Bend, Blur, Color, Pour: Glass and Identity in Architecture

W.-J. Neutelings
In contemporary architecture, glass often takes the pretentious role of something that is absent, a fully transparent, non-existent material where one can look right trough. However, a mute material that says "I'm not there" refuses to establish a relationship with the people that live in the building. This might be one of the reasons people often feel alienated in contemporary buildings. Neutelings Riedijk Architects follow a radical opposite path. In their projects they bend, blur...
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