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109 provisional attempts to address six simple and hard questions about what architects do today and where their profession might go tomorrow

Author: Jennifer Sigler; W M J Arets; Berlage Instituut.
Publisher: Amsterdam : Episode Pub., ©2003.
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Genre/Form: Pictorial works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jennifer Sigler; W M J Arets; Berlage Instituut.
ISBN: 9080536261 9789080536265
OCLC Number: 62122143
Notes: "Hunch : the Berlage Institute report, no. 6/7, summer 2003."
Description: 539 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm
Other Titles: One hundred and nine provisional attempts to address six simple and hard questions about what architects do today and where their profession might go tomorrow
One hundred nine provisional attempts to address six simple and hard questions about what architects do today and where their profession might go tomorrow
Hunch.
Responsibility: [editor, Jennifer Sigler ; concept, Wiel Arets [and others].

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