Многоэтажные дома шестидесятых в Голландии: успех и неудача

Translated title of the contribution: Sixties High-rise in Holland: success and failure

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Abstract

During the 1960s, radical ideas emerged in Dutch urban planning. For the first time, the two major cities in the Netherlands engaged in building high-rise residential districts. If we understand this period as an experiment, then the cities of Amsterdam and Rotterdam produced opposite but exciting results. The uncompromising Amsterdam Bijlmermeer district grows into a problem area of national proportions. The more moderate Rotterdam Ommoord district, however, will be doing just fine. This article places the initial urban design features of those districts side-by-side for comparison. It provides insights into which design solutions work and which doesn't.
Translated title of the contributionSixties High-rise in Holland: success and failure
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)149-156
JournalProject Baikal
Volume17
Issue number66
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • Bijlmer
  • Bijlmermeer
  • Ommoord
  • high-rise
  • honeycomb
  • urban fabric
  • access-balcony flat
  • galerijflat
  • Siegfried Nassuth
  • Lotte Stam-Beese
  • flatgebouw

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