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Benoemingsdatum 01-03-1993
Oratiedatum 02-02-1995
Profiel

 

Konrad Ottenheym is professor of architectural history at Utrecht University, The Netherlands, and member of the Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences. He is a specialist on Dutch seventeenth-century architecture, its sources in the Italian renaissance and its influence in Europe.  He is author of various monographs on Dutch architects of the Golden Age, Philips Vingboons, Pieter Post and Jacob van Campen, as well as on the influence of Italian architectural treatises in seventeenth-century Dutch architecture. He has cooperated in the English editions (Architectura et Natura Publishers, 2004 and 2007) of Vincenzo Scamozzi’s treatise L’Idea della architettura universale, the main handbook on classical design theories in seventeenth-century Holland. He is coauthor with Krista De Jonge (Belgium) of Unity and Discontinuity, Architectural Relationships between the Southern and Northern Low Countries 1530-1700 (Brepols Publishers, 2007). In 2013 they published The Low Countries at the Cross Roads. Netherlandish Architecture as an Export Product in Early Modern Europe (1480-1680), a book on the contributions of Netherlandish architects and sculptors to the architecture elsewhere in Europe in the sixteenth and seventeenth century.

In 2010-2015 he participated at the ESF networking program PALATIUM on residential architecture in early modern Europe (www.courtresidences.eu). In 2014-2016 together with Karl Enenkel (Univ. of Münster, Germany) he chaired the reserach program 'The Quest for an Appropriate Past.Literature, Architecture, Art and the Creation of National Identities in Early Modern Europe (c.1400–1700)', financed by the Dutch Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Konrad Ottenheym contributed to various architectural exhibitions, in 1997 in Hamburg (Germany), in 1999 and 2004 in Vicenza (Italy) and in 2000 in Washington DC, and in 1995, 2002 and 2010 in the Royal Palace of Amsterdam. 

 

Current Functions

 2006 -  , director of the Dutch post-graduate school for art history (Onderzoekschool Kunstgeschiedenis).

2013 - , member of the Advisory Council of the 'Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte', Munich (Germany).

2015 -, member of the 'Residenzen-Kommision' of the Academy of Sciences at Göttingen (Germany).

Member of the board of  the Hendrick de Keyser Society (Vereniging Hendrick de Keyser).

Member of the Council (raad van toezicht) of the Stichting Monumentenbezit (SMB).

 

 Academic stay abroad

2016, Spring: scholar in residence at the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR)

2015, Spring: scholar in residence at the Dutch Institute for Art History in Florence (NIKI)

2009, Spring: visiting professor Rutgers University (NJ), USA

2004, Febr.-June: Fellow/ visiting professor at the Centro Internazionale di Studi di Architettura ‘Andrea Palladio’, Vicenza (I)

 

Research projects funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific research (NWO):

2014-2016 'The Quest for an Apporopriate Past. Literature, Architecture, Art and the Creation of National Identities in Early Modern Europe (c.1400–1700)'. A research networking program financed by the Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen (Royal Netherlands Academy of Art and Sciences).

2010-  2015 Member of the steering committee of  the ‘PALATIUM’- project (a Research Networking Programme of the European Science Foundation).

2006- 2010: The Low Countries at the cross roads. Netherlandish architecture as an export product in early modern Europe (1480-1680), in cooperation with prof dr. Krista De Jonge, KU Leuven. Financed by NWO.

 2005-2008: ‘Public Buildings in Early Modern Europe’, in cooperation with the Centre Chastel of the Sorbonne (Paris-IV) : a series of three international conferences (Paris 2005, Utrecht 2006 and 2008). Financed by NWO.

2002-2006: Passion and Control,  a project on eighteenth-century urban building administration in the Low Countries, in cooperation with prof.dr. A. van der Woud (VU/ RU Groningen) and dr. F.H. Schmidt (VU).Financed by NWO.

1996-2000: Unity and Discontinuity. Architectural relationships between the Southern and Northern Low Countries 1530-1700, in cooperation with prof.dr. Krista De Jonge (KU Leuven). Financed by NWO.

 

Key publications

Karl Enenkel, Koen Ottenheym, Oudheid als ambitie. De zoektocht naar een passend verleden 1400-1700, Nijmegen 2017 (349 pags.).

K.A. Ottenheym, 'Proportional Design Systems in Seventeenth-Century Holland', Architectural Histories, vol. 2, no. 1 (2014), [ https://journal.eahn.org/articles/10.5334/ah.bj/ ]

K.A. Ottenheym, K. De Jonge (eds.), The Low Countries at the Crossroads. Netherlandish Architecture as an Export Product in Early Modern Europe (1480-1680), Turnhout 2013 (514 pags.)

K.A. Ottenheym, Schoonheid op Maat. Vincent Scamozzi en de architectuur van de Gouden Eeuw, Amsterdam 2010.

 K.A. Ottenheym, K. De Jonge, M. Chatenet (eds.), Public Buildings in Early Modern Europe, Turnhout 2010.

 K.A. Ottenheym, ‘Vincenzo Scamozzi’s Classical Orders, an Introduction to Book VI of L’Idea della Architettura Universale’, in: P. Garvin, K.A. Ottenheym, W. Vroom, Vincenzo Scamozzi, Venetian Architect. The Idea of a Universal Architecture VI. The Architectural Orders and their Application, Amsterdam 2008, (361 pags.) pp. 9-43.

 K. De Jonge, K.A. Ottenheym, Unity and Discontinuity. Architectural Realationships between the Southern and Northern Low Countries (1530-1700), Turnhout 2007 (425 pages).

 K. Bosma. A. Mekking, K. Ottenheym, A. van der Woud (red.), Bouwen in Nederland 600-2000, Zwolle/Amsterdam 2007;

 K.A. Ottenheym, ‘Dutch Contributions to the Classicist Tradition in Northern Europe in the Seventeenth Century: Patrons, Architects and Books’, Scandinavian Journal of History 28 (2003), pp.227-242.

