hristophe Van Gerrewey (b.1982) studied architecture at Ghent University and literary science at KU Leuven. His PhD, ‘Architecture: a User’s Manual. Theory, Critique and History since 1950 according to Geert Bekaert’ was published in 2015. He is a member of the editorial board of OASE, a Dutch journal on architecture, and DWB, one of the oldest literary journals in Flanders, and has also published essays in other journals and newspapers. Since Septembre 2015, he is professor of architecture theory at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland [Source: www.euprizeliterature.eu]. For Constant 101 he is one of the authors of the Constant special edition of De Gids out December 2021.