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In the City lies the path to a sustainable future. Looking beyond buildings an inclusive perspective is needed. By intensifying urban nature and social interaction we create thriving places for people.

The cultural heart and connector of a former industrial area

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Historical shipyard redevelopment echoing the industrial past

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Iconic shaped brick building with luscious inner garden

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Inviting visual beacon embedded in a unique dune landscape

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Het Cornelium | Amsterdam

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Oostenburg | Amsterdam

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Schonenvaert | Haarlem

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SILT | Middelkerke Belgium

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OZ AND THE CITY

This bookazine from OZ is a response to the increasing dominance of economic motives in the built environment. Architecture is increasingly becoming a marketing tool and images – especially digital media – are only used to seduce. With this bookazine we want to place our designs in an architectural discourse: we are making an attempt to interpret the development of architecture again from the perspective of spatial experience.

OZ operates in the city from a down-to-earth attitude. Not politico-economic but culturally driven we search for a social relevance that embraces the complexity of life and enriches the environment.

This bookazine presents five perspectives on the city while also highlighting the references, working methods and architectural choices of OZ.