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Van Nelle Factory, Rotterdam, 1923-1930. Architect- J.A. Brinkman and L.C. van…

Van Nelle Factory, Rotterdam, 1923-1930. Architect- J.A. Brinkman and L.C. van…

This unique factory built in 1931, is the monument of Dutch modernism. Renown around the globe for its progressive design, that gives new meaning to air, light and space in architecture.

This unique factory built in 1931, is the monument of Dutch modernism. Renown around the globe for its progressive design, that gives new meaning to air, light and space in architecture.

{aerial photo} | Stephan Zirwes

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{aerial photo} | Stephan Zirwes

GARGANTA by jrej www.gregoirec.com, via Flickr

GARGANTA by jrej www.gregoirec.com, via Flickr

Closer to shade we're going for? Darker/nighttime. Keep in mind warm light coming from practicals.

Closer to shade we're going for? Darker/nighttime. Keep in mind warm light coming from practicals.

Rotterdam van Nelle fabriek

Rotterdam van Nelle fabriek

Boulogne-Billancourt, la moderniste

Boulogne-Billancourt, la moderniste

Haut lieu de l'architecture moderne, la ville des Hauts-de-Seine a su préserver son passé tout en embrassant l'avenir avec passion. Visite guidée en images...

Industrial photography architecture home by LightReadingPhotos, $150.00

Industrial photography architecture home by LightReadingPhotos, $150.00

Rooftop Racetrack: 1928 “The Lingotto building, Turin, Italy, once housed a Fiat factory. Built between 1916 and 1923, the design had five floors, raw materials going in at the ground floor, and cars built on a line that went up through the building. Finished cars emerged at rooftop level, where there was a rooftop test track. It was the largest car factory in the world at the time. Le Corbusier called it “one of the most impressive sights in industry”, and “a guideline for town planning”.”

Rooftop Racetrack: 1928 “The Lingotto building, Turin, Italy, once housed a Fiat factory. Built between 1916 and 1923, the design had five floors, raw materials going in at the ground floor, and cars built on a line that went up through the building. Finished cars emerged at rooftop level, where there was a rooftop test track. It was the largest car factory in the world at the time. Le Corbusier called it “one of the most impressive sights in industry”, and “a guideline for town planning”.”

Van Nelle, Rotterdam

Van Nelle, Rotterdam

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