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Francesca Torzo, Façade, photo by Gion Balthasar von Albertini

Francesca Torzo’s new wing for Z33: the art centre as an analogous city

by Pieter T'Jonck

In less than a year, the new wing of the Z33 art centre in Hasselt, Belgium will be ready. This project by the Italian architect Francesca Torzo proposes a museum space that highlights a few fundamental ideas about the nature and the position of architecture itself. In this essay architecture critic Pieter T'Jonck runs through the particularities of the project. Read more »

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