Pascale Seurin: method in creativity
French architecture has been injected with fresh life by Pascale Seurin's work. His large public complexes and certain infrastructures like the mobile bridge in Dunkirk show this young designer's ability to tackle the toughest issues of contemporary architecture. She lives in Paris.
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Introduction by Filippo Beltrami Gadola
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