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Amsterdam school style: local Art Deco

Amsterdam school style: local Art Deco

Het Schip, museum, Amsterdamse School, Amsterdam. Fotograaf: Dirk Verwoerd

Het Schip, museum, Amsterdamse School, Amsterdam. Fotograaf: Dirk Verwoerd

Bovenin het trappenhuis van de Burcht met rechts een lamp van Jan Eisenloeffel en links wandschilderingen van H.P. Berlage. Foto Arjan Bronkhorst

Bovenin het trappenhuis van de Burcht met rechts een lamp van Jan Eisenloeffel en links wandschilderingen van H.P. Berlage. Foto Arjan Bronkhorst

Amsterdam has a very rich architectural history that enjoyed its own version of Art Deco called Amsterdamse School.

Amsterdam has a very rich architectural history that enjoyed its own version of Art Deco called Amsterdamse School.

Amsterdam School, Keizersgracht 660/Vijzelgracht 81-83. 1926-1928 by Cornelis Kruyswijk.

Amsterdam School, Keizersgracht 660/Vijzelgracht 81-83. 1926-1928 by Cornelis Kruyswijk.

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amsterdamse school foto's | Amsterdamse School Architectuur

amsterdamse school foto's | Amsterdamse School Architectuur

Amsterdamse School Architecture Amsterdam School structures are characterised by the use of brick for structure and design, a rounded appearance, decorative masonry, wrought iron accents, spires and 'ladder' windows. The style has roots in Expressionist architecture, borrowing elements from the Jugendstil (Art Nouveau) and Art Deco design aesthetic.

Amsterdamse School Architecture Amsterdam School structures are characterised by the use of brick for structure and design, a rounded appearance, decorative masonry, wrought iron accents, spires and 'ladder' windows. The style has roots in Expressionist architecture, borrowing elements from the Jugendstil (Art Nouveau) and Art Deco design aesthetic.

School voor Schipperskinderen. Droogbak, Amsterdam, 1925. Architect: F.L. Marnette (Publieke Werken Amsterdam). Fotograaf: onbekend. Collectie NAi | TENT_n366

School voor Schipperskinderen. Droogbak, Amsterdam, 1925. Architect: F.L. Marnette (Publieke Werken Amsterdam). Fotograaf: onbekend. Collectie NAi | TENT_n366

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