JON LOTT | 2021
The Bruges Diptych pavilion, close to the former home of the Flemish primitive Jan van Eyck, serves as the point of departure for the public programme of Triennial Bruges 2021. The architectural diptych arose from Lott's fascination with doppelgängers, both in people and in architecture. The building was created by duplicating an existing rear facade by adding a copy of the original facade. With this construction, the architect plays with the tension between interior and exterior, with what is visible to the naked eye and what takes place behind the city's facades. Special thanks to Corona Brugge for letting us use their building as a part of the pavilion.
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LAURA SPLAN | 2021
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Studio Mumbai | 2015
BRIDGE BY THE CANAL The bridge beside the water is located on a quay across from a medieval firebreak. It is a non-place, a spot that has lost its function in t...