 K.A. Ottenheym, ‘Amsterdam 1700: urban space and public buildings’, in: H. A. Millon (ed.), Circa 1700: Architecture in Europe and the Americas (CASVA Studies in the History of Art 66), National Gallery of Art, Washington/ Yale University Press, New Haven/ London 2005, pp.118-137.

 K.A. Ottenheym, `Fürsten, Architekten und Lehrbücher. Wege der holländischen Baukunst nach Brandenburg im 17. Jahrhundert.' in: H. Lademacher (red.), Onder den Oranje boom. Dynastie in der Republik. Das Haus Oranien-Nassau als Vermittler niederländischer Kultur in deutschen Territorien im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert, München 1999, pp.287-198, 460-462.

 J. Huisken, K.A. Ottenheym, G. Schwartz (red.), Jacob van Campen. Het klassieke ideaal in de Gouden Eeuw, Amsterdam 1995;

 

 

 

 

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Alle publicaties
  2016 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (2016). De Tempel van Salomon de Braij. In Eddy Schavemaker, Everhard Korthals Altes, Jonathan Bikker & Erik Hinterding (Eds.), Gij zult niet feestbundelen. 34 Bijdragen voor Peter Hecht (pp. 148-159) (12 p.). Zwolle: Waanders.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2016). Ein Storch und zwei Löwen. Den Haag als Regierungssitz und Prinzenresidenz in der ersten Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts. In Gerhard Fouquet, Jan Hirschbiegel & Sven Rabeler (Eds.), Residenzenstädte der Vormoderne. Umrisse eines europäischen Phänomens - 1. Symposium des Projekts 'Residenzstädte im Alten Reich (1300-1800)' der Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen. Kiel, 13.-16. September 2014. (pp. 429-452) (24 p.). Ostfildern: Jan Thorbecke Verlag.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2016). Some obscured sources for Scamozzi's system of the Five Orders. Annali di Architettura, 27 (2015), (pp. 89-96) (8 p.).
Ottenheym, K.A. (2016). 'The best and most competent at observing proportion'. Scamozzi's posthumous success in 17th-century Holland. In Franco Barbieri, Maria Elisa Avagnina & Paolo Sanvito (Eds.), Vincenzo Scamozzi, teorico Europeo (pp. 194-213) (20 p.). Vicenza: Accademia Olipica.
  2016 - Overige resultaten
K.A. Ottenheym (10-06-2016) Ascending into Light.? Staircases in Dutch 17th-C. Palaces
K.A. Ottenheym (29-09-2016) Co-organiser (with Karl Enenkel)
K.A. Ottenheym (18-06-2016) co-organiser and speaker. paper: The ‘pagan’ origin of centralised churches
K.A. Ottenheym (10-10-2016) paper: Steinimport - Stilexport? Zu Fragen nach einem Zusammenhang zwischen Baumateriallogistik und Stilwandel.
K.A. Ottenheym (29-09-2016) The Medieval Roots of Dutch Cities, Expressed in 17th-Century Architecture
  2015 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Hurx, M. & Ottenheym, K.A. (2015). “To see its form considerably better”. Architectural models in the Low Countries, 1500-1700. In R. Tassin & S. Frommel (Eds.), Les maquettes d’architecture - fonction et évolution d’un instrument de conception et de réalisation (pp. 219-230). Rome/Paris: Picard.
Ottenheym, K.A. & Boggild Johannsen, Birgitte (2015). Beyond Scylla and Charybdis - European Courts and Court Residences outside Habsburg and Valois/Bourbon Territories 1500-1700. (358 p.). Copenhagen: University Press of Southern Denmark / The National Museum of Denmark.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2015). Scottish Renaissance Architecture: Some Reflections at the End of the Day. Architectural Heritage, 26 (1), (pp. 157-162) (6 p.).
Ottenheym, K.A. (2015). The Attractive Flavour of the Past - Combining new Concepts for Ecclesiastical Buildings with References to Tradition in Seventeenth-Century Holland. In Jan Harasimowicz (Eds.), Protestantischer Kirchenbau der Frühen Neuzeit in Europa. Grundlagen und neue Forschungskonzepte - Protestant Church Architecture in Early Modern Europe. Fundamentals and New Research Approaches (pp. 99-114) (16 p.). Regensburg: Schnell u. Steiner.
  2015 - Overige resultaten
K.A. Ottenheym (15-10-2015) Co-organisor and speaker. paper: The medieval roots of Dutch cities, expressed in 17th-century architecture
K.A. Ottenheym (28-05-2015) oco-organiser and speaker. paper: 17th-Century theories on Roman fortifications along the Northern limes: between Brittenburg and Xanten
K.A. Ottenheym (05-03-2015) paper: Between Paris and London. The Seventeenth-Century Residences of the House of Orange
K.A. Ottenheym (12-06-2015) paper: Some obscured sources for Scamozzi's system of the Five Orders in Book VI
  2014 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, Koen (2014). Architects without Borders - Migration of architects and architectural ideas in Europe 1400-1700. (132 p.). Mantova: il Rio.
Ottenheym, Koen (2014). De architectuur en de bouwgeschiedenis van het Mauritshuis, 1633-1644. In Quentin Buvelot (Eds.), Mauritshuis. Het gebouw (pp. 19-53) (34 p.). Waanders/ Mauritshuis.
Ottenheym, Koen (2014). Living apart together? Apartment systems of the Dutch seventeenth-century elite. In Monique Chatenet & Krista De Jonge (Eds.), Le prince, la princesse et leurs logis - Manières d'habiter dans l'élite aristocratique européenee (1400-1700) (pp. 327-340) (13 p.). Paris: Picard.
Ottenheym, Koen (2014). Migration of architects and architecturel ideas in late medieval and early modern Europe - Introduction. In Koen Ottenheym (Eds.), Architects without borders - Migration of architects and architectural ideas in Europe 1400-1700 (pp. 7-13) (6 p.). Mantova: il Rio.
Ottenheym, Koen (2014). Proportional Design Systems in Seventeenth-Century Holland. Architectural Histories, 2 (1).
Ottenheym, Koen (2014). The architecture and building history of the Mauritshuis, 1633-1644. In Quentin Buvelot (Eds.), Mauritshuis. The Building (pp. 19-53) (34 p.). The Hague/Zwolle: Waanders/ Mauritshuis.
  2014 - Overige resultaten
K.A. Ottenheym (14-11-2014) "The Eldest Manner of Building". The Quest for the True Origins of Architecture in the Dutch Republic
