OASE is an independent, international, bilingual (Dutch / English) journal featuring architecture, urban design and landscape design.
What distinguishes OASE from related publications is the depth and scope of reflection directed at the topic in question. Each issue is devoted to a contemporary theme, thus providing a significant contribution to the international debate on the aforementioned fields of study. In a diversity of essays and background articles, a select group of nationally and internationally recognised authors from the world of architecture and urban design focus on research and theorisation within their chosen disciplines. Guaranteeing the scholarly and scientific validity of the journal, moreover, is the active participation of architecture faculties at major universities in Delft, Louvain and Ghent.
The journal in which a reflective and critical position on architecture, urban design and landscape architecture occupies centre stage. Since october 2003 OASE is published every four months by NAi Publishers by order of the OASE foundation. With support from the Netherlands Architecture Fund (Rotterdam), Prince Bernhard Cultural Foundation (Amsterdam), Stichting Geertruida Gerharda Bolhuis (Groningen), Delft University of Technology, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and the Ghent University.