Ten Houses: Christian De Groote

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Rockport, 1999 - Architecture - 141 pages
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The residential work of Christian de Groote is characterized by the fact that each building was conceived for a specific client, and therefore highly personalized. In what he calls "the house as a portrait of a family", De Groote acts as the translator of the interests, habits, and longings of the family into a structure. With over one hundred and Fifty residences built, the unparalleled work of Christian De Groote and his firm is examined and displayed in this monograph.

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Oscar Riera Ojeda is an editor and designer. He is the creator of many architectural books including the Single Building series, Ten Houses series, Contemporary World Architects series, and Architecture in Detail.

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