Dutch architecture in 250 highlights : preserved by the Netherlands Architecture Institute / introductions by Ole Bouman and Behrang Mousavi.
NAi, Rotterdam : 2012
320 p. : il.
Biblioteca Sbc Aprendizaje A-72(492) DUT
Drawing from the collection of the Netherlands Architecture Institute, “Dutch Architecture in 250 Highlights” celebrates the collection's centenary with this portrait of the rich and varied architectural history of the Netherlands. This broad and voluminous publication brings together the designs, buildings and ideas that have helped to build the considerable reputation of Dutch architecture around the world, from the nineteenth century to the present. Architecture historians Ole Bouman, Behrang Mousavi, Hetty Berens, Suzanne Mulder and Ellen Smit guide the reader through more than 250 outstanding buildings and designs, by architects ranging from Cuypers, Berlage, Kromhout, Van Eesteren, Stam and Wijdeveld to Weeber, Coenen and Koolhaas. The thematic and chronological chapters elaborate on their designs in plans, sketches, maquettes and photographs.