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Headquarters and social centre of the Association for the Interests of Naval Personnel (Militaire Belangenvereniging
van Beroepsschepelingen bij de Zeevaart, or VBZ; now part of the Dutch Union for Defence Personnel VBM | NOV)
on Prins Hendriklaan, Den Helder, Netherlands. Bernard Bijvoet, 1956-1959.





VBZ headquarters and social centre on Prins Hendriklaan, Den Helder, Netherlands. Bernard Bijvoet, 1956-1959.
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VBZ headquarters and social centre on Prins Hendriklaan, Den Helder, Netherlands. Bernard Bijvoet, 1956-1959. Detail under the raised ground floor: horse clinkers (a type of paving brick) with brushed joints.
photo Ronald Zoetbrood  

 

 

 

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(left to right) Tine Andriessen, Nico Andriessen (the later architect), the Dutch composer Hendrik Andriessen,
and Bernard Bijvoet in Zandvoort aan Zee, Netherlands, 1925.

 

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Small block of flats built as part of the Lighthouse postwar reconstruction plan (Vuurtorenplan), Katwijk aan Zee, Netherlands. Bernard Bijvoet and Gerard Holt, 1945-1956.
View from the lighthouse.

 

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Small block of flats built as part of the Lighthouse postwar reconstruction plan (Vuurtorenplan), Katwijk aan Zee, Netherlands. Bernard Bijvoet and Gerard Holt, 1945-1956.
View from the boulevard.

 

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Small block of flats built as part of the Lighthouse postwar reconstruction plan (Vuurtorenplan), Katwijk aan Zee, Netherlands. Bernard Bijvoet and Gerard Holt, 1945-1956.

 

Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin. Ballroom (now demolished),
Koningin Astrid Boulevard, Noordwijk aan Zee, Netherlands.
Bernard Bijvoet, 1950.
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Small blocks of flats on Prins Hendrikstraat and Jolinkstraat,
Hook of Holland, Netherlands.
Bernard Bijvoet and Gerard Holt, 1948-1951
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Small blocks of flats in Hook of Holland, Netherlands.
Bernard Bijvoet and Gerard Holt, 1948-1951
photo Ronald Zoetbrood  

 

 

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Small blocks of flats on Graswinckelstraat in the Rotterdam district of Klein Polder West.
Bernard Bijvoet and Gerard Holt, 1946-1950.
After the Second World War, the Netherlands was plagued by severe shortages of housing and of building materials.
These dwellings were constructed monolithically using no-fines concrete.

 

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Small blocks of flats on Graswinckelstraat, Klein Polder West, Rotterdam.
Bernard Bijvoet and Gerard Holt, 1946-1950. Detail.

 

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Flats on Schout van Groenewegenstraat,
Klein Polder West, Rotterdam. Bernard Bijvoet and Gerard Holt, 1946-1950.

 

La Maison d'Aujourd'hui
Single-family dwellings (‘maisons individuelles’). Villadorp Kijkduin (luxury housing estate near the North Sea beach), The Hague.
Bernard Bijvoet and Johannes Duiker, 1922-1923.
The original estate consisted of 133 dwellings on Duinlaan, Meer en Boslaan, Scheveningselaan and Wijkselaan. A large part of the estate was damaged by bombs during the Second World War and later pulled down.

 

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Residential neighbourhood, Velsen Noord, Netherlands. Bernard Bijvoet and Gerard Holt, 1945-1951.
Shortly after the Second World War, the Urgency Plan adopted by Velsen Housing Association provided for the
construction of 220 single-family dwellings, old people’s dwellings and duplexes. The neighbourhood is bounded by
Wijkeroogstraat and Heirweg and includes Meerweidelaan, Geelvinckstraat, Schoonoortstraat
and Ladderbeekstraat.

This photo shows Pancrasplantsoen. .

 

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Residential neighbourhood, Velsen Noord, Netherlands.
Bernard Bijvoet and Gerard Holt, 1945-1951. Heirweg.

 

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Residential neighbourhood, Velsen Noord, Netherlands.
Bernard Bijvoet and Gerard Holt, 1945-1951.
Schoonoortstraat.

 

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Private residence for A. Suermondt on Stommeerkade 64, Aalsmeer, Netherlands.
Bernard Bijvoet and Johannes Duiker, 1924.

 

De Karenhuizen, home for the aged, on Krelagestraat, Alkmaar, Netherlands. Bernard Bijvoet and Johannes Duiker, 1917-1919. This was the winning design in an architectural competition on the theme ‘Sun II’.
photo Ronald Zoetbrood  

 

De Karenhuizen, home for the aged, on Krelagestraat, Alkmaar, Netherlands. Bernard Bijvoet and Johannes Duiker, 1917-1919. Garden gate.
photo Ronald Zoetbrood  

 

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De Karenhuizen, home for the aged, on Krelagestraat, Alkmaar, Netherlands. Bernard Bijvoet and Johannes Duiker, 1917-1919.

 

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Chemist’s shop, front and interior, in Zandvoort aan Zee, Netherlands, Bernard Bijvoet and Johannes Duiker, 1925

 

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