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  • Irene Cieraad - Publications

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    Forthcoming

    2018 ‘Nostalgia and the Swiss chalet’ entry in the Encyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World, 2nd ed. Bloomsbury

    2018 ‘Bringing nostalgia home: Switzerland and the Swiss chale’ (accepted by the journal Architecture and Culture)

    2017 ‘Home-making: tra ricordi e proiezioni nei futuro’ in the Italian issue of the PoliMi series Inclusive Interiors: Spaces of Sociability in an Age of Global Nomadism, Milan.

    2017 ‘Foreword’ to the re-worked Iranian edition of At Home: An Anthropology of Domestic Space (with special permission of Syracuse University Press)

    2017 ‘Home.’ International Encyclopedia of Anthropology. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell
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    2017 ‘Domestic Spaces.’ In D. Richardson et al. (eds) The International Encyclopedia of Geography. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. (link) (PDF)

    2016 ‘Het interieur als décor van het huiselijk leven. De amateurfotografie en het familiekiekje’ GEN. Magazine voor Familiegeschiedenis 22, 4: 26-41 (PDF)

    2016 'Writing Home, Painting Home: 17th Century Dutch Genre Painting and the “Sailing Letters”.' In Kathy-Ann Tan and Cecile Sandten (eds.) Home: Concepts, Constructs and Contexts. Trier: WVT Publishers. PDF

    2015 'Researching rehabilitation from a user perspective.’ In J. Zeinstra (ed.) Studio: Rehab. The Culture of Care, pp. 22-29. Delft: Publication of the Department of Architecture (Chair of Interiors) TU Delft. PDF

    2015 '"Huis 2013”: de keukenloze toekomst in 1913’, Historica 38, 2: 3-10 PDF

    2014 'IKEA en het Nederlandse woonlandschap. Trendsetter of trendvolger?’/ 'IKEA and the Dutch Domestic Landscape: Trendsetter or Trend Follower? DASH: Stijlkamers/ Interiors on Display, Fall issue 2014: 62-75. PDF

    2013 'Children’s Home Life in the Past and Present’ (editorial introduction to the special issue) Home Cultures 10, 3: 213-226.

    2013 'The Family Living Room: A Child’s Playpen? A Recent History of Material Colonization'. Home Cultures 10, 3: 287-314.

    2013 'From Garden of Eden to Garden of Evil? The Contested Image of the Garden Cities’ In J. Zeinstra (ed.) Amsterdam Places: Interiors, Buildings and Cities. Pp. 285-298. Amsterdam: A&NP.

    2013 '”Out of My Kitchen!” Architecture, Gender and Domestic Efficiency' (2002). In Mark Taylor (ed.) Interior Design and Architecture: Critical and Primary Sources. Vol. 1, part 3, chapter 16, pp. 164-176. London: Bloomsbury.

    2012 Recensie: Els De Vos, Hoe zouden we graag wonen? Woonvertogen in Vlaanderentijdens de jaren zestig en zeventig (Leuven: Universitaire Pers Leuven, 2012). Tijdschrift voor Sociale en Economische Geschiedenis 9, 4: 82-83.

    2012 `”Out of My Kitchen!” Gender, Architecture and Domestic Efficiency’(2002). In Chiara Briganti and Kathy Mezei (eds), The Domestic Space Reader, chapter 6.11. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

    2012 'Anthropological perspectives on home’. In Susan J. Smith et al. (eds) International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, Vol. 1. Oxford: Elsevier. Pp. 65-69.

    2012 'Memory and nostalgia at home’. In Susan J. Smith et al. (eds) International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, Vol. 4. Oxford: Elsevier. Pp. 262-267.

    2011 'Architecture'. In D. Southerton (ed.) Encyclopedia of Consumer Culture, Vol. 1. Los Angeles, CA: Sage. Pp. 60-65.

    2011 'Roze: meisjeskleur en mannenmode. Verschuivende genderidentiteiten?'. In M. Groot (red.) Design en gender: van object tot representatie. Jaarboek voor Vrouwengeschiedenis 31. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. Pp. 189- 201. PDF

    2010 'Between sensation and restriction: The emergence of a technological consumer culture.' In J. Schot, H. Lintsen and A. Rip (eds) Technology and the Making of the Netherlands: The Age of Contested Modernization, 1890-1970. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press. Pp. 543-591. PDF

    2010 'Homes from Home: Memories and Projections.' Home Cultures 7, 1: 85-102.

