The urban landscape of Flanders gives a cluttered and formal overall impression. It has been formed by a process of historical accumulalion and seems to be in constant movemenl. In spite of the general unwieldy impression, latent struclures and fragile . patterns can be discerned within the historical constellation of fragments. Various layers, each wilh a different temporal horizon, interact in complex and changing ways. The active interrogation of this complex environment brings the opportunities for intervention and design to the fore.
|Number of pages||6|
|Journal||Architecture and Urbanism|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|