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Ton Alberts

Ton Alberts (1927-1999) is almost the personification of organic architecture in the Netherlands. With buildings...

Projects: NMB Head Office



Hani Rashid and Lise Anne Couture found Asymptote in 1987 in New York. In pushing...

Projects: Beukenhof Crematorium and I.Scape Multiple


Jacob Berend Bakema

With his firm Van den Broek and Bakema, J.B. Bakema (1914-1981) profoundly influenced post-war reconstruction...

Projects: Pendrecht, Zeckendorf House, Expansion Plan for Pampus, Dutch Pavilion Osaka World Fair, Alexander Polder housing development , Van stoel tot stad (From chair to city) manuscript, Central Library Rotterdam, Observation tower 'Euromast' and Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology


Joost Baljeu

Joost Baljeu (1925-1991) is a visual artist. He draws inspiration from avant-garde movements from the...

Projects: Studio Design for a Family Dwelling


Karel Petrus Cornelis de Bazel

Until 1895, K.P.C. de Bazel (1869-1923) is employed by the firm of architects of P.J.H....

Projects: Stoephout Villa


Hendricus Petrus Berlage

H.P. Berlage originally completes his training in the fine arts but becomes an architect and...

Projects: Prijsvraag Vredespaleis, Sketchbook of the Grand Tour through Italy, Plan for Expanding the Southern Area of Amsterdam, Expansion Plan for The Hague /Scheveningen, Plate and Mausoleum


Bernard Bijvoet

Bernard Bijvoet is known primarily for the projects he completed with J. Duiker. Sanatorium Zonnestraal...

Projects: Royal Academy of Visual Arts


Piet Blom

Piet Blom (1934-1999) is a spirited architect who is dedicated to social improvement. Born in...

Projects: Kasbah Housing and Russian Palace


Alexander Bodon

After meeting Jan Wils, Alexander Bodon remained loyal to Het Nieuwe Bouwen (Modern Architecture) for...

Projects: Amsterdam RAI


Theo Bosch

Theo Bosch (1940-1994) is an architect for whom the human aspect of architecture was a...

Projects: Urban Design Plan to Revivify the Nieuwmarkt and Housing Complex Sint Antoniesbreestraat (Pentagon)


Gustav Cornelis Bremer

Gustav Cornelis Bremer played an important part in the history of Dutch architecture, not only...

Projects: General Post Office Rotterdam


Johannes Andreas Brinkman

J.A. Brinkman made a name for himself mainly as half of the duo Brinkman and...

Projects: Van Nelle factory


Johannes Hendrik van den Broek

J.H. van den Broek (1898-1978) joins forces with J. B. Bakema in the Rotterdam firm...

Projects: Expansion Plan for Pampus, Alexander Polder housing development and Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology


Joël Meijer de Casseres

J.M. de Casseres coined the term ‘planology’. To him, planology stands for the melding of...

Projects: Plans for the Expansion of Eindhoven


Jo Coenen

Jo Coenen (1949) is best known as architect of the Netherlands Architecture Institute in Rotterdam...

Projects: International Competition for Bruges Concert Hall and Vaillantlaan


P.J.H. Cuypers

Petrus (Pierre) J.H. Cuypers (1827-1921) is one of the most celebrated Dutch architects of the...

Projects: Rijksmuseum, Travel sketch, detail of the Houses of Parliament and Roof of Amsterdam Central Station


Luc Deleu

Luc Deleu (1944) breaks with traditional approaches to architectures that are generally founded on economic...

Projects: VipCity / The Unadapted City


Theo van Doesburg

In 1916, painter, poet and architect Theo van Doesburg (1883-1931) embraces the flat, geometric-abstract style,...

Projects: University Hall Amsterdam, Counter-construction / Maison Particulière and Cinema and dance hall Aubette


Willem Marinus Dudok

Willem Marinus Dudok (1884-1974) is architect and urban planner. He realises numerous projects in Hilversum:...

Projects: First municipal housing development


Johannes Duiker

Jan Duiker was one of the foremost representatives of the Nieuwe Bouwen style, the Dutch...

Projects: Royal Academy of Visual Arts



Marius Frans Duintjer

Marius Duintjer (1908-1983) is chiefly known as the architect of a couple of colossal office...

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