    2009 'The radiant American kitchen: Domesticating Dutch nuclear energy.' In R. Oldenziel and K. Zachmann (eds) Cold War Kitchen: Americanization, Technology, and European Users. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press. Pp. 113-159. PDF

    2009 '@ Home? Students' visons of home as future trends in home-making.' In K. Saarikangas and H. Johansson (eds) Homes in Transformation: Dwelling, Moving, Belonging. Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society. Pp. 313-337. PDF

    2008 'The milkman always rings twice... The effects of changed provisioning on Dutch domestic architecture in the 20th century'. In D. Hussey and M. Ponsonby (eds), Buying for the Home: Shopping for the Domestic fromthe Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century. Aldershot: Ashgate. Pp.163-181. PDF

    2008 'Van body odour tot okselfris. Over de confectionering van de lichaamsgeur.' (Book review of Virginia Smith, Clean: A History of Personal Hygiene and Purity. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2007) Karakter: Tijdschrift van Wetenschap (Academische Stichting Leuven) (2008) 21: 3-5.

    2007 'Gender at play: Décor differences between boys'and girls' bedrooms'. In E. Casey and L. Martens (eds), Gender and Consumption: Domestic Cultures and the Commercialisation of Everyday Life. Aldershot: Ashgate. Pp. 197-218. PDF

    2007 'The Willow Tea Rooms, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, Scotland (1904) Architect: Charles Rennie Mackintosh'. In Christoph Grafe and Franziska Bollerey (eds) Cafés and Bars: The Architecture of Public Display. London: Routledge. Pp.133-139.

    2007 Review article 'Sleeping Around: The Bed from Antiquity to Now', Journal of Design History 20, 2: 177-178.

    2006 At Home: An Anthropology of Domestic Space. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. Paperback edition.

    2006 'Introduction: Anthropology at Home.' In I. Cieraad (ed.) At Home: An Anthropology of Domestic Space. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. Paperback edition. Pp. 1-12. PDF

    2006 'Dutch Windows: Female Virtue and Female Vice.' In I. Cieraad (ed.) At Home: An Anthropology of Domestic Space. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. Paperback edition. Pp. 31-59. PDF

    2006 'Slaapkamergeheimen. Een recente cultuurgeschiedenis van bed en slaapkamer in de Nederlandse woninginrichting'. Medische Antropologie (2006): 25 - 52. PDF

    2006 (and Sjoerdtje Porte) 'Who's afraid of kitsch? The impact of taste reforms in the Netherlands', Home Cultures 3,3: 273-292.

    2006 'Door het oog van de antropoloog'do-co,mo.mo_nl 6, 11 (juni): 2-3.

    2005 'Van haardscherm tot beeldscherm. Over de relatie tussen meubelschikking, sociabiliteit en woontechniek'. In Clara H. Mulder en Fenne M. Pinkster (eds) Onderscheid in wonen. Het sociale van binnen en buiten. Boeknummer van Mens en Maatschappij. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. Pp. 27-47. PDF

    2005 'Ons huis is een gatenkaas’ De Witte Raaf 20, 116: 12-13.

    2005 'The Cold War on the home front: Steel furniture and the Dutch post-war modern movement 'Goed Wonen' (1946-1968). Its Prelude and Aftermath’. In M. Kalm and I. Ruudi (eds), Constructed Happiness: The Domestic Environment in the Cold War Era. Tallinn, Estonian Academy of Arts Proceedings 16: 84-101. PDF

    2005 (met Harry Lintsen)'In Holland staat een huis'. In H. Lintsen et al., Made in Holland: een techniekgeschiedenis van Nederland [1800-2000]. Zutphen: Walburg Pers. Pp. 255-273.

    2005 'A nation under reconstruction never sleeps: The rise and fall of the Dutch wall bed', The Journal of Design History 18, 2: 167-177.

    2004 'Milk bottles and model homes: Strategies of the Dutch Association for Correct Living (1946-1968), The Journal of Architecture 9, 4: 431-443.

