The Future of Architecture

Nov 11, 2018

Author: Herman Hertzberger, Anna Heringer, Jean-Philippe Vassal
With contribuitions by: Kamiel Klaasse, Nanne de Ru, Jan Jongert, Marijn Schenk, Hedwig Heinsman, Rudy Stroink.

Publisher: Uitgever:nai010 Uitgevers
ISBN: 978-94-6208-082-9

At eighty, internationally acclaimed Dutch architect Herman Hertzberger invited colleagues and students to reflect on the future of architecture. While questioning the profession’s status as ‘the discipline par excellence that has lent itself to the representation of a new, better world’, Hertzberger acknowledges that ‘it is exactly when the ground under your feet is collapsing that you need elevation’.

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