Gerrit Rietveld, House Szekely, Bloemendaal, Netherlands,1934
Gerrit Rietveld, House Szekely, Bloemendaal, Netherlands,1934. (view from google)
House Szekely is a single family house, two levels building, designed by Gerrit Rietveld in Bloemendaal in Holland in 1934. The shape of the building is compact and it is all based on using curving lines which support the structure. Masory walls with the help of quaiche pillar, front and relatives are treated with internal white plaster. The roof structure is presented with a pitched roof. The garage and service spaces are inserted in a structure with a single layer.
Bibliographical references :
Rafael García García, Arquitectura moderna en los Países Bajos, 1920-1945
Alexandra Niedermayr, Alexandre Maurel, Martin Charachon, Sonja Schneider (March 2017)