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Nederlands: Congres Team 10 in Otterlo, 1959. (Fotograaf onbekend)

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In 1959 is Nederland het toneel van wereldgeschiedenis. Dan schaft een groepje jonge architecten het prestigieuze Congrès Internationaux d’Architecture Moderne (CIAM) af. Deze nieuwe generatie vindt de rationele benadering van CIAM te eenzijdig. Met J.B. Bakema als voorzitter pleit deze kleine internationale voorhoede voor een humane architectuur. In Otterlo formuleert de groep een nieuwe, invloedrijke ideologie die menselijke relaties als basis voor architectuur en stedenbouw neemt. En zo krijgt de ‘reus’ CIAM in Otterlo de fatale doodsteek toegebracht door de ‘dwerg’ Team 10.
English: Otterlo Meeting 1959, (also CIAM '59), organised by Team 10. Meeting place, Kröller-Müller Museum, located in the Hoge Veluwe National Park, 43 participants. Dissolution of the organisation CIAM (Congrès International d'Architecture Moderne).

Photo, from left to right: Peter Smithson 0,27 / Jacob Bakema 0,29 / Alison Smithson 0,36 / Georges Candilis 0,43 / Shadrach Woods 0,49 / Aldo van Eyck 0,50 / Giancarlo de Carlo 0,63 / Kenzo Tange 0,88. (Photographer unknown)

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Translation of the Dutch commentary: In 1959 the Netherlands was the stage of world history, when a small group of young architects dispensed with the prestigious Congrès Internationaux d’Architecture Moderne (CIAM). This new generation found the rational approach of CIAM adherents overly one-sided. With J.B. Bakema as chairman, this small international vanguard championed a humane architecture. In Otterlo the group formulated a new, influential ideology that takes human relations as the basis for architecture and urban planning. In Otterlo, the Team 10 ‘dwarf’ dealt the fatal blow to the CIAM ‘giant’.
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Author Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI)

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