pieterjan gijs & arnout van vaerenbergh

“Reading Between the Lines” {Looz, Limburg, Belgium, 2011} This is the breathtaking work of Belgian architects, Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh. Their collaborative projects beautifully blur the line between architecture and art, “their primary concerns are experiment, reflection, a physical involvement with the end result and the input of the viewer.” I could definitely do a little reflecting in this amazing space.

{via This Is Paper}

comments (2)

  1. Juanita /// 03.07.2019 /// 8:53am

    I just had to see more of this architecture! I found 3 short videos on YouTube. this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5J2JoK9dA4 has aerial shots via drone. Thee’s another one with the Belgian architects speaking in Flemish— but that one has the BEST view of a church steeple in the distance framed inside the Reading between the Lines work. So special!

  2. Amy Schmidt /// 03.10.2019 /// 3:39pm

    Fascinating, from all angles and distances!