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Plug In Editions, 2002 - Architecture - 91 pages
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"One of the zaniest artist/architects to come out of Holland in decades, John Kormeling clearly believes in laughing at lifes' absurdities and not wasting time being too self-important. The projects in this comprehensive book include a stripped-down square car, dog suits for cars and a public park with fake clouds and artificial sunlight - not such a bad idea in gloomy northern Europe. The real treat is Kormeling's travel diary, with photos and personal notes on both successful and unsuccessful modernist architectural sites and urban landscapes around the world. A long awaited reprint of the original edition."

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Contents

Section 1
30
Section 2
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Section 3
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