Twentieth-century architecture in the Netherlands - H. van Dijk

KORTE INHOUD

Twentieth-Century Architecture in the Netherlands presents in words and over 500 illustrations an easy-to-read and compact overview of Dutch architecture of the past hundred years. Within its pages Hans van Dijk charts the development of Dutch society and sheds light on Dutch design traditions. Taking the oeuvre of Berlage as its stepping-off point, the book showcases the principal works of the Amsterdam School by the likes of De Klerk and Kramer, the social housing of Oud and Van Tijen, De Stijl and the Rietveld-Schr der house, the 'Nieuwe Bouwen' or Dutch Modern Movement of Duiker's Open Air School and Zonnestraal aftercare colony, the Van Nelle Factory of Brinkman & Van der Vlugt, Dudok's immense Hilversum catalogue, the monumental post-war reconstruction works of Maaskant and Bakema, Van Eyck's Orphanage, Hertzberger's Centraal Beheer office building, Quist's water purification plant, Mecanoo's housing projects and the latest achievements of Koolhaas, Arets, Van Berkel and MVRDV.

Lees verder...
1999Taal: Engelszie alle details...

Details

1999Uitgever: Uitgeverij 010192 paginasTaal: EngelsISBN-10: 9064503478ISBN-13: 9789064503474
Voeg toe aan wenslijstje