1. François Claessens

        Bio
        François Claessens graduated in architecture at Delft University of Technology and in philosophy at the University of Amsterdam. He has worked for various architecture offices in the Netherlands. In 2005 he finished his doctoral research on the architectural discourse on the city in Germany around 1900. He is now an associate professor of architectural design at Delft University of Technology. In 2007 Claessens was affiliated as a research fellow with the German Institute for Art History in Paris.
        [last updated in 2008]

      2. issues 1–89 are available for download

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          • François Claessens
           

          issues 1–89 are available for download

            •  
            • François Claessens
             

            issues 1–89 are available for download

              •  
              • François Claessens
               

              issues 1–89 are available for download

                •  
                • François Claessens
                 

                issues 1–89 are available for download

                 

                issues 1–89 are available for download

                •  
                • François Claessens
                 

                issues 1–44 appeared in Dutch only


                issues 1–89 are available for download

                 

                issues 1–44 appeared in Dutch only


                issues 1–89 are available for download

                 
            1. 29/04/2014
              Unique Presentation of OASE 91 in Amsterdam

              A conversation about atmosphere in architecture with Peter Zumthor, Juhani Pallasmaa and Gernot Böhme

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            2. 10/03/2014
              Now available: OASE 92. Codes and Continuities

              This issue of OASE magazine sheds light on a set of modernist architectural approaches that have languished in the shadow of their canonical counterparts.

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            3. 16/01/2014
              OASE 91 on the web

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            4. 17/12/2013
              Now available: OASE 91. Building Atmosphere

              This issue of OASE is all about Atmosphere as the core theme of architecture and is guest edited by renowned Swiss architect Peter Zumthor and Finnish architect Juhani Pallasmaa. They have identified atmosphere as the core theme of architecture, each in his own way.

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            5. 17/12/2013
              Leeuwendalersweg 623–667, 3 Scenes

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            6. 02/08/2013
              OASE at CCA, Montreal

              OASE editor Véronique Patteeuw in conversation with Pierre Chabart (Criticat) on architectural publishing on August 8th

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            7. 19/06/2013
              OASE 90 in Abitare 533

              “Abitare” and the OASE editors talk about OASE 90

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            8. 27/06/2013
              Presentation OASE 90. What is good architecture?

              OASE 90 will be presented on June 27th in the framework of the exhibition “Bob Van Reeth : Architect”, BOZAR, Brussels

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            9. 29/05/2013
              Now available: OASE 90. What Is Good Architecture?

              This issue of OASE investigates the assumptions behind existing value models by having the question ‘what is good architecture?’ answered by people whose ‘preoccupation’ is architecture.

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            10. 25/04/2013
              Presentation: OASE 89. Medium
              1. Edmond Sacré, Bagattenstraat, 1908

              OASE 89 wil be presented on April 25 in the Stadsmuseum Gent (STAM).

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