This book was complex to produce. It’s about an architectural proposition concerning the Halles de Schaerbeek, a former market place built in 1901 in Brussels. I had to deal with drawings about the different (and possible) future arrangements of the place. The publisher wanted to print all the plans of the current building plus the new planning. All the plans were printed with a blue PMS on offset paper, and the new arrangements were printed on a transparent, synthetic and touchy paper called Yupo, far better (for printing) than tracing paper. The binder was able to deal with register so that the superposition between the offset paper and the synthetic paper is just perfect – not an easy task.