A brick is a brick for Dutch practice Wingender Hovenier

The Grave scheme incorporates housing, shops, a parking garage and a library.

Source: Wingender Hovenier

This Dutch practice is representative of a new generation of European architects who are rejecting recent architecture’s ironic posturing in favour of something fundamentally contextual, says Paul Shepheard

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