With a track record stretching back ten years, the studio of Kersten Geers and David Van Severen has tackled a diversity of projects: quasi-utopian city proposals, frontier posts, single-family houses, government buildings, exhibition designs and pavilions. Their architecture has not only to do with design solutions, but depends on radical reformulations. Examples shown in this 2G monograph include their act of emptying the Belgian Pavilion in the 2008 Venice Biennale of Architecture and filling it with confetti, as well as their projects like the weekend house in Merchtem, their villa in Brussels and the design for the Kunstmuseum in St. Gallen.
Ellis Woodman, Joan Ockman, Pier Paolo Tamburelli, Andrea Zanderigo, Enrique Walker
Editorial Gustavo Gili