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Posted 14 Jan 2014

English

Joost Meuwissen, ‘Durch die Sanduhr. Ein Kommentar zu Markus Jeschaunig´s Linienflug Graz-Maribor’. [Von Markus Jeschaunig aus dem Englischen übersetzt,] Markus Jeschaunig Line Projects / Linienprojekte. Herausgegeben von Elisabeth Fiedler (Weitra: Bibliothek der Provinz, 2013), 44-57.

Durch die Sanduhr. Ein Kommentar zu Markus Jeschaunig´s Linienflug Graz-Maribor.

Joost Meuwissen

Im Bezug auf den Städtebau fügt sich Markus Jeschaunig´s Linienflug Graz-Maribor hervorragend in seine Methodiken ein, vorausgesetzt die innovativen Potenziale des Projekts werden erkannt. Zum Ersten wird die Kategorie der Erweiterung der Erdoberfläche abgeschafft – ...


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Posted 14 Jan 2014

deutsch

Joost Meuwissen, ‘Through the hourglass. A Commentary on Markus Jeschaunig's Line-Flight Graz-Maribor’, Markus Jeschaunig Line Projects / Linienprojekte. Edited by Elisabeth Fiedler (Weitra: Bibliothek der Provinz, 2013), 44-57.

Through the Hourglass. A Commentary ...


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Posted 01 Oct 2013

Nederlands

Joost Meuwissen, ‘Espace intermédiaire’. Traduit par Marina Festré, A+ Architecture en Belgique, 244, octobre-novembre 2013 (Brussels: CIAUD ASBL Centre d’Information de l’Architecture, de l’Urbanisme et du Design, 2013), 16.

Espace intermédiaire.

Joost Meuwissen

‘Insatisfaisante’, c’est le vocable utilisé en 1961 par George Kidder Smith pour qualifier l’architecture belge dans son livre The New Architecture of Europe. Il en est ainsi depuis la Première Guerre mondiale. Dans toute l’Europe, à l’exception de la Scandinavie, l’architecture est depuis la Seconde Guerre mondiale bien ...


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Posted 01 Oct 2013

français

Joost Meuwissen, ‘Tussenruimte’, A+ Architectuur in België, 244, oktober-november 2013 (Brussel: Informatiecentrum voor Architectuur, Stedenbouw en Design ICASD VZW, 2013), 16.

Tussenruimte.

Joost Meuwissen

‘Onbevredigend’, noemt in 1961 George Kidder Smith de Belgische architectuur in zijn boek The New Architecture of Europe. Zo is het al sinds de Eerste Wereldoorlog. Met uitzondering van Scandinavië is na de Tweede Wereldoorlog de architectuur in héél Europa veel minder goed dan die in de Verenigde Staten. De Nederlandse is gewoon ‘teleurstellend’, na de verwachtingen die in de jaren 1920 waren ...


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Posted 01 Jun 2013

Nederlands

Joost Meuwissen, ‘Construire en Belgique’. Traduit par Alain Kinsella, A+ Architecture en Belgique, 242, juin-juillet 2013 (Brussels: CIAUD ASBL Centre d’Information de l’Architecture, de l’Urbanisme et du Design, 2013), 16.

Construire en Belgique.

Joost Meuwissen

En 1963, Albert Bontridder entame son ouvrage L’architecture contemporaine en Belgique par un chapitre consacré aux ‘considérations navrantes’. Nous nous trouvons dans un pays ‘si hostile à l’architecture’. Pour lui, cet état d’esprit doit être lié au pays et non à l’architecture, celle-ci suivant sagement les règles du Style international. Un modernisme impeccable et ...


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Posted 01 Jun 2013

français

Joost Meuwissen, ‘Bouwen in België’, A+ Architectuur in België, 242, juni-juli 2013 (Brussel: Informatiecentrum voor Architectuur, Stedenbouw en Design ICASD VZW, 2013), 20.

Bouwen in België.

Joost Meuwissen

‘Treurige vooropstellingen’, dat is waarmee in 1963 Albert Bontridder zijn boek over Hedendaagse bouwkunst in België opent. We bevinden ons in een land dat de ‘architectuur zo vijandig gezind’ is. Het moet aan het land liggen, niet aan de architectuur, want die laatste volgt braaf elke regel van de Internationale Stijl. Een smetteloos, beetje stijf modernisme trekt voorbij als een ...


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Posted 15 Feb 2013

Joost Meuwissen, ‘Direct Meaning. The Architecture of Thomas Pucher’, Skins, Bones and Empty Spaces. Atelier Thomas Pucher. DD Design Document Series 39, Edited by Mi young Pyo (Seoul: Damdi Publishing Co., 2013), 6-15.

Direct Meaning. The Architecture of Thomas Pucher.

Joost Meuwissen

From the many achievements of Thomas Pucher’s work only a few major contributions to the development of architecture in general will be outlined here: Its answer to the question of style, its parametric use of rigid geometry, its handling of symmetry as a structure of reference, the autonomy of ornament, and partly as a ...


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Marian Plug, Sasla Place Jussieu, Paris, 1966. Oil on canvas, 70 x 90 cm.
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Posted 30 Apr 2012

Nederlands

Joost Meuwissen, ‘Abstract affairs’. Translated from the Dutch by Mark Speer, Marian Plug vijftig jaar olieverf op doek 50 years of oil on canvas. Edited by Joost Meuwissen, with a foreword by Rudi Fuchs, translated from the Dutch by Beverley Jackson, Michael Latcham, Beth O´Brien, and Mark Speer (Heerjansdam: Bergarde Galleries, 2012), 66-72.

