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Piet Blom (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈpid ˈblɔm]; February 8, 1934, Amsterdam – June 8, 1999, Denmark) was a Dutch architect best known for his 'Kubuswoningen' (Cube houses) built in Helmond in the mid-1970s and in Rotterdam in the early 1980s. He studied at the Amsterdam Academy of Building-Arts as a student of Aldo van Eyck.
Piet was selected as the Dutch Prix de Rome recipient in 1962.
There is a Museum dedicated to Piet Blom's works that opened in May, 2013 in Hengelo, The Netherlands 
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- In isolation, Piet is pronounced [pit].