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Johan Neerman

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Johan Neerman (born May 24, 1959, in Kortrijk, Belgium) is a Belgium architect[1], designer[2], inventor and system thinker[3]. After completing architectural studies[4], Neerman entered Wharton School of University of Pennsylvania. Johan Neerman set up a career as designer of transport systems and inventor. He holds several patents in the field of transportation design[5]

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  1. Febvre, Jacqueline; Isabelle Monier (September 2001). I.D.P.O.-Neerman Consulting. Paris: A.P.C.I. pp. 104-105. ISBN 2 86227 256 6.
  2. Sap, Hubert (October 1998). "Johan Neerman". Interieur 98 402: 64.
  3. De Smedt, Klara (April 1999). "3 vasies op tentoonstellingsdesign". Kwintessens 56, p. 15.
  4. Osteaux, Francoise (2003). "The global method". Arte news 121: 113.
  5. Janssen, Karel (May 1996). "De stad hertekend". Trends 146: 60.

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