K.A. Ottenheym (16-09-2014) Den Haag als Residenzstadt im 17. Jahrhundert: Staat, Hof und Höflinge
K.A. Ottenheym (27-11-2014) organisation and introduction paper
K.A. Ottenheym (19-06-2014) Session chair 'Fortified Palaces in Early Modern Europe 1400-1700'
K.A. Ottenheym (17-10-2014) The Admiral and his Villa
  2013 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (2013). Architectura Moderna à Amsterdam. Hendrick De Keyser et les nouvelles inventions à l'antique 1600-1625. In M. Chatenet (Eds.), Le Génie du Lieu. La réception du langage classique en Europe (1540-1650). Sélection, Interpretation, Invention (pp. 163-174) (12 p.). Paris: Picard.
Ottenheym, K.A. & De Jonge, K. (2013). Conclusions. Shifts in Time and Place. In K.A. Ottenheym & K. De Jonge (Eds.), The Low Countries at the Crossroads. Netherlandish Architecture as an Export Product (pp. 431-439) (9 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2013). Foreign Architects in the Low Countries and the Use of Prints and Books. In K.A. Ottenheym & K. de Jonge (Eds.), The Low Countries at the Crossroads. - Netherlands Architecture as an Export Product in Early Modern Europe (1480-1680) (pp. 213-235) (23 p.). Turnhout.
Ottenheym, K.A. & Martens, P. (2013). Fortifications and waterworks: Engineers on the Road. In K.A. Ottenheym & K. De Jonge (Eds.), The Low Countries at the Crossroads. Netherlandish Architecture as an Export Product (pp. 361-378) (18 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2013). Models of Modesty and Dignity in the Age of Absolutism. In K.A. Ottenheym & K. De Jonge (Eds.), The Low Countries at the Crossroads. Netherlandish Architecture as an Export Product (pp. 333-355) (23 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2013). Sculptors' Architecture. The International Scope of Cornelis Floris and Hendrick de Keyser. In K.A. Ottenheym & K De Jonge (Eds.), The Low Countries at the Crossroads. Netherlandish Architecture as an Export Product (pp. 103-127) (25 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
Ottenheym, K.A. & De Jonge, K. (2013). The Architecture of the Low Countries and its International Reception, 1480-1680: a Bird's Eye View. In K.A. Ottenheym & K. De Jonge (Eds.), The Low Countries at the Crossroads. Netherlandish Architecture as an Export Product (pp. 15-30) (16 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
Ottenheym, K.A. & De Jonge, K. (2013). The Low Countries at the Crossroads. Introduction. In K.A. Ottenheym & K. De Jonge (Eds.), The Low Countries at the Crossroads. Netherlandish Architecture as an Export Product (pp. 3-14) (12 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
Ottenheym, K.A. & De Jonge, K. (2013). The Low Countries at the Crossroads. Netherlandish Architecture as an Export Product in Early Modern Europe (1480-1680). (550 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2013). Travelling Architects from the Low Countries and their Patrons. In K.A. Ottenheym & K. De Jonge (Eds.), The Low Countries at the Crossroads. Netherlandish Architecture as an Export Product (pp. 55-88) (34 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
  2013 - Vakpublicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (2013). Hollandse bouwkunst in het derde kwart van de zeventiende eeuw. De 'Strakke Stijl' en de tweede generatie van het Hollands classicisme. In P. Vlaardingerbroek (Eds.), Adriaan Dortsman 1635-1682. De ideale gracht. (pp. 9-15) (7 p.). Amsterdam: W Books / Museum Van Loon.
  2012 - Overige resultaten
  2011 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. & Van Tussenbroek, G. (2011). ‘’t Opbouwen van een nyewe kercke. Bouwgeschiedenis en architectuur’. In A. Landheer-Roelants (Eds.), Uit Padmoes verrezen. De Nieuwe Kerk in Den Haag (pp. 28-59) (28 p.). Utrecht: Matrijs.
Ottenheym, K.A. & Meischke, R. (2011). De herbouw van kasteel Amerongen (1673-1685). KNOB Bulletin, 110 (1), (pp. 3-18) (16 p.).
Ottenheym, K.A. (2011). Hendrick de Keyser and Denmark’. In B. Bøggild Johannsen, H. Johannsen & M. Andersen (Eds.), Reframing the Danish Renaissance in a European Context (pp. 313-324) (12 p.). Copenhagen, Reframing the Danish Renaissance in a European Context (Copenhagen 2006).
  2010 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (2010). Meat Halls and Fish Markets in the Dutch Republic. In k.a. Ottenheym, m Chatenet & k De Jonge (Eds.), Public Buildings in Early Modern Europe (pp. 272-284) (13 p.). Turnhout: Brepols, Public Buildings in Early Modern Europe (2006 and 2008).
Ottenheym, K.A. (2010). Public Buildings in Early Modern Europe. (408 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2010). Public Buildings in Early Modern Europe, an Introduction. In K.A. Ottenheym, M Chatenet & K De Jonge (Eds.), Public Buildings in Early Modern Europe (pp. ix-xiv). Turnhout: Brepols, Public Buildings in Early Modern Europe (2006 and 2008).
Ottenheym, K.A. (2010). Schoonheid op Maat. Vincenzo Scamozzi en de architectuur van de Gouden Eeuw. (112 p.). Amsterdam: Architectura et Natura.
  2009 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (03-06-2009). Architecture according to proportions and rules of the Antique. In J.-Ph. Garric,, F. Lemerle & Y. Pauwels (Eds.), Architecture et théorie. L’héritage de la Renaissance (« Actes de colloques ») Parijs: Institut national d' histoire de l'art. URL : http://inha.revues.org/3402, Architecture et théorie. L’héritage de la Renaissance.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2009). Centralised Dutch Calvinist Churches, Jewish Synagogues in Amsterdam and the Model of the Temple of Solomon�,. In M. Chatenet & C. Mignot (Eds.), L'architecture religieuse européene au temps des réformes (De Architectura 12), (pp. 91-106) (16 p.). Parijs: Picard.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2009). Hendrik de Keyser, stads- en tijdgenoot van Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck. In H. van der Kamp (Eds.), Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562-1621). Tweede Boek der Psalmen Davids (Het Sweelinck Monument IIB), (pp. 59-74) (16 p.). San Lorenzo de El Escorial/ Heidelberg: Glossa.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2009). 'Seventeenth-Century Country Seats of the Orange Court and their Influence Abroad'. In B. Arciszewska (Eds.), The Baroque Villa. Suburban and Country Residences c. 1600-1800 (pp. 81-90) (10 p.). Warschau-Wilanow: Wilanow Palace.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2009). 'The rise of a new profession: the architect in 17th-century Holland'. In G. Beltramini & H. Burns (Eds.), L'architetto: ruolo, volto, mito (pp. 199-219) (21 p.). Venezia/Vicenza: Marsilio.
