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Herman Hertzberger explains his idea that architecture should not impress the user, but accommodate through the use of ordinary...

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November 4, 1981 | Video Lecturer:

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Herman Hertzberger explains his idea that architecture should not impress the user, but accommodate through the use of ordinary elements rather than extraordinary shapes. He offers three scenes from India as examples of beauty achieved by accommodating the needs of the users in specific situations. To Hertzberger, these examples are proof that the small things matter most in design.