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Bulletin KNOB, Bulletin KNOB 7 (1906) 4

Bulletin KNOB, Bulletin KNOB 8 (1907) 6

Bulletin KNOB, Bulletin KNOB 3e serie, vierde jaargang, 1924

Bulletin KNOB, Bulletin KNOB 106 (2007) 6

Redactioneel (Rob Dettingmeijer). Wim Denslagen: Boerenbedrog. Michel Lascaris en Hans Renes: Vluchtschansen in Midden-Limburg. Boerenschansen uit de l6de en 17de eeuw als schuilplaatsen voor de plattelandsbevolking. Radboud van Beekum: Cornelis van de Linde: Bouwer voor de Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschappij (NHM).

Bulletin KNOB, Bulletin KNOB 107 (2008) 1

Thomas H. von der Dunk: Een Franse opsnijder in de Republiek De architect Georges-Franςois Blondel. R. Meischke en H.J. Zantkuijl: De positie van C.G.F. Giudici te Rotterdam en zijn stadhuisplan uit 1781.

Bosch bouwhout onderweg. Een historisch onderzoek naar de herkomst van Bosch bouwhout in de vijftiende en zestiende eeuw

Ester Vink
Around the mid-sixteenth century the organization of the timber trade seems to have developed to such an extent that it was mainly pretreated types of timber that could be offered to the buyers. These consisted of local timber as well as of timber that had been supplied from a longer distance. The timber supplied chiefly came from the German Mid-Rhine region and from the basin of the Maas and its tributaries in present-day South Belgium...

Een verdwenen priestergestoelte uit de Sint-Janskathedraal te ’s-Hertogenbosch

Victor M. Schmidt
In this article a piece of pre-Reformation furniture in the cathedral of 's-Hertogenbosch is discussed. The main source for the original furnishings of the choir and chancel is a series of drawings made by Pieter Jansz. Saenredam during the summer of 1632. One of them shows a wooden construction to the right of the main altar (Fig. 1). Although a number of recent studies have discussed the original decoration of the choir (notes 1 and...

De klokken van Giessen-Oudekerk en Oosterwijk

R.F. Van Dijk & H.J. Van Nieuwenhoven
In 1542 the church of Giessen-Oudekerk acquired a new clock, which was probably melted down again by the Sea Beggars in 1572. In 1548 the church of Oosterwijk acquired a clock dating from 1502, which had presumably been taken from North France as war booty in 1537.

Die Waage von Deventer (1528) als Handelshalle

Karl Kiem
The incorporation of functional details of a building in relation to the art-historical and architectural-historical approach may lead to surprisingly new insights. The 'Waag' (Weighhouse) in Deventer is a good example of this. For centuries people have been amazed at its extraordinary size and its rich building forms in comparison with other representatives of this architectural type. In connection with this, certain similarities with town halls and commercial halls were already observed on the basis...

Het Amsterdamse fabrieksambt van 1595-1625

Ruud Meischke
The fact that architecture in the Northern Netherlands was flourishing in the early 17th century, at the moment when the war against Spain was taking a favourable turn, manifested itself most clearly in Amsterdam. The building trade of this rapidly growing town ('stadsfabrieksambt' / public works) was expanding. Everything that the town wished to be built was designed and made by public works. In 1595 its leadership was renewed, Hendrick Jacobsz Staets was appointed town...

De ecclesiola in het Utrechtse castellum. Bouwhistorische interpretatie van de resten van de Heilig-Kruiskapel

Raphaël Rijntjes
The 're-excavation' in 1993 of part of the foundations and above-ground walling of the Heilig-Kruiskapel has revealed new data with respect to the history of its construction. The most important conclusion is that the southern annex of this chapel was a separate unit and as such it was the seventh-century predecessor of the church attached to it later. It is likely that the Heilig- Kruiskapel itself is to be identified with the St Maarten's church...

De Heilig-Kruiskapel in Utrecht: Sint-Maarten of Sint-Salvator?

