On(on)derbrokenAnnosh 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.
In 2016 we celebrate a hundred years of Amsterdam School!
The Public Works Department was the municipal service that, between 1856 and 1980, determined the appearance of Amsterdam to a great extent.
A global celebration of the long tradition of decent, affordable housing for all aiming to generate convincing responses to current and future challenges.
The former Zonnestraal sanatorium, located on the Hilversum heath, is a unique example of modernist architecture.
"Plan Zuid" (urban planning of the South of Amsterdam by architect Berlage) has become world famous because of its special street plan and versatile housing.
German artist, architect and urban designer Bruno Taut (1880 - 1938) is considered to be one of the main figures for expressionism.
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.
From 2 October 2018 till 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 architecture of the Amsterdam School and the history of social housing.