OverHolland – Architectural studies for Dutch cities is a series published by the Department of Architecture at the Delft University of Technology. The theoretical focus in OverHolland is on possible links between urban analysis and architectural design. The research conducted over recent decades has yielded a range of conflicting views and insights on the subject, raising all kinds of questions that will be highlighted and examined in-depth in OverHolland.
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