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Bulletin KNOB, Bulletin KNOB 8 (1907) 1

Bulletin KNOB, Bulletin KNOB 3e serie, zesde jaargang, 1926

Bulletin KNOB, Bulletin KNOB 3e serie, zevende jaargang, 1927

Bulletin KNOB, Bulletin KNOB 3e serie, tiende jaargang, 1930

De wederopbouw van kastelen en buitenhuizen na circa 1600;

Ruud Meischke & Henk J. Zantkuijl
In the beginning of the Dutch war of independence (1568-1648) it was particularly the countryside that suffered. When around 1590 many towns had obtained a new confirmation, the attention for architecture revived again (ill. 1-5). The ornamental roof played an important part in this. It originated in around 1550 by a clear separation between roof and facade by means of a gutter board. The place of the chimney was also given more attention. For a...

Het architectenloze tijdperk. Ambachtslieden en amateurs in de achttiende eeuw

Freek H. Schmidt
In Dutch history of architecture the first half of the eighteenth century is sometimes defined as the 'era without architects'. Prominent architects and building contractors from the second half of the seventeenth century lacked worthy successors, large commissions were not forthcoming and even the wealthiest private individuals put up with 'carpenter's designs'. Work bosses, the heads of large building companies who worked with fixed workshops of craftsmen and artists, dominated the building production and acted...

Hoop gloort. De renaissance van het gebouw van de Nederlandsch-Indische Kunstkring in Batavia (Jakarta)

Pauline K.M. Van Roosmalen
The Art-Society building in Batavia (Jakarta), which was opened in 1914, was designed by P.A.J. Moojen (1879-1955), one of the first professional architects working in the Dutch East Indies. Moojen, who received his training in Antwerp, was one of the founders of a contemporary Indonesian architecture and actively took part in the debate on style and architecture in the twenties. He designed, for instance, a (not realised) building for the Department of Education and Worship...

De restauratie van kasteel De Haar: van droom tot obsessie

Hugo Landheer
In this article the financing of the building process of castle De Haar in the period between 1891 and 1897 is sketched. This period was important because from the various documents it appears that the plans for the restoration became final in those years. From 1895 the object of the work was to enable the baron and baroness to invite their first guests at their new country estate by the summer of 1897. This period...

Onbekend erfgoed in het buitengebied en de voorsteden

Dirk Jan De Vries
As elsewhere in the Netherlands, along the old country roads and waterways at the city entrances Zwolle and Utrecht know suburbs that date back to the Middle Ages. Little is known about the nature of the buildings and - unlike the city centres - hardly any building historical research is being done on this subject. In Utrecht and Amsterdam we found older agricultural buildings in 19th-century urban-development districts. These outlying districts prove to be older...

St. Ludwig, strijd om een monument

Hugo Landheer & Ton Wolswijk
The local-history association Heemkundevereniging Roerstreek (HVR) and the St. Ludwig citizens' committee, with support from various other associations including the Cuypers society, have campaigned for the conservation of St. Ludwig College in the municipality of Roerdalen for years. St. Ludwig College in Vlodrop was founded by Franciscans from the Saxon province. Just as many other religious groups in 1875 they were forced to suspend their activities in Germany. The priests bought a site in the...

Oudegracht 288 in Utrecht: de groei van een middeleeuws koopmanshuis

Sanne Alberts
In 1996 a building-historical study was made of Oudegracht 288. The present building mass was created in three phases. The oldest, one-layer brick phase was dated in approximately 1325, because of the combination of composite joisting and an attic without parapet. No traces of a kitchen fireplace dating from this phase were found, so that it is assumed that a wooden rear annex belonged to it. In the second phase, roughly around 1400, a cellar...

Een monumentale toekomst

Auke Van Der Woud
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Musea anno 1990, veilig en zelfstandig? Musea en de Wet van Murphy

Theo M. Elsing
[No abstract available]

Bij de sloop van de graansilo Korthals Altes in Amsterdam

Dirk Baalman
The granary at the Amsterdam Westerdoksdijk, designed by architect Klinkhamer, recently became out of use by the new destination of the Westerdok area as western emphasis in the new harbour-project. The threatening demolition of the granary is reason to evaluate the introduction of this building type in Holland and the granaries built by Klinkhamer. The horizontal packing up of cereals in warehouses has in Europe and America during the second half of the 19th century...

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