Dutch connections: Essays on international relationships in architectural history in honour of Herman van Bergeijk

Sjoerd van Faassen (Editor), C.M. Hein (Editor), P.I. Panigyrakis (Editor)

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Abstract

Throughout his career, Herman van Bergeijk built his own unique expertise on the Dutch 19th and early 20th century architectural history. He has become an inspiration for scholars in the Netherlands, Europe and beyond. The extraordinary response of colleagues when asked to contribute a chapter in this Festschrift stands as an example of Herman’s widespread influence. Invitations for keynotes and lectures or courses keep reaching him, and he will continue to teach and write. He has an open invitation to teach in China and still bubbles with ideas for yet another new publication series or journal. Several PhD students continue to rely on his guidance and will keep him engaged at the faculty. Herman thrives on lively discussions, in which he often plays devil’s advocate and tries to be as contrary as possible. I am convinced that we will continue to collaborate and battle on diverse topics, notably the role of history in the design of future architecture. Retirement is just another step in Herman’s career.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherDelft University of Technology
Number of pages480
ISBN (Print)978-94-6366-360-1
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Publication series

NameInaugural speeches and other studies in the Built Environment
PublisherTU Delft Open
Volumespecial issue
ISSN (Print)2451-9804
ISSN (Electronic)2451-9812

Keywords

  • History & Heritage
  • Architecture

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  • André Lurçat, agent français des Néerlandais

    Cohen, J. L., 2020, Dutch connections: Essays on international relationships in architectural history in honour of Herman van Bergeijk. van Faassen, S., Hein, C. & Panigyrakis, P. (eds.). Delft University of Technology, p. 59-70 12 p. (Inaugural speeches and other studies in the Built Environment; vol. special issue).

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  • An extraordinary photograph: Gerrit Rietveld, Mart Stam and El Lissitzky at the Schröder House, 1926

    van Thoor, M. T. A., 2020, Dutch connections: Essays on international relationships in architectural history in honour of Herman van Bergeijk. van Faassen, S., Hein, C. & Panigyrakis, P. (eds.). Delft University of Technology, p. 381-390 10 p. (Inaugural speeches and other studies in the Built Environment; vol. special issue).

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  • Arthur Staal, notes on the Greek landscape

    Panigyrakis, P. I., 2020, Dutch connections: Essays on international relationships in architectural history in honour of Herman van Bergeijk. van Faassen, S., Hein, C. & Panigyrakis, P. (eds.). Delft University of Technology, p. 265-273 9 p. (Inaugural speeches and other studies in the Built Environment; vol. special issue).

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