  2009 - Vakpublicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (2009). De architectuurtractaten in de Utrechtse universiteitsbibliotheek; de Architectura Moderna van 1631. In M. van Egmond & B. Jaski (Eds.), Bijzonder onderzoek. Een ontdekkingsreis door de Bijzondere Collecties van de Universiteitsbibliotheek Utrecht (pp. 174-181) (8 p.). Zwolle/Utrecht: Waanders.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2009). Kasteel Sonnenburg van de Johannieterorde in Słonsk. Een Nederlandse ruïne in Polen. Heemschut, 86 (december 2009), (pp. 26-27) (2 p.).
  2009 - Populariserende publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (2009). 'Een millennium architectuurgeschiedenis tussen IJssel en Singel'. In T. de Vries & M. Lanting (Eds.), In Deventer, architectuur tot 1950, (pp. 6-12) (7 p.). Deventer: Architectuurstichting Rondeel.
  2009 - Overige resultaten
K.A. Ottenheym (03-06-2009) Architectural design based on 'proportion and strict rules'in 17th-Century Holland.
K.A. Ottenheym (25-09-2009) Die Vredenburg Sammlung - Zeichnerische Quellen eines holländischen Architekturwettbewerbs um 1640
K.A. Ottenheym (12-06-2009) 'Hendrick de Keyser et l'Architectura Moderna à Amsterdam, 1600-1625'.
  2008 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (2008). ‘Defaecatissimis temporibus Graecorum ac Romanorum.' Constantijn Huygens’ Quest for the ‘true’ Principles of Architecture in 17th Century Holland. In H. Hubach & B. von Orelli-Messerli (Eds.), Reibungspunkte. Ordnung und Umbruch in Architektur und Kunst (Festschrift für Hubertus Günther) (pp. 217-224) (8 p.). Petersberg: Michael Imhof Verlag.
Ottenheym, K.A., Rosenberg, P.T.E.E. & Smit, N. (2008). Hendrick de Keyser. Architectura Moderna. Moderne bouwkunst in Amsterdam 1600-1625. Amsterdam: SUN.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2008). Palladio's Quattro Libri in Seventeenth Century Holland. Models for Courtiers and Citizens. In F. Barbieri & G. Beltramini (Eds.), Palladio 1508-2008. Il simposio del cinquecentenario (pp. 332-337) (6 p.). Venetia: Skira.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2008). Turm oder Portico? Die neuen Schlösser des Utrechter Adels im 17. Jahrhundert. In S. Hoppe & N. Nussbaum (Eds.), Stil als Bedeutung in der nordalpinen Renaissance. Wiederentdeckung einer methodischen Nachbarschaft (pp. 376-399) (24 p.). Regensburg: Schnell u. Steiner.
Ottenheym, K.A., Garvin, P. & Vroom, W. (2008). Vincenzo Scamozzi, Venetian Architect. The Idea of a Universal Architecture VI. The Architectural Orders and their Application. (361 p.). Amsterdam: Architectura et Natura.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2008). Vincenzo Scamozzi’s Classical Orders, an Introduction to Book VI of L’Idea della Architettura Universale. In P Garvin, K.A. Ottenheym & W. Vroom (Eds.), Vincenzo Scamozzi, Venetian Architect. The Idea of a Universal Architecture VI. The Architectural Orders and their Application, (pp. 9-43) (35 p.). Amsterdam: Architectura et Natura.
  2008 - Overige resultaten
K.A. Ottenheym (30-10-2008) Co-coördinator Netherlandish Architects at the Crossroads. Mechanisms of Diffusion and Acculturation
K.A. Ottenheym (11-06-2008) Coördinator symposium Public Building in Early Modern Europe: Buildings for Social Care and Education
  2007 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A., Schmidt, F., van den Heuvel, Ch., Noldus, B. & Sellers-Bezemer, V (2007). 1500-1800 , De zestiende, zeventiende en achttiende eeuw,. In K. Bosma, A. Mekking, K.A. Ottenheym & A van der Woud (Eds.), Bouwen in Nederland 600-2000 (pp. 230-424) (195 p.). Zwolle/ Amsterdam: Waanders / Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2007). A Bird's-Eye View of the Dissemination of Scamozzi's Treatise in Northern Europe. Annali di Architettura, 18-19 (200, (pp. 187-198) (12 p.).
Ottenheym, K.A., Bosma, K., Mekking, A. & van der Woud, A. (2007). Bouwen in Nederland 600-2000. (688 p.). Zwolle: Waanders.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2007). De 'Maaslandse Renaissance', een problematisch geval. In G Janssen & L Spronk (Eds.), Timmerswerk. Opstellen over prof. Timmers en de kunst van het Maasland, (pp. 189-193) (5 p.). Sittard: Prof. Dr.Timmersstichting.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2007). De zuilenorden van Vincenzo Scamozzi. Een inleiding bij boek VI van 'L'Idea della Architettura Universale'. In M. Dicke, K.A. Ottenheym & W. Vroom (Eds.), Vincenzo Scamozzi, architect te Venetië. De Grondgedachte van de universele bouwkunst VI, klassieke zuilenorden (pp. 9-44) (36 p.). Amsterdam: Architectura & Natura.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2007). Dutch influences in William Bruce's architecture. Architectural Heritage (XVIII (Scotia-Europa interactions in the late-Renaissance)), (pp. 135-149) (15 p.).
Ottenheym, K.A., De Jonge, K, van Tussenbroek, G., Snaet, J & DaCosta Kaufmann, Th. (2007). Unity and Discontinuity. Architectural relationships between the Southern and Northern Low Countries (1530-1700),. Turnhout (B): Brepols.
  2007 - Vakpublicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (2007). Dutch contributions to classicist architecture in Sweden and Northern Europe in the 17th century (. Biblis. Kvartalstidskrift för bokvänner (38 (The Codex Gigas & War Booty and Early Modern Culture )), (pp. 57-66) (10 p.). Tijdschrift: Biblis. Kvartalstidskrift för bokvänner (opm. M.Vernoy 19-6-09).
