Richard Maas|||||||||||Gold standard: the 80-year old Hertzberger in his Amsterdam studio|Apollo Schools – two school building projects for the Dutch government|Centraal Beheer features multiple communal spaces, and a central street|Some of the 60 cube-shaped towers that make up Centraal Beheer|Breda’s Chassé theatre, with its “draped” aluminium exterior|Utrecht University’s Faculty of Science (2006 -11)|People first: a preliminary sketch for Utrecht’s Faculty of Science|Waste company Waternet’s twin-towered HQ in Amsterdam (2000-2005)|Vredenburg’s Music Palace, where work is ongoing|Delft Montessori School, built in 1996 and revamped in 2007-2009||
15 Aug 2012

Herman Hertzberger: The super-humanist

Words by James McLachlan

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