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Book
Date01.11.2021

Initiation

CENTRAL office for architecture and urbanism, Maxime Delvaux, UR bureau d'architecture et d'urbanisme

Editing

Sophie Dars, Roxane Le Grelle

Photography

Maxime Delvaux

Graphic design

Studio Manuel Reader

Publishing

Accattone, Architecture Curating Practice

Support

Flemisch Government

More info

During the pandemic, 44 people were invited to take part in a ‘serious game’: each participant selected the image of a personal object of fascination, out of which a shape was extracted, redrawn, scaled and sent to a CNC machine to be cut out of a 5 mm thick aluminium sheet and become a low table. Each table is here presented through the original image that generated it, the selected contour, a text by its author and photographs of the prototype taken by Maxime Delvaux and printed in silver.

Objects of Fascination explores digital technology and craftsmanship through found forms. It can be seen as a collection of personal worldviews by an emerging generation of architects, as much as an attempt to give a physical form to the multiplicity of our collective cultural background.

With the participation of 2001, Accattone, Asli Çiçek, B-ILD with Dirk Jaspaert & Vincent de Rijk, BAST, Bétillon Freyermuth architects, Cédric Libert, CENTRAL office for architecture and urbanism, Concorde, Didon, Dieter Leyssen, Elmēs, fala atelier, FELT Architecture & Design, Francelle Cane, Giusto Van Campenhout, Guma, Ištvan Išt Huzjan & Tina Javornik, Jean-Benoît Vétillard architecture, Jeanne & Jean-Didier Bergilez, Krutejavas Studio for Architecture, l’AUC, Laetitia Gendre & Iwan Strauven, Lucrèce, Martial Coudamy, Maxime Delvaux, Maximiliaan Royakkers, MBL architectes, Nicolas Dorval-Bory Architectes, NP2F architectes, Olivier Campagne (ArtefactoryLab), Peaks, Piovenefabi, Plan Común and Claire Léger, Plant en Houtgoed, Studio NOCC, UR bureau d’architecture et d’urbanisme, Vidic Grohar Arhitekti