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Architectural photography is now one of the most important mediums for recording, documenting, communicating and sharing architecture and constructed space. It is able to convey the dimensions and character of a place, as well as the emotions associated with it. An architectural publication would be unthinkable without such images.
This issue of DIVISARE BOOKS
presents Dutch photographer Kim Zwarts
’s photo essay of the residential house and office by architect Jan de Jong
(1917-2001), constructed between 1956 and 1983. Jan de Jong House is one of the most remarkable buildings of the Bossche School-architecture, a movement in Dutch architecture dating from the 1950s to 1970s which has gained wide appreciation both in The Netherlands and internationally. In his own house, Jan de Jong created a timeless architecture characterized by carefully chosen proportions, and based on the theory of ‘the Plastic Number’ developed by the Dutch architect & Benedictine monkDom Hans van der Laan.
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