Museum Het Schip
highlights of Amsterdam School architecture
Amsterdam SchoolMuseum Het Schip (The Ship) features three monumental public housing blocks designed by Michel de Klerk. The most expressionist apartment block is popularly known as Het Schip (The Ship). This block is one of the best examples of the Amsterdam School style, an architectural movement of the early 20th century that has enriched Amsterdam with splendid historical neighbourhoods, buildings and bridges.
The museum inside contextualizes the movement's cultural-historical significance. A visit to the carefully designed interior is an unforgettable experience for architecture lovers, and visitors are encouraged to see the restored working class house, as well as De Klerk's world-famous tower!
How to get there?By bus: 22 stop Zaanstraat (last stop)
By tram: 3 stop Haarlemmerpoort (10 minutes walk)
Exhibition in the Stedelijk Museum 09APR2016-28AUG2016
Living in the Amsterdam Schoolthe furniture and interiors from 1910-1930 as designed by the architects, sculptors and designers of the Amsterdam School 〉 Stedelijk Museum
Museum Het SchipSpaarndammerplantsoen 140
Prices are including a guided tour of 45 min