In AMAG31 architecture from Flanders is very present. Projects by Jo Taillieu, Jan Vermeulen and Graux & Baeyens are highlighted, next to a text of Marc Dubois about the Flemish Government Architect and the Flanders Architecture Institute.
There are defining, overarching and common characteristics to be found in the work of all the architectural practices featured in AMAG publications: rigour, consistency, and the making of a significant contribution to the quality of use and life, whether it be that of the end user on an individual level, or that of the community on a collective, social and historical level. This latest edition is no exception and only serves to confirm the rule.
Although with different approaches from a conceptual material and formal point of view, these three firms of Belgian origin, JO TAILLIEU ARCHITECTEN, STUDIO JAN VERMEULEN and GRAUX&BAEYENS ARCHITECTEN, carry out their practice with the same outstanding sense of awareness, the same deep respect for the locale, and the same extensive rigour in their pursuit of the best solution and answer, in common to each project.read more