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  • ISBN: 9789461400277 (cloth)
  • ISBN: 9461400276 (cloth)
  • Physical Description: print
    352 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 25 cm.
  • Publisher: Amsterdam : Architectura & Natura Press, [2016]

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Formatted Contents Note: Brick City; The Return of Brick and Craftmanship in Dutch Urbanism; The City Tells Stories; Brickwork Amsterdam. The Tectonics of Brick Architecture; Legislation and Brickwork facades in a Historical Perspective; Brick -- on Size, Scale and Order; On the Eye and the Mind; Giving the Act of making its Own Place. Brick Dresses. Introduction; Standard Brickwork Facades. Positions -- Jacq. De Brouwer; Self-Supporting Brickwork Facades. Positions -- Herman Zeinstra; Brickwork and Concrete Facades. Positions -- Joost Kühne; Brickwork Facades with Prefabricated Elements. Positions -- Marlies Rohmer; Prefabricated Brick Facades. Positions -- Rudy Uytenhaak.
Summary, etc.: The book offers a colourful palette of insights and inspiration, which go hand in hand with an account at the interface of education, theory and practice. Brick: an exacting material, tectonics in contemporary Dutch brick architecture contains many drawings and photos.The texts are written by specialist, Aart Oxenaar (urban history), Louise Schouwenberg (design and material), Baukje Trenning (Amsterdam), Udo Garritzmann (tectonics), Machiel Spaan, Hans van der Heijden, Jeroen Geurst, Harrie Vekemans (legislation), Jaapjan Berg (interviews) . Graphic Design Joost Grootens. In cooperation with the Amsterdam Academy of Architecture.
Subject: Building, Brick Netherlands
Bricks
Brickwork

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