Life after Rotterdam. Dutch Architecture Edges Its Way out of Crisis
(Jaap Huisman) THE LOW COUNTRIES - 2016, № 24, PP. 284-285
Dutch architecture has wrestled its way through the crisis with small-scale projects which impress in a different way from those of twenty years ago. They are as colourful as a bouquet of wild flowers, while avoiding being purely cosmetic or trying too hard to attract admiration. It will take some getting used to, but in the end they might just give new meaning to the concept of architecture.
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