M+R interior architecture
Ten years of designing public spaces has not only resulted in a wide range of projects, it has also shaped and refined the vision of M+R on their profession. M+R further investigates the dilemmas and conclusions of this first decade in their self-written essay. They see the interior architect as the director of a complicated design process, where the user (the visitor or the resident) is central. How that works in practice is discussed in publications and interviews with various journalists and clients. The many attractive photos and plans give a good impression of the results. According to M+R, the interior architect must constantly maintain a dynamic balance between personal and public aspects. This area of tension is recorded in the title of the book, Portrait + Landscape. The two concepts are the guideline for designing this book.
Ten Years of designing public spaces has not only resulted in a wide range of projects, it has also shaped and refined the vision of M+R on their profession.