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Guide to De Stijl in the Netherlands: The 100 Best Spots to Visit

  • 09:00 - 22 April, 2017
Guide to De Stijl in the Netherlands: The 100 Best Spots to Visit
Guide to De Stijl in the Netherlands: The 100 Best Spots to Visit

Description via Amazon. The Dutch art movement De Stijl and its eponymous magazine have long exerted a strong influence on art and architecture, at home in the Netherlands and abroad. Published on the occasion of De Stijl’s centenary anniversary, the Guide to De Stijl in the Netherlands: The 100 Best Spots to Visit is the first publication to assemble, in a single practical and accessible guide, the 100 most important buildings, monuments and places of interest related to De Stijl. From icons such as the Rietveld-Schröderhuis in Utrecht and Café De Unie in Rotterdam to less well-known objects and places of interest (like De Stijl stained glass windows), all accompanied by surprising facts, details and practical information, this handy volume will become the De Stijl bible for those wanting to discover the Netherlands in primary colors.

  • ISBN

    9789462083097
  • Title

    Guide to De Stijl in the Netherlands: The 100 Best Spots to Visit
  • Author

    Paul Groenendijk, Piet Vollaard, Peter de Winter
  • Publisher

    NAi010 Publishers
  • Publication year

    2017
  • Language

    English

Guide to De Stijl in the Netherlands: The 100 Best Spots to Visit

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Cite: "Guide to De Stijl in the Netherlands: The 100 Best Spots to Visit" 22 Apr 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/869570/guide-to-de-stijl-in-the-netherlands-the-100-best-spots-to-visit/> ISSN 0719-8884

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