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Relativity and Architecture. The Work of Aldo van Eyck
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Relativity and Architecture. The Work of Aldo van Eyck

(Hans Ibelings) The Low Countries - 1996, № 4, pp. 249-254

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In July 1995, the foundation stone for the new building for the General Au ditor's Office was laid in The Hague. This official event was of special significance to the architect Aldo van Eyck (1918-). In a practice spanning more than 40 years, this would be the first building of his to be erected under commission to the government. The public has little opportunity to experience Aldo van Eyck' s work because it usually cannot be seen from the street and also because those buildings that are visible are often impenetrable. In contrast to the general public, however, fellow professionals are generally familiar with Vain Eyck' s architecture and value it highly.

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