The first guide to the 20th-century architecture of the Benelux countries surveys the most important works in Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg, three countries with more differences than affinities, not only in terms of architecture.
[Guide to 20th-century architecture. Benelux] For the first time, a guide to the 20th-century architecture of the Benelux countries, three lands with very different traditions: Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg. The book attempts to avoid qualitative appraisals in favor of documentation of salient moments of architectural production. The chronological path starts at the end of the 19th century and concludes in 1997. Particular emphasis is placed on the architectural production of the last twenty years.
Besides the indispensable features of a guide (images/place/address/architect/date), each profile includes brief comments and an essential bibliography specific to each work; the book also includes an index of architects and a general bibliography.