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The Netherlands has been a forerunner in agricultural innovation for three-quarters of a century. Food production is starting to take place more and more in containers, garden flat buildings and mega-greenhouses. Totally controlled environments with rows of designed food crops form the future ideal and lead to an architecture in which humans no longer have a place. In this ‘technoside’, driven by drones, robots and laptops, traditional concepts like nature and culture lose their meaning.

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Frank Bruggeman, Overtreders-W, Andres Jacques
Boy Vereecken, Bardhi Haliti