Honesty inverted

Honesty inverted

The first portrait of the architecture office PLOT in a Danish architecture magazine.


‘While we continue to act as though Arne Jacobsen was the one who discovered white modernism, the SAS building and the tenuous chairs – we can safely ascertain that Danish architecture can be quite good, also when it finds its inspiration abroad. The old school has been much too clever in referring to itself, and PLOT thus represents a long-awaited breakthrough in Denmark for European pragmatism, which to a certain degree continues classical modernism’s formal form idiom, yet still breaks with the platitude by constantly reinterpreting rationality.’


Read and download the Boris Brorman Jensen’s portrait of PLOT in Arkitektur DK here.


01/10 2003


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