Ottenheym, K.A. (2007). Harmonische proportie in de Hollandse bouwkunst van de zeventiende eeuw. In J. Prins (Eds.), Harmonisch labyrint. De muziek van de kosmos in de westerse wereld, (pp. 95-110) (16 p.). Hilversum: Verloren.
  2007 - Populariserende publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (2007). De Nederhof van paleis Honselaarsdijk. Jaarverslag Vereniging Hendrick de Keyser, 2006, (pp. 53-61) (9 p.).
  2007 - Overige resultaten
K.A. Ottenheym (19-10-2007) The summer residences of the Prince of Orange and their influence in Northern Europe
  2006 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (2006). De ronde van de Abdij 1574-1798. In J. Dekker & K. Heyning (Eds.), De Abdij van Middelburg (pp. 124-141) (18 p.). Utrecht: Matrijs.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2006). De ronde van de Abdij 1798-1940. In J. Dekker & K. Heyning (Eds.), De Abdij van Middelburg (pp. 188-210) (23 p.). Utrecht: Matrijs.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2006). Ingebruikneming van de Abdij door de Staten van Zeeland. In J. Dekker & K. Heyning (Eds.), De Abdij van Middelburg (pp. 102-104) (3 p.). Utrecht: Matrijs.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2006). Les maisons de campagne de la bourgeoisie hollandaise au XVIIe siècle. In M. Chatenet (Eds.), Maisons des champs dans l'Europe de la renaissance (pp. 191-202) (12 p.). Parijs: Picard.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2006). The classical tradition and the invention of architectural ornament around 1600. Netherlandish artists in Gdansk in the time of Hans Vredeman de Vries (pp. 45-50) (6 p.). Gdansk, Lemgo: museum of the history of the City of Gdansk / Weserrenaissance Museum Lemgo.
  2006 - Populariserende publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (2006). Amsterdam: stadhuis. De Vrede van Munster architectonisch verbeeld. In M. Prak (Eds.), Plaatsen van herinnering. Nederland in de zeventiende en achttiende eeuw (pp. 251-261) (11 p.). Amsterdam: Bert Bakker.
  2005 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (2005). Amsterdam 1700: Urban Space and Public Buildings. In H.A. Millon (Eds.), Circa 1700: Architecture in Europe and the Americas (CASVA Studies in the History of Art 66) (pp. 119-138) (20 p.). New haven, London: Yale University Press.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2005). Unity and discontinuity in the architecture of the Low Countries, 1530-1700. In Th. DaCosta Kaufmann & E. Pilliod (Eds.), Time and Place. The Geohistory of art (pp. 59-85) (27 p.). Aldershot, Burlington: Ashgate.
  2005 - Overige resultaten
K.A. Ottenheym (01-12-2005) Scamozzi's Influence in Europe
K.A. Ottenheym (01-01-2005) The Dutch Country House of the 17th century
K.A. Ottenheym (09-06-2005) The Temple of Solomon in the Dutch Republic
  2004 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (2004). Dutch Contributions to the Classicist tradition in Northern Europe in the seventeenth Century: Patrons, Architects and Books. Scandinavian Journal of History, 28 (3/4), (pp. 227-242) (16 p.).
  2004 - Overige resultaten
K.A. Ottenheym (29-06-2004) Le Cinque Ordine dello Scamozzi
K.A. Ottenheym (17-01-2004) Scamozzi's Legacy at the Borders of the North Sea
K.A. Ottenheym (19-11-2004) Turm oder Portikus. Die neuen Burgen des Utrechter Adels im 17. Jahrhundert
  2003 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (2003). Classicism on the Road: from Venice to Amsterdam, from Holland into the Balticum. In K Kodres, E. Näripea & P. Lindpere (Eds.), The Problem of classical Ideal in the Art and architecture of the Countries around the Baltic sea (Estonian Academy of Arts, Proceedings 13) (pp. 155-173) (19 p.). Tallinn: Estonian Academy of Arts.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2003). Introduction. In K.A. Ottenheym, P. Garvin, H. Scheepmaker & W. Vroom (Eds.), Vincenzo Scamozzi. The Idea of a Universal Architecture III. Villas and Country Estates, (pp. 8-33) (26 p.). Amsterdam: Architectura et Natura.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2003). 'L'Idea della Architettura Universale in Olanda'. In F Barbieri & G. Beltramini (Eds.), Vincenzo Scamozzi 1548-1616, (Cat. Centro Internazionale di Studi di Architettura 'Andrea Palladio', Vicenza), (pp. 133-141) (9 p.). venetië: Marsilio.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2003). 'Renaissancearchitektur und Architekturpraxis im städtischen Bereich. Utrecht 1500-1550',. In N Nussbaum, C. Euskirchen & S. Hoppe (Eds.), Wege zur Renaissance. Beobachtungen zu den Anfängen neuzeitlicher Kunstauffassung im Rheinland und den Nachbargebieten um 1500, N (pp. 211-231) (21 p.). Keulen: SH-Verlag.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2003). 'Tylman z Gameren w Holandii Nauki I zródla inspiracji'. : Tylman z Gameren -architekt Warszawy. Holender z pochodzenia, Polak z wyboru, (Cat. Royal Castle at Warsaw), (pp. 7-23) (17 p.). Warschau: Royal Castle Museum.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2003). Ulrich Fürst: Die lebendige und sichtbare Historie. Programmatische Themen in der Sakralarchitektur des Barock. Kunstforum. Rezensionen zur Kunstgeschichte, 4, (pp. 1-3) (3 p.).
  2003 - Overige resultaten
K.A. Ottenheym (21-03-2003) 'Dutch Contributions to the Classicist Tradition in Northern Europe in the 17th Century. Patrons, Architects and Books,'
K.A. Ottenheym (13-06-2003) 'La maison de campagne du bourgeois hollandais au XVIIe siècle'
K.A. Ottenheym (12-12-2003) 'L'architecte Philips Vingboons (1607-1678), ses publications et son oeuvre'
K.A. Ottenheym (24-04-2003) 'Republican Palaces: Dutch Town Halls in the 17th Century'
K.A. Ottenheym (20-11-2003) The classicist tradition and the invention of architectural ornamants in Northern Europe around 1600'
K.A. Ottenheym (26-02-2003) Unity and Discontinuity. Architecture in the Low Countries 1550-1650,'
K.A. Ottenheym (20-09-2003) Vincenzo Scamozzi e l'architettura olandese del Seicento
