Best Buildings – Holland
Following Best Buildings – Belgium, Luster brings a second title in the new Best Buildings series: Best Buildings – Holland. The concept is the same: this book presents over 90 buildings completed after 1900 in the Netherlands, with a photo and a short text. The selection is based on the top ten lists of renowned Dutch architects and architecture critics, which are also included in the book. Best Buildings – Holland features a surprising mix of bold contemporary architecture (such as the market hall and the central station in Rotterdam), historical must-sees (like the Rietveld-Schroeder House) and less obvious buildings (such as a former sanatorium in Hilversum).
Text in English and Dutch.
|Dimensions||130 × 185 mm|
Freelance producer, curator and consultant Toon Lauwen is involved in different projects in the fields of architecture, design and communication. He's the man behind several Dutch Design exhibitions that have travelled the world. He also wrote and published a number of books about architecture and design. He is the publisher of the WOTH Wonderful Things Magazine and the owner of the WOTH STUDIO.
Paperback / softback