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No More Dreams? The Passion for Reality in recent Dutch Architecture and Its Limitations.
Umeå University, Faculty of Science and Technology, Umeå School of Architecture.
2011 (English)In: The Berlage Survey of the Culture, Education, And Practise of Architecture and Urbanism / [ed] Salomon Fraustro, Rotterdam: Nai Publishers & Berlage Institute , 2011, 145-153 p.Chapter in book (Refereed)
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Celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the Berlage Institute--the Netherlands' international training ground for architecture--this publication investigates how architectural models, insights and principles create a global architectural culture. With contributions by both prominent and up-and-coming architects, theorists, critics, historians and lecturers, The Berlage Institute examines the various fields that factor in the emergence of an architecture culture: education, practice, discourse and media. By means of critical reflection on the projects, theories, buildings and writings that have dominated the culture over the last three decades, the authors in this book preview the trends that will be decisive for architecture discourse in the coming years. Key texts address architecture policy in the Netherlands since the 1980s, the internationalization of Dutch architecture since the 1990s, the development and dissemination of Dutch expertise and the need for appropriate architectural visions for a globalized world.

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Rotterdam: Nai Publishers & Berlage Institute , 2011. 145-153 p.
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URN: urn:nbn:se:umu:diva-108575ISBN: 9056627651OAI: diva2:853627
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