D. Broekhuizen, ‘Mr. Oud loses ornament. Correspondence between Philip Johnson and J.J.P. Oud 1931-1955′, in: Crimson, M. Speaks (ed.), Mart Stam’s Trousers. Stories from behind the Scenes of Dutch Moral Modernism, Rotterdam 1999, p. 54-78.
- Harvard Design Magazine: “A more personal experience of the impact of this narrative on the Dutch appears in an exchange also documented in the book, a collection of correspondence between J.J.P. Oud and Philip Johnson, between 1931 and 1955, compiled by Dolf Broekhuizen. In this case, through the exchange of correspondence alone, we witness the Dutch architect seeing himself being edited out of the narrative over time.” (George Baird in Harvard Design Magazine, Fall 2001, p. 76-79
- Blueprint: “A fascinating correspondence began between the two men as Johnson plied his hero (J.J.P. Oud) with bicycle tyres and socks.” Jonathan Bell in Blueprint,
- The Architect’s Journal: “This compact paperback, packed with illustrations, stimulating and opinionated, is a beautifully produced Dutch delight. A little tart, perhaps?” (Architect David Wild in The Architect’s Journal, March 20th 2000)