Vincent van Rossem
nai010 Publishers, Rotterdam, 1992, Dutch, English
Nonfiction, Architecture
10.4 x 9.8 inches, hardcover, 144 pages
ISBN: 9789064501302

From the Publisher. Characterizing the work of Jan Benthem and Mels Crouwel is the achievement of a maximum of effect with a minimum of means. Jan Benthem’s house, a glass box resting on a space frame, was immediately on completion the subject of great international attention. This transparant architecture typifies the later projects too, such as the customs stations at Hazeldonk and Oldenzaal, Mors company building at Opmeer, the extensions to Amsterdam Airport and the recent additions to the Anne Frank Museum.

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