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Inclusions 2
by Marius Grootveld
Soft cover, perfect binding, 180 × 120mm
42pp, with 34 colour illustrations
Edition of 500

Inclusions 2 presents a collectable, pocket-sized edition of 35 drawings selected from the Drawing Matter Collection by Dutch architect Marius Grootveld of Veldwerk. Inspired by O.M. Ungers’ book Morphologie/City Metaphors (1982), the drawings converse with each other in pairs, and are loosely connected by a thematic suggestion. Reflecting the organising idea of the drawing as a persona, the link between image and artist is made explicit. In this way, some unlikely and some obvious conversations are set up between architects from different times and of different persuasions, which are as important as the dialogue between the drawings.

Including sketches and drawings by Peter Märkli, Superstudio, Paul Robbrecht, Louis Kahn and Le Corbusier, the selection considers contemporary architectural production while also delving deep into the twentieth century and beyond. This small compilation both explores the range of what an architectural drawing can be, and introduces drawings from the Drawing Matter Collection that have not been seen on the website before.

Inclusions 2 is published to coincide with the Open Review Session at Hauser & Wirth Somerset of the Architecture Summer School, and the Architecture Foundation Masterclass 2017 in Oxford. Inclusions is one of the publishing experiments by Drawing Matter in producing small editions generated from its activities.


Architecten De Vylder Vinck Taillieu
Eric Gunnar Asplund
Alexander Brodsky
G van Bruggen
Le Corbusier
Carlos Diniz
Peter Eisenman
Pierre-François-Léonard Fontaine
John Freeman
James Gowan
John Hejduk
Joseph Hoffmann
Louis Kahn
Peter Märkli
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Jean Charles Moreaux
Charles Moore
Hans Poelzig
Jesse Reiser after Aldo Rossi
Paul Robbrecht
Antonio da Sangallo
Otto Schönthal
Mario Sironi
Álvaro Siza
Sergison Bates
Nicholas B Vassilieuve
Michael Webb

Published by Drawing Matter, Somerset (2017).