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About the evolution of our cities — Atelier, Belgium

Bidonvilles — yellow

Bidonvilles expand further on the study of livability in today's context. Different skyscrapers and dwellings embody diverse forms and shapes but they are still inherent to the same architectural context. Bidonvilles are archetypical houses as a parody on the way people live now. Cities are developing with inexhaustible fervor. Without thought or a vision of sustainability, houses are rapidly built one next to another; the functionality of the buildings, streets, and parks in total in the urban settings are not fully considered. Bidonvilles tranquilize or accelerate this process intentionally and provoke open communication in a society of human interaction.

Wildflower Fields

Linen paintings

Part of the evolution: Linen I, II, III. Oil paint on brown canvas, solid oak frame For a...

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Public Art Installation

Scarlet

For the creation of Scarlet, Quinze was inspired by the Scarlet Oak. This bright red colored tree...

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Lupine sculptures residing in the garden

Coulter — A Chroma Lupine

Another member of the Chroma Lupines, named after the 'Coulters Lupine' or Lupinus Sparsiflorus,...

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