    2004 'Alles roze! Hoe Barbie de droomwereld van meisjes kleurde'. In B. Kruijsen (red.), Barbie. Historische opstellen over een droomvrouw. Amsterdam: Aksant. Pp. 26-51. PDF

    2004 'De toekomst is van gisteren. Leren van falende toekomstvoorspellingen'. In M. van Well (red.), Beter bouwen en bewonen: een praktijkgerichte toekomstverkenning. Den Haag: Stichting Toekomstbeeld der Techniek/BEWETON. Pp. 36-46. PDF

    2004 'Geweest' (recensie symposium over de cultuurhistorische waarde van het stoomschip Rotterdam). Nieuwsbrief Stichting Het Nederlandse Interieur 9: 5.

    2003 'Rituels d'habitation au vingtième siècle aux Pays-Bas: l'interprétation d'une anthropologue sociale'. In Béatrice Collignon et Jean-François Staszak (eds), Espaces Domestiques. Construire, habiter, représenter.Paris: Bréal éditions. Pp. 184-196. PDF

    2003 'Your space, or mine? Een antropologisch perspectief op het gedrag van mannen en vrouwen in de openbare ruimte', Atlantis, tijdschrift voor stedenbouw 14, 3: 42-46.

    2003 'Woonhotel Boschzicht: stille getuige van een mislukte revolutie'. Nieuwsbrief Stichting Het Nederlandse Interieur 5: 4-5.

    2003 'Tussen sensatie en restrictie: het ontstaan van de technische consumptiecultuur'. In J. W. Schot, H. W. Lintsen e.a. (red.), Techniek in Nederland in de twintigste eeuw. Deel VII Techniek en modernisering: balans van de twintigste eeuw. Zutphen: Walburg Pers. Pp. 284-308.

    2002 '"Out of my kitchen!" Architecture, gender and domestic efficiency', Journal of Architecture 7, 3: 263-279.

    2002 'Huis van de toekomst werd museumwoning'. Natuur en techniek. Wetenschapsmagazine 70, 1: 65.

    2002 'Only a heartbeat away ... The cultural dialectics of cardiographics'. Medische Antropologie 14, 1: 108-119. PDF

    2002 'Opinie' (Mastboomhuis). Nieuwsbrief Stichting Het Nederlandse Interieur 2: 2.

    2001 (met R. Oldenziel e.a.) 'Het huishouden tussen droom en werkelijkheid: oorlogseconomie in vredestijd, 1945-1963'. In R. Oldenziel en E.S. Houwaart (red.), Techniek in Nederland in de twintigste eeuw. Deel 4: Huishouden & Medische techniek. Zutphen: Walburg Pers. Pp. 103-131.

    2001 'Van villa tot vinex'. In Villa Vinex: Document Nederland. Bart Sorgedrager fotografeert Leidsche Rijn. Tekst Tracy Metz en Irene Cieraad. Amsterdam: Uitgeverij De Verbeelding. Pp. 83-93. PDF

    2001 '"Who is Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue?" Kleur in het interieur', Sigmafoon, vakblad voor de bouw 40, 2: 8-11.

    2001 'Van huis uit.' In Irene Cieraad, Herman Hertzberger, Niek Kemps e.a., Van binnenuit. Interieurarchitectuur in ontwikkeling. Bussum: Uitgeverij Thoth. Pp. 8-20. PDF

    2001 'Scheiding van tafel en bed. Honderd jaar interieur in Assen', Asser Historisch Tijdschrift 11, 3: 1-12.

    2000 'Droomhuizen en luchtkastelen: visioenen van het wonen'. In Jaap Huisman, Irene Cieraad en Karin Gaillard e.a., Honderd jaar wonen in Nederland 1900-2000. Rotterdam: Uitgeverij 010. Pp. 192-231. PDF

    2000 'De gestoffeerde illusie. De ontwikkeling van het twintigste-eeuwse woninginterieur'. In Jaap Huisman, Irene Cieraad en Karin Gaillard e.a., Honderd jaar wonen in Nederland 1900-2000. Rotterdam: Uitgeverij 010. Pp. 44-107 PDF

    2000 'Woonrituelen'. In Jaap Huisman, Irene Cieraad en Karin Gaillard e.a., Honderd jaar wonen in Nederland 1900-2000. Rotterdam: Uitgeverij 010. Pp. 172-191. PDF

    2000 'Wonen in beeld. De betrouwbaarheid van de interieurfoto'. In Barbara Laan et al.(red.), Jaarboek Cuypersgenootschap 2000. Achter gesloten deuren. Bronnen voor interieurhistorisch onderzoek 1800-1950. Rotterdam: Uitgeverij 010. Pp. 36-49. PDF

    1999 At Home: An Anthropology of Domestic Space. New York: Syracuse University Press. Hardcover edition. (2006 Paperback edition)

    1999 'Introduction: Anthropology at Home'. In I. Cieraad (ed.) At Home: An Anthropology of Domestic Space. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. Pp. 1-12.

