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Louis van Gasteren, Joke Meerman Long documentary - 2012 - 75 min.

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In 1960, Louis van Gasteren’s Een nieuw dorp op nieuw land was released, about the design and construction of the village of Nagele in the North-East Polder. The film turned out to be historiographical. Nagele is globally known for its daring, contemporary architecture. The young architects from De 8 and Opbouw (including Van Eyck and Rietveld) planned a village characterised by flat rooftops and a spatial lay-out. The architects wanted to connect ‘inside’ with ‘outside’ to achieve the highest quality of living and residing. Fifty years later, Van Gasteren wonders if the village still ‘satisfies’ current demands. He asks architects, residents and administrators what has changed over the last fifty years and how they see the future.

Credits

Production Company
Director of Photography
Kester Dixon
Mario van den Dungen
Peter Brugman
Editing
Ilja Lammers
Sound Design
Ilja Lammers
Sound on Set
Flip van den Dungen
Otto Horsch
Visual Effects
Chris Vermaas
Chin-Lien Chen
Distribution
Production Country
Netherlands