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Grachtentuinen in Amsterdam

Grachtentuinen in Amsterdam

Auteur:Renate Dorresteijn, Koen Kleijn, John Rudge

Uitgever:Architectura & Natura

ISBN: 978-76863-33-4

  • Hardcover
  • Nederlands, Engels
  • 224 pagina's
  • 24 jun. 2013

A green and silent world lies concealed behind the stately Amsterdam canal facades. When the central canal belt was planned in the seventeenth century, there were strict regulations, called statutes, that prohibited people from building on and dividing the gardens. Following a period of negligence, there has been a considerable revival of interest in the canal house gardens these past years.

In 'Amsterdam Gardens Canal District' photographer Harold Strak captured the canal house gardens in photographs for an entire year, during all seasons. The essay written by art historian Koen Kleijn and author Renate Dorrestein.

A green and silent world lies concealed behind the stately Amsterdam canal facades. When the central canal belt was planned in the seventeenth century, there were strict regulations, called statutes, that prohibited people from building on and dividing the gardens. Following a period of negligence, there has been a considerable revival of interest in the canal house gardens these past years.

In 'Amsterdam Gardens Canal District' photographer Harold Strak captured the canal house gardens in photographs for an entire year, during all seasons. The essay written by art historian Koen Kleijn and author Renate Dorrestein.

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