  2002 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. & Goossens, E.J.H.P (2002). Chapter 1. Tilman van Gameren in Holland. Education and sources of inspiration. In E.J. Goossens & K.A. Ottenheym (Eds.), Tilman van Gameren. A Dutch Architect to the Polish Court (pp. 24-39) (16 p.). Amsterdam: Stichting Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2002). De herbouw van kasteel Middachten, 1695-1698. In T. Hoekstra (Eds.), Middachten. Huis en heerlijkheid (pp. 21-47) (27 p.). Utrecht: Matrijs.
Ottenheym, K.A. & Goossens, E.J.H.P (2002). De Nederlandse jaren van Tilman van Gameren. Bronnen van inspiratie en scholing. In E.J. Goossens & K.A. Ottenheym (Eds.), Tilman van Gameren. Een Nederlandse architect aan het hof in Polen (pp. 24-39) (16 p.). Amsterdam: Stichting Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam.
Ottenheym, K.A. & Goossens, E.J.H.P (2002). Introduction: A Dutch architect to the polish Court. In E.J.H.P. Goossens & K.A. Ottenheym (Eds.), Tilman van Gameren. A Dutch Architect to the Polish Court (pp. 12-21) (10 p.). Amsterdam: Stichting Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2002). L'architecture du XVIe et XVIIe siècle. In Th. DaCosta Kaufmann (Eds.), L'art flamand et hollandais. Belgique et Pays-Bas 1520-1914 (pp. 45-83) (39 p.). Parijs: Citadelles et Mazenod.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2002). L'Idea della Architettura Universale de Vincenzo Scamozzi et l'architecture du XVIIe siècle aux Pays-Bas. In M.C. Heck, F. Lemerle & Y. Pauwels (Eds.), Théorie des arts et création artistique dans l'Europe du Nord du XVI3 au début du XVIIe siècle (pp. 121-139) (19 p.). Lille: Conseil Scientifique del'Université Charles-de-Gaulle-Lille.
Ottenheym, K.A. (2002). Peter Paul Rubens' Palazzi di Genova and its Influence on Architecture in the Netherlands. In P. Lombaerde (Eds.), The Reception of P.P.Rubens' Palazzi di Genova during the 17th century in Europe: Questions and Problems (pp. 81-98) (18 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
  2002 - Overige resultaten
K.A. Ottenheym (15-03-2002) chairman workshop: 'classical tradition in Dutch architecture 1575-1625'
K.A. Ottenheym (24-08-2002) expert meeting/masterclass 'L'architecture du 16me et du 17me siècle aux Pays-Bas du Nord'
K.A. Ottenheym (19-04-2002) Vincenzo Scamozzi e l'architettura holandese nel Seicento
K.A. Ottenheym (29-11-2002) Vredeman de Vries, Hendrick de Keyser en de kunst van de 'Inventie'
  2001 - Overige resultaten
K.A. Ottenheym (27-08-2001) Die Anfänge der renaisance im städtische Bereich: Utrecht 1500-1550
K.A. Ottenheym (09-11-2001) From Venice to Amsterdam, from Holland into the Balticum
K.A. Ottenheym (30-03-2001) Rubens et l'architecture des Pays Bas
K.A. Ottenheym (22-03-2001) Rubens' Palazzi di Genova and the 17th-century architecture in the Low Countries
  2000 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. & van den Heuvel, C.M.J.M. (2000). Propaganda voor staat en huis. Maurits en de bouwkunst. In K. Zandvliet (Eds.), Maurits. Prins van Oranje, tentoonstellingscatalogus Rijkmuseum (pp. 123-136) (14 p.). Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum.
Ottenheym, Koen & de Vries, D.J. (2000). 'Recensie R. Meischke, H.J. Zantkuijl, W. Raue, P.T.E.E. Rosenberg, Huizen in Nederland. Architectuurhistorische verkenningen aan de hand bezit Vereniging Hendrick Keyser: Friesland en Noord-Holland; 2 Amsterdam; 3 Zeeland en Zuid- Holland; 4 Utrecht, Noord-Brabant en de oostelijke provincies, Zwolle, Amsterdam 1993, 1995, 1997, 2000 (resp. 336,376, 464 pags.. rijk geïllustreerd met zw/w tekeningen en foto's. ISBN 90-6630-406-5. 90-6630-474-X. 90-400-9944-8 en 90-400-9431-4'. KNOB Bulletin, 99 (6), (pp. 250-251).
Ottenheym, K.A. (2000). The Dutch years of Tilman van Gameren. Biuletyn historii sztuki, 60 (1/2), (pp. 87-103) (17 p.).
  2000 - Vakpublicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (2000). Wisloujscie Fortress: a European Heritage. In J. Stecewicz & I. Milewska (Eds.), Wisloujscie Fortress. History , present, and future (pp. 65-73) (9 p.). Gdansk.
  2000 - Overige resultaten
K.A. Ottenheym (16-09-2000) Amsterdam 1700. Urban space and public buildings
K.A. Ottenheym (23-11-2000) Eenheid en Tweespalt. Inleiding op de probleemstelling
K.A. Ottenheym (14-12-2000) L'Influence des Quatro Libri de Palldaio et de l'Idea della architecttura Universale de scamozzi sur l'architecture des Pays-Bas de Nord au courant du XVIIe siecle
K.A. Ottenheym (13-06-2000) Signes castraux dans les chateaux modernes des provinces-Unies au milieu du XVIIe siecle
K.A. Ottenheym (05-09-2000) Unity and discontinuity in the architecture of the Low Countries 1530-1700
  1999 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (1999). Classicism in the Northern Netherlands in the seventeenth Century. Palladio and Northern Europe. Books, Travellers, Architects (pp. 150-167) (18 p.). Milaan.
Ottenheym, K.A. (1999). De schilder-architecten van het Hollands classicisme. In A. Blankert, J. Giltaij & F. Lammertse (Eds.), Hollands Classicisme in de zeventiende-eeuwse schilderkunst (pp. 34-53) (20 p.). Rotterdam: Catalogus Boymans-van Beuningen.
Blom, F.R.E., de Bruin, H.G. & Ottenheym, K.A. (1999). Domus. Het huis van Constantijn Huygens in Den Haag. (120 p.). Zutphen: onbekend.
Ottenheym, K.A. (1999). Fürsten, Architekten und Lehrbücher. Wege der holländischen Baukunst nach Brandenburg im 17. Jahrhundert. In H. Lademacher (Eds.), Onder den Oranje boom. Dynastie in der Republik. Das Haus Oranien-Nassau als Vermittler niederländischer Kultur in deutschen Territorien im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert (pp. 460-462) (3 p.). München.
Ottenheym, K.A. (1999). Huygens en de klassicistische architectuurtheorie. In F.R.E. Blom, H.G. Bruin & K.A. Ottenheym (Eds.), Domus. Het huis van Constantijn Huygens in Den Haag (pp. 87-109) (23 p.). Zutphen.
