Architecture in the Netherlands Yearbook 2016/17
> 30th edition of Dutch architecture’s international calling card
> ‘The architectural world eagerly awaits it every year’ – Trouw De Verdieping
> ‘Hallmark of good architecture’ – NRC Handelsblad
Architecture in the Netherlands has been an indispensable reference work for anyone interested or professionally involved in Dutch architecture for 30 years. The Yearbook is Dutch architecture’s international calling card. The threeperson editorial team selects noteworthy projects that were completed in the past year and describes major developments that affect Dutch architecture, with particular attention to commissionership, architecture policy and projects that have achieved spectacular results with limited resources. With a special contribution by Oliver Wainwright (architecture and design critic of The Guardian) on Dutch architecture as an export product.
The Yearbook’s editorial team includes Kirsten Hannema (freelance architecture critic for de Volkskrant, ArchitectuurNL, MARK, and others), Robert-Jan de Kort (architect and co-founder of architecture office De Kort Van Schaik), Lara Schrijver (professor of architecture at the University of Antwerp and DAAD visiting lecturer at the Dessau Institute of Architecture in 2013/14).
ISBN 978-94-6208-353-0 | 1. edition | April 2017 | red./eds.: Kirsten Hannema, Robert-Jan de Kort, Lara Schrijver | design: Joseph Plateau Grafisch Ontwerpers | Dutch, English | paperback | 24 x 32 cm | 176 pages | illustrated (400 full color)