Charlotte J.C. Broer & Martin W.J. De Bruijn
For centuries there has been a small chapel at Dom square in Utrecht, squeezed in between Dom cathedral, consecrated to St Maarten, and the church of St Salvator or Oudmunster: the Heilig- Kruiskapel. In the thirties this chapel was dated to the tenth century by the archaeologist A.E. van Giffen. However, a few years ago the Utrecht town archaeologist H.L. de Groot expressed the assumption that we are dealing with a church from the end...

Het Doxaal in de Sint-Joriskerk te Amersfoort

Karel Emmens
Although many churches once had rood-lofts, only few survive. One of the finest examples in the Netherlands is the late-gothic rood-loft in the church of Saint-George's at Amersfoort. It is situated in front of the choir separating the sanctuary of the chapter, which was founded in 1337, from the lay-church. The eastern part of the hall church, where the laymen had their altars and sermons, was completed about 1390, as was the western part of...

Vier ingenieurs als stadsbouwmeester

Thomas H. Von Der Dunk
In the second half of the eighteenth century a number of important developments took place in Dutch architecture, resulting in the rise of austere Neoclassicism at the expense of flamboyant rococo. The ornamental Louis XV style made way for the architectonic Louis XVI style. The aim was to link up more closely with the Dutch Classicism of Pieter Post and Jacob van Campen again, as practised during the heyday of the Republic. The Amsterdam 'stadsfabriekambt'...

De oratie van M.D. Ozinga (1948), het ontstaan van de gotiek en het probleem van stijlperioden

Lex Bosman
In 1947 M.D. Ozinga was appointed at an art-historical institute of the university as the first professor of the history of architecture in The Netherlands. During his first years as a professor his previous work at the Dutch Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission provided him with material for research into the architecture of the Middle Ages. In the inaugural lecture delivered when he officially accepted the professorship in 1948, he tried to find the causes...

De KNOB, Cuypers en kasteel De Haar. Inleiding op het themanummer

Koen A. Ottenheym
[No abstract available]

Adriaen Dortsman en Jan Six. Architectuur en interieurs van Dortsman aan de hand van Herengracht 619 Amsterdam

Pieter Vlaardingerbroek
There were strong ties between Adriaen Dortsman and Jan Six. This is not only evident from the private house that Six was having built from 1667-1669, but also from the court-house and the country house at Wimmenum. Six's interest in architecture does not just appear from the commissions, but also from his intervention in the town hall of Amsterdam at the time, the books he possessed and the sketch he made of the country house...

De VOC Loge van Wingurla: 'een prachtig gebouw, het schoonste dat in India te vinden is'

Frans Ambagtsheer & Leo B. Wevers
Wingurla - the present Vengurla - was one of the few Indian trading posts that had a political function apart from its commercial one. Notably its situation - approximately 60 kilometres to the north of Goa - explains the significance of this lodge. Wingurla was the VOC (East India Company) settlement closest to the Portuguese centre of power Goa; during the forties and fifties of the seventeenth century this greatest threat to the VOC could...

De architectuurtekeningen van de kinderen van het Utrechtse Burgerweeshuis

Thomas H. Von Der Dunk
In the Topographical Atlas of the municipal archives of Utrecht there is a unique collection of drawings. They were made by orphan boys from the Reformed orphanage on the responsibility of art teacher Arnoldus Koopman who was employed there from 1766 to 1805. A quarter of the 296 preserved drawings fall under the scope of architecture, of which one-third concerns accurate studies of columns and two-thirds are drawings of stairwells, roof timbers and roof constructions....

Van luxe architectuurtraktaat tot praktische handleiding: de Nederlandse uitgaven van Scamozzi's L'Idea della Architettura Universale

Andrew Hopkins & Arnold Witte
The architecture treatise ‘L'ldea della Architettura Universale’ first appeared in a Dutch translation in 1640, published by Cornelis Danckerts from Amsterdam. This first edition in folio format, abundantly supplied with illustrations and text, only comprised the sixth Book of the treatise, on the subject of the orders of columns. His plan of publishing the whole treatise in a complete translation appears from the journey his son Dancker Danckerts made to Venice in 1655 to buy...

Het stadhuis van Zaandam en het Rechthuis van Westzaan

Thomas H. Von Der Dunk
[No abstract available]

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