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Vinex Atlas.
Boeijenga, Jelte, and Jeroen Mensink.
Vinex Atlas.
In the early 1990s the Dutch Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and Environment published the supplement to the fourth report on spatial planning, known by its Dutch acronym, Vinex. In its wake, hundreds of thousands of dwellings were erected throughout the Netherlands in what has become known as Vinex districts. The Vinex Atlas provides the first, in depth account of the entire stock of Vinex architecture, describing 52 districts though the aide of historical and recent aerial photographs, plans and exhaustive site plans and data. Dutch/English.

Category: Architecture, Region
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 304 pp
Publisher: 010 Publishers.
Year: 2008
Publication Place: Rotterdam,
ISBN: 9789064505942
Book Id: 78780

Price: $97.00
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