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Theory of Type Design

First comprehensive theory of type design and a must have for every designer

>first comprehensive

Theory of Type Design
Spaces of Culture

> A model for the success of cultural buildings that can also be used in other (international)

Spaces of Culture
Co Brandes

De protagonist van de Nieuwe Haagse School en uitvinder van het ultieme jaren-dertig-huis

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Co Brandes
Objectief Nederland

Includes all of the 416 photos from 1974 and 2017 and lots of cartographic material

> With an

Objectief Nederland
Jean Cocteau

La première grande rétrospective de l'œuvre de Jean Cocteau aux Pays-Bas

> Exposition au Design

Jean Cocteau
Handboek Projectontwikkeling

> Een onmisbaar handboek voor iedereen die het terrein van projectontwikkeling wil doorgronden
> Een

Handboek Projectontwikkeling
Jewellery Matters

> LAST COPIES!!> International Symposium ‘Jewellery Matters – Context and Material Research’, 16

Jewellery Matters
DASH Van woning naar woning

> DASH (Delft Architectural Studies on Housing) is a thematic journal devoted to residential design

DASH Van woning naar woning
Viktor&Rolf Special Edition

Limited and numbered edition box set

> Book, signed by Viktor&Rolf

> Custom box with passepartout &

Viktor&Rolf Special Edition
Viktor&Rolf Modekunstenaars

Magnificent colouring book in the exclusive Viktor&Rolf style

> For all fashion, colour and animal

Viktor&Rolf Modekunstenaars
Viktor&Rolf

Developed in collaboration with Viktor&Rolf and guest curator Thierry-Maxime Loriot

> Extended

Viktor&Rolf
1600-1700 Dutch Golden Age

> New, updated overview of the Rijksmuseum’s collection of seventeenthcentury masterpieces
>

1600-1700 Dutch Golden Age
Architectuur in Nederland

> 31st edition of the international showcase for Dutch architecture
> Every year the world of

Architectuur in Nederland
Too Big

> Climate change is a simultaneous threat to our planet and to our neighborhoods. President Obama

Too Big
  • Life is Strange
  • Life is Strange
  • Life is Strange
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Life is Strange

€ 29,95 order at NAi booksellers

> Idiotic, banal, sensational and gruesome images from the magazine Het Leven, which was the YouTube of the twentieth century

Life is Strange displays and dissects the bewildering flood of images with which the twentieth century burst into the living rooms of bemused Dutch families. Thanks to the rapid development of photography, suddenly everyone was given a chance to take part in unknown events taking place in every corner of the world. ‘Photographic all-sorts from everywhere,’ as the Dutch illustrated magazine Het Leven called them: photographs of dramatic accidents, extraordinary events, far-off peoples, remarkable inventions, unusual customs, and larger-than-life characters.

From the 12 million of these images held in the Spaarnestad collection of the National Archives of the Netherlands, the photographer and curator Rob Moorees hand-picked a stunning selection of startling visual impact. Dutch writer Maarten Asscher wrote an essay giving these photographic faits divers their place in history. Photography researcher Saskia Asser put the magazine Het Leven into the context of the rise of the illustrated press in the Netherlands. This is a poignant historic record as well as a fascinating image of the human condition.

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ISBN 978-94-6208-233-5 | June 2015 | available | Rob Moorees, met essays van Maarten Asscher en Saskia Asser | design: SYB | Dutch, English | paperback | 17 x 24 cm | 320 pages | illustrated (140 full color) | in conjunction with: Huis Marseille, Nationaal Archief/Spaarnestad Photo | with support from: Stichting Jacques de Leeuw, Stichting De Gijselaar-Hintzenfonds, Stichting Dr. Hendrik Mullers Vaderlandsch Fonds

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