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19.02.2019 18:00

by GAFPA, Maarten Van Den Driessche, Aglaia Konrad, Bert Huyghe, PRIMARY STRUCTURE, APE Publication #128

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Book Launch:
APE Publication #128: G1710

G1710 is a book about the work of architecture office GAFPA over the past 10 years. They conceived the book as a project itself. It is a collaboration with some people GAFPA admires from other disciplines.

The book contains contributions by artists Aglaia Konrad and Bert Huyghe, architecture critic Maarten Van Den Driessche, students of the PRIMARY STRUCTURE (https://primarystructure.net) studio and graphic designer Arthur Haegeman.

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