The best classic and modern architecture in The Netherlands, presented in easy to view 360 degree scenes. New projects will be added regularly. All projects can be watched on any device with a web browser. Enhance the experience by going immersive with a VR headset!
A full and official 360 degree project of the new Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen, designed by MVRDV. The building has a unique appearance, and is already famous for…
(2022) Preliminary 360 degree project of Valley, the MVRDV designed residential and office building in Amsterdam. For now just a quick walk-through, but you can already get a good impression of the protruding apartments and pleasant terraces between.
A true “hidden gem”, easily ignored church by Cuypers, who got more fame by designing the Amsterdam Central Station and Rijksmuseum. Unassuming on the outside, but pleasant and clever designed, making the most of the unusual small plot on the narrow Amsterdam alleys.
(1933) A great example of Het Nieuwe Bouwen, closely related with the Van Nelle Factory, with a modern but surprisingly warm colored interior.
(1925-1931) Soon after building (designed by van der Vlugt and Wiebenga) was completed in 1931, Le Corbusier described the factory as “the most beautiful spectacle of the modern age”.
(1928-1931) Town Hall Hilversum (Raadhuis Hilversum) was designed by Dudok to serve as seat of the municipal council of Hilversum in the Netherlands.
(1896-1903) Perhaps Berlage’s most famous building. Discover elements of Neo Roman architecture, as well as Jugendstil, and early examples of Het Nieuwe Bouwen and Amsterdam School.
(1930) A great example of “Nieuwe Bouwen” by Jan Duiker, still functioning as a school. The building is positioned to catch maximum sunshine.
(1928-1931) The estate Zonnestraal is a former sanatorium in Hilversum, the Netherlands. The building was designed by architects Jan Duiker, Bernard Bijvoet and Jan Gerko Wiebenga, and is an example of the Nieuwe Bouwen.
(1923) A pre-brutalist and art-deco mix former broadcasting station, purposely built “in the middle of nowhere” inspired by Egyptian sphinxes.
(1982) No standard furniture fits into these houses designed by Piet Blom in 1978. One of the houses is turned into a museum where the inside can be seen. No standard furniture would fit in.
(2014) An MVRDV designed residential and office building with a market hall underneath and a spectacular decoration.
The “Jeruzalem Church” is a great example of the style of the Amsterdam School. The church was built in the years 1928-1929 and designed by the architect Ferdinand…