    1999 'Dutch Windows: Female Virtue and Female Vice'. In I. Cieraad (ed.), At Home: An Anthropology of Domestic Space. New York: Syracuse University Press. Pp. 31-52.

    1999 'Amsterdam binnenstebuiten. 100 jaar interieur in het familiefotoalbum'. Ons Amsterdam 51, 1: 34-55.

    1998 'Het huishouden tussen droom en daad. Over de toekomst van de keuken.’In Ruth Oldenziel en Carolien Bouw (red.), Schoon genoeg. Huisvrouwen en huishoudtechnologie in Nederland 1898-1998. Nijmegen: SUN. Pp. 31-58 PDF

    1998 'Wassen, drogen strijken. Een beeldverhaal.' In Ruth Oldenziel en Carolien Bouw (red.), Schoon genoeg. Huisvrouwen en huishoudtechnologie in Nederland 1898-1998. Nijmegen: SUN. Pp. 159-174. PDF

    1998 'De naaimachine in beeld. Over kleermakers, naaisters en modemaaksters.' In Ruth Oldenziel en Carolien Bouw (red.), Schoon genoeg. Huisvrouwen en huishoudtechnologie in Nederland 1898-1998. Nijmegen: SUN. Pp. 197-230. PDF

    1998 recensie: 'Ware fictie. Een experiment in antropologie en literatuur.Daniël Meyer (red.)'. Tijdschrift voor literatuurwetenschap 3, 2: 155-157.

    1997 'Nederland: een bewoond gordijn. Een symbolische analyse van de rol van     het gordijn in het Nederlandse interieur'. Textiel-historische bijdragen (themanummer 'Textiel in huis: interieur- en huishoudtextiel in Nederland')  37: 12-40. PDF

    1997 'Vrouw en venster. Een Nederlandse geschiedenis van eerbaarheid.’Tijdschrift voor vrouwenstudies (themanummer 'De zij-kant van architectuur') 18, 2: 110-135.

    1996 De elitaire verbeelding van volk en massa; een studie over cultuur. 2nd edition. Tilburg: Tilburg University Press.

    1995 'A celebration of differences: An analysis of the decor of boys' and girls' bedrooms. Vrijetijd en Samenleving13, 3/4: 63-79.

    1994 'Een eigen huis, een plek onder de zon...' Rooilijn, tijdschrift voor wetenschap en beleid in de ruimtelijke ordening 27, 10: 456-461.

    1993 'De massa als vijandbeeld van cultuur'. In A.J.J. van Breemen et al., Denken over cultuur; gebruik en misbruik van een concept. Heerlen: Open Universiteit. Pp. 377-408. PDF

    1991 'Traditional folk and industrial masses'. In R. Corbey & J.Th. Leerssen (eds), Alterity, Identity, Image: Selves and Others in Society and Scholarship. Amsterdam/Atlanta,GA: Rodopi. Pp. 17-36 PDF

    1988 De elitaire verbeelding van volk en massa; een studie over cultuur. 1st edition. Muiderberg: Uitgeverij Coutinho.

    1983 recensie: 'De held in het oorlogsmuseum; en andere beschouwingen over populaire cultuur'. Neerlands Volksleven 33, 3: 275-281.

    1981 'Ik kan het hier verder wel vergeten!'. Pituri 3: 8-15.

    1980 'Een kwestie van eer en schande. Nieuwjaarsborden in Tietjerk: een recentgebruik'. Volkskundig Bulletin 6, 2: 93-127.

    1979 Weven in Lirima; een studie over weefselvervaardiging door een indianen-gemeenschap in de Chileense Andes. Amsterdam: Private publication.

