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What does NAI stand for?

NAI stands for Netherlands Architecture Institute

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With this in mind, we turned to REED KROLOFF, dean of the Tulane University School of Architecture in New Orleans, and AARON BETSKY, director of the Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI) in Rotterdam, in hopes of soliciting innovative proposals for a city whose predicament, while singular, forces a reconsideration of urbanism well beyond the Big Easy.
de NETHERLANDS CUYPERS: ARCHITECTURE WITH A MISSION Netherlands Architecture Institute, Maastricht Until 6 January 2008 The architect Pierre Cuypers (1827-1921): famed and maligned.
AR'S CHOICE OF INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS NETHERLANDS JEAN PROUVE Netherlands Architecture Institute, Maastricht Until 2 September One of the greatest designers of the twentieth century, Jean Prouve created a number of highly innovative buildings (eg, Palais Omnisports in Bercy, the sheet-metal airport building of Rolland Garos) and pieces of metal furniture, which he was the first to manufacture in large editions.
fi NETHERLANDS NEW FACES IN EUROPEAN ARCHITECTURE: Netherlands Architecture Institute, Maastricht Until 14 January The opening exhibition for NAI Maastricht aims to reveal how a new generation of European architects (David Adjaye, Jurgen Mayer H, PLOT=BIG+JDS, SeARCH) is using the basic parameters of modern public architecture (form, space, image and shape) as building blocks for our complex society.
at THE NETHERLANDS DYNAMACITY: TACTICS FOR A CHANGING METROPOLIS Netherlands Architecture Institute, Rotterdam Until 11 June It takes more than buildings to make a city, claim a new group of architects from Spain, Italy, Japan and the Netherlands.
at THE NETHERLANDS THE WORLD OF ARCHITECT HENDRIK WIJDEVELD (1885-1987) Netherlands Architecture Institute, Rotterdam Until 21 May Often compared to visionaries such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier, and a central figure of the Amsterdam School, Hendrik Wijdeveld was perhaps the most fecundly imaginative designer in Dutch architectural history, best illustrated by the tortuously curving facades of his 1925-26 Hoofdweg.