Collection(s) : Architecture
Paru le 25/06/2020 | Cartonné 333 pages
If anything characterizes the Netherlands, it is its sensitivity to the built environment, its ability to blend traditional architecture on the canals with modern buildings, and the extension of its fields with unconventional, groundbreaking forms. The perfect blend of functional urbanism with the traditional landscape.
Another fundamental feature of Dutch architecture today is that it concentrates the spectacular nature of its designs on sustainable view. Orientation, insulation, use of renewable energies, rainwater, and recycled materials are some of the measures adopted by architects whose application means a considerable reduction in the environmental footprint, a reduction in costs and an increase in the well-being and comfort of users.