Unmodern architecture: contemporary traditionalism in the Netherlands
In the Netherlands, for decades a bastion of modernism, neomodernism and supermodernism, a contemporary traditionalism has been causing a stir since the 1990s. Traditionalists draw from the past and prefer means that have already proved their worth. Contemporary traditionalism, stripped of all populistic and moralistic arguments for and against, is analysed from different angles, including an international and historical perspective
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