    1979 De ceinturen van Lirima. Eemnes: Samenwerkingsverband Hooglandindianen. Reprint

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  • Mark Pimlott - Publications

    Forthcoming: The Public Interior as Idea and Project, Jap Sam books: Heijningen 2015

     

    2015

    ‘Picturing territories’, in Hans Gremmen, ed. Edges of the Experiment: the making of the American landscape Fw:books: Amsterdam 2015: 21-40

     

    2014
    ‘Pasticcio: A medley of some twentieth-century Belgian architecture’, in OASE 92: Conventions NAi publishers: Rotterdam 2014: 162-168

     

    2013

    ‘Restaurant Puck, Pip and PS’ in Christoph Grafe, ed. Restaurants and Bars (London: Routledge, 2013)

    ‘Between everywhere, connecting everything, and nowhere’, in Ed Hollis, ed. IDEA Journal 2013: Unbecoming (IDEA: Auckland, 2013)

    ‘Modernist anachronism: Trades Union Congress Memorial Building, London’, in Tom Avermaete, Salomon Frousto, Max Risselada, eds. Twelve Institutional and Public 

    ‘Exploring West’ Jurjen Zeinstra, Tom Vanderputte, eds. Amsterdam Places Architectura & Natura: Amsterdam 2013

    ‘Vertical Cities: the Shard and other horizons’ Grand Tour, May 2013

    ‘Restaurant Puck, Pip and PS’ Christoph Grafe, ed. Restaurants and Bars Routledge: London, 2013

     

    2012

    ‘Paramount, New York: interior design by Philippe Starck’, in Tom Avermaete, Anne Massey, eds. Hotel Lobbies and Lounges: the architecture of professional hospitality Routledge: London, 2012 

    ‘It’s not about ‘art’ or ‘design’, it’s about space and a place’, with Robert Preece, in International Sculpture Centre blog, 26 December 2012. Washington URL

    'Interiority complex' (interview with Arjen Oosterman and Brendan Cormier), in Volume 33: Interiors Autumn 2012: 39-43. PDF

    'Hélène Binet: Photographs as space', in Hélène Binet: Composing Space (Phaidon: London, 2012)

    'Voices echoing in empty rooms', in Building Design 15 June 2012. London

    “Natural Antagonism: notes on colour or architecture” in: Alex Landrum and Ed Whitakker, editors (Wunderkammer Press: Bath, 2012): pp 22-37. ISBN 978-0-9566462-1-7 PDF

     

    2011

    ‘Jeanne d’architecture: or, Phyllis Lambert and the love of architecture’, in Christoph Grafe, David de Bruijn, Job Floris, Gus Tielens, Madeleine Maaskant, eds. Oase 83: commissioningarchitecture, NAi: Rotterdam, (2011) PDF

    In passing: Mark Pimlott photographs. Jap Sam Books: Heijningen, (2010)

     

    2010

    'Notes on the very extensive or continuous interior', in Imma Forino, Luca Basso Peressut, Gennaro Postiglione, Roberto Rizzi, eds. Interior Wor(l)ds. Umberto Allemandi &C: Milano, (2010)

    ‘Only within,’ in Gini Lee, ed. IDEA Journal 2009. Interior territories: exposing the critical interior. Queensland University of Technology: Brisbane, (2010)

    Interview: 'Mark Pimlott + Tony Fretton Architects’. Hans Ulrich Obrist, Institute of the Twenty-First Century. Venezia, 2010 URL

    ‘Interior Arcadias'. Esmé Valk. ADA Rotterdam. Den Haag, 2010. URL

     

    2009

    'Colour or architecture,’ in Susanne Komossa, Kees Rouw, Joost Hillen, eds. Colour in contemporary architecture. SUN uitgeverij: Nijmegen, (2009)

     

    2008

    'Urban debris. An interview with Bas Princen,’ in Mechthild Stuhlmacher, Anne Holtrop eds. Oase76: On context/specificity. NAi publishers Rotterdam (2008)

    ‘From detail to city’ Mark Pimlott, Femke Bakker, eds. biq. BIQ: Rotterdam, (2008)

    ‘The Continuous interior: infrastructure for publicity and control,’ in Harvard Design Magazine Fall (2008), pp 75-86, Cambridge MA

     

