An indispensable Overview of Dutch Architecture
The yearbook Architecture in the Netherlands is the international business card for Dutch architecture. The four members of the book’s editorial team select 30 of the outstanding projects completed in 2013 and describe the most important developments and trends that have an influence on the production and design of Dutch architecture.
Needless to say, the 2013/14 edition also contains an overview of the most important awards, competitions, exhibitions and publications of the past year. For more than a quarter of a century, Architecture in the Netherlands has provided an invaluable overview for everyone who is interested in Dutch architecture or professionally involved with it.
> The editors of the yearbook are Tom Avermaete (associate professor of architecture, Delft University of Technology), Hans van der Heijden (architect, cofounder of biq architecten), Edwin Oostmeijer (freelance project developer) and Linda Vlassenrood (curator, architecture critic and programme director of the International New Town Institute).
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