World-famous architect Rietveld; unknown in his own city
Gerrit Rietveld, one of the most innovative Dutch architects of the twentieth century, built the iconic Rietveld-Schröder House in 1924. Like a gem, it lies hidden in the city of Utrecht.
Mijksenaar talk at Creative Mornings Utrecht
CreativeMornings is an international monthly breakfast lecture series. Mijksenaar’s Atja Apituley shares her stories and knowledge about the art of wayfinding. And, how to wander without getting lost.
Utrecht, the first ‘legible’ Dutch city?
It is now time for Utrecht to be the first Dutch city to bring pedestrian wayfinding signage into the twenty-first century.
L’ Angolo di Paul – Too many signs
A beautiful landscape like the one you find in Tuscany – a vast hilly terrain dotted with medieval villages, valleys teeming with vineyards and olive groves and flocks of sheep – is a landscape that you’d like to see completely free of all modern disruptions.