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Reshaping public space

Laurens Kolks' work focusses on spatial design projects that reform public space. Important points of departure are the Dutch urge for destination planning and the manufacturability of spatial experiences: the landscape as a designed product.

Kolks' work consists primarily of unique, site specific designs and installations with a temporary or permanent character. The scale of the designs ranges from furniture and set designs to complete interiors and buildings.

Kolks teaches spatial design at the AKV|St. Joost - School of Fine Art and Design.

de Terp van Leidschenveen

the Hague, 2009

Service Station

Rheine, 2014

the Weathermen's Country Club

Ambt Delden, 2012

Private Investigations

Budapest, 2011

Plus

Wijchen, 2008

Hermit House

Rotterdam, 2010

Poldertango

Amsterdam, 2008

Gently Responsive

Helsinki, 2007

Resonating Spaces

Amsterdam, 2007

Trespassers

Tilburg, 2009

Abandoned Route / Wasted Space

Schalkhaar, 2006

Phantomgarten

Ahaus, 2005

Waiting Room

Tull en 't Waal, 2002

Wildlife Observation Hut

Rotterdam, 2002

Nomadic Restaurant

Goor, 2006

Furniture for Man and Dog

1999 - 2006

an Aviary for Delden

Delden, 2001

Football Pitch

Rotterdam, 2002

Growing Old Together

2003

the Imploding City

the Hague, 1998


Works

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de Terp van Leidschenveen

the Hague, 2009

the Weathermen's Country Club

Ambt Delden, 2012

Private Investigations

Budapest, 2011

Plus

Wijchen, 2008

Hermit House

Rotterdam, 2010

Poldertango

Amsterdam, 2008

Waiting Room

Tull en 't Waal, 2002

Furniture for Man and Dog

1999 - 2006