Dutch Architecture

Dutch Architecture refers to the style and design principles used in buildings and structures in the Netherlands. It is characterized by simplicity, functionality, and a focus on natural light and space. Dutch architecture has a long history, with influences from various styles, including Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Modernism. It is known for its emphasis on sustainable and energy-efficient design, the use of local materials, and innovative approaches to urban planning. Notable examples of Dutch architecture include the traditional canal houses of Amsterdam, the modernist designs of Gerrit Rietveld, and the contemporary works of Rem Koolhaas, MVRDV, and UNStudio.