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Maison du Peuple and Hotel Gooiland

Lecturer: Risselada, M. · Uyttenhove, P.
Faculty:Architecture
Type:lecture
Date:2010-11-16
Publisher: Delft University of Technology
Source:The Berlage, Center for Advanced Studies in Architecture and Urban Design
Duration:2:38:02
Keywords: Max Risselada · Pieter Uyttenhove · The Berlage lezingen
Rights: (c) Delft University of Technology · Creative Commons BY

Abstract

Maison du Peuple, Marcel Lods, Eugène Beaudouin, Jean Prouvé, and
Vladimir Bodiansky, Paris [Clichy], 1935–38

Hotel Gooiland, Jan Duiker, Hilversum, the Netherlands, 1934–35

Jointly organized by the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam and the Department of Architecture at the Delft University of Technology as part of the Twelve Institutional and Public Buildings Revisited, 1928–1968 seminar series

Convened by Tom Avermaete, Salomon Frausto, and Max Risselada.

Pieter Uyttenhove is an Associate Professor of Theory and History of Urban Planning at the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning at Ghent University, where he was previously the Chair of Theory and History of Urban Planning. He was trained as an engineer-architect at the Catholic University of Leuven and as an urban planner at the Institut d’Urbanisme de Paris (IUP). He completed his dissertation on Marcel Lods at the EHESS in Paris. He is the author of numerous international publications, including a publication based on his dissertation.

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