Wim Quist Gerhard ( Amsterdam , October 27 1930 ) was a Dutch architect .


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Quist designs include the white water balls at the Anton Coolenlaan in Eindhoven , a new wing for the Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo in 1977, the Museon in The Hague in 1985, the newRotterdam City Theatre in 1988 and later the Museum Sculptures by the Sea in Scheveningen . He also designed the Benno Bridge in 2004 and the Uyllanderbrug in 2012 in Amsterdam .

He was also Chief Government in the period 1975-79. In 1995 , the agency merged with Architektenburo Quist Wintermans to Quist Wintermans Architekten.

About Wim Quist published a number of monographs, all with photography by Kim Zwarts , designed by Reynoud Homan and published by 010.

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  • Wim Quist, architect / Auke van der Woud, photographic. Kim Zwarts. 1989. Monographs of Dutch architects , 1.
  • Wim Quist: Projects projects = 87-92 / Auke van der Woud, photographic. Kim Zwarts, [tek. Rob Dubbeldam, vert. John Kirkpatrick]. 1992.
  • Wim Quist: projects = projects 1992-2000 / Auke van der Woud, photographic. Kim Zwarts, [project descriptions Wim Quist; tek. Quist Wintermans Architekten; vert. John Kirkpatrick].1999.
  • Designer & Client: Harry N. Sierman & Querido, Reynoud Homan & Wim Quist, Irma Boom & Paul Fentener / [composition, text and interviews: Mathieu Lommen, text contributions: Judith Belinfante ... et al.] Amsterdam, 2005. Publ. at the exhibition at the University of Amsterdam on 11 February / m April 29, 2005