A+U 496: Architecture In The Netherlands 2000 2011
In 1980s, Dutch architectural design was stigmatized as “SuperDutch” or even as “pragmatic”. In the roaring 90s, this all changed as Holland became known as the architectural playground for young designers around the globe. In this Issue of A+U takes a closer look at architectural trends over the last 10 years in the Netherlands. What is the current state of Dutch architecture? And how has the global economic crisis inspired the Dutch architectural landscape? In addition to the 30 featured works, a special list of a hundred selected buildings is also highlighted. Architects featured are Claus en Kaan, Rapp+ Rapp, Wiel Arets, NL Architects and Concrete.