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Abstract affairs

Joost Meuwissen


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Posted 25 Apr 2012

Joost Meuwissen, ‘Lekki Peninsula, Lagos, Nigeria’, Lecture delivered at the Lagos Project 1.0. 1 Lekki Corridor and Lekki Free-Trade-Zone Town Planning Workshop at Graz University of Technology on January 16, 2012, and at the Lagos ...


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Brion Basha, Marvi Basha, Patrick Ebner, Joost Meuwissen, Special recognition winning entry to the New Urban Models for Aging competition, 2011. A view of the courtyard at Aspern Lake City, Vienna.
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Posted 31 Oct 2011

New Urban Models for Aging

Joost Meuwissen

If the context, in which an architectural or town planning design is carried out, is conceived of as being flexible – both real, simulated and theoretically abstracted as an organizational diagram – with no established facts, then such a design may become a research. The reason is that a design may always shift between the real, the numerous representations of the real, and the real desires that are present. A specific demand in ...


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Project added 31 Oct 2011
Project type courtyard

Special recognition winning entry to the New Urban Models for Aging competition, held by the AIA American Institute of Architects and its Leading Age research center for homes for the elderly, 2011.

Brion Basha, Marvi Basha, Patrick Ebner, and Joost Meuwissen

The 2011 New Urban Models for Aging competition was held by the AIA American Institute of Architects and its Leading Age research center for homes for the elderly. In order to provide old people with a social ...


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Martin Luce, Joost Meuwissen, Mathieu Wellner, cadavre exquis, 2010, ball pen and felt-tip on paper, 21 x 29,7 cm.
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Project added 29 Nov 2010
Project type koolhaas rem 1990s

Martin Luce, Joost Meuwissen, and Mathieu Wellner, Cadavre exquis - die Gartenstadt von Morgen, drawings on paper, 2010, at the Sehnsucht exhibition at the German Pavilion, People meet in architecture, The 12th International Architecture Exhibition. La Biennale di Venezia, Giardini di Castello, August 29 – November 21, 2010. The participation has been initiated by Wiederhall.org.

 


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Joost Meuwissen, Scheme of the reconstruction of the Berlin Castle, April, 2005, central perspective, with the Pharmacy in the middle, and the Castle on the right.
© Joost Meuwissen, April 2005. Ball pen on paper, 29,7 x 21 cm., detail. Architect´s collection.
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Project added 30 Apr 2005
Project type square

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Scheme of the reconstruction of the Berlin Castle, April, 2005.

Joost Meuwissen

On July 4, 2002, the German Parliament decided that the Berlin Castle (Schloss) was to be rebuilt but it refrained from deciding on rebuilding the adjacent pharmacy as well. After no funds for re-erecting the Castle had been made available, a “Call for Ideas” was launched by the Urban Catalyst platform in cooperation with the ...


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Project added 02 Jul 1999
Project type detached house

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Extension of a house near Eindhoven, 1998-1999.

Matthijs Bouw and Joost Meuwissen

Fifteen years ago the client, who loves France, built a house for his family in the style of a French villa. Over the past decade-and-a-half, he acquired ...


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Read this book.
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Project added 01 Jul 1999
Project type book

Three-dimensional manuscript for the library of the Vedute Foundation, July, 1999

Joost Meuwissen and Matthijs Bouw

“Joost Meuwissen and Matthijs Bouw wanted to make a book with a dangerous content. It invites the reader to read from it, in the imperative, that is. The manuscript is a wordless book. On opening it, the tension of the existential moment is revealed.” (www.vedute.nl, December 21, 2010.)

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Project added 01 Jun 1995
Project type housing

Housing study for Leidsche Rijn near Utrecht, the Netherlands, commissioned by the Leidsche Rijn Project Office and BVR Bakker and Van Rijs Consultants, 1994-1995.

Matthijs Bouw and Joost Meuwissen

Six under a Tennis Court is a proposal for a residential neighbourhood in Leidsche Rijn, a new town west of Utrecht. It is a comment on the traditional Dutch way of making neighbourhoods, with a perspectivist urbanism that places new streets and axes and landmarks on a tabula rasa, using an anal, unconsciously modernist architecture with clever ...


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Project added 08 May 1987
Project type book

Slipcase edition of five combined issues of Wiederhall, May, 1987.

Arlette Brouwers and Joost Meuwissen

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Central Station Square, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Town planning proposal, 1982.
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Project added 30 Apr 1982
Project type ideal city

Town planning proposal for Central Station Square at Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 1982

Joost Meuwissen


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Joost Meuwissen, House with a garage, 1979. Crayon on paper, 23,5 x 16 cm.
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Project added 15 Sep 1979
Project type detached house

Study of a house with a garage, September, 1979.

Joost Meuwissen

A detached house is never alone. It shares its space with minor architectures, such as playgrounds, barns, porches, swimming pools and garages. Adjacent to a detached house, the garage is mostly conceived as being just a wing of the house. It follows the same style as the one of the house. It either protrudes towards the street or is pushed further back into the garden. If it is laid far back towards the rear of ...


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