20th century architecture in the Netherlands
Hans Ibelings, curator of the Netherlands Architecture Institute, has written and compiled the illustrations for this rich and elegant introduction to twentieth-century Dutch architecture. In addition to portraying and discussing internationally renowned masterpieces by such architects as Berlage, Oud, Duiker, Van Eycke and Koolhaas, the book includes a number of less known buildings which help define the versatility, richness and high quality of Dutch architecture.
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