MODI OPERANDI #04
This publication was initiated and developed by the Border Conditions & Territories research group and financially supported by the Faculty of Architecture (Delft University of Technology) and the Border Conditions Foundation.
Critical Zone Sensor
LAYOUT & DESIGN
Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology
IMAGE, PHOTO AND MAP CREDITS
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Special thanks and sincere gratitude to: -Frank van der Hoeven for moral, financial and organizational support. -all involved scholars and dedicated teachers in the Borders & Territories graduate program and the Borders & Territories research program. -Menno Brouwer offers special thanks to :
-Marc Schoonderbeek, Stefano Milani and Pierre Jennen for their excellent guidance while inspiring me to push beyond the status quo and fascinate me with their knowledge.
-His family for their continuous and loving support.
-Angelina Nikolayeva for her devoted encouragement while keeping up with me discussing abstract theories and speculative ideas.
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