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        • The Making Of

        Abstract
        The contemporary interior is expected to be perfect both in execution and ‘style’. The work of advvt resists this expectation, which is often introduced by the clients. Aura Luz Melis discusses the methods of the practice by looking at the interiors of advvt from the perspective of her different experiences: as a collaborating colleague, as a client and as an educator in interior architecture studies. In advvt’s projects, the way in which structure and interior merge creates resistance against the generic architectural space. In domestic as well as public interiors, advvt does not compromise the importance of process, construction and abstraction. This even gives the practice
        the freedom to integrate both mistakes made in the past and the unforeseeable future of architecture in their projects.
          Citation
          Luz Melis, A. (2018). The Making Of. Microcosm . Searching for the City in Its Interiors, OASE, (101), 130–. Retrieved from https://www.oasejournal.nl/en/Issues/101/Maakwerk
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