A large-scale monograph on Belgian architect and designer Vincent van Duysen first twenty years' worth of work, 1989 to 2009.
For over two decades, Belgian architect Vincent van Duysen has created a body of work that is at once sublime and rich, minimal yet tactile. The projects featured include his domestic architecture, office and commercial spaces, as well as furniture and decorative objects for such leading international manufacturers as B&B Italia, Poliform and Swarovski. Over thirty projects are presented in detail, each with a project profile, many accompanied by specially commissioned photographs taken by Alberto Piovano, along with a complete project chronology.Van Duysen's architecture is for connoisseurs, and this comprehensive publication reveals to the full why he has become such a celebrated figure in international architecture and design.
Ilse Crawford is the founding editor of Elle Decoration magazine, and is a leading interior design consultant. Marc Dubois is a Belgian architecture critic and the author of several monographs on contemporary architects.