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Delta Urbanism: The Netherlands

Edited By: Han Meyer, Inge Bobbink and Steffen Nijhuis
208 pages, col photos, maps
Delta Urbanism: The Netherlands
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This volume offers an in-depth look at a country that has grappled for centuries with the crises that confront coastal cities worldwide. It examines the history, geography and human interventions that have defined the Netherlands.

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Han Meyer is professor of theory and methods of urban design, TU-Delft, The Netherlands
Edited By: Han Meyer, Inge Bobbink and Steffen Nijhuis
208 pages, col photos, maps
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