20th Century Architecture in the Netherlands (Simon Franke & NAi Publishers, 1995) by Hans Ibelings gives a concise introduction to Dutch architecture.
This richly illustrated book provides an introduction to twentieth century Dutch architecture. Ten concise chapters, each covering a single decade, discuss a selection of characteristic buildings, referring to the major events, and developments of each period. Architectural history is not defined here as a cyclical succession of styles or generations, but as a heterogeneous collection of buildings and designs which are often based on equally differing approaches. Apart from the internationally renowned masterpieces by architects like Berlage, Oud, Duiker, Van Eyck and Koolhaas this book includes numerous lesser known buildings which underline the versatility and qaulity of Dutch architecture.
– Hans Ibelings, 20th Century Architecture in the Netherlands (Simon Franke & NAi Publishers, 1995)
The text is in English. The book is richly illustrated with photographs.
Our copy in stock is in good condition. There is only some slight toning on the edges of the pages.