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Mieke Meijer : Objet élevé

Mieke Meijer : Objet élevé | Flodeau.comObjet élevé is an installation in three parts that functions as a connection between two floors while also offering space to work, collect and store. Commissioned by Just Haastnoot, the project has been designed by Dutch Studio Mieke Meijer for their residence in Wassenaar.

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Photos © Mieke Meijer

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