Michel de Klerk (November 24, 1884, Amsterdam – November 24, 1923, Amsterdam) was a Dutch architect.
He was one of the founding architects of the movement
Amsterdam School. Early in his career he worked for other architects, including Eduard Cuypers. Of his many outstanding designs, very few have actually been built. One of his finest completed buildings is ' Het Schip' (The Ship) in the Amsterdam district of Spaarndammerbuurt.
Amsterdam West [ edit ]
Eigen Haard (Own Hearth), working-class Socialist housing, consisting of three groups of buildings:
(1) Spaarndammerplantsoen, north side (1913–15)
(2) Spaarndammerplantsoen, south side (1915–16)
Het Schip, Zaanstraat / Oostzaanstraat / Hembrugstraat (1917–20)
(1) Spaarndammerplantsoen, north side
(2) Spaarndammerplantsoen, south side
Amsterdam South [ edit ]
De Dageraad (The Dawn), working-class Socialist housing by Michel de Klerk and Piet Kramer (1920–23). The architectural contribution by Michel de Klerk is shown in this article. See also Piet Kramer.
Thérèse Schwartzeplein (Henriette Ronnerplein)
Kramer (m), de Klerk (r)
Facades with sloping lines by Michel de Klerk
Vrijheidslaan, middle-class housing (1921–23)
References [ edit ]
Suzanne S. Frank,
Michel de Klerk 1884-1923 - An Architect of the Amsterdam School, UMI Research Press, Ann Arbor Mich. 1984 Manfred Bock, Sigrid Johanisse & Vladimir Stissi,
Michel de Klerk 1884-1923 - Architect and Artist of the Amsterdam School, NAI Publishers, Rotterdam 1997 Wim de Wit,
The Amsterdam School - Dutch Expressionist Architecture 1915-1930, Rotterdam 1983 Maristella Casciato,
The Amsterdam School, Rotterdam 1996 Joseph Buch,
A Century of Architecture in The Netherlands, NAI Publishers, Rotterdam 1995