The first monographic issue dedicated to the work Kersten Geers and
David Van Severen, whose Brussels-based studio was established in 2002.
Since then, OFFICE has thoughtfully produced an iterative body of work
that serves to both document the studio’s knowledge and function as open
systems in the increasingly complex field of 21st-century architecture.
The magazine features 25 projects that range from early spatial
experiments in housing to recent, larger works that carry wider urban
implications. Included are the Arvo Pärt Centre in Estonia and the
Agriculture School in Belgium. An essay by Mark Lee and an interview
with Geers and Van Severen round out the issue.