Architecture In The Netherlands: Yearbook 2001-2002
Edited by Anne Hoogewoning, Roemer van Toorn, Piet Vollaard, and Arthur Wortmann.
Once again, this successful annual publication presents a selection of the most memorable Dutch architecture of the past year. In Architecture in the Netherlands: Yearbook 2001-2002, the editors focus on the new role played by architects and their work in a field where the forces of private parties call the tune, and both government and the common good are more often than not relegated to the sidelines. Lavish illustrations and in-depth descriptions document more than 30 projects realized in 2001 by Kees Christiaanse, Claus and Kaan, Jo Coenen, Geurst and Schulze, Xaveer De Geyter, John Hejduk, Kruunenberg van den Erve, Mecanoo, MVRDV, Maurice Nio, Koen van Velsen, Peter Wilson, and others.