Dutch Complex Housing

Dutch Complex Housing Traveling Exhibition

The exhibition profiles eight visually rich structures that are each responsive to their location and are formed to house variety of housing types and income levels plus non-housing functions to create diverse communities. In the Netherlands, where housing is a right, and urban design is central to providing adequate housing, complex housing emerged to make the best use of public transportation and infrastructure, generate income, and provide diversity of lifestyle in dense, urban settings. Can this innovative type of housing be replicated elsewhere?

Exhibition Details

Dutch Complex Housing

  • September 2, 2017–January 28, 2018
  • HGA Gallery

Curator: Professor Julia Robinson

Exhibition Images

Dutch Complex Housing boards at HGA gallery with people viewing
Dutch Complex Housing boards at HGA gallery