan Architecture from Rem Koolhaas. While having only
completed a modest number of projects, De Geyter has nevertheless
managed to generate an international reputation for both unpretentious
architecture and large scale urban projects. Here, sixteen projects are
examined with the help of plans, models, texts and photographs
including: the House near Antwerp, the Chassé Park Apartments in Breda,
the buildings for the Ghent University and the competition entries for
both the National Archives in Luxembourg and the 'Quartier des Halles'