Architecture in a small land: Dutch architects building a world-class reputation

Rietveld Schröder House (Wikipedia)

Anne Marie Michel looks at 100 years of architecture in the Netherlands from Berlage as the father of the new architecture, the Amsterdam School (functional as well as fanciful), the Style Movement (she visits the Rietveld Schröder House in Utrecht), Rotterdam as the architectural hot spot of the post-war years (clean, light, straight lines, basic) to where we are now (Bijlmer, Almere) and where we may be going. Her guests include a building historian, the director of the Architecture Museum, as well as several architects, both Dutch and foreign.

Producer: Anne Marie Michel

Broadcast: November 9, 1999