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Architecture in the Netherlands. Yearbook 2011/2012 | Samir Bantal, JaapJan Berg, Kees van der Hoeven, Anne Luijten, Bernard Colenbrander | 9789056628499

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Architecture in the Netherlands 2011/12

Yearbook

Author:Samir Bantal, JaapJan Berg, Kees van der Hoeven, Anne Luijten, Bernard Colenbrander

Publisher:NAi Uitgevers

ISBN: 978-90-5662-849-9

  • Paperback
  • Dutch, English
  • 272 Pages
  • Apr 20, 2012

The yearbook Architecture in The Netherlands turned 25 this year, and that’s cause for something extra. Naturally the editors present, as usual, the 30 most remarkable projects completed in the past year. In addition, this edition offers a selection of the milestones of Dutch architecture production over the last 25 years.

For a quarter century now Architecture in the Netherlands has been an indispensable retrospective publication for anyone interested or professionally involved in Dutch architecture. The editors point out and describe the most significant developments and trends that influence the production and design of architecture in the Netherlands. Naturally this edition also includes an overview of the most important prizes, competitions, exhibitions and publications of the past year.

This 25th edition also looks back, with a selection of milestone designs. These iconic structures were selected by the editors involved with the yearbook over the last 25 years. Using various essays, the book provides insight into the architecture production and the debate carried out in the Netherlands over the past quarter century.

The yearbook Architecture in The Netherlands turned 25 this year, and that’s cause for something extra. Naturally the editors present, as usual, the 30 most remarkable projects completed in the past year. In addition, this edition offers a selection of the milestones of Dutch architecture production over the last 25 years.

For a quarter century now Architecture in the Netherlands has been an indispensable retrospective publication for anyone interested or professionally involved in Dutch architecture. The editors point out and describe the most significant developments and trends that influence the production and design of architecture in the Netherlands. Naturally this edition also includes an overview of the most important prizes, competitions, exhibitions and publications of the past year.

This 25th edition also looks back, with a selection of milestone designs. These iconic structures were selected by the editors involved with the yearbook over the last 25 years. Using various essays, the book provides insight into the architecture production and the debate carried out in the Netherlands over the past quarter century.


Featuring the following projects:


25 years of Architecture in The Netherlands

- Wim Quist, Randstad head office
- OMA, Kunsthal
- Hans Kollhoff / Christian Rapp, Piraeus apartments block
- UNStudio, Möbius House
- awg, Mariaplaats
- Onix, Multi-functional barn
- Wiel Arets, Utrecht University Library
- atelier PRO, Ludgerhof
- Solvir, Eco house
- Claus en Kaan, Brabantse Delta Water Board headquarters

Architecture in The Netherlands 2011/2012

- 3XN / ABT, Nieuwegein Town Hall
- AFARAI & PEÑA, Mini Mall
- Bolles+Wilson / Döll, Raakspoort council offices
- Claus en Kaan, NIOO-KNAW
- DHV, Renovation DHV head office
- Dok, Renovation Maritime Museum
- Ector Hoogstad, Office IMd Raadgevende Ingenieurs
- Erick van Egeraat, Extension Drents Museum
- Fact, House, IJburg
- Tony Fretton, Solid 11
- Dick van Gameren, Villa 4.0
- GROUP A, BP Refinery office
- Hans van Heeswijk, house, Rieteiland
- Moriko Kira, IJburg, Block 65b + Achter de Reitdijk housing
- Kraaijvanger, Rabobank administration centre
- NL Architects, Nieuw Welgelegen gymnastics hall
- Nunc, Bike Warehouse
- OIII, Bos Water Weide residential environment
- Onix, Poplar garden house
- pasel.künzel, V12K0102 patio dwelling
- Quist Wintermans, Europol headquarters
- Rapp+Rapp, De Kroon
- Marlies Rohmer, Water dwellings
- Soeters Van Eldonk, Provincial Office of Friesland + Zaanstad Town Hall
- Sputnik, Achterhaven housing
- Koen van Velsen, Paleis Het Loo entrance building
- VMX, General Aviation Terminal Schiphol
- Zecc, Energy-neutral heritage building

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