    2007

    'Without and within' essays on territory and the interior, Rotterdam: episode. (2007)

    'Place Ville-Marie, Montreal’ on artdesigncafe URL

    ‘Grand Louvre’, on artdesigncafe URL

    'Le Corbusier’, on artdesigncafe URL

    ‘Mies van der Rohe’, on artdesigncafe URL

    ‘Puck & Pip: design by Mark Pimlott’, on artdesigncafe URL

    ‘Frank Lloyd Wright & Broadacre City’, on artdesigncafe URL

    ‘George Pullman & Pullman, Chicago, Illinois’ on artdesigncafe URL

    ‘George Pullman & Pullman, Chicago, Illinois’ on artdesigncafe URL

    ‘Rockefeller Center & the 1939 World’s Fair’, on artdesigncafe URL

    ‘Boutique and mass-market’ in Leontine de Wit; David Vernet, eds. Boutiques and other retail spaces: the architecture of seduction. London: Routledge

    ‘Splügen Bräu Beerhouse-restaurant/ Milan 1960/ Achille Castiglione’ in Christoph Grafe, ed. Bars and cafés: living in public. London: Routledge

    ‘Things, other things: on Hild und K architekten’ in 2G: Hild und K. Barcelona: Gustavo Gili

    2006

    'The condition of publicity’ in Anneke Abhelakh et al, eds. Bulletin no. 01/2006, pp 43-50 (Rotterdam: NAi publishers, 2006)

    ‘Being in Places’ in Deborah Hauptmann, ed. The Body in Architecture, pp 266-277 (Rotterdam: NAi publishers, 2006)

     

    2004

    ‘A city of small things: John Glew in Herne Hill’ in Architecture Today 152 October 2004 London pp 34-43

    ‘A modest exchange (on DUS architecten)’ in  Angst en Ruimte, pp 54-78 (Rotterdam: NAi publishers, 2004)

    ‘Ornament and picture-making’ in Christoph Grafe; Mark Pimlott; Mechthild Stuhlmacher, eds. Oase 65, pp 6-27 (Rotterdam: NAi publishers, 2004)

    ‘Ornament and picture-making’ in Christoph Grafe; Mark Pimlott; Mechthild Stuhlmacher, eds. Oase 65, pp 6-27 (Rotterdam: NAi publishers, 2004)

     

    2003

    ‘Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen’ in Scroope 15 Cambridge University journal of architecture 2003, pp 81-86

    ‘Method acting’ in Hunch 6 Berlage Institute of Architecture, pp 387-389 (Rotterdam: Episode publishers, 2003)

    ‘The Norman conquest’ in Building Design 21 November 2003 London pp 12-15

     

    2002

    ‘Cornelis van Dalem/ Terribilità', in Over Helden Schurken en Hadewijch/ Het Geheugen van een Stad. (Breda: P pers, 2002)

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  • Jurjen Zeinstra - Publications

     

    2014   
    ‘Stijlkamers / Modern period rooms’ Delft Architectural Studies on Housing 10 (to be published) co-editor
     
    2013   
    Amsterdam Places; Interiors, Buildings and Cities, Amsterdam, 2013 editor
    ‘Introduction’ (with C. Grafe) in: J. Zeinstra (ed) Amsterdam Places; Interiors, Buildings and Cities, Amsterdam, 2013, p. 9-22 PDF
    ‘Reflections over the IJ; interview with Jan de Vylder’ in: J. Zeinstra (ed) Amsterdam Places; Interiors, Buildings and Cities, Amsterdam 2013, p.123-133 PDF
    ‘A View without Scenery; Amsterdam Nieuw-West drawn by Van Eesteren’ in: J. Zeinstra (ed) Amsterdam Places; Interiors, Buildings and Cities, Amsterdam 2013, p.185-196 PDF
    ‘Shops and Stores in Slotermeer; Planning the Public Domain in a Modernist District’ in: J. Zeinstra (ed) Amsterdam Places; Interiors, Buildings and Cities, Amsterdam 2013, p.217-236 PDF


    2008   
    ‘Houses of the Future’ in OASE 75, (English translation)

    2007   
    ‘Niban Kan, Tokyo (1970)’ in C. Grafe and F. Bollerey (ed) Cafes and Bars, The Architecture of Public Display PDF

