Exchange project

Author: // 05-Oct-2011 12:38

An exchange between Chinese and Dutch students from eight universities across the disciplines lead to Next – a book that was released during Beijing Design Week by FRAME China.

Sander Wassink from the Design Academy Eindhoven juxtaposed bottom-up living versus top-down living.  He collected images of buildings that had been reinvented by people for their own personal needs.  “It might look dangerous, but it looks human,” Wassink says when comparing small communal houses with sheets as doors and limited privacy to the massive and anonymous government buildings.

Read the whole article on

images from Sander Wassink

  • Exchange project
Categories: Official News, Images
Share to Facebook Share to Twitter More...


Twitter #DAEnews