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Amsterdam's eastern docks area, Oostelijk Havengebied, occupies a cluster of artificial peninsulas laid out at the turn of the last century. When it fell into disuse in the 1970s, the city decided to transform the area into a high-end residential district. Now nearly completed, the project is illustrative of two decades of Dutch architecture and urban design.
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Hans Ibelings is the author of the seminal Supermodernism, which places contemporary architecture in the context of globalization, and which he has recently revised and updated. He has contributed to titles including Lights in the Blue: Milano; Eastern Docklands Amsterdam: Urbanism and Architecture; and Town Spaces. Since its founding in 2004, he has also been Publisher of the magazine A10: New European Architecture, which seeks to provide "a concise and up-to-date survey of the latest developments in European architecture, from the Arctic Circle to the Mediterranean Sea."
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