In this free webinar series, Museum het Schip cooperates with Heritage hands-on, Pusat Dokumentasi Arsitektur and Yayasan Museum Arsitektur Indonesia to explore relationships between the Amsterdam School and Indonesia by inviting heritage experts, historians, architects, curators and artists.
Starting December 1, 2022 through August 27, 2023, Museum Het Schip is presenting an exhibition on the relationship between Indonesia, the former Dutch East Indies, and the Amsterdam School movement.
How has avant-garde architecture developed in the Netherlands over the past hundred years, and what have the residents of "ordinary houses" gained from the -sometimes wild- experiments of the architects? Owing to the success of the first edition in November, Museum Het Schip has scheduled a second screening on the 26th of January.
The Architects of Plan Zuid is a 2 hour long extended guided walking tour offered to groups on request.
As many, we are deeply shocked by the current situation in Ukraine. We are worried about the consequences of the large-scale hostility showed by the Russian politics and army.
- Starting location: Museum De Dageraad
Extended: from 16 April 2021 until 30th of September 2022, Museum De Dageraad will be organising an exhibition and activity programme around the 100th anniversary of the death of Amsterdam's mayor Tellegen.
Amsterdam School Museum The Ship (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) is organizing an extensive international program on garden cities in the following years.
From 19 March to 3 October 2021, Museum Het Schip shows, in cooperation with the RCE and the University of Amsterdam, the art project 'Limitless Content'.
In times of lockdown, Museum Het Schip is still sailing forewards. A traveling exhibition has been developed, which can be shown everywhere. Trips to Japan and Germany are already planned, and few of the panels can be admired at the Erfgoedhuis in Almere.In times of lockdown, Museum Het Schip is still sailing forewards. A traveling exhibition has been developed, which can be shown everywhere. Trips to Japan and Germany are already planned, and few of the panels can be admired at the Erfgoedhuis in Almere.
From 02-11-2021 to 30-10-2022 Museum Het Schip presents an exhibition about the Dutch artist and graphic designer Fré Cohen (1903-1943).
From 8 September 2020 Museum Het Schip will highlight the treasure of his collection: the formal postoffice by Michel de Klerk.
From 6 March 2020 to 29 August 2021, Museum Het Schip presents ‘Bruno Taut: Beyond Fantasy’.
June 23 - September 20 2020
“The Island” is an architectural and urban development project based on imagination.
9 January - 26 February 2020
Exhibition with photographies from the book ‘Stadjerspaleizen’ by Norma van der Horst.
- Starting location: Museum Het Schip
How new forms of cooperative housing can tackle urgent housing challenges in Europe and the Netherlands.
Please download here the program of the symposium.
Annosh Urbanke takes photos of everyday scenes. This could be how the light illuminates a shopping arcade, the bite out of an apple, or the pattern of beer mats in a pub.
1 January - 31 December 2016
In 2016 we celebrate a hundred years of Amsterdam School!
16 February - 1 September 2018
The Public Works Department was the municipal service that, between 1856 and 1980, determined the appearance of Amsterdam to a great extent.
13 June - 21 June 2017
A global celebration of the long tradition of decent, affordable housing for all aiming to generate convincing responses to current and future challenges.
9 May 2019 - 12 January 2020
The former Zonnestraal sanatorium, located on the Hilversum heath, is a unique example of modernist architecture.
6 December 2018 - 4 September 2019
In 2018 we celebrate the 100th birthday of the Dageraad! Visit the exhibition and find out more about this extraordinary housing complex.
The Shipping House (or 'Scheepvaarthuis' in Dutch), is known as one of the first examples of Amsterdam School architecture. Museum Het Schip organizes guided tours on request.
In this extended tour, the guide will focus on the extraordinary visual language of Michel de Klerk.
Treasures of Social Housing is an 1,5 hour extended guided tour given for groups on request.
2 October 2018 - 31 March 2019
Museum Het Schip houses the beautiful exhibition Gaudí and the Amsterdam School.
Discover this beautiful social housing block designed by Michel de Klerk and Piet Kramer.
Admire our permanent exhibition about the Amsterdam School on the first floor of the museum!
One of our professional guides will tell you everything about the Amsterdam School and the history of social housing.