Introduction
Hendrik Petrus Berlage (21 February 1856 – 12 August 1934) was a prominent Dutch architect.
Wikidata
Q318816
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Introduction
Hendrik Petrus Berlage is known as one of the most important renovators of Dutch architecture in the late 19th century. His architectural work emphasizes clarity and purity of the construction emerged. Unity and harmony of the overall design is a result of Berlage's involvement in not just the design of his buildings, but also involvement in the interior decoration. Buildings include De Nederlanden van 1845, Heymans House, Den Haag Municipal Museum, and the Amsterdam Commodoties Exchange (his most known work highlighting Rationalism style).
Nationality
Dutch
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Architect, Urban Planner, Designer, Writer, Industrial Designer
Names
Hendrik Petrus Berlage, Hendrikus Petrus Berlage, H. P. Berlage
Ulan
500010705
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