    2005   
    ‘Landhuis Wijnands, Heerlen 1919, Frits Peutz’ in: W. Wilms Floet(ed)  Het ontwerp van het kleine woonhuisEen plandocumentatie
    “Lights on the office”, in: New visions on Dynamic Lighting

    1997
    'Mobile homes & steady hearts' in Leefstijlen; Wonen in de 21ste eeuw, Arnold Reijndorp, Vincent Kompier, Luit de Haas (red), NAI Rotterdam, 1997


    1996
    'Tellen en tekenen': Themajaar Architectuuronderwijs, NAI Rotterdam, 1996
    Rapportage Toetsingscommissie Architectuuronderwijs , commissioned by Stichting bureau architectenregister, Den Haag

    1995
    'Seal your face, seal your room, seal your world', in Forum (Comfort), Amsterdam         
    editorship Forum, architectural magazine

    1994
    'Het wereldbewustzijn van Richard Buckminster Fuller', OASE  41 (Wereldontwerp), Nijmegen
    editorship Forum, architectural magazine

    1992
    'Houses of the Future', OASE  32 (Sixties), Nijmegen

    1987-1994
    Editorship OASE, architectural magazine

    1989
    co-editor ‘Functioneel Ontwerpen; Ontwikkeling en toepassing van het doelmatigheidsbeginsel in de architectuur’ , Delft, 1989

    1988
    'Het rode laboratorium; architectuuronderwijs te Moskou in de twintiger jaren', OASE  22 (Architectural education), Delft

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Selected Publications

  • Chair of Interiors Buildings Cities

    • 2013

    • Studio №1: LIBRARY   Studio №1 LIBRARY
      You can read and download Studio No1: Library here You can order Studio No1: Library here   Texts by Tony Fretton, Mark Pimlott, Daniel Rosbottom, Mechthild Stuhlmacher, Eireen Schreurs, Dirk Somers Works by Guangjie Xue, Davey van Giesen, Petra Sejkorova, Tom Radenz, Nadine Spielmann, Bart van der Zalm, Taja Bencina   This Studio booklet is the first in a series of compact publications that present the teaching and research of the Department of Architecture at TU Delft in the Netherlands. The STUDIO series begins with a number of issues on teaching positions and investigates the connection between positions and didactics of the Chairs. Concept & Editing: Eireen Schreurs >>
  • ir. Susanne Pietsch

    • 2015

    • On the Architecture of Youth Centres
      Susanne Pietsch, Andreas Mueller (eds.) “In this house the walls will teach” declared the Soviet news agency Pravda at the inauguration of the Moscow Palace of Young Pioneers in 1962. This statement casually formulates a recurring motif in the history of architecture for youth: the claim to educate through the built environment. Young people were considered ideal targets for this approach of social constructivism due to their ambivalent status as objects of social rights but not yet subjects of political rights. The organisation of youth centres around leisure time activities partially concealed their educational goals and consequently made them all the more pervasive. The pedagogical power of their architecture is found not only in design but also in modes of using, appropriating and inhabiting them. Containing 14 essays and 25 case studies, this book traces the manifestations of the idea of pedagogical architecture of youth centres throughout the 20th century. With contributions by
      Susanne Pietsch and Andreas Mueller (editors/introduction), Tom Avermaete, Marina van den Bergen, Dolf Broekhuizen, Peter Blundell Jones, Matthias Donath, Jennifer Mack, Marco di Nallo, Susan Reid, Sue Robertson, Piet Vollaard About the editors
      Andreas Mueller works as an architect in Berlin. He is founder and co-publisher of the magazine An Architektur and was teaching Urban Design at HafenCity University Hamburg. Present he is Professor for exhibition design at the Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design.Within the Kooperative für Darstellungspolitik he designs exhibitions and display concepts for public spaces. Susanne Pietsch is trained as an interior architect and architect. Her practice is based in Rotterdam. She has taught at Trier University of Applied Sciences and the University of Buenos Aires, where she also conducted research on the spatial effects of self-organized social and cultural institutions on the public domain. Since 2006 she has been engaged at the Architecture Faculty of the TU Delft as a teacher and coordinator in the Chair of the Architecture of the Interior. >>
  • Mark Pimlott

