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Van Nelle Factory – Rotterdam, Netherlands

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Building: Van Nelle Factory
Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
Architect: Leendert van der Vlugt, Johannes Brinkman, and Mart Stam
Structural Engineer: J.G. Wiebenga
Completed: 1931

AE Interests: Heavily influenced by Russian constructivism; Described by Le Corbusier as “factory of light”; incorporation of muchroom columns; Constructed of reinforced concrete, steel, and glass.

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Written by Billy Lu

October 22, 2018 at 10:58 am

Posted in Built

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