Additional sources
The list of additional reading
Please note that the list is not obligatory for the course. This is some recommended reading compiled by our speakers in case you want to dive deeper into the topics that we cover in our lectures.

LITERATURE (general)
1. Dutch Design in de 21ste Eeuw: Hands On! by Jeroen Junte (2012)
2. False Flat: Why Dutch Design is so good by Aaron Betsky
3. Double Dutch: Dutch Architecture since 1985 by Bernard Hulsman
4. Design Denken & Doen by Patrick van der Pijl and Erik Prins (2018)
5. Think Dutch conceptual architecture and design in the Netherlands by David Keuning and Jeroen Junte (2013)
6. Design NL De Kracht Van Dutch Design by Aaron Betsky (2008)
7. Dutch Design Van De 20Ste Eeuw by Toon Lauwen (2004)
8. Dutch Design: A History by Mienke Simon Thomas (2008)
9. Goed in vorm. 100 jaar ontwerpen in the Netherlands by Mienke Simon Thomas (2008)
10. De toekomst van architectuur in 100 gebouwen by Marc Kushner
11. S, M, L, XL by Rem Koolhaas
12. Delirious New York by Rem Koolhaas
13. Elements of architecture by Rem Koolhaas
14. 101 things I learned about architecture by Matthew Frederick
15. Simply Droog by Droog Design (2004)
16. Superdutch by Bart Lootsma
17. Changemakers by Annemartine van Kesteren
18. A thousand things about Holland by Charlotte Dematons
19. Design Van De 20Ste Eeuw by Catherine MacDermott
20. Design geschiedenis van design en de invloed van stromingen en stijlen op de hedendaagse vormgeving by Lakshmi Bhaskaran
21. The Role of Urban Green Space in Promoting Inclusion: Experiences From the Netherlands by Wim De Haas, Jan Hassink, and Marian Stuiver

Books by Stefan Al
Supertall: How the World's Tallest Buildings are Reshaping our Cities and Our Lives
Beyond Mobility: Planning Cities for People and Places
Adapting Cities to Sea Level Rise: Green and Gray Strategies
The Strip: Las Vegas and the Architecture of the American Dream
Villages in the City: A Guide to South China's Informal Settlements
Mall City: Hong Kong's Dreamworlds of Consumption
Factory Towns of South China: An Illustrated Guidebook
Macau and the Casino Complex

Useful links
Event Material District Utrecht
CreativeHolland | Design is a cooperation of the Dutch government, knowledge and private partners working in creative industries. Their website has plenty of information on developments
Archief News - Dutch Design Foundation is one of the driving forces in the field of design in the Netherlands
Dutch Design Week is the biggest annual event in the field of the Dutch design
Dutch Design Awards: the annual awards for designers based or schooled in the Netherlands
Het Nieuwe Instituut: Architecture, Design and Digital Сulture is an institute that facilitates the exchange of knowledge and encourages debate about architecture, design, digital culture and the life of the future. It also offers fellowships for people who choose to work in these fields.
The Creative Industries Fund is a fund that supports projects in the fields of architecture, design and digital culture. A part of its fund is allocated specifically to internationalisation, on some occasions foreign designers can also benefit from the programme if they cooperate with Dutch parties
◦ Designers with artistic ambitions can consider applying for a residency at Rijksakademie, the Jan van Eyck Academie, De Appel Amsterdam or another residency programme of which Dutch Culture manages the national section of the TransArtists database
◦ Hema, a well-known chain of shops that have been labelled as the embodiment of Dutch design, every year organises a design contest. The winning objects (chosen by both a professional jury and the larger public) are sold in the shops in the upcoming year