Modern architecture in the Netherlands
Film on modern architecture in the Netherlands after World War II.
Second part of a three-part film on modern architecture in the Netherlands. In this part a revolutionary change in the architecture of the 1920s, a.o. the Schroder house by Rietveld in Utrecht and the city hall by Dudok in Hilversum. The first block of flats in the Netherlands, but also garden villages. Rise of the Delft School. Slum clearance and city development. The challenge for architects in the reconstruction of the heart of Rotterdam after World War II. Contemporary buildings in the country side in the new Northeast Polder.
- Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (curator)
- Publication date:
- 1 January 1954