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Architecture in the Netherlands yearbook 2021/2022 | 9789462086784 | nai010

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Architecture in the Netherlands 2021 / 2022

yearbook

Author:Teun van den Ende, Uri Gilad, Arna Mačkić (eds.)

Publisher:nai010

ISBN: 978-94-6208-678-4

  • Paperback
  • Dutch, English
  • 160 Pages
  • May 24, 2022

For 35 years Architecture in the Netherlands has provided an indispensable overview of Dutch architecture for everyone with a professional or more general interest in the subject.

Time to talk!

Architecture in the Netherlands has been surveying the state of architecture in our country every year for 35 years now. In addition to presenting a qualified selection of the most remarkable and leading buildings in the Netherlands, the editorial team, consisting of Teun van den Ende, Uri Gilad and Arna Mačkić, identifies trends, themes and developments in architecture

For this 35th edition of the yearbook, the editors note that a change of course is emerging in architectural practice, and decided to discuss this with architects, clients and critics, hence the theme of this edition: Time to talk! They asked them to shed their light on the most striking topics that emerged from an analysis of the many submitted projects. They discussed, for instance, the autonomy of the designer, which has come under pressure from the current emphasis on financial feasibility, or the need to meet social and environmental challenges.

Can the architect, whose influence is limited, still make a difference? A small number of exceptional projects, the editors note, prove that it is possible. What turns out to be necessary is exceptional craftsmanship, expertise, or simply persistence and persuasiveness, but not only that. Tackling today's complex issues, such as climate change and the housing crisis, requires a multitude of insights that go beyond those of architects, clients and builders alone. The architect must use the power of design to accommodate this multitude of insights and to convert this into strong buildings: spatial solutions that make the difference.

Projects by:

HP Architecten
Zecc Architecten
Happel Cornelisse Verhoeven
KAAN Architecten
Studio Nauta & De Zwarte Hond
Olaf Gipser Architects
Moke Architecten
Unknown Architects
Studio Libeskind with Rijnboutt
BureauVanEig
Kossmanndejong & Loerakker Olsson Architecten
Studio L A
Inbo
WDJArchitecten
Benthem Crouwel Architects
Ronald Janssen Architecten
Korth Tielens Architecten
LEVS architecten
HILBERINKBOSCH architecten
VMX Architects
Atelier Pro architecten with Hoogevest Architecten
architecten|en|en & diederendirrix
Wiel Arets Architects
MVRDV
BiermanHenket
NOAHH with JCAU & NL Architects

For 35 years Architecture in the Netherlands has provided an indispensable overview of Dutch architecture for everyone with a professional or more general interest in the subject.

Time to talk!

Architecture in the Netherlands has been surveying the state of architecture in our country every year for 35 years now. In addition to presenting a qualified selection of the most remarkable and leading buildings in the Netherlands, the editorial team, consisting of Teun van den Ende, Uri Gilad and Arna Mačkić, identifies trends, themes and developments in architecture

For this 35th edition of the yearbook, the editors note that a change of course is emerging in architectural practice, and decided to discuss this with architects, clients and critics, hence the theme of this edition: Time to talk! They asked them to shed their light on the most striking topics that emerged from an analysis of the many submitted projects. They discussed, for instance, the autonomy of the designer, which has come under pressure from the current emphasis on financial feasibility, or the need to meet social and environmental challenges.

Can the architect, whose influence is limited, still make a difference? A small number of exceptional projects, the editors note, prove that it is possible. What turns out to be necessary is exceptional craftsmanship, expertise, or simply persistence and persuasiveness, but not only that. Tackling today's complex issues, such as climate change and the housing crisis, requires a multitude of insights that go beyond those of architects, clients and builders alone. The architect must use the power of design to accommodate this multitude of insights and to convert this into strong buildings: spatial solutions that make the difference.

Projects by:

HP Architecten
Zecc Architecten
Happel Cornelisse Verhoeven
KAAN Architecten
Studio Nauta & De Zwarte Hond
Olaf Gipser Architects
Moke Architecten
Unknown Architects
Studio Libeskind with Rijnboutt
BureauVanEig
Kossmanndejong & Loerakker Olsson Architecten
Studio L A
Inbo
WDJArchitecten
Benthem Crouwel Architects
Ronald Janssen Architecten
Korth Tielens Architecten
LEVS architecten
HILBERINKBOSCH architecten
VMX Architects
Atelier Pro architecten with Hoogevest Architecten
architecten|en|en & diederendirrix
Wiel Arets Architects
MVRDV
BiermanHenket
NOAHH with JCAU & NL Architects

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