Accommodating the unexpected

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010 Publishers, 1995 - Architects - 71 pages
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Page 57 - ... passageway. There were many entrances and no central space to speak of from which to reach the various departments. The new extension combines an additional feature set between the two buildings to establish a new centre with meeting facilities and a new entrance to the complex as a whole.
Page 70 - USA / Stichting Wonen, Amsterdam / 'Herman Hertzberger Architektura', Zagreb 1988 New York State Council of the Arts, New York 1989 Global Architecture International, Tokyo / Institut Français d'Architecture, Paris / 'Herman Hertzberger: opere recenti...
Page 70 - Six architecture photographiées par Johan van der Keuken; travelling exhibition of older realized projects, with more recent competition projects added in 1986 1986 Fondation Cartier, Jouy-en-Josas / 'Lieux de Travail...
Page 34 - In-between these rows are open zones alternating streets and green space. A central pedestrian street punches a succession of gateways through the built rows.
Page 70 - Exhibitions 1967 Biennale des Jeunes, Paris 1968 Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 1971 Historisch Museum, Amsterdam 1976 Venice Biennale / Stichting Wonen, Amsterdam 1980...
Page 34 - Gebaute Landschaft' is dug in rows to give a striking pattern to the landscape, thus avoiding the questionable alternative of 'urban
Page 70 - Bakema ua.VOn editorial board of Forum (with Aldo van Eyck, Jaap Bakema and others) 1965-1969...
Page 57 - indoor building', freestanding like a bookrack, with a variety of meeting facilities including a modest though complete conference centre.

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