“Is there Art Deco architecture in the Dutch 'Waarden'?” Many people have asked this question in a surprised manner. After the drie Linden foundation from Leerdam took an inventory, the question can be answered with a heartfelt ‘yes’.
A cheerful, full-colour booklet on Art Nouveau and Art Deco (Amsterdam School, The Hague School), De Stijl and New Objectivity in Alblasserwaard, Vijfheerenlanden en Krimpenerwaard. The art movements are vividly described and have been photographed in a remarkable way! A handy booklet for everyone who is interested in non-traditional buildings. The booklet sets an example when it comes clarifying terms about young architecture, so that country or even global architecture can be better understood and recognised.
Perfect for Museums (art-related), Tourist Information Centres (cultural trip), municipalities (monumental value), estate agents (selling buildings), architects and construction companies (restoration, not demolishing!), schools (educational) and of course private organisations that are interested in Art Deco architecture in the Dutch 'Waarden'!
Number of pages: 75