2007, NAi Publishers
The Dutch interior and landscape designer Petra Blaisse is an outstanding creator who insists on new and more ambitious roles for landscape and interior architecture. Blaisse’s work challenges architecture’s rigidity and severity by developing more mutable and fluid solutions, both inside and outside. This is how Blaisse turns what is often treated as an afterthought into an almost overpowering experience.
The full range of her work is introduced to the public in Inside Outside . It contains documentation of several important projects, a conversation between the editor Kayoko Ota and Petra Blaisse, and essays by several renowned authors.
Hardcover: 504 pages
6.6 x 1.6 x 9.5 inches
Dutch designer Petra Blaisse founded her firm, Inside Outside, in Amsterdam in 1991. She first gained international acclaim for her innovative exhibition installations in the 1980s and 1990s. In 2000 Blaisse had her first solo exhibition at Storefront for Art and Architecture entitled, Movement: Introduction to a Working Process. Recent works include the Seattle Central Library, the Hackney Empire Theater in London, and the winning design for the Giardini di Porta Nuova competition in Milan.
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