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AW17 – This is a tribute to Lina Bo Bardi (1914-1992), the Italian-Brazilian architect who gave 20th century architecture a feminine touch in a male dominated world. She was an inspiration for famous architects like Aldo van Eyck, and showed there’s still a child living in every one of us. Lina used her unique talent to answer social and cultural problems. From buildings to jewelry design, her heritage is radical and playful – and most relevant.

House 1

Inspired by liberal theories of mid-century architects like Lina Bo Bardi and Aldo van Eyck, Namelok designed House 1 as a perfect base for a young and modern family.

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Juffrouw van Zanten

It’s all about the details in this interior design for a stylish and child-friendly all day café in Rotterdam.

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Another Reality

After Lina Bo Bardi: a collaborative exhibition in STROOM arts center in The Hague.

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