Wiel Arets, a leading figure in Dutch architecture, has been gaining international attention for his spare industrial forms and theoretical writings. A monograph, published this month, explores his preoccupation with transparency and deceptively simple forms. Translucent glass, concrete and wood dominates his work, which has been compared to that of ...
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