Jacobus J. P. Oud, Casetta Semipermanente, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 1923
Jacobus J. P. Oud, Casetta Semipermanente, Rotterdam, Netherlands, from the year of 1923. (view in a google map)
About The architect
Jacobus Johannes Pieter Oud, commonly called J. J. P. Oud (9 February 1890 – 5 April 1963) was a Dutch architect. His fame began as a follower of the De Stijl movement.
About the house
– Structure: building consists of rectangular volumes identified as self-employed, such as boxes aggregated
– Perimeter plan to crocecon arms of different sizes, and also the cruciform chamber entrance, the different interior spaces
– windows are able to open only on the two sides, in the entrance the door only opens , only opening in the rear elevation and the vertical slit closed with colored a stained glass window (corrispodenteal stove pipe)
– The external lining: wooden planks laid at right angles (connection with 45 deg.)
– Rear Facing: abstract composition of three squares (the two sides of the lining and one in the center, plastered fireplace
– Windows that open outwards
• Sennott, R. Stephen (2004). Encyclopedia of 20th Century Architecture. New York: Fitzroy Dearborn.