873 Works

A+BE | Architecture and the Built Environment, No. 1 (2013): Additive Manufactured Envelope

Holger Strauss 270 pages ISBN 978-1481214339

A+BE | Architecture and the Built Environment, No. 2 (2013): Housing, Urban Renewal and Socio-Spatial Integration

Xiaoxi Hui 796 pages ISBN 978-1481999526

A+BE | Architecture and the Built Environment, No. 4 (2013): Knowledge Sharing Strategies for Large Complex Building Projects

Esra Bektas 332 pages ISBN 978-9461861740

Bulletin KNOB, Bulletin KNOB 112 (2013) 1

Thomas H. von der Dunk: De Amsterdamse bouwmeester en landmeter Jan Jacobszoon Bolten (1738-na 1811). Ada van Deijk: Frans Nicolaas Marius Eyck van Zuylichem. Architectuurhistoricus van het eerste uur. Hielkje Zijlstra: Jeruzalem Amsterdam. Restaureren versus renoveren.

Bulletin KNOB, Bulletin KNOB 111 (2012) 4

In Memoriam dr. ing. Henk Zantkuijl (1925-2012). MaartenJan Hoekstra: Het Plan Zuid in woorden. Veranderende stedebouwkundige begrippen en een onbekende plankaart. Hannes Pieters: Het interieur van de Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België door de Kortrijkse Kunstwerkstede De Coene. Markante getuige van een wijzigende visie rond representatie. Herman van Bergeijk: ‘Zijn we niet allen verheugd als we weer een nieuwe reis kunnen beginnen?’ D.F. Slothouwer en zijn Prix de Rome reis. Walther Schoonenberg: De Van Houtenmonumenten. Een...

Bulletin KNOB, Bulletin KNOB 110 (2011) 2

Paul Rem: De chalets van koningin Wilhelmina in de paleisparken van Het Loo (1881-1882) en Soestdijk (1892). Dennis de Kool: Jan Baptist Xavery (1697-1742): een veelzijdige tuinkunstenaar. Patricia Debie: Van tuinpaviljoen naar koepelkamer. Geschiedenis en ontwikkeling van de Utrechtse Maliebaan. Rob Dettingmeijer, Marie-Thérèse van Thoor en Ida van Zijl (red.), Rietvelds Universum; Ida van Zijl, Gerrit Rietveld (recensie Herman van Bergeijk). C.P. Krabbe: Droomreis op papier. De Prix de Rome en de Nederlandse architectuur (1808-1851)...

Bulletin KNOB, Bulletin KNOB 107 (2008) 1

Thomas H. von der Dunk: Een Franse opsnijder in de Republiek De architect Georges-Franςois Blondel. R. Meischke en H.J. Zantkuijl: De positie van C.G.F. Giudici te Rotterdam en zijn stadhuisplan uit 1781.

Bulletin KNOB, Bulletin KNOB 106 (2007) 6

Redactioneel (Rob Dettingmeijer). Wim Denslagen: Boerenbedrog. Michel Lascaris en Hans Renes: Vluchtschansen in Midden-Limburg. Boerenschansen uit de l6de en 17de eeuw als schuilplaatsen voor de plattelandsbevolking. Radboud van Beekum: Cornelis van de Linde: Bouwer voor de Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschappij (NHM).

SPOOL, SPOOL 01/2013: landscape metropolis

advances in planning, design and characterization of metropolitan territories via landscapeThe metropolitan region is a form of urban territory in which city and landscape re-array into an urban-landscape system characterized by multiple modes of organization and dynamic socio-spatial processes. Perspectives on the operative relationship between landscape and city emerging in recent decades present new ways to understand, order and act in metropolitan territories. To what extent landscape as permanent underlying substructure, or as physical open...

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‘Een fraij gesicht’, het Leidse huis in de 17de eeuw. Een poging tot typologisering

Edwin Orsel
From recent systematic building-historical research in the town of Leiden a frequently applied type of house emerged. This type of house appears to have been applied in the 17th century, but seems to have been introduced in the period of peace and prosperity after the relief of Leiden in 1574. The type has a characteristic design and plan. The plan consists of a deep front part of the house with a separate rear part of...

Farmers cheated

Wim Denslagen
It is strange that in the Netherlands towns and villages can be protected, but old landscapes can't. Although the legislator did offer this possibility in the Nature Conservation Act of 1998, it has not been taken advantage of so far. Nevertheless, this ought to happen on penalty of losing the last remnants that have been preserved of the cultural-historical landscape. Why haven't any landscapes been protected vet? This is probably due to a widespread repugnance...

Dakloos

Dirk Jan De Vries
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Transparant maar niet open: overkapping van de binnenplaats van het Provinciehuis te Groningen

Michiel S. Verweij
Buildings of historical and artistic value to a great extent derive their cultural-historical value from changes realized through human involvement. A building is subject to wishes and requirements and those may vary for each generation or, in some cases, even disappear altogether. The assignment of conservation consists largely of guidance of such transformation processes. Conservation tries to give new developments in a listed building a place of their own, with minimal damage to the historical...

De tiende-eeuwse Heilig-Kruiskapel in Utrecht en haar relatie met Willibrord

Charlotte J.C. Broer & Martin W.J. De Bruijn
For centuries the Holy-Cross chapel (Heilig-Kruiskapel) stood between St Martin's cathedral church (domkerk or Sint-Maartenskerk) and St Saviour or Oldminster church (Sint-Salvatorkerk or Oudmunsterkerk) in Utrecht. In medieval historiography this cruciform little building was regarded as a church founded by the Anglo-Saxon missionary Willibrord at the end of the eighth century and devoted to the Holy Cross. According to the oldest historiography this church was situated next to St Martin's church that Willibrord had built...

De Valkhofkapel te Nijmegen. Nieuwe gegevens over de middeleeuwse bouwgeschiedenis

Barbara Perlich & Gabri Van Tussenbroek
The round St. Nicolas Chapel on the Valkhof in the city of Nijmegen is one of the oldest buildings in the Netherlands. Since the beginning of the 19th century the building has been subject to research and discussion. The current research project has shown that the chapel was originally built before the demolition of the Valkhof in the year 1047. Mortar analysis has clearly provided the division between the parts dating from the 11th and...

De Rotterdamse villa Maaslust en Berlage

John Veerman
On Parklaan in Rotterdam, situated in the Muizenpolder to the west of the city centre, the wealthiest Rotterdam citizens built their villas in park like gardens in the 19th century. For instance, around 1874 Rudolph Mees, descending from the wealthy banking family, had a house built there, now no. 9 Parklaan. It was a spacious, classicistic villa of an almost completely symmetrical layout. All external walls had middle ressaults and the roof was lifted in...

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