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Architecture of Netherlands

13 October 2009

1870 – St. Barbara’s Church, Breda, Netherlands

Architect: P.J.H. Cuypers Five-aisled cruciform basilica with round windows in the central aisle. Square tower on the crossing. The towers and spire of the main faced were never completed. Became in 1876 the...

31 August 2009

1884 – National Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Architect: P.J.H. Cuypers Petrus J. H. Cuypers, also known as Pierre Cuypers, was responsible for the design of many churches in neo-Gothic style in the Netherlands, and as such is one of the...

10 August 2009

1885 – Kurhaus, Scheveninghen, Netherlands

Architect: Johann Friedrich Henkenhaf & Friedrich Ebert It was built between 1884 and 1885 by the German architects Johann Friedrich Henkenhaf and Friedrich Ebert. It consisted originally of a concert hall and a...

08 March 2013

1885 – Unbuilt designs for Commodity Exchange, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Competition designs for a commodity exchange in Amsterdam. Illustrated entries by Groll & Ohmann, J.F.L. Frowein, and H.P. Berlage with Theodorus Sanders. Several years later, a commodity exchange was commissioned from architect Hendrik...

08 April 2013

1905 – Peace Palace Competition, The Hague, The Netherlands

Architect: Louis M. Cordonnier Andrew Carnegie, the wealthy industrialist, was asked in 1902 to consider sponsoring offices and a library for the Permanent Court of Arbitration. Fedor Martens, a Russian lawyer and diplomat...

06 June 2009

1906 – Design for Bank Premises, The Hague

Architect: T.G. Davidson Published in The Building News, May 11, 1906, and designed by T.G. Davidson.

28 June 2010

1913 – The Peace Palace, The Hague, The Netherlands

Architect: Louis M. Cordonnier Andrew Carnegie, the wealthy industrialist, was asked in 1902 to consider sponsoring offices and a library for the Permanent Court of Arbitration. Fedor Martens, a Russian lawyer and diplomat...