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          Models. The Idea, the Representation and the Visionary

        Abstract
        In the editorial, the editors of this OASE address the specific qualities of the model, separate from the often empirical way it is used in the professional domain of architecture. They emphasize that the objective of this OASE is in fact to examine the dividing line between architecture and art, as well as the role the model plays as an autonomous object in both domains. The focus is on the model, based on the question of what exactly the model object can be and can signify when something other than its representative character is emphasized. The editorial places the various contributions in the issue against the background of this question.
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        Holtrop, A., Princen, B., Teerds, H., Floris, J., & de Koning, K. (2011). Editorial. Models. The Idea, the Representation and the Visionary. Models. The Idea, the Representation and the Visionary, OASE, (84), 20–23. Retrieved from https://oasejournal.nl/en/Issues/84/Editorial

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