Big Pieces of Time / druk 1
010 Publishers, 2010 - Architectural design - 278 pages
Observatorium Nieuw-Terbregge is an art piece built in the noise barrier along a Dutch highway in Rotterdam designed by the artists' group Observatorium (or Observatory), including Geert van de Camp, Andre Dekker and Ruud Reutelingsprerger.--[Source inconnue].
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