Citroën showroom/garage, Amsterdam, Jan Wils, 1930-31.

Citroën showroom/garage, Amsterdam, Jan Wils, In the background of the second picture: the stadium for the 1928 Olympics, also by Jan Wils (with Cornelis van Eesteren).

Jan Wils. Café-Restaurant De Dubbele Sleutel, Woerden, 1918. NAI Collection / WILS 1455. c/o Pictoright Amsterdam 2010.

rudygodinez: “ Jan Wils, De Dubbele Sleutel, In De Dubbele Sleutel, Wils breaks up the building mass into cubic volumes roughly in the form of a pyramid. The horizontal and vertical planes are.

Architects love to design chairs. So did Jan Wils (1891-1972) The esthetics of this oak model from the twenties, show influence of Frank Lloyd Wright-and of course: De Stijl, the Dutch movement to which Wils was loosely associated.

Architects love to design chairs. So did Jan Wils The esthetics of this oak model from the twenties, show influence of Frank Lloyd Wright-and of course: De Stijl, the Dutch movement to which Wils was loosely associated.

Eikenhouten Amsterdamse School stoel met hoge rug en rood stoffen bekleding ontwerp uitvoering mogelijk Jan Wils ca.1925

Botterweg Auctions Amsterdam Oak Amsterdamse School chair with high back and red upholstery design execution possibly Jan Wils / the Netherlands

Jan_Wils_block_of_flats_Jozef_Israëlsplein_The_Hague.jpg (1865×1067)

Jan Wils was a Dutch architect. He was born in Alkmaar and died in Voorburg. Wils was one of the founding members of the De Stijl movement, which also included artists as Piet Mondrian, Theo van Doesburg and Gerrit Rietveld.

Jan Wils, kantoor Olveh, Den Haag 1931-1932

Administration of the insurance company “OLVEH” in The Hague, the Netherlands, by Jan Wils

Jan Wils and Rosendahl, cinema build in 1934

Jan Wils and Rosendahl, cinema build in 1934

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