    • 2015

    • This Fall Jap Sam Books will publish a new book by Mark Pimlott. The Public Interior as Idea and Project will be a follow up of Without and Within: essays on territory and the interior The idea of this new publication by Mark Pimlott orginates from a series of lectures given to students of the course ' The Architecture of the Interior' at Delft University of Technology. As the public interior dominates the experience of public environments in our time -- realms currently dominated by infrastructure or commercial interests --- its consideration is essential for all those involved in their making and use. The public interior, as a place in the World for people to be themselves with others, has been designed, and is thus inscribed within culture and its ideas. It seems very important to attend to and discuss these ideas of the public interior––congruous with those of architecture––as they have been embodied within it, across time and function.  >>
    • 2007

    • The richly illustrated book Without and within: essays on territory and the interior contains a series of essays that trace a thread of ideas, images and projections that connect the American territory as conceived by Thomas Jefferson to the contemporary continuous interior environment ubiquitous in public experience. It is a story of ideas contained therein, their implementation and their consequences. In the United States in the nineteenth century, the territorialisation of the American West–– enormous, conceptually empty, potentially redemptive––established an 'American space' that in the twenty-first century remains the scene that situates, defines and relates the full array of infrastructures, buildings and interiors that are the settings for public and private life. Developments of the new American city articulated implicit aspects of Jefferson's ideology and its instruments, and nurtured the mythology of American nature. The American city also borrowed and adapted innovations from the industrialised European metropolis, whose proposed relations between technology, display, spectacle and the public all had an enormous impact on its fiercely individualistic and competitive counterpart. The characteristics of the American city of the post-war period––dispersed over huge regions, figured with motorway networks, automobiles, tract houses, shopping malls, regional corporate offices, derelict downtowns and their corresponding interiorised networks and spectacles––can all be seen as part of an ideological and historical continuum. All of its constituents are interdependent, deeply embedded in the American consciousness. The most common type of contemporary large-scale space––with which almost everyone who has walked through a shopping mall, an international airport or the entrance area of a major museum is familiar––embodies aspects of the corporate lobby, the winter garden, the shopping mall and the transport terminal concourse. In such spaces, representations of complex ideas exchanged between America and Europe––including ideas of social and capitalist utopias alike––have been incorporated and mastered. With such mastery, these environments assert their hegemony, and so find applicability everywhere. The self-sufficiency of such environments habitually negates the existence of a World without, which is reduced to that domain from which people who will submit to the interior are captured. As a consequence of American cultural and economic hegemony, such spaces are becoming representative of interiors experienced by the mass in Europe and beyond, who occupy them under the impression that they are not a mass, but a public. >>
  • ir. Dirk Somers

    • 2015

    • The Dutch-Belgian teaching team Merijn Muller and Dirk Somers of Bovenbouw architecten and Johannes Robbrecht have recognized the theme of the dolls' house as a valuable architectural assignment. Dolls' houses are an ideal testing ground. They offer a controlled universe, in which the only context is a cultural one, and even that can be manipulated. With a number of idiosyncratic references, provided by the teachers, students of the universities of Delft and Ghent went to work in two consecutive studios. The models were the exclusive products of the studio's, no plans were drawn, no images produced.  This publication documents both studio's and the thoughts that went into them.  >>
  • ir. Jurjen Zeinstra

    • 2015

    • More than half the people of the world live in cities, a percentage that continues to rise. Amsterdam, home to 180 nationalities, is hailed as an urban success story and ranked as one of the most liveable cities in the world. Yet the evolution and regeneration of Amsterdam’s urban space is one of the city’s constant – and controversial – major challenges.

      What spatial solutions best respond to Amsterdam’s dynamic demographics? Improve its social, economic and cultural contexts? Fulfil its population’s ever-changing requirements? For over a decade, the TU Delft architectural design programme Interiors, Buildings and Cities has run a series of research studios investigating three Amsterdam districts that are undergoing rapid and contested structural change: the abundantly green, postwar expanses of multicultural Nieuw-West; fragmented and edgy, post-industrial Noord, and the charismatic, yet increasingly affluent and exclusive historic Centrum. This book charts their findings in a collection of twenty, thought-provoking essays by multi-specialists involved in the research studios. Historical perspectives, research and informed description and debate on the past, present and future of these three districts raise topical issues relevant to cities worldwide. >>