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Landscape Architecture and Urban Design in The Netherlands Yearbook 2014 | Rob van der Bijl, Mark Hendriks, Anne Seghers | 9789075271836

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Landscape Architecture and Urban Design in The Netherlands Yearbook 2014

Author:Rob van der Bijl, Mark Hendriks, Anne Seghers

Publisher:blauwdruk

ISBN: 978-90-7527-183-6

  • Paperback
  • Dutch, English
  • 176 Pages
  • Dec 13, 2014

The 25 projects in this 2014 edition of 'Landscape Architecture and Urban Design in The Netherlands Yearbook' illustrate the current state of Dutch landscape architecture and urban design.

It is not a favourable time for either profession, yet Dutch designers are still forging new paths and making their mark on developments in the Netheralnds, and increasingly abroad. The book 'Landscape Architecture and Urban Design in The Netherlands Yearbook 2014' contains a selection of temporary projects, investigative studies, as well as attractive and appealing places in town and country. Special attention is given to new station developments, ten years of the Room for the River programme and the international outlook of architect Winy Maas.

The 25 projects in this 2014 edition of 'Landscape Architecture and Urban Design in The Netherlands Yearbook' illustrate the current state of Dutch landscape architecture and urban design.

It is not a favourable time for either profession, yet Dutch designers are still forging new paths and making their mark on developments in the Netheralnds, and increasingly abroad. The book 'Landscape Architecture and Urban Design in The Netherlands Yearbook 2014' contains a selection of temporary projects, investigative studies, as well as attractive and appealing places in town and country. Special attention is given to new station developments, ten years of the Room for the River programme and the international outlook of architect Winy Maas.

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