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Francine Houben, co-founder of the Delft-based Mecanoo Architects, will be talking at the Royal Academy on Monday 10 February about the practice's recent work.Her talk will explore the use of landscape in architecture with special reference to the library and masterplan for the Technical University of Delft.She will also describe the practice's approach to other projects, such as the Dutch Open-Air Museum in Arnhem and the Chapel in Rotterdam.For more information call 020 7300 5839.

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