DASH, acronym of Delft Architectural Studies on Housing is a collection of magazines dedicated to residential design. The house design of the future is the focus of this magazine for designers and architects specializing in residential design. Inside, retracing the trends and styles of the past and present, the lines of what will come in this sector are drawn, with a careful and precise examination of projects, studies and new possibilities in the creation of increasingly avant-garde residential accommodation.
DASH is an editorial product that comes out once a year created by professors and experts from the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment of the Delft University of Technology, in the Netherlands. The goal of TU Delft is to create a worldwide reference magazine in residential housing in terms of its ability to disseminate new ideas and styles around the world.
In-depth original articles, interviews and sketches make up this academic journal
Issue 15 - Home Work City
Edition n ° 15 is dedicated to the relationship between man and work understood as a workspace. In the world that has stopped using the tag and freelancers in general, the home is increasingly becoming a workplace. This issue of DASH studies the impact of work in urban home culture.
Contributors to this issue: Javier Arpa, Tom Avermaete, Dirk Baalman, Steve Baer, Daniel A. Barber, Like Bijlsma, Irene Cieraad, Charles Correa, Lucy Creagh, Rika Devos, Machiel van Dorst, Monique Eleb, Carmen Espegel, Fredie Flore , Eric Frijters, Joosje van Geest, Bart Goldhoorn, Helen Gyger, Elain Harwood, Klaske Havik, Julia Hegenwald, Dorine van Hoogstraten, Nynke Jutten, Vincent Kompier, Peter Lang, Willemijn Lofvers, Paul Meurs, Nelson Mich Mota, Ivan Nio, , Kim de Raedt, Annet Ritsema, Louise Schouwenberg, Lara Schrijver, Seyed Mohamad Ali Sedeghi, Eva Storgaard, Brook Teklehaimanot, Karin Theunissen, Rohan Varma, Jacques Vink, Wolfgang Voigt, Piet Vollaard, Noud de Vreeze, Cor Wagenaar, Sandra Wagner- Conzelmann, Willemijn Wilms Floet, Christopher Woodward
Language: English with Dutch translation