Ottenheym, K.A. (1999). The Private Leisure of Architecture. In H.A. Millon (Eds.), The Triumph of the Baroque. Architecture in Europe 1600-1750 Turijn, Milaan, `Vredenburg' (entries nos.231-243), `Trippenhuis' (entry 250), (Tower of the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam' (entries 402-403), `Church model of Nicolaas Listingh' (entries 527, 528), `Organ in the Nieuwe Lutherse Kerk, Amsterdam' (entry 534)'.
  1999 - Overige resultaten
K.A. Ottenheym (07-05-1999) Constantijn Huygens e l'introduzione dell' architettura palladianesimo nel Olanda
K.A. Ottenheym (15-01-1999) Frederik Hendrik, Prince d'Orange et l'architecture française
K.A. Ottenheym (14-10-1999) Wisloujscie Fortress. A European Heritage
  1998 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (1998). De Vitruvius-uitgave van Johannes De Laet (1649). KNOB Bulletin, 97 (2), (pp. 69-76) (8 p.).
Ottenheym, K.A. (1998). Gezicht op Ronse bij zonsopgang. In L. Duerloo & W. Thomas (Eds.), Albert & Isabella 1598-1621. Catalogus (pp. 203-204) (2 p.). Brussel: Brepols, Cath. Kon. Musea voor Kunst en Geschiedenis.
Ottenheym, K.A. (1998). The Catholic Nassaus in Brussels and their Buildings. In L. Duerloo & W. Thomas (Eds.), Albert & Isabella 1598-1621. Essays (pp. 185-190) (6 p.). Brussel/Leuven: Brepols.
  1998 - Overige resultaten
K.A. Ottenheym (13-11-1998) Architectuur en stedebouw
K.A. Ottenheym (21-11-1998) Eenheid en tweespalt. De architectonische relaties tussen de Noordelijke en de Zuidelijke Nederlanden 1530-1700
K.A. Ottenheym (29-09-1998) The Dutch sources of Tilman van Gameren's Architecture
K.A. Ottenheym (15-06-1998) Vincenzo Scamozzi, la sua eredita nell' Olanda
  1997 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, K.A. (1997). De correspondentie tussen Rubens en Huygens over architectuur (1635-1640). KNOB Bulletin, 96 (1), (pp. 1-11) (11 p.).
Ottenheym, K.A. (1997). 'Die Liebe zur Baukunst nach Mass und Regeln der Alten'. Der Klassizismus in den nördlichen Niederlanden des 17. Jahrhunderts. In J. Bracker (Eds.), Bauen nach der Natur - Palladio: Die erben Palladios in Nordeuropa (pp. 127-146) (19 p.). Ostfildern: Hatjé Verlag.
Ottenheym, K.A. (1997). Klassicisme in de Noordelijke Nederlanden in de zeventiende eeuw. 'Bouwkunst op maet en regelen der Ouden'. In J. Boonstra (Eds.), 'Soo vele heerlijcke gebouwen'. Van Palladio tot Vingboons (pp. 18-39) (18 p.). Amsterdam: Bijbels Museum.
Ottenheym, K.A. (1997). 'Possessed by such a Passion'. Frederik Hendrik and Architecture. In M. Keblusek & J. Zijlmans (Eds.), Princely Display. The Court of Frederik Hendrik of Orange and Amalia van Solms in The Hague (pp. 105-125) (105 p.). Den Haag/Zwolle: Waanders.
Ottenheym, K.A. (1997). The Amsterdam Ring of Canals: City Planning and Architecture. In P. van Kessel & E. Schulte (Eds.), Rome-Amsterdam. Two Growing Cities in Seventeenth-Century Europe (pp. 33-49) (33 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam UP.
Ottenheym, K.A. (1997). 'van Bouw-lust soo beseten'. Frederik Hendrik en de bouwkunst. In M. Keblusek & J. Zijlmans (Eds.), Vorstelijk Vertoon. Aan het hof van Frederik Hendrik en Amalia (pp. 105-125) (105 p.). Den Haag/Zwolle: Waanders.
Ottenheym, K.A. (1997). Vitruvius in de Gouden Eeuw. In R. Rolf (Eds.), Vitruviuscongres 1995 (pp. 45-51) (7 p.). Heerlen: Vitruvianum-publicaties.
  1997 - Overige resultaten
K.A. Ottenheym (10-10-1997) De Laet als uitgever van Virtruvius
K.A. Ottenheym (30-05-1997) Der Klassizismus in den Niederlanden des 17. Jahrhunderts
K.A. Ottenheym (29-11-1997) Het Binnenhof als regeringscentrum in de 17de eeuw
K.A. Ottenheym (05-12-1997) The Catholic Nassaus at the Court of Albert and Isabella and their Architecture
K.A. Ottenheym (22-08-1997) The Classical Tradition in Dutch 17th-century Architecture
  1995 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, Koen (1995). Architectuur. In Jacobine Huisken, Koen Ottenheym & Gary Schwartz (Eds.), Jacob van Campen. - Het klassieke ideaal in de Gouden Eeuw (pp. 155-200) (45 p.). Amsterdam: Architectura et Natura.
Ottenheym, Koen & Buvelot, Quentin (1995). Historiografie en mythevorming. Jacob van Campen - Het klassieke ideaal in de Gouden Eeuw (pp. 13-19) (6 p.). Amsterdam: Architectura et Natura.
  1995 - Overige resultaten
Ottenheym, Koen (1995). Timmermansoog en kennerblik - Oratie 2 februari 1995. (30 p.). Utrecht: Faculteit der Letteren, Universiteit Utrecht.
  1993 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, Koen & Terwen, Jan J. (1993). Pieter Post (1608-1669), architect. (272 p.). Walburg Pers.
  1991 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, Koen (1991). Mathematische uitganspunten van de Hollandse bouwkunst in de 17de eeuw. Zeventiende Eeuw, 7 (1), (pp. 17-35) (18 p.).
  1989 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, Koen (1989). Philips Vingboons, architect (1607-1678). (286 p.). Walburg Pers.
  1986 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, Koen (1986). De bouwgeschiedenis van het stadhuis van Pieter Post te Maastricht. KNOB Bulletin, 85 (4), (pp. 145-160) (15 p.).
  1985 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ottenheym, Koen (1985). De bouwgeschiedenis van het protestantse kerkje in Sittard. Historisch Jaarboek voor het Land van Zwentibold, 6, (pp. 36-52) (16 p.).
Ottenheym, Koen (1985). De geschutgieterij van Pieter Post in Den Haag. Bouwen in Nederland - Feestbundel prof.ir. J.J. Terwen (pp. 307-329) (22 p.). Leiden/Delft: Delftsche Uitgevers Maatschappij.
Ottenheym, Koen (1985). Het stadhuis te Maastricht van Pieter Post. In Servé Minis & Ed de Heer (Eds.), Een seer magnifick Stadthuys - Tien studies over de bouw en de inrichting van het stadhuis te Maastricht (pp. 35-58) (23 p.). Delft/Maastricht: Delftsche Uitgevers Maatschappij.
  0 - Overige resultaten
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Late medieval and early modern court cultures: Towards an audiovisual, spatial and socio-economic semiotics of the arts in a pre-Enlightenment framework 01-01-2014 tot 31-03-2014
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A series of six exploratory research seminars.

