The
Renaissance
Society

at The University of Chicago
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Modern Dutch Architecture and City Planning

March 16 – March 31, 1945

 
 
W. van Tyen, A Verbeek and J. Boterenbrood
Panel 1: Housing
 
H.J.G. Schelling and D. Roosenburg
Panel 2: Planning
 
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Panel 3: The Dutch Architects Faced Great Difficulties
 
Cornelis Danckerts, Jacob van Campen and P.J.H. Cuypers
Panel 4: Architecture of Times Gone By
 
H.P. Berlage
Panel 5: (first part) A New Era Begins
 
S. van Ravensteyn, J. Brinkman and L.C. van der Vlugt
Panel 5: (second part) Utilitarian Architecture
 
J. Boterenbrood
Panel 6: Housing in Amsterdam
 
W. van Tyen, A. Verbeek and J.J.P. Oud, Prof. M.B. Grandpre Moliere, A. J. Th. Kok, P. Verhagon
Panel 7: Housing in Rotterdam
 
J.P. Wiebenga, P. Bijvoet, J. Duiker, J. H. Groenewegen and W.M. Dudok
Panel 8: Schools
 
J. Duiker, A. van der Steur and W. M. Dudok
Panel 9: Representative Architecture
 
J. Duiker and W. M. Dudok
Panel 10: Public Buildings
 
J. F. Staal, W. van Tyen, Zanstra, Symons and Geisen, G. Rietveld, Paul Bromberg and J.J.P. Oud
Panel 11: Private Buildings
 
Schroeder and Rietveld, J. Brinkman and L.C. van der Vlugt, Masskant and van Tyen, G. Rietveld and W. Penaat
Panel 12: Interiors
 

   
   
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