POLDER • noun: polder; plural noun: polders.
1. A piece of low-lying land reclaimed from the sea or a river and protected by dykes, especially in the Netherlands.
Origin: Early 17th century: from Dutch, from Middle Dutch polre.
3248 Work by Yeb Wiersma at the Noordoostpolder, 2011
3290 Drinks to celebrate the opening of Mapping Flevoland (Photo by Jordi Huisman), 2012
3118 Dinner at the Noordoostpolder, 2007
3290 View of the Noordoostpolder residency and its surroundings (Photo by Jordi Huisman), 2012
8000 Publication on the Noordoostpolder Residency in The Weekender (Photo by Mirjam Bleeker), 2013
3290 View of a resident studio in the Noordoostpolder, 2012
3290 Video by Florian de Visser presented in the barn of the Noordoostpolder (Photo by Jordi Huisman), 2012
3140 Students of the RCA working in the Noordoostpolder, 2008
3294 Students of the Summer School discussing, 2012
3118 Lonny van Rijswijk at work, 2007
3118 Work of Atelier NL presented at the Noordoostpolder, 2007
3118 Clay samples of the Noordoostpolder, 2007
3248 Yeb Wiersma cycling, 2011
3294 Student of the Summer School observing the surrounding, 2012
3294 Group photo of students and tutors of the Summer School, 2012