Ten Years, Realized Works
This book is a celebration of the work of Erick van Egeraat and his firm EEA, over the past 10 years. It includes commercial and residential developments, public and educational buildings, interior design projects, exhibition and product design, presented in the eclectic style that characterises the work of this major force in contemporary European architecture. Often controversial, Erick van Egeraat's work challenges established notions of architectural process, but always with an emphasis on practicality, albeit with a high proportion of 'art', in order to produce an innovative but attractive architecture. Much more than just a digest of completed works, this book includes Erick van Egeraat's own commentary on each project, adding a rare and valuable insight into the processes that engender his work.
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Andrassy Street Anke Schiemann architect associate atrium Aude de Broissia Bank & NN Bas de Haan born and educated Bratislava Budapest gross floor Claire Booth Cock Peterse competition 2004 complex create Darko Kovacev design/realisation EEA/DPi design Budapest Egeraat associated architects entrance Erick van Egeraat fagade Gallery Germany glass gross floor area ground floor Haarlem Hague Hague gross floor Harry Kurzhals Hilversum housing units Inholland University Rotterdam interior Janos Tiba Leiden University m2 competition m2 design Maartje Lammers Massimo Bertolano Masterplan Monica Adams Moscow Municipality Nationale Nederlanden Netherlands Design/completion NN Hungary Park partner of Mecanoo Paul-Martin Lied Perry Klootwijk Peter Heavens Petra Rudloff Pop Art Prague Project architects Erick Project team Ralph van Mameren realisation 2005 Rem Koolhaas Residential developments Ronald Ubels Rotterdam gross floor Rotterdam NL Rowan van Wely Royal Netherlands Embassy Russia with Love screen-print Steven Simons University of Utrecht Utrecht Villa Bianca Zoltan Gyure Zoltan Kiraly Zsofia Gutvill