Autonoom: Carel Weeber, architect
Written by Wouter Vanstiphout
Edited by Hans Ibelings
Autonoom: Carel Weeber is a detailed architect’s biography and a richly illustrated architectural monograph, bringing together life and work of Weeber. According to Vanstiphout, the common thread in this story is “that from the beginning of his professional career, Carel Weeber consciously adopted the attitude of an outsider and paradoxically, through the almost theatrical elaboration of this attitude, has had a great influence on Dutch architecture and its institutions.” The biography will be published in Dutch this Fall.
is a Dutch architectural historian in Montreal. He is the author of a number of books on modern and contemporary architecture and teaches at the University of Toronto.
is the co-founder of Crimson Historians & Urbanists, one of the most original minds in the world of Dutch architectural culture, and one of its sharpest writers.
is a designer in Rotterdam, working on a variety of two and three-dimensional projects: from logos to books and furniture.