 
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De Europese uitstraling van de architectuur der Lage Landen in de vroeg-moderne tijd (1480-1680) 01-03-2006 tot 31-12-2009
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From the late 15th until the late 17th century, the architecture of the Low Countries has been a source of inspiration for other regions in Europe. The phenomenon encompasses different styles, ranging from the influence of the ‘flamboyant’ style in Toledo and Brou at the beginning of the period, over the influence of the ‘antiekse werken’ flourishing in Antwerp and, later, in Amsterdam, in the German realm, Scandinavia and England, until finally the growing influence of French court architecture takes the lead in the last quart of the 17th century. The basic question, however, is not one of style: these architectural influences require a systematic study as a structural phenomenon. Which are the mechanisms at work? What is the role of actors and patrons?
- How was the knowledge of Netherlandish architecture disseminated? What was the influence of architectural prints and treatises for artisans, architects and patrons? What was the role of travelling building masters? How important were (family) networks for the exchange of formal and/or technical expertise? What role did the trade in building materials play in the spread of architectural knowledge and forms?
- Who were the patrons? What was their connection with the Low Countries and why did they engage Netherlandish architects? What stimulated this demand? Who were the intermediary agents?
With these questions we want to find an answer to the more general issue: why were experts from the Low Countries called in? Was it because of their technical expertise? Or because they could provide a ‘Netherlandish’ art? Or were they appreciated as intermediates with connections to international architectural currents (such as the flamboyant late gothic from Brabant around 1500, or the ‘antique’ architecture for which Antwerp in the middle of the 16th and Amsterdam in the 17th century were leading centres)?
 
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