NAi Museum

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Rotterdam / The Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI) is a cultural institute for architecture and urban development, comprising a museum, an archive plus library, and a
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J. London, City of Light Street Plan, 1921.     The City of Light, a utopian state for which J. London designed the street plan and architecture. A plea for the unity of peoples and a memorial to the horrors of the First World War.    1921. NAI Collection, LOND 4

London, City of Light Street Plan, The City of Light, a utopian state for which J. London designed the street plan and architecture. A plea for the unity of peoples and a memorial to the horrors of the First World War.

Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, California - Louis Kahn  Photograph - Bob Trempe via d i s - s e c t i o n

Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, California - Louis Kahn Photograph - Bob Trempe via d i s - s e c t i o n

Louis Kahn (1901-1974)

Louis Kahn working on Fisher House design, 1961 © Louis I. Kahn Collection, University of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission

C. Weeber. Model of the Black Madonna, [2007]. NAI Collection, MAQV 1305. The Black Madonna in The Hague is one of Carel Weeber’s key projects. With what was to become the Netherlands’ most illustrious council flat, he wanted to put a bomb under the prevailing tweeness, and present the epitome of council housing: sober and functional, without frills. The building was demolished in 2007.

C. Weeber. Model of the Black Madonna, [2007]. NAI Collection, MAQV 1305. The Black Madonna in The Hague is one of Carel Weeber’s key projects. With what was to become the Netherlands’ most illustrious council flat, he wanted to put a bomb under the prevailing tweeness, and present the epitome of council housing: sober and functional, without frills. The building was demolished in 2007.

C. Weeber. Model of the Black Madonna, [2007]. NAI Collection, MAQV 1305. The Black Madonna in The Hague is one of Carel Weeber’s key projects. With what was to become the Netherlands’ most illustrious council flat, he wanted to put a bomb under the prevailing tweeness, and present the epitome of council housing: sober and functional, without frills. The building was demolished in 2007.

C. Weeber. Model of the Black Madonna, [2007]. NAI Collection, MAQV 1305. The Black Madonna in The Hague is one of Carel Weeber’s key projects. With what was to become the Netherlands’ most illustrious council flat, he wanted to put a bomb under the prevailing tweeness, and present the epitome of council housing: sober and functional, without frills. The building was demolished in 2007.